Hey there, as you probably have guessed by now, I’m Nik. I’m a software development lead and architect by day, musician and philosopher by night. I enjoy clean and effective code, good food, classic rock, and books by Albert Camus.
At Synqrinus, I conceive of, design, and lead a team of developers to create both internal automation tools, as well as client-facing software products. I have a strong emphasis in understanding the business objectives before delving into a project, as well as focus on delivering high-quality, clean, maintainable code. Some of the projects at Synqrinus I have led include:
I’ve also thoroughly enjoyed hiring and mentoring new developers. Teaching Clojure is a passion.
In short, I’m a tech lead that knows how to get his hands dirty, and how to get software projects done on time and on budget.
I’m the founder and an organizer of the annual non-profit conference. You can find out more about the actual event at the official website.
I’m currently living in Toronto, Canada. I’m willing to work and collaborate on projects remotely.
Of course! Shoot me an email and we can take it from there.
I’m available on a consultation or part-time basis. I work on a per-project fee or pro-bono for non-profit/charity and open-source projects.
In no particular order…