I am a student of Computer Science
- Java (5 years)
- Android-Development (2 years)
- C (2 years)
- C++ (1 year)
- Python (1 year)
- Linux (Kernel)
First of all, I love programming. It impresses me that some piece of text can make thinks happen. You can create what you can imagine. I like it when the first tries doesn't work and then you learn from the mistakes and search for solutions and finally the feeling if it works at the end of the day.
I'm interested in well structured and designed programs. I prefer the Object-Oriented paradigm, but I also like to write code in procedural languages like C.
I love and try to write clean code, which is easy to test, maintainable, expandable and easy to change without great efforts.
I like code, which is easy to understand because programming is most of the time teamwork. So I prevent to use complex expressions with unpronounceable variables and so on. I try to write easy-to-read-code instead. I like "Re-factoring" and "Design Patterns" as well.
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