I am Senior Technical Writer at PSPDFKit in Vienna.
Before joining PSPDFKit, I was the Lead Technical Writer and Documentation Engineer at Adverity. I led a team of technical writers who contributed content to the Adverity documentation site. I maintained the website front end and the underlying software architecture for authoring, publishing, and automation.
Previously, I worked at Tricentis, Omnit, IBM, the Central European University, and the University of Cambridge.
I define myself as an enthusiastic writer, developer, and scholar.
Since 2011, I have been working in various roles related to the production and publication of texts. I have extensive experience in writing, editing, vetting, and proofreading documents. I have managed the text production and publication process, as well as the teams involved.
As a technical writer, I primarily see myself as a student and an educator, as someone who learns something new every day and documents this learning experience so that others can learn from it as well. I gather, produce, and disseminate knowledge about complex products, and respond to feedback in order to make the learning experience of readers/users as effective, engaging, and enjoyable as possible.
2022 – present Senior Technical Writer, PSPDFKit
2020 – 2022 Lead Technical Writer and Documentation Engineer, Adverity
2019 – 2020 Technical Writer, Tricentis
2018 – 2019 Technical Writer, Omnit
2017 – 2018 Manage the production and publication process of test papers, Cambridge Assessment
2012 – 2017 Write, edit, and proofread test papers, Cambridge Assessment
2011 – 2012 Write and edit financial contracts in French, IBM
- Git, GitHub, GitLab
- Google Analytics
- MadCap Flare
- Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- VS Code
- Hungarian native
- English proficient (C2)
- French fluent (C1)
- German intermediate
- Spanish intermediate
- Italian beginner
When I started coding in 2018, my main motivation was to improve the user experience on our documentation site. Since then, I have been involved in many different projects, and I have been constantly improving my coding skills. My primary focus is still front-end development in order to make the documentation more user-friendly and engaging, but I have also gained experience in back-end development, automation, and DevOps.
I have good working knowledge of the following languages:
- An object-oriented way to construct a navigation bar in TypeScript
- I implemented the front end of the Adverity documentation site based on designs received from other departments.
As a scholar, my main fields of interest are memory studies and critical European studies. My primary goal is to uncover certain deeply embedded assumptions and cultural patterns in different discourses about Europe. I am particularly interested in the role of historical narratives in politics, in how visions of the past and the future shape identities and inspire social action.
2012 – 2017 PhD Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge
2010 – 2011 MA Political Science, Central European University
2007 – 2010 BA International Relations, Corvinus University of Budapest
2006 – 2009 BSc Economics, University of Nottingham
2019 – 2020 Visiting Lecturer, Central European University
2017 – 2018 Visiting Lecturer, Aga Khan University London
2014 – 2015 Visiting Researcher, Free University of Brussels
2012 – 2016 Supervisor, University of Cambridge
2021 On Pluralist Mythscapes, Memory Studies
2019 Challenging the Notion of the East-West Memory Divide, Journal of Common Market Studies
2015 The Myth of the Politics of Regret, Millennium – Journal of International Studies
2021 European Memory and Conflicting Visions of the Past, Palgrave Macmillan
2022 Chapter 11: Politics of Regret in the Handbook on the Politics of Memory, Edward Elgar (forthcoming)
Essays and book reviews
2015 Critical Analysis of Civil Disobedience by Henry D. Thoreau, Mouseion Library