Geert Eltink

I grew up in the Netherlands and am currently based in the south of Germany, surrounded by lakes and mountains, focused on developing and deploying things to the web.

I love designing and developing web applications and make ideas a reality. I’ll be dedicated to create the most effective approach that aligns with your business objectives, attracts your target audience, and sustainably grows your organization.

Don’t think of me as a freelancer, think of me as part of your team. I work closely with my clients and integrate into their workflow.

Talk to me about UX design, optimizing content delivery, streamlining and automating workflows and tasks, web development, to use or not to use javascript, mountain biking, diving and sushi.

Geert.

  • About the value of workshops

    Yesterday we had the second remote workshop from this year. It was about application architecture. What surprised me was that some knowledge I picked up the past years turned out to be wrong.
  • Project documentation with Hugo Modules

    Recently I changed my GitHub account name and converted my old username to an organization. My important projects are now nicely grouped into that organization and not hidden between all forked projects.
  • WSL 2 and Visual Studio Code

    It was back in 2016 I formatted my laptop for the first time and swapped to Ubuntu. Since then I’ve been re-installing between Windows 10 and Ubuntu every few months.
  • From Jekyll to zend-expressive to Vue.js to Hugo

    Back in 2013, I started this blog based on Jekyll. A static generated site, hosted on GitHub pages. It did its job good and was ok to work with. Later on, in 2015, I got involved with zend-expressive.