I work as a software developer on day and on my spare time I would like to try out how freelancing feels like.
I take code quality seriously. I don't accept bad code or hacks but instead want to deliver working and tested code. I always want to understand why something needs to be done and I believe that by communicating regularly with the team and customer everybody saves time.
I've done programming with different paradigms such as imperative, functional and frp (functional reactive programming). I'm not afraid of learning new technology...