I started my career as a software engineer about 7 years ago. I've tried some programming languages and tech stacks, both back-end, and front-end.
Even though the scope of software and web development is broad, I was primarily focused on back-end development. However, recently I have also started learning more about front-end technologies and designing clean, minimalistic, and modern UI interfaces.
I love creating back-ends that are on the bleeding edge of technology, that work reliably, and are highly scalable.
I have enjoyed using microservices to create enterprise web applications, including:
- Customer Support Portal
- User Dashboard
- Ecommerce Order Fulfillment Services
- Human Resources Portal
- Usage Reporting Services
- M2M IoT Platform
I am also enjoying making simple web pages like the ones on this website. So, what tools did I use for creating this website?
- Tailwind CSS
Designing user interfaces is something I want to get into in the long term. While I have been doing back-end design for a while now, I have not been able to fully express myself in my creations simply due to the fact that I did not know how to do UI/UX design and develop a front-end interface.
Doing UI/UX design alongside back-end development will finally allow me to create the best possible and complete user experiences.
The biggest challenge thereafter will be finding the balance between creating a great user interface and an amazing user experience.
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