Kim Rune Møller

About me

Kim Rune Møller

I love coding, and it has been a big part of my life for as long as I can remember. Since I was a child I have been fascinated by the idea of creating something that others can use. I remember, back in the early 90s copying code from computer magazines on to my Commodore 64 and the thrill of seeing something happening on the screen.

In my late teens I got into web development with ASP classic VBscript on the backend, created databases in MS Access and frontends in HTML and CSS. Launched a self-made web shop with a friend selling computers and mobile phones and did freelance work for a few years , before I started digging into object oriented programming with .NET and Visual Basic.

Got hired by a company that made software for the car dealership market. They had developed software that ran on terminals in the dealerships and they wanted to modernize it and make a client that ran on Windows with a graphical user interface in stead of the 5250 terminal interfaces. I learned a lot during the 16+ years I worked there, but at the same time it made me lose touch with the web development world which I loved so much. So in 2019 I decided to go back to my roots and started learning web development again, with more focus on frontend development. I discovered the joy of working with modern Javascript and the possibilities in modern CSS among the many frameworks and libraries that had popped up since I last worked with web development.

Now I'm mostly focused on React and Typescript, utilizing frameworks like Nextjs and Remix, but I still do some freelance VB.NET development now and then. I also love helping others and sharing my knowledge whenever I can.

I'm enthusiastic about design and is working on improving my design skills every chance I get. My design philosophy is about simplicity and following the best practices in UI/UX design. I believe that a good design is one that is intuitive and easy to use, and that it should be accessible to everyone.

My motivation for this website is to have a place where I can test out new ideas, and also showcase my work and share my thoughts and experiences with web development and programming in general. I also use this website to build my own library of tips and tricks that I can use in the future.

Please contact me or visit my online resume if you're more curious about my professional background.