Computer Science Student and Software Developer from Stuttgart, Germany.Learn more about me
My favourite programming language. I use it for almost all private projects. The best memory management and concurrency model I've found in any language so far. It's also the most ergonomic language I've ever worked with.
I used this language during my internship at NTT Data in 2019. I love it for its simplicity and how well it introduces concurrency concepts.
These languages have taught me a lot about functional programming. I've used them for some private projects, such as Advent of Code 2019. Haskell also sparked my interest Abstract Algebra.
The programming language used in most of my university courses. At my university, I've given official programming tutorials to more than 25 CS and MIS students and coached several friends privately.
This programming language for web frontends first introduced me to functional programming. I've used this language for several private projects. It's great fun and easy to pick up.
I first started using Docker during my Internship at NTT Data in 2019. Now I frequently use Docker for software deployment and reproducible build environments in CI.
I worked with EC2, S3, AWS Lambda and several AWS APIs during my Internship at NTT Data in 2019, and I've hosted some small personal applications on AWS.
I've been using Heroku frequently to deploy university projects over the past 3 years.
I worked with Kubernetes during my Internship at NTT Data in 2019, but I'm still looking for future professional opportunities to improve my Kubernetes knowledge, because it's usually not feasible to use it for private projects.