I am a software developer and project manager proudly working for Vaadin Ltd; I am back in good old Berlin, Germany.
You can find more about me and my work on xing.com or on linkedin.com;
or even better yet, send me a mail if you'd like to get in touch with me.
In my spare time, I enjoy
rock climbing and
running; and because I occasionally swim and bike, I may
now call myself a triathlete.
As a part of my master's thesis I developed a Java ByteCode Verifier called JustIce.
Read about or download JustIce on http://bcel.sourceforge.net
or on http://jakarta.apache.org/bcel/.
I am working under Linux most of the time,
on x86 and other platforms. When I had my Amiga computer still, I
wrote a driver for the Commodore A2232 7-port multiserial board for the
Linux/m68k operating system.
If you would like to try it under Linux/APUS
(a special version of Linux/PPC for Amiga PowerUp Systems),
please let me know.
The A2232 is a ZORRO-II board so it fits into Amiga 2000 ("and above") computers.
This is no longer here, as it's integrated in all the 2.4.7+ series kernels, including the 2.6 series.
I have some Commodore 64 and Commodore Amiga past. Hello to those who remember.
I used to be a member of OVERKILL (Amiga Demo Crew) when I was little.
Videos (German movies recorded during my time in school):