Andreas Möller

Andreas Möller

Photograph by Hanns Joosten

I own a computer.

Who am I?

My name is Andreas Möller, and I am a self-employed Software Engineer and Consultant from Berlin, Germany.

For more than 25 years, I have been developing software. In a professional capacity, I have more than 15 years of work experience building and maintaining web applications for organizations and businesses in various industries, in teams small and large, on location, and remotely.

I maintain and contribute to open-source projects, publish articles, and give talks.

With a focus on modernizing legacy applications and teams, I can help your business become more profitable: by shipping software earlier, with fewer defects, and with a lower total cost of ownership.

Where am I coming from?

In 1991, I started programming in Turbo Pascal 7.0.

In 1993, I first connected to the Internet via a dial-up modem.

In 1999, I received my first check for building a static website in HTML for a client.

In 2001, I started learning PHP while interning at a Berlin startup.

In 2007, I started freelancing as a PHP developer for a startup in Berlin.

Since 2011, I have been working as a self-employed Software Engineer and share what I have been learning as a Software Consultant, author, and speaker.

Who have I worked with?

Companies I have worked with include the following:

Where can you find me?

You can find me on GitHub and Twitter, and you can follow along here, on my personal website.

How can you get in touch?