Trifork A/S is a small software house who do consultancy work as well as full time projects for our customers. We focus on highly complex projects primarily in the healthcare and financial sector, and we often use new and upcoming technologies like .NET 3.0 and Ruby (before it went mainstream). Primary development languages are Java and C#, and the company is well known for hosting the JAOO conference, for its P4 profiler and T4 application server, and for using and teaching Scrum.
- January 2009 and forward : I agreed to do some analysis and initial development on a new project, of which I cannot disclose anything. But it involves OpenGL and WebKit. Both WebKit and the software I am developing is written in C++, and that gave me a rare chance to brush up on a language I haven’t touched for some years; I have a kind of love/hate relationship with that language. Besides, I also got the chance to do some research into WebKit – which is a peculiar, and sometimes frustrating, experience since nothing is documented.
- August 2007 – January 2009 : I have been relocated to another project in the financial sector as a developer. This project is also for an external customer. Besides assisting their own development team with the Scrum process, architecture and technological advices, we also function as regular developers alongside their own team.
- April 2007 – July 2007 : I worked on a project we are developing for the Danish Mortgage Deed Exchange.
Kamstrup A/S is a company that makes system solutions for energy metering with about 40 offices around the globe, but the headquarters and main production site is located in Denmark.
I worked there from June 2005 to March 2007 as a developer and architect.
This was my own “company”, and i had it for 8 months alongside my work at Kamstrup A/S. During that time i made small development projects for a few companies in the United States, as well as a database design project for Velfac A/S – a large danish company who designs and manufactures advanced window systems.
CSC Scandihealth A/S
CSC Scandihealth A/S is a division of CSC world wide. It is software house that focuses on health care solutions primarily for the danish hospitals and labs, and has more than 25 years of experience with that.
- November 2004 – May 2005 : system developer on a medication system – a web based system written in C# (.NET 1.1 and ASP.NET). You can read a white paper about it here (PDF in danish)
- June 2003 – October 2004 : system developer and system application architect on the next generation of clinical systems. My role was to make proof-of-concepts on the new technologies we used, but primarily – in cooperation with 2 other architects and the chief architect – to design and implement a large framework for the client. The system is written in Java (J2SE and J2EE) on top of Oracle Healthcare Transaction Base. Oracle cooperated closely with us during the development of this. You can read about CSC Clinical Suite here. It is in danish but some articles are in english too.
- May 2001 – May 2003 : system developer and responsible for maintenance and development of a client written in C++. The client uses a mainframe as a backend server.
- June 2002 – February 2003 : while working on the aforementioned client i worked with a core group with the task of rewriting the same client in C#. The .NET framework was just released and the new client was meant to replace the old one written in C++.
- January 2000 – April 2001 : worked as a developer on an electronic patient record system, with core resposibilities mainly in the medication module and the frameworks. This project gave me extensive knowledge of SQL servers.
Job descriptions in detail
Here you can download a more thorough description of the roles i have had in different project. At the moment they are only in danish but i will translate them at some point.