I’m a guy from Sweden born in the year 1994. In the year 2017, I got my bachelor of science degree in computer science. I’ve worked as a supervisor and lab assistant at Malardalen University for several years in the courses:
- Programming (in C) (2016-2018)
- Introduction to computer science (2014-2017)
- Data structures, algorithms and program design (2014-2017)
- Programming Mobile Applications (2017)
I’ve also worked at ABB. First I had a summer job at ABB Robotics Order (2015) and then a summer job at ABB Corporate Research (2016). This year I’ll work there yet again as an industrial cloud R&D developer (2018).
Some of my history
I grew up in Gothenburg, the second largest city in Sweden. At a young age, I started playing around with computers and I tried out programming for the first time when I was 12 years old. I started learning C/C++ by watching youtube tutorials and reading about it online, my supportive parents saw my passion for it and even bought me a book about it.
When I was 15 I did my first small game using C++ and SDL (Simple DirectMedia Layer). When I was 16 I had PRAO which is a thing in Sweden where school kids try out to work at a company. At this practice job, I was tasked with doing a small 3D program in SDL/OpenGL. I completed this task in about 1 week (which was the duration of the PRAO).
At age 16-19 I studied the science program at Hvitfeldtska high school. There I learned a lot of math and science related subjects, and also a bit of C++ and Java programming. I also took several courses in music and psychology just for the fun of it.
After high school, I immediately started to study Computer Science at Mälardalen University. There I learned a lot of different stuff including programming in a wide array of languages, writing reports, using, combining and creating data structures and algorithms, software development, computer graphics, sketching and a lot more.
Now I study the master’s programme at Mälardalen University and during my last year, I’ll go on an exchange program to Åbo university in Finland. Of this, you’ll be able to read more in my NISS-blog.