I'm currently doing my masters degree in computer science.
For a living, I work with everything related to Microsoft's .NET stack.
When talking to me, you might notice my inner IT security enthusiast.
I'm also concerned about privacy and data protection.
Other skills involve running linux servers, using Kali Linux for penetration testing and handling git.
I'm discussing random thoughts about computer science, programming, security etc. in my Blog.
On a completely unrelated note, as you may have noticed from the background images on this site, I love climbing, skiing and cooking.
Fluent with Microsoft's .NET stack, including C#, WPF, WCF, Entity Framework, ASP.NET and ASP.NET
Experience in setting up, running and securing linux servers, git, writing bash
scripts and pentesting.
Developed apps for Android in Java and web apps with PHP and node.js.
Instructor proficiency certificate (AdA), held several tutorials for programming lectures at
university and introduced a group of new students to university as part of the "study start
Next look at this cool stuff
In my blog, I write about programming, software, and security.
LegacyWrapper uses a x86 wrapper to call legacy dlls from a 64bit process. LegacyWrapper is written entirely in C# (.NET).
Vienna Traffic Monitor is a realtime monitor for depatures of Vienna's local transport system.
Check out other cool projects on GitHub!