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bio website stackexchange.com/users/…
location Bremen, Germany
age 24
visits member for 1 year, 6 months
seen Mar 21 '13 at 15:30

I am a student of Computer Science

Language Experiences:

  • Java (5 years)
  • C (1 year)
  • Android Development
  • C++
  • Python
  • Basic Experience: C#, SQL, HTML, Haskell

Other IT-Interests:

  • Linux (Kernel)
  • Security
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Reengineering
  • Mobile
  • Testing (3,5 years experience as Software Tester)
  • Software Architecture
  • Eclipse (Plugins, RCP)

I love programming. It impresses me, that some piece of text can make thinks happen. You can create everything you want and everything you can imagine.

I'm interested in well structured and designed programs. I prefer the Object-Oriented paradigm, but I also know to write code in procedural languages like C.

I try to write Clean Code, which is easy to test, maintainable, expandable and easy to change without great efforts.

I'm also interested in testable code design (e.g by Dependency Injection) and software tests in general.

I like code, which is easy to read and easy to understand, because programming is most of the time teamwork. I like Re-factoring and Design Patterns as well.


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accepted No root permission after installation of ClockworkModRecovery kernel
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comment No root permission after installation of ClockworkModRecovery kernel
thx! that helped me :) Now I'm running CyanogenMod on my device.
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comment No root permission after installation of ClockworkModRecovery kernel
ah that makes sense. I just read that the CyanogenMod brings the root-permission at runtime (system) with the installation of the CyanogenMod. So rooting the phone means always flash everything, and I could only save the apps, that I installed AFTER the rooting right?
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asked No root permission after installation of ClockworkModRecovery kernel