some of the languages i like and am somewhat familiar and probably good with (in order of experience/expertise, ‘,’ being the delimiter for languages and ‘/’ the delimiter for skill levels ranging from “i’m really good at this” to “i used it in university”):
in the last ten years (and counting) i also got in contact with heaps of frameworks and technologies everyone should know about (like rest, http, json, xml, etc. you know the drill). some of which i have probably either learned about in university (tcp congestion control, i’m looking at you!) and never used again or while working ('what even is virtual memory?' and ‘why should i bother about first vs. best-fit?') on a specific problem.
if you want to know more, you can either take a look at my uni curriculum or my github repos.
tl;dr “my life”: visited schools, did a training (to become a so called ‘it specialist’), got some certificates (e.g., istqb foundation level, but please don’t tell anyone), worked in a european research project (also: see publications), graduated from university with a degree in computer science and then started working again.
apart from regular programming i tried lurking into data science - which kind of worked out to a degree until there was a change in focus (business-wise) at that time (let’s just say it was related to covid-19) i had to abandon that dive. i am still able to at least follow a shallow talk about machine learning without being totally lost at statistics, so i’ve got that going for me.
my pet peeve is that i’m easily bored: there’s always something more to learn and as soon as one desire is sated, there’s another thing round the corner that i want to know about. right now it’s rust and actually some more c++ knowledge. sometimes i write about things that come into my mind (see blog-section), most of the times there’s no follow up, but i’ll always try to write about my ideas and code.
i love well structured projects and well-documented communication between services. i’d LOVE to learn about service orchestration on a (bigger) scale hint hint
btw. if you’re somehow interested in an official cv, add me on linkedin
- S. Schulte, P. Hoenisch, K. Kipp, D. Burgstahler, S. Abels and G. Liguori, “A Service Framework for Smart Mobility Scenarios,” 2016 IEEE International Conference on Mobile Services (MS), San Francisco, CA, USA, 2016, pp. 17-24, doi: https://doi.org/10.1109/MobServ.2016.14
- Burgstahler, D., Schulte, S., Abels, S., Kipp, K., Hoenisch, P., Dustdar, S. and Steinmetz, R. (2014) Informationssysteme für Verkehrsteilnehmer: Datenintegration, Cloud-Dienste und der Persönliche Mobilitätsassistent. PIK - Praxis der Informationsverarbeitung und Kommunikation, Vol. 37 (Issue 3), pp. 243-250. https://doi.org/10.1515/pik-2014-0024