I was among the early users of the Internet when I started browsing the WWW at the University of Tübingen in 1993. This gave me the opportunity to observe – right from the beginning – how the Web became the ubiquitous thing it is today.

Seeing this, I decided learning professional software development as a teenager and ended up doing “mission impossible” projects for my clients today. Like speeding up data import from 6 days to 2 hours. Or helping teams transition from trial and error to Agile software development in a few months while building a working and secure piece of software.

At Zend, my team implemented a huge JavaScript single-page application with MVC architecture for Deutsche Telekom. Back in 2008 it was pioneering work and laid the foundation for the framework that’s now known as CanJS.

Aside from doing projects, I learned a lot about cybernetics by myself (special thanks to Monika Broecker) and started studying physics. Both teach us how to handle the complexity of the real world to make predictions and remind us to stay curious.


Customer showcase

  • 6 Wunderkinder GmbH, Berlin
  • CMS Hasche Sigle, Berlin
  • Daimler Financial Services AG, Stuttgart
  • Deutsche Telekom AG, Darmstadt
  • HolidayCheck AG, Bottighofen
  • Magic Internet Musik GmbH, Berlin
  • PIN Digital GmbH, Berlin
  • Toyota Informations Systeme GmbH, Köln
  • T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH, Stuttgart
  • Zend Technologies GmbH, Stuttgart

…and many more

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