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I create videos about Java-related themes for my YouTube Channel.
Here you can find additional information and documentation for my videos on YouTube.
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My fascination for software development started a long time ago when programming was still done in MS-DOS without knowing the internet. Starting with QBasic, I soon switched to Visual Basic.NET and embraced object-oriented programming.
I experimented with C and PHP, but ended up with Java, because it has flexible application areas and is widely used in companies. I expanded my Java skills by training as an IT specialist in the field of application development at LOTTO Hessen GmbH. There I became a Java EE specialist in which I work full-time today.
Halfway, I started a part-time study at the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz (Germany) for a bachelor's degree in Business Information Systems. In my bachelor thesis I've designed a protocol for automatic configuration of distributed applications.
Right after finishing my bachelor's degree, I headed into the master's degree in IT-Management, again at the University of Applied Sciences in Mainz. Together with my colleague and fellow student Andreas Kummer, we've developed an Open Communication Standard for eJustice in Germany and have been awared with the IHK Award 2020.
Meanwhile, I took on more and more responsibility in my company and my position at LOTTO Hessen evolved so I became the head of the software development team. This allows me to move forward, to shape a new generation of software developers, and to expand my leadership skills. New challenges await me, the story will be continued...
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The digitalization of the judiciary has been an important topic in germany for many years. However, the approaches taken to date have been heavily criticized (e.g. the “besonderes elektronisches Anwaltspostfach” – beA). The main reasons for this are lack of features, security concerns, and difficulty integrating the software into businesses. Is there no more advanced[…]
Looking at large distributed applications, some can recognize that managing such a system is not only time-consuming but complex. By splitting up a large monolithic software into small pieces a new management level for configuration comes into play. When adding new components into the system, those must be configured: They need to know where other[…]
In the first part I will show you how to set up Glassfish within Eclipse and create a basic Java EE application.
In the first part I will show you how JavaFX works and create a basic JavaFX application in Eclipse.