I am a student of the course computer science and media at the Stuttgart University of Media and interested in game development and all sorts of coding, specifically using C#, Python and C++ (preferably C++11).
I love programming games, currently favoring the XNA 4.0 framework with pure C# goodness. But I also enjoy programming games in C++ now. The first C++ game I helped develop was the Ambrosia Project, which is a student project with over 20 members that is being developed further each semester. I took part in it the first 2 semesters and helped build the custom-made engine using some middleware such as OGRE3D, Bullet Physics and FMOD for audio.
In my free time I'm playing (a lot of) games, watch movies or some series or play some (electric) guitar.