My first interaction with code was on the Commodore 64 where simple commands were needed to start up games.
Starting in 1993, my dad bought a 133 Mhz PC. I would spend many days on it after school drawing, designing and exploring the tech.
I started going on the internet regularly in 1994. I would often try to figure out how random websites were made.
I created my first website with the help from my dad. It was filled with gif animations.
I trained at Vejle Idrætshøjskole to teach sports and languages. During the stay I also took a course on making websites.
I climbed Kilimanjaro, taught kids in Iringa, Tanzania and backpacked through South Africa.
I built my first serious website called Documentary Storm.
I studied HTML, CSS, JS, SQL, PHP and web design.
I travelled through Asia.
I became a freelance web designer and developer.
I studied to become a multimedia designer and learned new techniques I could use for building websites.
I got a steady job as a lead front end developer at a web bureau.
I'm back to freelancing and continuously learning ways to improve myself as a full-stack developer.