Born in the early eighties and got hooked on
technology around '93 when I got a Intel 486
with Windows 3.1 to play around with. A
couple of years later Linux found it's way
into my life and since then I've been
tinkering with the bits and pieces that
Unix systems have been a passion to me ever since. I like reading about Unix history, software development, the open source movement and so forth. Between may 2012 and may 2013 I was a board member of The Linux Society of Sweden.
I write code in various languages for both fun and profit. It all started out with some simple Bash script and then went on to more complex things. I still consider myself as a learner though. You can find all my projects on GitHub.
My own companies
This company started out in 2010 as a hobby of mine. In the beginning CyberInfo mostly offered Mumble servers and webhosting for gaming communities. By the start of 2016 the hobby was reformed as a real business. CyberInfo is continuing the Mumble servers and webhosting solutions but also expanding into consulting, development and education. Nowdays the company do both hardware and software solutions.
getDevNull This is a company I run together with a good friend of mine from the Linux System Specialist class. We develop products for small companies.
This one is a really fun project of mine. It's a site that gathers interests rates from different swedish banks and compares the rates.