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Hrvoje is a Backend Developer who’s (l)earning his way around Magento and Magento 2. Before Inchoo came along, he maintained and developed CMS system for a number of colleges in Osijek. As a part of that, he held teaching seminars for the college employees in order to teach them how to use the system. At the same time he worked on the app for communal service - Cityhub.
He learned CSS and HTML at home and finished a course for web programmers (PHP,MySQL) at the computer training school Algebra in Osijek. He continued to perfect the already mentioned technologies by creating templates for Wordpress. Later on he started exploring PHP frameworks, most of all the Laravel framework. Couple of years forward, he’s an Inchooer!
Apart from his love for the code, he loves cars, especially old ones. He spent a summer in a friend’s garage restoring a 1976 Mercedes-Benz. In addition to that, he plays football throughout the whole year - in winter indoors and in summer on artificial turf. What an addition to the Inchoo time, don’t you think? :)