There is no single specific thing I'd like to work on in detail. What I prefer most is doing multiple things at one time, resulting in a multi-disciplinary work environment. I have worked at both the frontend and the backend side of webapplications. Proven technologies like html4.01 and css2.1 are nice to work with, but even better is it when I'm allowed to work with html5 and css3 (like this site). The same counts for php: currently I migrate most of our products and services from php5.2 to php5.3, which introduced some cool features as well. In the end I'm even capable of managing our Linux webservers, but that's not the best part of my work.
Most of the time I work with Jurre Antonisse to make money for Soflomo. On the other hand I'd love to work with the inspiring Justus Bruns and Wouter Ernsting for the Libr.io project. In the end, I can also entertain myself by working on several small projects.
Soﬂomo is a creative internet agency founded by Jurre Antonisse and myself. We create websites and web-applications with a young enthusiastic team of designers and programmers. We focus on fast and usable websites with a high-tech backend. Also has Soﬂomo accepted a variety of contracts for infographics, photography and video. Being the CTO I developed the technical part of the framework, the content management system and custom made websites for our customers.
Do you ever need a book, but it costs too much? Especially students require books they use only once. It's a waste to buy them over and over again, so the best deal is to borrow them from fellow students. Libr.io facilitates this exchange by providing an easy search mechanism for books which are presented at a map from your neighborhood.
Justus Bruns came up with this idea and soon we made up a plan together with Wouter Ernsting. Justus is a self-taught marketeer and fulltime idea generator, Wouter is really the guy knowing everything about frontend development and I took care of the server-side application development.
Many ideas crossed my mind when working for Soflomo clients or Libr.io. All these ideas are welcome features to have available when I work at these projects. Some of them are easy code snippets where I blog about and/or place at zfsnippets and others are larger components which I proposed to include in the Zend Framework.
A semi-complete list of things I've done, am working on or would like to do are listed on a special page about my Zend Framework projects.