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bio website steamnet.de
location Freiburg i.Br., Germany
age 34
visits member for 2 years, 5 months
seen Jun 11 at 7:49

I have recently moved to Freiburg im Breisgau and am looking for interesting people here.

I lead a RPG Group that bases on the indypendant System SAGA. When possible I attend a DSA based Group via Video Chat.

I'm a Java Software Developer and Linux Server Administrator with a lot of experience in system design, teaching people and generally "getting stuff done".

My technical skills are within Development: Java (Swing and J2EE), Maven, Hibernate and Spring (incl. Security and MVC). I started programming in Java in 2001 and so I have a lot of skills in Frameworks that are now seldom used anymore but also in the current ones. Recently I started gaining skills in ActionScript 3, 3.5 and 4.

I use Netbeans as my development environment and run a Bodhi Linux as my desktop. My servers all run Debian Linux.

Many of the companies I worked at worked a lot with apprentices so I have a lot of training in educating beginners. Together with my intention to actually understand the systems I work with makes me a pretty good co-worker when it comes to sharing what I know.

If I realize an answer of mine had been wrong (or sufficiently bad-style) I usually delete it, because I'm self critic enough to not take a stand on an opinion that has been shown wrong.


Apr
7
comment Profile creation process stuck halfway Websphere
How did you figure this out?
Mar
12
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Mar
10
awarded  Scholar
Mar
10
accepted Recover Firefox password files from backup
Mar
10
revised Recover Firefox password files from backup
changed title to make it more clear.
Mar
10
answered Recover Firefox password files from backup
Mar
4
revised Eclipse crashes after few minutes (Debian, Oracle JDK 7, Kepler, 64bit, RAP)
added linux tag
Mar
4
asked Recover Firefox password files from backup
Jan
21
awarded  Student
Jan
14
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
7
asked Eclipse crashes after few minutes (Debian, Oracle JDK 7, Kepler, 64bit, RAP)
Feb
2
comment Memory Issue using OO (soffice) as batch conversion service
my customer decided to have his own system of handling OOo instances implemented. More specialized to the task at hand, so I wont come around testing it :( I was looking forward to it. Maybe the other day.
Feb
2
comment Memory Issue using OO (soffice) as batch conversion service
looks interesting. Do you know oooServer (see the edit in my answer for link) and if so, have any experience with it?
Feb
1
awarded  Editor
Feb
1
awarded  Supporter
Feb
1
awarded  Autobiographer