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My name is Emil Moe I was born 30 years ago in
Denmark. I speak native Danish, fluently English
and have an under-standing for Spanish.
Besides my passion for travel-ling and experiencing the world I am also a full time educated and self taught web developer.
I have many years experience maintaining existing websites for clients and their databases as well as the server. I believe it's as an important part of a product as the product itself, as an unmaintained product rapidly feels abandoned. When doing maintenance it's necessary that the clients and users won't experience any or only a minor downtime.
In my years at The University of Aarhus I have been working with direct customer support, both face to face, email and phone support. Furthermore I have been working we various web implementations where it was crucial part of the product to be user friendly. See my portfolio for examples like Eduroam.
My many years in the business almost from the beginning has given me a wide array of skills,
that stretches to almost any aspect in the development cycle.
Laravel has for more than 2 years been my number one framework of choice when it comes to PHP, it's flexibility and scalability means there are almost no limits for what can be done. I have been working in all areas of the Laravel framework.
Through time I have been serving different sites and blogs on the Wordpress platform. I am experienced in writing plugins, tweaks and of course changes to the platform itself.
Through increasingly writing more complex application in more advanced PHP frameworks the need for a frontend framework is also present. My choice when the complexity meets the necessity has been AngularJS and more recently Vue.js.
For smaller projects or when requirements defines it jQuery or the build-in Vanilla framework won't be a dealbreaker.
For almost any application it needs to have a set of data accessible. My choice has for many years been MySQL and recently MariaDB, though it has the same syntax. I have been doing almost anything with MySQL related to developing web application including optimizing for websites with more than 100,000 visitors per day.
As I was starting out in a very young age making my first websites, these needed a place and I also became curious how this was working. This led me to rent my own dedicated servers to experience and exercise server configuration. A decade later I now feel very confident in managing my and others servers.
Nowadays it's hard not to have to writing application co-working with APIs it can either be internal JSON APIs or external. I have been working with many different but to name a few is social APIs such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and so on.
I was doing web scraping, data mining and combining these into uniform datasets long before it became a buzzword as I wanted to test my technical skills solely for fun.
Some of my recent works
I made a web based app for Dallas University, Texas, that displays where the free parking spots on campus are located.
I made a web application to manage part time employees' working hours and schedule. The app is target to automate the logistics.
In 2011 a friend and I decided to make a fast ad free image hosting service serving bulletin boards. We reached 40,000 users daily.
For Aarhus University I made in 2016 an extension to their Blackboard which allow statistics to be shown inside Blackboard in Pivot Tables.
In 2004 I was assigned by UNI-C to make a Java application that would allow them to measure the running time of existing codebase.
A plugin made for Aarhus University for displaying survey questions to students within Blackboard.
A website for therapist Claire Negers practice. I made the entire website with a backend CMS so she can edit all texts and add pages as she wish.
A website for musician Peter Deleuran to show off his 2 recordings.
Landing page for every student and employee as well as guests on The University of Aarhus which explains them how to connect to the various wireless networks.
Aarhus University needed an internal knowledge base, also known as a wiki. I made a Media Wiki with custom extensions and set it up complete with hosting and backup facilities.