I live in Munich. I work as a software developer, preferably backend & data.

I like functional programming a lot—Scala, TypeScript, Rust and Haskell. I try to spread the word and teach my peers about how functional programming helps us write more robust and more elegant programs.

You can follow me and my work on Twitter and GitHub. I try to help other developers, and answer questions on StackOverflow.


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