I'm a self-taught web developer, highly motivated individual, with 4 years of experience. I have a passion for web development, design and new web technologies. Currently contributing to the Open Source community and also building Ethereum DApps.
Frontend Developer | Apr, 2019 – Current
Aragon Black is the third full-team of the Aragon project taking part in its fight for freedom and full decentralization.
Aragon Black is the banner below which the Pando team has gathered to continue developing a decentralized VCS enabling coordination and the rise of new collaborative projects, to carry the Aragon manifesto’s values and finally to help in creating Aragon applications allowing human autonomy.
Frontend Developer | Nov, 2018 – Current
Full Stack Developer | Mar, 2018 – Dec, 2018
Giveth is a non-profit organisation in the Ethereum space that is trying to build a transparent donation platform for Decentralized Altruistic Communities. I've been contributing to the projects listed below.
Frontend Developer | Jun, 2018 – Oct, 2018
"A suite of aragonOS apps that includes allocation, range voting, issue curation, and other planning tools so DAOs can collectively budget and design custom reward & bounty systems." - This project is a collaboration between people from Giveth and Space Decentral.
Full Stack Developer | Jul, 2018 – Oct, 2018
A website that curates signals which can be used to get an overview of the overall Ethereum community and its health. I've written everything from scratch using React, styled-components and Next.js.
Full Stack Developer | Sep, 2017 – Dec, 2017
- David Kofoed Wind (CEO of Peergrade)
"I worked with Deam at Peergrade where he was a full-stack developer working as part of our product team. Deam worked on introducing a range of new features into our React-based app, both in the back-end and in the front-end. He worked as a part of a team and participated in defining and developing features, testing, optimizing and refactoring. Deam was easy to communicate with, a fast and efficient learner and overall a very talented developer."
Lightweight state management for React and Inferno
This project is one of my proudest and also reaches above 100 stars on Github. It's an alternative to Redux and provides a very simple interface for React state management. I've written an introductory blog post about how it works but check out its Github page for more.
Various transpilation targets