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After my study of industrial engineering I worked at an engineering service provider. As team leader and sales representative, I was responsible for customers from aviation and mechanical engineering. I am part of the Embedded Office team since 2010. Here I am responsible for the Sales and Marketing activities. I love being outside for hiking, riding or walking no matter the weather.
I have more than 20 years experience in developing safety critical software as developer and project manager in medical, aerospace and automotive industries. I am always keen on finding a solution for any problem. The statement “This won’t never work”, will never work for me. In my spare time You can find me playing the traverse flute in our local music association, spending time with my family, or in a session as member of our local council and member of the local church council. So obviously I am lacking the ability to say “No” to any challenge ;-).
I have been working for 20 years in safety critical software development. Discussing and solving challenges with customers and colleagues excites me again and again. In my spare time I can be found while hiking, spending time with my family, having a sauna with friends - or simply reading a good book.
I’m a functional safety engineer with over 10 years of experience in software development. I’m most concerned with creating accurate documentation for safety critical software, but lately found joy in destruction of software (meaning I’m testing). Spare time activities range from biking to mentoring a local robotics group of young kids.
Since finishing my master in computer science (focus on Embedded Systems and IT-Security), I’ve been working at Embedded Office. Before that, I worked with databases, and learned many unusual languages (like lisp, clojure, smalltalk, io, prolog, …). In my spare time I’m often on my bike, at the lathe or watching my bees.