I've been interested in technology for many years and I'm not focused only at programming. My apps are even running at production lines in big companies, or I can just help you with your homework.
I was member of programming group "GymGeek" at my school, where we are creating hardware toys. Sometimes for fun, sometimes to show that things could be used in completelly different way than manufacterer meant. We are often invited to developer confereces, so you could already seen me at LinuxDays, PyConCZ, DevConf, PyconSK or JobsDev.
Now, I'm an active member of student's club Silicon Hill, where I'm not only elected student's representative at my block, but I also spend a lot of time at project AVC.SH, where I'm interested mainly in video and lightning.
What started as hobby is now my main area of focus - almost all the programming I do now is in Python 3. And I love pipenv too!
Pack app into Docker container, make automatic CI/CD, setup VPN or break nginx configuration? I can do DevOps as well!
Although I like Python, sometimes I write simple Bash scripts to simplify or automate some workflows.
I'm able to design and manage computer networks, wheter it is small company network, or covering problematic areas with Wi-Fi signal. I like to use OpenWRT, MikroTik, or Cisco.
Though it's not my primary focus, I do HTML5, CSS3, JS and PHP and I'm able to develop responzive websites.
I'm able to program PLC used for controlling industry machines, or small microcontrollers like Arduino, ESP or others, in Python or C++. I also have experiences with controlling machines using microcoputers like Raspberry Pi.
For many years I was developing WPF desktop applications in C#. Mine apps were used mostly in industry, where they are also controlling specific hardware at production lines.
My knowledge in the world of technology goes much further and I'm still learning. Miracles while waiting, impossible within a week!