Hi, welcome to my personal website, software engineering blog and dumping ground for the occasional brain fart. I'm Dustin, a software developer, entrepreneur and open source contributor who's originally from Vienna, Austria and currently living in the UK.
Over the course of my career I've had the pleasure of working with a wealth of different technologies for various sized companies, mainly operating in very agile teams following Scrum or Kanban, using continuous deployment and most major clouds (AWS, Google and Azure) to deliver mission critical software. I was also lucky enough to lead and manage a team of highly skilled engineers building large scale Facebook games for one of Europe's largest gaming companies. After almost 10 years in the corporate world, numerous battle scars and a growing appetite for a new adventure I finally threw the towel in 2017, decided to travel the world with my wife for almost an entire year and eventually came back to the UK to set up my own business. Today I maintain several open source projects, contract on a side whilst also trying to set up my own start-up from the ground up.
If I'm not busy building something for the web then I'm probably doing sports (basketball, snowboarding, surfing, swimming), reading a book, watching stand-up comedy or travelling. I am also a huge foodie and coffee addict, which means that I spend a fair amount of my time exploring new coffee shops and restaurants in London and around the world. However, besides all of these hobbies my absolute favourite downtime activity is a round of board games with friends and family.
Dusted Codes is a blog which I've started in 2015 after finally convincing myself to put some of my thoughts and ideas into writing. On this blog I mostly write about web development topics with a strong focus on .NET Core, F# and C#, general programming trends, agile methodologies and software security practises.
This blog has also been built with Giraffe (a functional ASP.NET Core web framework for F# developers) and is open source and publicly hosted on GitHub, where you can fork it, report a bug or submit a contribution.
All source code published on this blog is licensed under Apache v2.0.
All other content on this website, such as text, graphics, logos and images is the property of Dustin Moris Gorski.
If you've got value from any of the content which I have created or you'd like to support the development and maintenance of any of my projects then I would very much appreciate your support by buying me a coffee.