Hello, I’m a full stack software developer from Hamburg, Germany interested in cloud architecture and open source software development.
I have a broad area of interests including, but not limited to:
- User interfaces build with web technologies like React, TypeScript, and NodeJS,
- Cloud architecture, Kubernetes or serverless, as well as related security aspects,
- Developer Experience (DX),
- 3D rendering with WebGL,
- Maintaining and contributing to open source software,
- And I’m a big fan of the Dart language due to its simplicity, type safety, and tooling.
I contributed to several open source projects in the past, including backstage/backstage and google/vector_math, but I also tend to make small contributions to projects that I use. Beside that, I own some small projects like tentaclelabs/prometheus_client, a Dart implementation of the Prometheus client library.
Nordeck is building communication tools based on Matrix, Element and Jitsi. I work on Project Phoenix, the workplace for the public sector in north Germany. It’s based on the matra “public code for public money” — bringing a modern workplace that is autonom, independent, and where users have control over their personal data.
At SDA SE I work on accelerating the digitalization of the insurance sector by building a platform and an ecosystem that brings modern services to customers. This included technical concepts as well as the groundwork for the microservice architecture of the platform. I could gather experience in different areas, including frontend and backend development, DevOps and operations.
To share knowledge and teach other developers in the ecosystem we founded the site sda.dev providing documentation and teaching concepts. Lately I’m contributing on the Spotify founded CNCF project Backstage that we use to provide an internal developer portal and catalog of the services available in the ecosystem.
Interautomation is building software for organizing processes in the public transport sector which has exciting technical challenges in an interesting business domain. I worked on both a web based control center software and a mobile Web app that provides the train conductor an overview about his schedule, delays, and passenger counts.
My short scientific career after my university studies. Associated to my master’s thesis I worked on assistive systems in manually assembly. Providing guidance for a worker in complex assemblies is an interesting UX topic, but also included technical challenges like hand tracking with depth cameras and a projection based user interface at the workstation. Here is a small demo: