passionate about discovering

I’m working as a member of software development teams, doing trainings on software development topics and supporting our customers finding their ways of creating software and technology that fits their needs. Most of my working time I spent on-site with the customer, where I had the chance to meet and work with plenty of resourceful and interesting people in different fields of businesses.

I studied computer science at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, diploma (master aka Dipl.-Inform.) in 1999. From 1998 on I do trainings in OO programming and Java topics. Since my time as a trainer for Sun Microsystems I own a certificate as a Java programmer and Java trainer. Meanwhile I have attended a Scrum Master Training. I like to see this certification as a visible sign of my endeavor to make software projects successful and work a place of fun. Software development is all about team play.

I’m also fifty percent of smartics. smartics supports spending one fifth of my time to learn and develop skills and to explore new ideas. Some of the fruits of this work you’ll find as open source projects. I’m interested in many software development related topics, focusing on all stuff to be associated with Team Collaboration, Living Documentation, and Automation.

Since 2009 we focus working on tools to make documentation for teams easier. In 2013 we began to port our solution from Maven to Confluence. projectdoc - an add-on to support teams to communicate and collaborate - is available on the Atlassian Marketplace. projectdoc is continuously evolving as we discover more and more use cases for more and more different types of users.

If you are interested in what I am currently working on, please visit my articles on our blog.

Please do not hesitate to pass me a message, if you have questions or suggestions regarding one of our projects or any other interesting aspect of software development!

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