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bio website geekmonkey.org
location Germany
age 27
visits member for 3 years, 11 months
seen Feb 11 '13 at 0:37

I'm a software developer and hobby geek. At stackoverflow I enjoy helping others and learning new ways of mastering programming.

I don't have a favourite language but I'm fluent in:

  • Ruby
  • PHP(5.3)
  • C#/VB.NET
  • Java
  • HTML(5)/CSS(3)

I do know some basics or have deeper knowledge of:

  • C/C++
  • Bash
  • Perl

At work I'm usually doing C#/VB.NET + MSSQL development and in private project I mostly use some mixture of PHP/Ruby + PostgreSQL/MongoDB/MySQL. I'm tutoring Java + OOP at university.

I've used a lot of frameworks in projects (jQuery, ExtJS, Zend, Rails, CakePHP, ..). I enjoy solving new problems.

You can find me on Github and contact me there if you require assistance or want to hire me :)


Feb
11
awarded  Commentator
Feb
11
comment Programming languages differences and efficiency, does it matter?
@Qix, Google would've helped, but here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_processor
Aug
14
comment How to get started in opensource projects and programs
@01010011 You're welcome!
Jun
25
comment Should we hire one consultant for website design and another for development or find someone who will do both?
How is that question related to programming? The answer to your question will most likely be "decide for yourself", in the end it's your choice to decide between risk and budget..
Apr
19
comment Starting new project with TDD
It'll help you in the way that you first have to think about the patterns you're going to use, classes you'll write, etc. - Start by defining a class and write test cases for methods, then start implementing the methods according to their test case..
Apr
19
comment What is good (neat) architecture in programming?
That's a pattern, not an architecture.
Apr
18
comment How to get started in opensource projects and programs
Sasquiha, sf is kinda dead. I'd say: Have you looked at Github?
Apr
18
comment How to get started in opensource projects and programs
Every project always needs developers. Find a project you like, start reading the code and write a patch. Most projects will have bug trackers, just pick a bug and work on it.
Apr
13
comment Programming languages differences and efficiency, does it matter?
@nightcracker, and what then is native machine code? There are machines that are able to execute Java bytecode..
Nov
23
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
9
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
14
awarded  Teacher
Sep
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awarded  Student
Sep
13
answered Why do programmers write closed source applications and then make them free?
Sep
13
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
13
answered Do people in non-English-speaking countries code in English?