I like building things
Lego was my most-loved toy from early on, followed by my father's workshop. Later on I wrote my first programs in QBasic, Pascal, and Delphi. As I wanted to become an astronomer, I created programs to calculate the positions of the moon and planets, and catalogize stars, nebulae, and galaxies.
My professional career was early on fueled by some amazing people I've met who again encouraged a different way of thinking: understanding the status quo, questioning it and going beyond. I developed prototypes for maritime rescue coordination centres, vessel traffic services, and integrated controller working positions (iCWP) for air traffic control. After that I became part of a medical startup in Vienna and lately started working as a freelance developer for web applications.
I enjoy to come up with ideas and put them into life. Nothing is more satisfying than seeing your work out there in the wild, being used by dozens, hundreds and thousands of people.