curriculum

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[1] or my github repos[2].

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[5] (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[3] 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[4]

publications

  1. 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
  2. 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

sources

  1. https://www.szi.uni-bremen.de/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/mhb_InfB_2018.pdf
  2. https://github.com/lakrizz
  3. https://www.rust-lang.org/
  4. https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristof-kipp-18a968165/
  5. https://www.simpliy-city.eu/