Bushbuck: Global Treasure Hunter and Commander Keen 4: Secret of the Oracle, he started getting curious about how to actually make the computer do whatever he wanted. After taking a weekend programming course for teenagers, he bought his first compiler, Turbo Pascal 6, which came on 4 floppy disks as a bonus to a programming book. And that’s how the journey started.

After finishing university in Germany and Los Angeles with a degree in Economathematics and Mathematical Finance, he started working full-time as a software developer. First with Java and the Spring Framework, then with Ruby on Rails, and nowadays with Node.js and CoffeeScript on the backend, and Ember.js or Polymer Web Components on the frontend.

"> Bushbuck: Global Treasure Hunter and Commander Keen 4: Secret of the Oracle, he started getting curious about how to actually make the computer do whatever he wanted. After taking a weekend programming course for teenagers, he bought his first compiler, Turbo Pascal 6, which came on 4 floppy disks as a bonus to a programming book. And that’s how the journey started.

After finishing university in Germany and Los Angeles with a degree in Economathematics and Mathematical Finance, he started working full-time as a software developer. First with Java and the Spring Framework, then with Ruby on Rails, and nowadays with Node.js and CoffeeScript on the backend, and Ember.js or Polymer Web Components on the frontend.

"> Bushbuck: Global Treasure Hunter and Commander Keen 4: Secret of the Oracle, he started getting curious about how to actually make the computer do whatever he wanted. After taking a weekend programming course for teenagers, he bought his first compiler, Turbo Pascal 6, which came on 4 floppy disks as a bonus to a programming book. And that’s how the journey started.

After finishing university in Germany and Los Angeles with a degree in Economathematics and Mathematical Finance, he started working full-time as a software developer. First with Java and the Spring Framework, then with Ruby on Rails, and nowadays with Node.js and CoffeeScript on the backend, and Ember.js or Polymer Web Components on the frontend.

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Christoph Wagner

Freelance Software Developer

About Me

Christoph discovered his passion for computers at a young age, when his dad bought his first PC in 1994. It was a Intel 386 processor with 4 Megabytes of RAM and a whopping 250 MB hard drive.

After annoying his parents by spending way too much times playing games such as Bushbuck: Global Treasure Hunter and Commander Keen 4: Secret of the Oracle, he started getting curious about how to actually make the computer do whatever he wanted. After taking a weekend programming course for teenagers, he bought his first compiler, Turbo Pascal 6, which came on 4 floppy disks as a bonus to a programming book. And that’s how the journey started.

After finishing university in Germany and Los Angeles with a degree in Economathematics and Mathematical Finance, he started working full-time as a software developer. First with Java and the Spring Framework, then with Ruby on Rails, and nowadays with Node.js and CoffeeScript on the backend, and Ember.js or Polymer Web Components on the frontend.