20 May 2019

More new talents on the team

Our customers’ e-commerce ambitions are skyrocketing and therefore we have once again expanded the team of gifted talents in Hesehus. This time around it has resulted in four new Developers and two Senior Developers as well as a new Art Director.

Thomas Find, Art Director hos Hesehus

Thomas Find

On 1 Maj we welcomed Thomas as Hesehus’ new Art Director. Thomas is 44 years old and educated graphic designer from a bureau in 1998. Since 2009 Thomas has primarily been working with the design and development of mobile solutions and is coming from a position as Product Manager at G-IT. As Art Director at Hesehus, Thomas will be part of our UX Design team.

Michael Jørgensen, senior udvikler  hos Hesehus

Michael Jørgensen

On 1 April we also welcomed Michael when he started as Senior Developer at Hesehus. Michael is 38 years old and holds an AP Graduate in Computer Science from Tietgen IT & Media Academy from 2004. Previously Michael worked as a Senior Software Developer at KMD. As Senior Developer at Hesehus Michael will be a part of the team, which works on solutions for customers like Damixa and GLS.

Rolf Ugilt Pedersen, senior udvikler  hos Hesehus

Rolf Ugilt Pedersen

On 1. Maj we greeted Rolf as he also started as a Senior Developer at Hesehus. Rolf is 36 years old and holds a Master of Science in Engineering (Robot Systems) from University of Southern Denmark from 2012. Previously Rolf has been working as a Software Developer at KEN Hygiene Systems. At Hesehus Rolf will be working as a Developer on the team, which creates solutions for customers like Wupti and Fazer.

Anders Bastrup Kold, udvikler hos Hesehus

Anders Bastrup Kold

On 1 April we said hello to Anders, when he started as a Developer at Hesehus. Anders is 35 years old and holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Information and Communication Technology from University of Southern Denmark from 2015. Anders has previously been working at Netcompany as a Senior Developer. As Developer at Hesehus Anders will be a part of the team, which is working on solutions for customers like Micro Matic and Fristads Kansas.

Georgi Stefanov, frontendudvikler hos Hesehus

Georgi Stefanov

On the same day, we greeted Georgi as he started as a Frontend Developer at Hesehus. Georgi is 22 years old and has a bachelor’s degree in ICT Engineering from VIA University College from 2019. Previously Georgi has been working as a Frontend Developer at Project Nexus IVS. As Frontend Developer at Hesehus Georgi is going to be part of the team working on solutions for customers like Danoffice IT and GLS.

Kristjan Lundin, udvikler hos Hesehus

Kristjan Lundin

On 1 April we also welcomed Kristjan, when he started as a Developer at Hesehus. Kristjan is 29 years old and has a Master of Science in Engineering (Robot Systems) from University of Southern Denmark from 2015. Kristjan has previously been employed by IdunHealth ApS, where he worked as a Full Stack Developer. At Hesehus Kristjan will be working as a Developer on the team, which is working on solutions for customers like DinApoteker and BabySam.

Anders Moeslund, udvikler hos Hesehus

Anders Moeslund

Last, but not least, we welcomed Anders on 1 Maj as he also started as a Developer at Hesehus. Anders is 24 years old and has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from University of Southern Denmark from 2018. Previously Anders has been working as a consultant at ESDHkonsulenterne. As Developer at Hesehus Anders will be part of the team working on solutions for customers like Nissens and Aktiv Guld.

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