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OBJECTIVEAfter 10+ interesting years that I spent working in industrial software development and meanwhile another 20 years of training and mentoring, I still tremendously enjoy exploring novel technology and passing on the knowledge. My preferred fields of interest are training, coaching, and mentoring in the area of programming in C++ and Java. I enjoy development of explanatory material, including course material, multimedia training, books, and articles. I conduct lectures, seminars, and workshops, mostly in Europe and North America. My professional background in software engineering includes compiler construction and library development in C++. My background as a trainer and mentor is that of a freelancer with an independent course curriculum of my own covering advanced C++ and Java topics.
I am co-author of the books "Standard C++ IOStreams and Locales" published by the US publisher Addison Wesley Longman and "Java Core Programmierung: Memory Model und Garbage Collection" published by the German publisher Entwickler Press. I am author of the widely appreciated "Java Generics FAQ", an online resource for Java developers. I served as a columnist for the US magazines C++ Report and C/C++ Users Journal. Beginning in 2002 I wrote a a series of articles on Core Java topics mostly for the German magazine JavaMagazin. In addition, I enjoy speaking at IT conferences all over the world.
Major: Mathematics / Minor: Economics
Graduated: Spring 1984
Senior Trainer/Consultant at Rogue Wave , 1995 - 1996
Senior Software Engineer at Siemens Nixdorf , 1989 - 1995
Software Developer at Siemens Research Department , 1987 - 1989
Software Developer at Siemens Telecommunications , 1984 - 1987
Courseware development and training/mentoring/coaching.
Jan. 1997 - present
Aug. 1995 - Sept. 1996
Oct. 1984 - Jun. 1995
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