Get to know me
Disclaimer: This isn’t the full story but some parts of it
What I do for a living
I work as a full-stack developer specialized in WordPress CMS. Read more about my developer-life on the Development page.
What else do I do?
I enjoy building keyboards, but for me, the keyboard community which we have in Finland makes it much more enjoyable. This silly hobby always surprises you with new things you need to figure out eg. C-programming, CAD, PCB-building and 3D-printing.
I’ll have soon on my blog some keyboard-related articles, keep an eye for it!
They say that the right amount of bikes can be calculated using this formula (n + 1) where n is how many bikes you currently own.
I love cycling but after winning the Evermade Kilometrikisa I’ve had to step it down a notch. I currently have 3 working bikes, one MTB, one Roadbike and a chainless hybrid one.
Every once in a while I feel like I want to create some fermented beverage. When I studied I was active in a Brewing club where we made different kinds of beers, some of them came out as really solid. Sadly due to Covid, the beer brewing has been put on a break, but that didn’t stop me.
I made a batch of cider from apples which I’ve collected by hand. It feels really nice that I actually can produce a solid product from the ground up. Only time will tell what I’ll do next, more beer? kombucha or perhaps mead?
See what I’ve been up to
Vortex PC66 keyboard review (Sponsored)
Review of the semi-popular Vortex PC66 keyboard. Despite this being a sponsored review I'm allowed to give my honest opinion on the keyboard.
Modern DIY repairs
What happens if an item breaks, do you throw it away or wonder if it can be repaired? As a tinkerer (and partially cheapass) I've made quite a few repairs in the last years which are not that common. Hopefully, this inspires you to repair more of your items.