As a kid I always wanted to be an inventor, but I soon realized that building software was kind of the same thing, without all the hardware cost. This allowed me to try new things in a rapid pace which suits me fine. I started to build small game mods before stepping up to building websites and smaller desktop applications.
I have evolved from being a mostly technical developer to becoming someone who always tries to understand what the application I'm building is meant to solve. Helping customers to improve upon their ideas and workflow is something that gives me immense joy. I'm always looking for the adrenaline rush that comes from being in the perfect "flow", be it when programming or shaping ideas.
This doesn't mean that I've stopped being a programmer at heart. I would call myself a full-stack developer as I build everything from the data storage, to business logic and front end. I'm at my happiest when I'm allowed to build custom applications where I can use and hone my skills. However, if I had to choose I would say that front end and mobility are my passions.
When I'm not developing you can probably find me doing something adrenaline related, such as snowboarding, riding motorcycles or driving fast cars.