This is what I do.

Startup founder, software engineer, speaker, author. Helping people embrace programming since 2017.

A word or two about me

Currently a Senior Developer Advocate at the biggest Headless BI tool for building data apps called Cube.

My passion is teaching. I’ve taught JavaScript, DevOps, and Serverless topics at various venues. But, one place will always be special. The in Sarajevo is where I give back to my community in Sarajevo. My love for teaching was channeled into creating the first online learning startup in my home city of Sarajevo called which is still active today.

Recently I published my first eBook “Node.js Monitoring: The Complete Guide”. Check it out!

I’m a published author with an online video course about learning “Serverless JavaScript by Example”.

I spent two years as the campsite leader in my local @freeCodeCamp community before handing the torch over younger members. It’s their time to shine.

I’m a passionate reader, down to earth writer, with several published articles in the largest tech publications on the Internet, including freeCodeCamp, HackerNoon, and

My Toolbox

JavaScript is my language of choice. I’ve been creating full-stack JavaScript software for nearly five years. The most life changing event in my life was getting introduced to Node.js, and of course reading “Eloquent JavaScript” from cover to cover. This can only outweigh the moment I started exploring serverless architectures. Now, people keep calling me an influencer in the field of serverless. I still don’t know how to feel about this.

Core tools

  • JavaScript
  • Nodejs
  • Express
  • MongoDB
  • AWS
  • Linux
  • DevOps
  • Serverless
  • MySQL
  • AngularJS
  • Gulp
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Sass
  • Hugo


Advanced JavaScript implementations and algorithms. Functional programming, Node.js best practices, TDD. Generally writing clean code. Creating scalable clusters and reliable CI/CD pipelines.

Available for

As a Developer Advocate, and speaker, I get in touch with a lot of people who are in need of a mentor. Most of them just need someone to talk to about code. Don’t we all? Feel free to shoot me a tweet or a direct message if you want to chat. Or, if you’re ever in Sarajevo, please be sure to let me know, I’m always down for drinks.