What I do
I am a freelance web developer and consultant with over 10 years of experience. I build web applications mainly using Ruby on Rails.
Through consultations with my clients I help them define their requirements and execute it from start to finish. If required I can also help assemble and lead a team of web professionals.
For more information (about my availability, rates, estimates, etc.) or if you’d like to hire me you can contact me.
At the moment I maintain an Icebergist blog (a.k.a. Orange Iceberg blog) in which I write about both technical and business stuff I deal with daily. From Ruby on Rails programming to time organizing, everything that’s important in my daily work.
I also have a small tumble log called “this should be interesting” where I post small bits of information which I find useful or interesting.
If you are really into tracking me, you should check my Twitter feed where I ramble daily (unless I am to lazy or too busy to do so).
Open Coffee Club Novi Sad
In 2007 I started organizing a local Open Coffee Club in Novi Sad. Open Coffee Club meetings are informal gatherings for web professionals where we can exchange opinions and talk about latest tech stuff.
So far my involvement with Open Source was limited to submitting bug reports and adding some translations (for example for Rails Localization plugin L10n-simplified). But I am working on changing that, so watch this space.