Welcome to precompiled.com

Is your work fun? Mostly fun? Because it should be. Most of your life is probably spent working. Is there something that irritates you? Maybe something annoying that you have to do often? Think about it. Do you regularly do stuff on your computer that's boring you to death? Receive something by mail you have to manually copy into some generic software regularly, or look up stuff online on different sites to process? There might be ways to help you there. Read on, and find out what's possible.



People often do stuff in certain ways because that's how it's always been done. Identify the boring stuff and automate it away.



Do you have a great idea for a piece of software? Need someone to write it? Let's talk.


API integration

If you exchange a lot of information with external parties, chances are they have APIs you can connect to to make things easier.


API development

Maybe you need to share information with a lot of parties, and are looking for an easier way. APIs to the rescue!


App development

Like the Force, your phone is always with you. Maybe you have and idea for a software solution people can carry in their pocket.



Buying software? Or hiring developers and you're not sure you're getting what you want? In that case it's nice to have someone that speaks the language.

About me

I'm Erik. I've worked in I.T. for over 20 years. I've done network- and system administration, managed servers in a datacenter, programmed industrial machines and robots and done CAD/CAM. The last decade or so I've focused on (web) application development and architecture, working on software used by large companies, with multi-terabyte databases and many users. I've also dabbled in DevOps and have written quite a bit of front-end code in the past. I like to keep up with current technologies to see if I can make software better, faster, more userfriendly and more reliable.
If you'd like to talk tech with me sometime, don't hesitate to contact me.

Tools of the trade

Programming languages and software are just tools. Still, there are different types of tools for different types of jobs.
My go-to programming language is Python. Because it's simple, elegant, and for most use cases fast enough. I also dabble in C#, JavaScript and TSQL. I've used MSSQL, MySQL, Redis and Couchbase. Flask and Django, Huey and Celery, Jquery and Less. I've implemented DevOps with Jira, Bitbucket, Bamboo and Octopus. I know my way around Photoshop and Pycharm, Linux and Windows. I keep up with what's going on in technology, sometimes I try out some new tech or piece of software, like vue.js, Kivy and PWAs just to find out what they're about. Oh, and I wrote a book on classic ASP which is available now.