Two years ago I earned a degree in Information Systems at the FOM in Nuremberg, which is a university for employees.
I started 2003 with an on-the-job training at Deutsche Telekom (T-Systems, T-Mobile) where I went through different it departments. There I also got in touch with BMC Remedy. At first as a user within a 2nd-level support, later as part of a development team where I used the Remedy API to create a self service web application. After my training I joined Materna where I've been working as a remedy consultant since 2006.
I like doing sports: I go jogging and swimming and just started bouldering. I did Kendo and Aikido for a few years. When I have more spare time I love hiking and traveling. Furthermore I am interested in lock picking, photography, movies and playing computer or board games with friends.
Be curious! You should always try to understand why and how things work. I learned my first programming language when I was a young teenager: It was QBasic because I wondered how the games "Gorillas" and "Nibbles" on my first pc (an Intel 286) worked. I stayed curious and already learned a lot of computer technologies like Perl, HTML, C or Linux during my teenage.