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new release of Morphium 3.1.5

2017-09-29 - Tags: morphium

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This release is about tidying up things a bit and includes some minor fixes and tweaks.

  • fixed some statistics
  • removing drivers into different project
  • improving byte array / binary data handling
  • fixing some tests
  • fixing checkForNew behaviour, is now a bit easier to understand. If switched off globally, setting it at the annotation does not have an effect.

Available via Maven Central

category: global

To scrum or not to scrum?

2017-08-14 - Tags: scrum

... that is not the Question!

This is exactly the Problem, most do not understand the agile methodology described in the Agile Manifesto. Now lets have a closer look at that...

disclaimer: I am a software dev, team lead and head of IT and not a scrum evangelist or expert. All I write here is based on experience

former softwareengineering

there was the maybe good, but definitely old waterfall model. Most people should know that by know. In short, you cut your project in 2 pieces: 1st conceptional phase, then implementing whats in the concept. That was copied from other areas like constructing a house. There you have a plan first, then you build it.

That is totally legit and does have its right to exist in engineering as well: you write a fine granular concept, test everything hundreds of times in theory before the first line of code is written.

And if you follow that principle, you end up with software Development processes used by organizations like NASA. And there it needs to be like that, as you cannot just fly up to mars to replace something on the rover that was not considered during conceptional phase.

Agile software development

But nowadays all do this agile methods, which is totally the shit... you can quadruple your productivity with that, without doing anything, just like that fingersnip

"That is what we're going to do now!"

With that mindset some start introducing agile development in the IT department. Or even worse: in the whole company.

The enthusiasm for Scrum is fine, but that alone is not enough. Its not enough to have a scrum coach for a couple of weeks in the company, read a book. You might think you know Agile management processes now - but you don't!

That is doomed to fail, saw that several times now.

Scurm is not a set of rules or constraints

Scrum is a set of methods and tools that were helping some teams to increase productivity and be successful.

But you need to have a closer look at those stories. When you look at where these teams started from, it is not hard to increase productivity a lot emoji people:smirk

A lot of departments and areas do already work in an agile fassion nowadays, often without actually knowing it. For example, support teams often use tools from 'Kanban' in order to have the support ticket processing a bit more structured and processes well defined in an area where you do not know what will happen in the next 15 minutes. Very often those tools or processes are not named Kanban or alike, although the whole department needs to be agile.

So, if you want to improve something, have a close look at the real proflem.

And that means, that the team does not have to implement everything ever written in a scrum book or what is mentioned in the scrum guides. These are good examples, scaffolds so to say. You need to decide, what is best for your team, what will work, what will probably not work. This is strongly related to the company culture!

Some of the Scrum-Nazis (that’s what I call people, who do scrum literaly out of the book with out being flexible at any point) will scream out loud now. But from my experience, this is true. That is actually also enforced by the "inventors" of scrum. I did a PO Certification end of 2016 with Jeff Sutherland, the only inventor of Scrum (his own words). In the company I worked for at that time, there was a Scrum consultant, who also was trained by Jefff, to help us introduce scrum. End even those two differ in tools, or statements. The consultant used Tools, never mentioned by Jeff and vice versa. Also some of the Statements in reference to our team did contradict the Statements Jeff did in the training.

And that is the beauty of it. the consulten, who has a close look at the circumstances can do better decisions then any "scientist". The trainer can only give overall advice.

But that shows, that Scrum is not written in stone, adapt it to your own needs, your team, your culture. You should only use these tools and concepts of this methodology, you feel good with. And the team also needs to feel fine for that.

There are a lot of things influencing what tool and methodology would work with your team. One of the most important ones is: Trust! Trust from the management in the team and vice versa!

If the team does not trust the management, it will not work (well, nothing will really, but scrum especially not).

Scrum and the company culture

Trust is very important. Unlike the old methodologies, scrum tries to empower the team, reverse the trust. But empowering also brings responsibility and trust.

In waterfall, the Project Manager would tell, when what will be implemented. In scrum the team tells, what will be implemented. And the order of those things is determined by the prioritization the PO created. But the team will also be held accountable for what it promised. That’s the beauty of it...

But if the team does not trust the management will to the right things for the project and the team, will not interfere with ceremonies and stuff, then this will definitely cause conflicts. And after a while, we end up with "pseudo"-Waterfall.

The team seems to be in charge of what is done when, but if that differs from the opinion of the management, you start endless discussions until one of them - the engineering or the management - will indulge.


at the refinement the CEO is taking part (which is wrong on its own, as this is one of the POs meetings), the team is working on a user story. Lets say, there is an architectural decision to be made as part of the story. There are 3 options, A, B and C. The team is going for A.

The CEO answers this with "hmm... yes, good Idea, but we should think that through"

The team things, B is a valid solution, but never C! But C is the favorite way of the CEO.

So, the CEO keeps saying things like "yes, good Idea - but we should go on a bit"

Eventually somebody will say something like "but then only C is left!". The CEO in that case will jump on it "cool, C, that is what we do"

Later, the Devs are right, things will explode. The CEO comes in and asks what happened. the Devs state, that it is due to option C instead of A... the answer of the CEO is "But you wanted C, so fix it"

You think that is far fetched? Really?

No - something similar happened to me and my team, I was there! of course, this is a bit overstated - but it was similar to what i wrote here.

So, where does something like that come from? Lack of trust, not willing to let go and pass on responsibility! and a weak scrum master role. Not the person, but the role was not lived to what it should be. The scrum master was not allowed to do the things he needed to do!

In that case, it was also combined with a very strange error culture. Although the management stated not to be interested in errors, they were discussed over and over again. Especially when decisions had to be made. But in exactly those moments, at least once the management stated, that "we have a great error culture... BUT..."

So, the team ends up not wanting to do any decision anymore. If it is my fault anyway, and I cannot decide also. So... as long as i am there, just sit it through.

And this kills every agile process. From the outside you "look" agile, but internally there is some mixture of Waterfall and... well... what? Monarchy?

Scrum is about transparency

A lot of things you do in Scrum (or other agile methodology) tries to optimize transparence in all areas. If done correctly, scrum will help identify problems and show them in all their beauty to everyone, who dares to look. Also it will help identify ways of improvement and show that an improvement did work - or not.

In the upper example, in the retro those problems were discussed very often. But the Scrum Master could not change the ways the management worked. So it did not change... and at some point, people stoped complaining about it.

Of course, scrum or agile methodologies do not only help in those complex and conflict situations. Also the normal day to day work will be more effective if everybody knows everything he needs to know to do the job best. If you know, where the journey is headed, you can do a better job.

But that is exaclty the problem: a lot of managers do not feel comfortable to "let go", not be on the helm anymore, to let the team do the things they were hired for. This is cause of a lot of conflicts and in the end, there is mutual "un-trusting" between team and management.

Of course, the transparency scrum offers is not everybodys cup of tea. Even in engineering not everybody does want to have this kind of responsibility. And for those, the good ol' waterfall method is better fitting. But there you only have "programmers" not "engineers" emoji people:smirk again a bit exaggerated, but I thing you know where I am going: some people like to im plement a fine granular concept, rather than doing something that is not as clearly defined.


Especially in Softwareengineering there are some "Leads", who do work agile with their team, at least it looks like, but the do not act agile. Those are usually quite experienced people, good engineers. And the end up doing everything themself. These "heros" are a big problem in agile teams. They can break everything. And if they are or act as teamlead, you and up with a team of "a lot of drudges and on head". This is frustrating as the team as a whole will not evolve, will not develop. And the team will be only as fast, as the one guy - more or less. Scalability? No way!

For this "Hero" the situation usually is as unpleasant as for the team. As he is doing everything on his own, or wants at least to know everything in details, he usually ends up with a lot of overtime, and the others just sit there nosepicking...

Scrum should show something like that, but often these Leads also define the Scrum they want to do. And those methods and tools that would help showing this, are - for whatever reason - not in place or will just not be used...

Agile methods and tools will also help in this case, but everything needs to fit.

Scrum in the company

Agile development works great in engineering teams, as this is the "natural" way devs would organize their work in an own (opensource) project. You would do this iteartive approach to the optimum. But how do you talk to the other teams?

Excaclty there is the problem: I saw that this Interface between the departments did work extraordinary well, although the whole company was not agile, only the engineering used scrum. I remember working for a consulting company where it worked that way. The Dev-Teams were working agile, the Managers and the Project Managers were not.

This worked astonishingly well, although there was a fraction in methodology

Of course, that is not always the case. If the management wants you to report and plan like waterfall, you will have a tough time working agile.

That happened in another company. They heard of "this scrum thing" and for test purposes they wanted to do a project in a agile fashion. At the end, this was an utter failure! The kommunication did not work, the expectations were totally different and at the end, there were a lot of "lessons learned"-Meetings to avoid a lawsuit.

If the management tries to be hip and wants to do scrum without knowing what that means - this is the worst thing, that could happen.

In those cases (have seen that twice in my career), the mangement tried to bend the scrum ceremonies to their gusto, for example to turn a scum of scrums into a Reporting.

Scrum in management can only work, if the management did understand scrum and have a lot of experience with it. And than they would probably not use Scrum for the management, but maybe some other agile methodology.

If that happens, you need a very strong unwavering scrum master. And Patience is also helpful...

This will otherwise end up in conflics: the CEO who understood scrum to 50% and could gain about 3 months of experience already (experience in like, he saw somebody do it) and the Scrum master just sees all his ceremonies fail, as they are misused by the ceo. If the Scrum Master does not have the standing against the CEO, things will not work.

That is a really tough call, and I really do not know one company which is agile in all aspects. Not to mention, using scrum in all departments (as if that would make any sense).

Agile methodology is totally awesome, especially in software engineering or you want to "build" something, you actually do not know exactly what it will turn out to be. So you will iteratively improve you solutions..

So, if in management you have that approach, like in the mangement does not know, what they want to achieve and iteratively try to get things done... this sounds a bit scary, doesn't it?

so, if you are in management, you have agile teams, why not take a look at Agile Management Methods? This is not Scrum but still agile and maybe the right tool for the job...

Just remember, just because you have a hammer, not every problem is a nail!


category: Computer

New blogging software

2017-05-16 - Tags: java jblog security

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I did complain about wordpress several times (for example here). I took that for an opportunity, to take on my software development skills and use a weekend or two to build a new blogging software. Well, th result is this wonderful (well... hop so) page here.

PHP sucks

To stop all PHP fainbois from whyning, I do not like PHP very much, because I don't know it very much. Hence, wordpress is also kind of a mystery for me. The configuration works with luck, let alone get php to do what you want in a more secure way.

so, my blog was hacked several times during the last year now and this is pissing me off! So, I wanted to use a java based solution, but it seems like there is no simple, easy to use one out there.

so why not do it yourself?

exactly. That was my thought also. Could not be so complicated, could it? So, I wanted to create a blogging software that

  • has a simple technology stack
  • does not need a complex plugin funktionality. If it cannot do, what I like it to do, i rewrite it
  • themes or designs... well... er... could be better, but I think this is ok
  • Security, that is the point. I created the blogging software (called it jblog - not rally creative) myself and it is not so complex as wordpress. So we should be ok. I guess. But I know for sure, that th standard wordpress exploits wont work no more!
  • Intrnationalization... also a topic. jblog does only do 2 languages, German and English (I do not speak more, so I don't need more for my blogs).
  • whitelabeling. I have a couple of domains, I wanted to reuse / revive with this project.
  • one administration: I did not want to create the same thing 3 times, I wanted to have the same thing look like 3 different hings. Hence there should only be one administration page.


I am quite ok with what I accomplished here. Although it took longer than one weekend, it was finished quite fast. I lik that.

But please: if some links do not work anymore, some images look strange or are missing - I will fix this eventually emoji people:smirk

the different blogs - this blog here

the private main blog. Will cover topics like hobby, drones, games, gadgets etc. - the java blog

There I will put all my opnsource stuff, like morphium. And all the other programming tips and tricks I wrote over time. Hmm... seems like 'java blog' is not the right term...

This should be a business site anyways. So, here I will put in topics about my professional carreer, Scrum, processes etc.


well, this is going to be tough. I cannot produce content for 3 full blogs. Even filling one is quite hard. But I will try. And we will see, how that works

technical discussion

as mentioned above - not here, but at emoji people:smirk

category: Computer

Stephans Blog wieder online...

2015-06-12 - Tags: allgemein blog

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Das war stressig. Zum Umzug kam noch hinzu, dass mein Server die Grätsche gemacht hat. Ich musste neu installieren. Was ja – dank Backups – eigentlich kein allzu großer Aufwand wäre, hätte ich nicht vergessen, ein Backup von der Datenbank zu machen… Deswegen jetzt der neue Start des alten Blogs ;-)

category: security

Security und Passwortstrategie

2014-03-06 - Tags: security

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category: data security

Porno-Abmahnungen und der Datenschutz

2013-05-15 - Tags:

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Das was jetzt mal wieder passiert ist, ist schon beinahe als Super-GAU zu bezeichnen und sollte eigentlich allen Datenschutz-Kritikern die Augen öffnen. Was ist passiert?

In den letzten Wochen gingen mehrere 10.000 Abmahnungen (vermutlich ca. 30.000 und es sollen noch mehr werden) wegen Urheberrechtschutzverletzungen im Internet an ahnungslose User. Das an sich wäre ja nix besonderes, allerdings ist der Grund diesmal, dass man sich das urheberrechtlicht geschützte „Werk“ auf einer Porno-Streaming-Plattform ( angesehen haben soll. Bisher galt das Streamen nicht als Verbreiten von illegalen Inhalten (da man ja nichts verbreitet und sich die Datei auch nicht herunterlädt) und man konnte dem Benutzer auch normalerweise keine Klage bzw. Abmahnung ins Haus schicken. Es sei denn, es ist wirklich eindeutig, dass das ganze illegal ist (wie z.B. wenn man aktuelle Kinofilme oder Serien vor dem Deutschen TV-Start ansieht).

Hier ist der Sachverhalt anders. Redtube wird wohl von der Porno-Industrie als Werbeplattform verwendet, die dort angepriesenen Videos sollten also rechtefrei sein oder der Uploader tritt das Recht an zum Zwecke des Streamens ab – wobei er sicherlich auch irgendwo zustimmen muss, dass er im Besitz dieser Rechte ist. Es war wohl in keiner Weise ersichtlich, ob und warum es sich bei den genannten Machwerken um urheberrechtlich geschütztes Material handeln sollte. Es unterschied sich nicht weiter von den weiteren Angeboten der Streaming Seite. Normalerweise auch nichts besonderes. Der Rechteinhaber verlangt die Herausgabe desjenigen, der das Video hochgeladen hat und kann sich an den wenden. Das wäre aber bei weitem nicht so lukrativ wie mehrere 10.000 Leute abmahnen, von denen jeder mind. 200€ Zahlen soll.Roblox HackBigo Live Beans HackYUGIOH DUEL LINKS HACKPokemon Duel HackRoblox HackPixel Gun 3d HackGrowtopia HackClash Royale Hackmy cafe recipes stories hackMobile Legends HackMobile Strike Hack

Es wurde wohl ein Antrag auf die Herausgabe der Privatadressen beim Landgericht Köln beantragt, und das hat man so formuliert, als handele es sich um eine Tauschbörse, nicht eine Streamingplattform. Auch die nachträgliche Begründung, beim Streamen hätte man am Ende die gesamte Datei auf der Platte, ist doch sehr fadenscheinig. Denn, zum einen wird die Datei beim Steramen nicht vollständig abgelegt und zum zweiten ist es wohl doch eher unwahrscheinlich, dass sich ein Konsument dieser Filme, diese wirklich bis zum Ende ansieht. Ich kann mir nicht vorstellen, dass die Handlung da besonders spannend ist, ihr versteht.

Wie kommen die netten Rechtsanwälte denn überhaupt an die IP-Adressen? Von Redtube haben sie die nicht, die haben sich sehr von dem Vorgehen distanziert und wollen ihrerseits eine Klage gegen die Rechtsanwaltskanzlei anstreben.

Die Gerüchte darüber sind schon wirklich haarsträubend und wenn nur ein Bruchteil davon stimmt, ist das schon wirklich extrem zwielichtig. So ist von extra dafür geschriebenen Viren bzw. Trojanern die Rede. Aber die weit wahrscheinlichere Variante ist die, dass man ein Werbebanner für das IP-Tracking genutzt hat. Das bedeutet, man kann auf Redtube einen Filmausschnitt bzw. Trailer hochladen und kann den dann mit einem eigenen Werbebanner versehen, damit die Leute das Filmchen dann im Idealfall auch kaufen können. Dieses Werbebanner liegt dann bei demjenigen, der die Werbung schaltet, also auf einem anderen Server als Redtube. Und auf dem eigenen Server kann ich natürlich alle IP-Adressen mit protokollieren, die darauf zugreifen.

Das ist insofern zwielichtig, als dass dieses Banner ja wissentlich von dem, der das Video hochgeladen hat, auch irgendwie eingestellt werden. Und wenn es so war, dann muss er gewusst haben, dass es sich bei dem Video um ein urheberrechtlich geschütztes Werk handelt – Warum sollte er dann solch ein Banner schalten? Vor allem stelt sich wohl raus, dass das Video schon seit geraumer Zeit dort gestreamt werden durfte, aber erst kürzlich das Banner geschaltet wurde. Aber anstelle bei Redtube anzumahnen, dass der Film da zu sehen ist und somit die Löschung des Films von deren Servern zu verlangen, wird lieber ein Werbebanner geschaltet, welches es dann möglich macht, 10.000e User abzumahnen?

Erstaunlich ist diese Grafik (hier der original-Post dazu), welche deutlich zeigt, dass die Zugriffe auf die angemahnten Inhalte zufälligerweise genau in der Zeit sprunghaft angestiegen sind, in der die angeblichen Urheberrechtsverstöße stattgefunden haben. Und dass zufälligerweise genau 2 Tage zuvor die Domain für das Werbebanner gekauft wurde…. Zufall?

Wie gesagt, es war für den User wohl nicht ersichtlich, dass es sich um ein illegal zum Streamen freigegebenes „Werk“ handelt. Und eigentlich hätten die Adressen der User gar nicht rausgegeben werden dürfen.

Was hat das jetzt mit Datenschutz zu tun?

Es beweist wieder ein mal, dass Daten in den falschen Händen immer irgendwie zu Geld gemacht werden können oder zumindest eine Menge Geld kosten können. Denn, selbst wenn sich herausstellen sollte, dass diese Abmahnungen alle nicht rechtens waren (zum Glück sieht es momentan so aus – siehe auch hier) und man die Adressen zu den IPs gar nicht hätte rausgeben dürfen, selbst dann bleiben die Betroffenen auf Kosten von mehreren Hundert Euro sitzen! Die können sie sich zwar theoretisch vom Verursacher (also dem Rechteinhaber) wieder holen, aber das geht nur, wenn man es den Schdandensersatz einklagt. Und es ist fraglich, ob das wirklich so einfach geht, denn der Rechteinhaber sitzt wohl in der Schweiz. Und internationale Klagen sich teuer. Und den eigenen Rechtsanwalt muss man vorher bezahlen… Und wenn wirklich, wie es scheint eine Sammelklage gegen diese Abmahnungen erfolg haben sollte, dann ist die Firma leider auch schnell pleite und die Geschädigten bekommen dann auch nichts oder nicht viel.

Ich bin auch der festen Überzeugung, dass das ganze nur deswegen probiert wurde, da es sich um Schmuddelkram handelt. Da werden bestimmt schon 1000e bezahlt haben, bevor das ganze überhaupt öffentlich geworden ist – eben um die Öffentlichkeit zu meiden und man will ja nicht mit so einem Kram in Verbindung gebracht werden. Und da kann man wohl eine Menge Geld machen…

Das ganze ist eine One-Shot-Aktion, man versucht schnell mit der Unwissenheit und der Peinlichkeit der Geschichte Geld zu machen, wohl wissend, dass man sich da auf dünnem Eis bewegt. Die haben aber dennoch sicherlich schon einige Hunderttausend Euro eingenommen.

Kurz zusammengefasst: Weil jemandem die Daten peinlich sind und er nicht will, dass es öffentlich wird, wird bezahlt. Klingelt es da? Ich hatte ähnliches als Schreckensszenario in einem meiner Posts beschrieben, und nun ist es Realität geworden.

Ja, jetzt kommt das Hammer-Argument: Ich gucke keine Pornos im Internet.

Damit ist natürlich alles gut, und es ist nur das Problem einzelner.

ARG!!!! Darum geht es nicht! Es geht darum, dass du, einfach nur weil du einen falschen Link angeklickt hast (denn genau darum handelt es sich), ohne zu wissen, was sich dahinter verbirgt, plötzlich Schadenersatz zahlen musst. Wenn das wirklich legitimiert wird, ist das Internet tot! Dann kann man sich nicht mehr frei bewegen, kann keinen Link mehr anklicken, ohne vorher zu wissen, was sich dahinter verbirgt. Man stelle sich das mal vor, dass man auf einen Link klickt, auf der Seite wird ein Zitat von einem Buch verwendet und der Buchautor will das nicht – Zack, klage am Hals! Und selbst wenn vor Gericht geht und evtl. sogar Gewinnt – man muss die Kohle erst mal vorstrecken (kann gar nicht jeder) und dann muss man auch noch im Nachhinein auf Schadenersatz klagen, bei dem man evtl. auch verliert aber auf jeden Fall wieder Kosten vorstrecken muss.

Ich finde es wirklich erschreckend, wie schlampig da auch auf Seiten der Gerichte gearbeitet wurde, wie einfach jemand, mit genug „Kreativität“ an die Privatadressen von sorglosen Internetusern kommt. So etwas hätte es gar nicht geben dürfen. Der Schaden der Beteiligten ist auf jeden Fall da, denn ohne Rechtsanwalt kommt man aus der Sache leider nicht wieder raus!

Und die Politik will allen Ernstes gerade wieder die Vorratsdatenspeicherung einführen? Das ist super, dann braucht man gar keine Werbebanner mehr, sondern kann sowas sicherlich auch rückwirkend machen und sich so bereichern…. Ich glaube es hackt!

Und um das gleich klar zu stellen: Nein, ich bin nicht betroffen 😉

Update: es scheint sich zu bestätigen, dass da wirklich eine absichtliche Täuschung versucht wurde. Was das ganze natürlich in noch schlimmeres Licht rückt und wieder einmal zeigt, wie wichtig es ist, die Privatsphäre zu schützen. Die Staatsanwaltschaft ermittelt wohl zurecht – alle Betroffenen sollten sich juristischen Rat holen!

category: Computer

Whatsapp und Datenschutz! Sorglosigkeit in Deutschland...

2013-05-04 - Tags:

no english version available yet

category: global

Who is Stephan Bösebeck?

2013-04-19 - Tags: about

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Whose blog is this? Yes, who am I ... this question is amazingly difficult to answer, foolishly. My IT career can be read here on the blog under My IT History.

There is not much more to say. There will be very little private life here, so my professional career will be in a nutshell:

  • After the Abi (and a rather stupid episode at the Bundeswehr - but that is another story) I studied computer science at the University of Passau
  • Degree with diploma
  • Since I had little or no BaFöG and my parents were not able to contribute much, I started to work while I was studying
  • Apart from a few student jobs (for example at the computer discounter ESCOM - unfortunately broke meanwhile, but since I learned a lot) I was from 1995 as an IT consultant
  • I have also made some certifications during this time: Sun Certified Trainer, Certified Java Programmer, LPI Certification, Certified C ++ Programmer, Certified Macro4 Trainer, etc. - I could presumably cover entire rooms with the receipt
  • Customers of mine were among others: IBM, Sun, Dresdner Bank, Deutsche Bank, HP, Unilog Integrata, Ixos Training, Goethe Institute ...
  • I have specialized in the technologies Linux / Unix and Java. Therefore also the certifications in the areas
  • I did Java training, especially for SUN and Integrata, from Beginner to Advanced Java Programmer Certification Training
  • It looked similar with Linux training, u.A. For IBM. From beginner training courses to advanced clustering and firewalling topics
  • Of course there were also training courses in other areas around Unix: Perl, TCL / Tk and a few other exotics (Python was still really exotic: smirk :)
  • The knowledge for the Schlulungen I have me in many, unfortunately usually quite small projects appropriated. There was a lot of small and medium-sized companies, for which I developed software. Or worked on larger projects.
  • Since I often can not realize the projects very often, I was quickly pushed into the role of the project manager / manager. As contact for customers, as subcontractor, etc.
  • Since I as a freelancer alone had hardly a chance to lead a large project or realize I have decided to work hard. In this case, I started as a project manager at Softlab
  • There I was able to realize some major projects (well, at least bigger than that before). Among other things for MAN and BMW
  • I wanted to gain more management experience and was then "sued" by Acronis. I started there as "Manager Training & Consulting EMEA". And had to build the training department there. First only for Germany, later for EMEA, then worldwide.
  • The training management and the training management has then more or less moved to USA, which is why I became "Head of Engineering" at Unfortunately HRS has bought us and now there are Holidayinsider also no more
  • I was then little more than a year Head of Technology at Simplesystem GmbH & Co Kg - but that was unfortunately not quite the correct
  • the next job is already fixed, but I will only post here, when I started there: smile:

category: global

about Data preservation...

2011-09-14 - Tags: tweet

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this is a German article about data preservation:

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