This publication provides insight into 30+ years of computer programming. It is unrelated to any company or party and solely dedicated to my personal experience and opinion. All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
You may ask who I am. I’m born in Germany, the land which yielded the car and people like Conrad Zuse and Andreas von Bechtolsheim. At the age of 10 I found out what computers are good for, and how to convince them of my will, particularly the famous Sinclar ZX Spectrum 48K. This is more than 30 years ago. Meanwhile I attended a Computer Science College, received some awards, and used to speak the Java language since its invention. I contributed to countless open source projects, discussed a lot with brilliant people, and led a small but dedicated coding team out of the dark medieval times into the light of a RESTful future. Currently I am serving as an expert group member for JAX-RS 2.1 (JSR370). Since half of my life I’m married with a wonderful painter and lecturer. Google me if you’re curous beyond that.
Please don’t feel offended by the postings on this site, it was surely not on purpose. But if you are, I am the sole one to blame.