Developer & flytyer
I have worked for 15 years as a web developer in Oslo, working on Learning Management System, APIs, identity, leading department and teams, b2b and crunching data in the datalab.
Flytying is my passion.
As a developer I have worked through all layers: from backend development to leading large (and small) teams. Thrive in backend logic and making sense of data.
I believe in using the right tools and not rely on the (currently) highest rated language or application. A pragmatic developer working in a realistic world.
Developer at Oslo Origo - building a dataplatform to let the municipality share data and create services for the people living in Oslo
Technology: Python, Kotlin, aws
B2B developer for one of the largest importers of flyfishing gear in Europe (Simms, Scott, ww-l)
Technology: Node.js, mongo, aws, Preact
Developer on a newly started datalab that was set up to make sense of telco data. Joined Division X and was development manager for the Norwegian branch.
Technology: Pig, aws, Kafka, data-harvesting in whatever language and backend that was needed
Backend developer on one of the largest ID and login systems in Norway.
Technology: PHP, MySQL
Developer, team lead and development manager on a Learning Management System
Technology: PHP, MySQL
I develop and run several sites dedicated to flytying & flyfishing, all are written and developed by myself
A index over past and present flytying hooks: with a search and pictures of hooks against the same background it makes it easier to see differences and similarities between hooks from different producers.
A site dedicated to preserving historic fly patterns from early flytying books
My personal flyfishing/flytying blog with updates related to the sites I run and new patterns I have tied up.
A aggregated list of the latest blog posts from many flytying/fishing related sites.
My passion is flyting and fishing: I run several sites dedicated to the topic and spending time on the vise is meditation in the developer-centric world I have at work.
There is no style I don't tie, a pragmatic flytyer with a keen interest in the historic values: the patterns, history and craftmanship.
We need to maintain the tradition in order to keep it alive and be able to move forward