code, travel & business

About me

Hey there!

My name is Tedde Lundgren and have been working professionally with IT since my teens. I’m currently in my late twenties and have been passionate about programming and particularly web development since I was young.

Over the last ten years my interest has been put to good use developing solutions for businesses that have ended up saving countless of man-hours, directly impacted the bottom line and at various points been described as a joy to use by everyone from managers to sales people.

Systems that I have designed and developed continue to this day to be used by at least five successful companies as a core part of their daily operation.

LINKNOW AB

I’m currently part-owner and co-founder of LINKNOW AB which is a Swedish startup focused on providing both tailor- and ready-made system integration solutions for business customers. We are currently in closed beta and are set to launch publicly in the first quarter of 2018.

TEDEH LTD

Since mid 2017 my consultancy business is based out of Malta. You can read more about TEDEH LTD and also some of my glowing testimonials on the company page.

I’m currently accepting work. Contact me and let's talk!

Location Independence

I strongly believe that IT work is perfect for being done remote, and that the new way of working that the internet offers is the way of the future. You can expect me to gravitate between Europe, Asia and my native Sweden for the foreseeable future. I've posted pictures from some of my previous travels here on this blog.

At the bottom of the page you can see where I'm currently located. Same area or close by? Contact me and we can meet and have a coffee together!

Some random highlights

  • Started my first freelance business at the age of 17 (year 2006)
  • Designed the most sold iPhone case in Sweden for the year 2012 as part of my then full time job
  • Medallion of Excellence in Web design at World Skills in Calgary, Canada, 2009
  • 1st place in Web design at Youth Skills Sweden in Jönköping, Sweden, 2008

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