Freelancer, web developer and consultant
After my study at the international Fontys university in Venlo, Netherland (degree course: ‚software engineering‘) I have gained a lot of experience at the travel community trivago.de. In the following years I have worked for different large media service providers, in the range of web development.
During this time I have trained a team of developers with the handling of the in-house CMS in Dubai, UAE.
Since 2009 I am a freelancer in web development (frontend and backend).
In the role as programmer with close customer contact I was responsible for numerous, succesful launches of web pages of well-known companies and internet platforms.
Further, for more than 1.5 years I have worked as an external consultant, predominantly as frontend developer in the business unit Products & Innovations at Deutsche Telekom AG. I was responsible for the revision of the customer self-care centre and afterwards for the new development of a customer self-care centre app on an independent platform in a SCRUM team. In addition, I was part of a later follow-up project regarding further development as well as know-how transfer relating to Nearshorings.
In order to extend the multilingualism of the largest trading facility for internet domains, sedo.de, I supported the team of developers in Cologne for a soon launch of the Chinese and Portuguese-Brazilian market in year 2013. The daily project meetings of the agile team were coordinated from Boston, USA.
Since 2014 I support the world leader in graphic pen tablets Wacom by improving the official Wacom eStore (since 2016 a global Wacom eStore was relaunched). I also create email marketing campaigns (B2B, B2C) and promo landingpages such as the internet blog.
I am an OXID eSales certified engineer (professional and enterprise edition) and use the shopsoftware and enterprise ecommerce solutions of OXID eSales for implementation of professional, customer-specific internet shops. The PHP shop system is based on leading Open Source technology and will be developed continously.
Due to my long-term experience with content management systems I am convinced that the Open Source CMS SilverStripe of the same-named New Zealand software house is an future-proof alternative for your internet page. The simple and clear handling for editors highlights this software.
Webshops, Content Management Systems, mobile development as well as individual intranet/internet solutions.