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I'm Richard Lenkovits, a...
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ready to get work done for you!

The things

we could

create..!?

How many developers does it take to change a light bulb?

front-end + back-end + dev-ops = 3?

Think again.

The things

we could

create..!?

Meet The Fixer...

skills

Everything that's dynamic on a site is JavaScript. I'm here for you to tackle this powerful, and sometimes weird technology.

JAVASCRIPT|

React is the latest trend in front-end. I'm using this great technology to build fast and interactive web applications!

REACT|

Sass is the css preprocessor that gives me the power of modularization and interpolation, to create scalable and non redundant styles!

SASS|

Python is my favorite programming language, that I love to use for personal tinkering, it's the most powerful general purpose language right now.

PYTHON|

Flask is a simple lightweight web application framework that helps to turn my python projects into simple web apps.

FLASK|

Amazon has this enormous cloud based tool set, where we can manage servers and services, like E2C, S3, and so on.

AWS|

One of the most popular languages, Java is my tool to tinker with Android applications.

JAVA|

Groovy is a script language for the Java platform, that is great for DSL creation. I use it to define jobs and configuration for Jenkins.

GROOVY|

Jenkins is a Java based, open source automation engine, with a great and intuitive UI, which can manage all our automated tasks.

JENKINS|

Used to be the 'duckt tape of the internet', Perl is an older but powerful language - which I encounter mostly when maintaining old applications.

PERL|

Apache Ant, gnu make, Bazel, C, C++, Django, postgreSQL, Babel, Webpack, ruby, VIM, Netlify, Contentful, Wordpress, hammer and nail, pencil, scissors...

ELSE|

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Check out my blog at dev.to or simply write a mail.