I am a web developer from Germany. Even after some years I am still fascinated with the endless possibility of things you can achieve with the few elemantary building blocks the respective programming language provides. I love solving complex problems while keeping the code easy-to-read and simple whenever possible - be it front-end or back-end.

My motto is "Life is too short to be in a bad mood."

On this website you can read about my journey to become a web developer and my toy projects. You can also find a collection of bits and bytes of code I found useful.


I am currently working as a node.js developer in Frankfurt, building microservices shipped with Docker. I try to stay in touch with what's going on the the frontend world, still more on the Angular than React+Redux side of things though. In the open source world I help out on Exercism here and there and translated the first pages of nodejs.org into German. I haven't really found a more permanent OSS home yet so feel free to contact me if you have suggestions where I could be useful.


Love it

JavaScript, Node.js, AngularJS, MongoDB, REDIS, Git & GitHub, TypeScript, Mocha & Chai, Cucumber, Docker

Can do

HTML5, CSS3, SASS, Foundation, Bootstrap, jQuery, Ruby, Rails, Sinatra, Jekyll, SQL, PostgreSQL, Protractor


C, C++, Java, LaTeX, VIM


"Techettes Frankfurt - Women in Tech" Meetup
16th March 2017, 1h talk, ca. 50 participants

"JavaScript and Node.js - Why the ugly duckling is conquering the world"
Slides on Speaker Deck

FrankfurtJS Meetup
5th April 2017, 30min talk, ca. 40 participants

"Test all the things - A test pyramide for Node.js Mircoservices"
Slides on Speaker Deck

21st June 2017, 45min talk

"Test all the things - Eine Testpyramide für Node.js Mircoservices"