About me..
Welcome to my website! I'm passionate about digital systems, particularly designing and developing software, processing data, and managing information. I currently work for a German trading company, where I develop a multichannel B2B electronic commerce system based on Hybris technology. In addition, I train apprentices in computer science for application development. I also teach part-time at the university, where I focus on operating systems in theoretical computer science. Students often ask me if I can provide professional tutorial videos, which is why I created a blog space on this page to offer such content. If there is any interesting point that you'd like me to cover in a tutorial video, feel free to let me know. I'm always eager to help people expand their knowledge of the IT world.

In addition to my work in digital systems, I also have a deep interest in astronomy. I am an avid astronomer with my own telescope, which allows me to peer deep into the cosmos and unlock the secrets of the universe. With my telescope, the night sky is like a canvas that comes to life, filled with countless stars, planets, and other celestial objects that spark my imagination.
I enjoy spending my free time stargazing and following the latest discoveries in the field of astronomy. I am fascinated by the science behind the stars and planets, and I love reading about the latest discoveries in the field. I follow the work of astronomers around the world, and I often attend lectures and conferences to learn more about the cutting-edge research being done in this exciting field.

I absolutely love holidays, especially when they involve warm weather, sandy beaches, and soaking up the sun. Whenever I have free time, I like to escape the daily grind and go on a trip with my wife to explore new places.

One of my favorite destinations is Barcelona, Spain. The city is full of vibrant culture, delicious food, and stunning architecture, including the famous works of Antoni Gaudi. Walking along the beachfront promenade, enjoying some tapas and a cold drink, and basking in the Mediterranean sun is one of my all-time favorite holiday experiences.

Another city that I adore is Paris, France. The City of Light has so much to offer, from the world-renowned museums like the Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay to the charming neighborhoods like Montmartre and Le Marais. Strolling along the Seine River, indulging in some delicious French pastries, and taking in the breathtaking views from the Eiffel Tower are just a few of the many reasons why I love visiting Paris.

When I'm not traveling to these beloved destinations, I am always looking for new places to explore. Whether it's discovering hidden gems in my own country or venturing to far-flung corners of the world, I am always up for an adventure with my wife by my side.
For me, holidays are a chance to escape the stress of everyday life, recharge my batteries, and create lasting memories with the people I love. I feel grateful for the opportunity to travel and experience all the beauty that the world has to offer.
Curriculum Vitae
Time Institution Role Desc.
2016-now International Trading Holding Company Software developer Fullstack software development, E-Commerce, Digital Payment, DevOps, etc.
2020-now FOM University - Cologne Part-Time teacher Teacher in the field of operating systems and software development
2016-2018 Headhunter Software developer Development (Backend + Frontend): This application should be able to teach specialists. The affected institutes can activate job advertisements and reach out to inform all suitable users in the application. An integrated forum offers a platform for exchanging information and asking questions within the application.
2015-2016 International Company for electronic devices Software developer Development (Backend) : Electronic Commerce solutions, dynamic product data sheet (PDF) generator in the form of a standalone application, various web components.
2012-2015 Digital agency Software developer Development of a Hotel Management System
2009-2010 Electronic group Hardware & Software developer Development of an automatic lawn mower. Development of a micro processor board (R8C - controlled via serial interface). Installation of H-bridge for controlling the stepper motors incl. Sensors, programming of the chip.
Computer science
Computer science is an incredibly dynamic field that continues to evolve at an unprecedented rate. One of the most fascinating aspects of computer science is the ability to transfer information at the speed of light. Light travels at an astonishing speed of approximately 300,000 km per second, which is incredibly fast, but still finite. This speed is the foundation of so much of what we do in the world of computing. From the design of computer networks and the internet, to the creation of complex algorithms and artificial intelligence, the ability to transfer information quickly and efficiently is vital. The development of fiber optic technology, which allows for the transmission of data via light, has revolutionized the world of computing and has made possible the high-speed internet connections that we rely on today.

Moreover, the speed of light has even inspired new fields of study in computer science. For example, researchers are exploring the concept of quantum computing, which takes advantage of the principles of quantum mechanics to manipulate information in ways that would be impossible with traditional computers. One of the key advantages of quantum computing is its ability to perform certain calculations faster than classical computers, thanks in part to the incredible speed of light.

Quantum computers are an emerging type of computer that use the principles of quantum mechanics to process and store information. They are fundamentally different from classical computers, which use binary digits (bits) to represent information as either a 0 or a 1. Instead, quantum computers use quantum bits (qubits) to represent information as a superposition of 0 and 1 states, allowing them to perform certain calculations faster than classical computers. One of the key advantages of quantum computers is their ability to solve problems that are intractable for classical computers. For example, quantum computers are particularly well-suited to problems in optimization, cryptography, and simulation, where the number of possible solutions is so large that classical computers would take an impractically long time to solve them.

However, building a quantum computer is an extremely challenging task. Qubits are incredibly sensitive to their environment, and even the slightest noise or interference can cause errors in computation. As a result, quantum computers require specialized hardware and software, as well as carefully designed algorithms that can account for the effects of noise. Despite these challenges, researchers around the world are actively working to build practical quantum computers that can be used for a wide range of applications. Some experts predict that quantum computers will revolutionize fields such as drug discovery, finance, and materials science, while others envision entirely new types of applications that have yet to be imagined. Overall, the development of quantum computers represents a major frontier in the world of computing, and I'm excited to see how this technology will transform our world in the years to come.

As computer science continues to evolve, we can expect to see even more breakthroughs in our ability to transfer information at the speed of light. It's a thrilling time to be involved in this field, and I'm excited to see where it takes us next!