I call myself a code artist because programming can and should be seen as a creative process. Therefore code is art. I love to craft pieces of art with code that are beautiful and elegant in their simplicity, readability and architecture.
Pretty early in my life I realized that I work best on my own terms. That does not mean that I prefer to work alone. Working with clients, team mates, designers and managers is a crucial part of any development process.
Some time in the year 2009 I decided to not only live up to my way of working but also share my experience even more. I decided to become a freelancing programmer and consultant. Since then many different places benefited from my work. Start-Ups in their first months as well as well known companies like HERE and Deutsche Telekom Labs.
Together with entrepreneurs, UI/UX experts and engineers of many fields I created novel and beautiful applications that still influence the live of thousands of people.
Please see my CV for a more detailed list.
Many people want to learn and grow. Whenever I can I try to help those people by sharing my experience and knowledge. I already voluntarily coached at Code Curious, Frauenloop and Jugend Hackt. I also helped children with their first steps into the world of programming at the Berlin CoderDojo.