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Self-taught iOS Developer. Coding since 2016.


As an experienced iOS developer with a proven track record since 2017, I have a passion for creating innovative and efficient mobile applications. My diverse background spans across various industries, from startups to banking, where I’ve consistently delivered high-quality solutions.

Professional Experience:

  • Poirot – Inventory Management App: As the solo iOS developer, I built an app from scratch to streamline inventory processes for bars and restaurants, enhancing efficiency and accuracy.
  • Speakly – Language Learning App: In a new startup, I took on an existing project, adding new features, maintaining the codebase, and developing the entire DevOps pipeline for the iOS platform.
  • Swedbank – Banking Sector: Collaborated with a team of developers on a major banking app, focusing on both new feature development and maintaining existing functionalities.
  • invendor – Current Role: Leading the iOS development for a startup that assists manufacturers and distributors with Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) systems. I am the sole iOS developer, responsible for building the project from the ground up.

Key Skills:

  • Full-Cycle App Development: Expert in building robust iOS applications from scratch, ensuring high performance and user-friendly interfaces.
  • Feature Implementation: Skilled in adding innovative features and maintaining code integrity for ongoing projects.
  • DevOps for iOS: Proficient in setting up and managing the DevOps pipeline to streamline development and deployment processes.
  • Collaboration and Leadership: Experience working both independently and as part of a team, demonstrating strong problem-solving and project management abilities.

I am passionate about leveraging my skills to build impactful applications that solve real-world problems. I’m always eager to take on new challenges and collaborate with innovative teams to drive success.

About me

In my free time I like to create my own apps and learn new technologies by doing that.

Since I’ve got into university and got a job offer at the same time, I’ve decided to concentrate all my efforts on the job part, and dropped out of the university (at least for now). But that doesn’t mean that I don’t like education! I just decided that I will educate myself. Thanks to the internet it is more possible than ever. I have a lot of books with tutorials on iOS development and not only. And I’m constantly learning something new and trying to improve my skills as a developer.

Outside of software development I like to read books, watch good movies, walk and pump some iron in the gym. And yeah.. video games if I have time for that (unfortunately not so often these days).

I love to create cool and useful apps.