As a child, I got my first computer. Playing Solitaire on Windows 98 quickly got boring, while my interest in how things were actually working under the hood was growing. About a year later, I took Microsoft Office classes and only shortly after, I learned the basics of HTML, Java Applets and had fun with programmable robots.
Fast forward to the age of 16, I've published my first (news) app in the Google Play Store. After a few months of studying the Android platform and improving the app, the app was adapted for multiple international WordPress blogs.
After getting my high-school diploma in 2013, I've started studying Computer Science at the University of Paderborn in Germany. Complementing the interesting classes, I decided to learn more about real projects and started freelancing. You can see the results of my work in the Showcase.
In 2017, I've finished my bachelor's studies with a GPA of 1.8 and a thesis graded 1.0. In 2019, I've completed my master's degree in Computer Science at the same university with a GPA of 1.2.