This post is part of a series where Behance developers talk about the various tools they use to get things done and make ideas happen.

1) Who are you and what do you do at Behance?

Hi there! My name is Krasimir, software engineer here at Behance. I’m part of the backend team and my main responsibility is to break the site and fix it after that (on my first day here Bryan said I could, so I do it from time to time).

My job is to implement new features and improve the old ones. I work on a better way of storing and retrieving the images on Behance. I was also involved in improving the way invites and requests on the site work. The rest of what I do is still under wraps.

I moved to NYC almost 4 years ago and joined Behance about 1 year ago. It’s great to be a part of something that I’ve known and followed for a long time even when I was back in Bulgaria.

2) What hardware do you use?

I have a 15’’ Macbook Pro with a retina display – something that I almost never use because of the nice big monitors I have on my desk. The latest addition to my equipment is a standing desk that I have to start using more often in the actual standing position.

3) What software do you use?

Sublime Text + Terminal + Browser. And every other available tool that helps me do my work (+ coffee).

4) What do you listen to while working?

Radio! I usually listen to British radios – I like xfm and BBC Radio 1xtra (for some reason British hip-hop keeps me focused)

5) Out of all the equipment used, what piece of software/hardware do you feel is the most useful of all?

My Bose noise canceling headphones. Great piece of hardware that keeps me away from the craziness that is the office sometimes.