Veit Heller—Technologist at Large

Nice to meet you! I’m Veit, a programmer from Berlin and a technologist at large.

Technologist at large [tek-ˈnä-lə-jist ət ˈlärj]

noun

one who is able to design, conceptualize, build, shape, or in any other way influence computer systems, not bound to any particular employer.

See also: Contractor, Freelancer.

What I am doing right now

I’m currently in Berlin, Germany, thinking about tooling in static languages (specifically Carp), and prototyping ideas around that.

You can take a look at an early-stage prototype.

What I can do for you

I am available for consulting work. Here are a few examples of work I could do for you:

I have worked with a wide array of technologies and companies and consider myself a generalist. Of course, this also means that I’m not an expert in any one field—the best way to know whether I’m the right person for your project is to ask me.

My ultimate goal is always to make myself replacable. I want you to be able to take over control whenever you think the right time has come—ideally we find a moment together—, and I want you to be able to pick up work exactly where I stopped. I don’t want you to become dependent on me, and neither do you.

You can also take a look at my résumé or my Github profile if you’re especially curious.

What I charge

My rates are fixed and follow a simple, but beautiful scheme:

My workday has eight hours and I charge by the hour.

If you have any questions about my rates or are unsure whether your product qualifies as “open source”, contact me!

How you can contact me

I love to hear from any- and everyone who wants to share something with me, especially if I can help you in any way!

If you have any questions, comments, or want me to help your product succeed reach out to me. My PGP key is available on this server.

Of course, you can also contact me just to chat! To understand what I can help you with and what I’m particularly interested in, check out my open invitation!