Oscar Wendelin Berg

Software Developer & leader

I am a generalist software developer, architect and leader with broad interest in development of products, workflows and tools.

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For the past 9 years I've been in leadership positions and part of growing a company from 5 to 100 employees.

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Since starting within IT in 2004 I've dealt mostly with games development and web, but I've figured that it does not matter what I do. The fun lies in the creation process.

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I have good understanding of the fundamentals of the modern software development setup including VCSs, package managers, artifact managers and registries, build systems etc.

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I like the overall DevOps concepts of value streams and finding good ways of visualizing and automating the regular flow of work.

I enjoy fiddling with Node.js and trying to keep up in the fast-moving JavaScript community.

I have spent a lots of time in a love/hate relationship with Jenkins and it's myriad of plugins.

I have a decent understanding of cloud. I've seen the light in the configuration tunnel (embraced IaC principles with Serverless Framework, CloudFormation templates, Ansible playbooks and more).

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"Defer commitment" is my favorite Lean principle. Architect your solution so that fewer commitments are irreversible. Defer commitment on irreversible decisions to the latest point possible.

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I believe that rules are meant to be broken understood and followed if and when they make sense and auto tested in any way possible.

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I prefer working with Unix-like operating systems. Linux for back-end/cloud, MacOS for front-end.

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I've made countless poor decisions and solutions that did not survive the test of time (but hopefully a few good ones too).

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For a detailed CV, feel free to get in touch via email or LinkedIn.

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