February 2005, Christo and Jean-Claude installed
The Gates in Central Park.
October 2004, Peter, Shaun, Chris, and I spent the weekend of
Halloween in New Orleans.
It was a big party and we had a lot of fun.
We went to the wedding, spending first a couple of days in Berlin and then in Warsaw. Here are
the pictures. And then we went to Bydgosz to the
Asia and Tomasz are getting married in July in Poland. We wanted to combine it with the love parade
in Berlin, but the parade just got cancelled because of funding issues.
Anyway, we'll still spend some time in Berlin and in Warsaw and drink a lot of Vodka and hang out
and have lots of fun.
We spend a view days in Montreal because I had to go to Ottawa to get a new visa.
(sorry, no pictures this time) One of the best places we went to is the
In February 2004 I finally switched jobs. After five and a half years with Sun I thought I need a change.
My new challenge is local in New York City, no more travel, no more hotels, and
no more customer. Just an office every day...
It's gonna be a nice change.
My current project is a Java center of excellency in Boston. Meaning I travel every Monday
to Boston and come back to New York on Thursdays.
In November 2000 I transferred to the Sun
Java Center in New York City, where I established myself
as Java Architect.
After three months working as Internet consultant for a bank in Germany, I joined
Sun Microsystems Switzerland in July 1998. My office at Sun was
near Zuerich but my work as Technical Consultant for SAP
R/3 included customer visits all around Switzerland.
Born in 1971 in Gross-Gerau, Germany. I finished school in 1990 and started to study computer
science at the Technical University of Darmstadt.
Additionally to my studies, I worked in the Centre of Computer
Graphics in the department of Animation
and Image Communication. There, I've learned how to use my theoretical knowledge achieved
at the university to program in C, C++, Lisp, and Java. My master's thesis was part of a project
called "Personalized electronic Newspaper" at the
Here is my personal collection of bookmarks.