This is a list of commercial projects I've been involved in.
|09/2008 - 11/2008||
Multitouch driver developmentDeveloped drivers (bluetooth device scanning, audio data transfer) for the InteracT Multitouch table. This table was installed in the 4010-Store of the German Telekom (T-Mobile) in Berlin.
(Another report about this project (in German))
|08/2008 - 10/2008||
e-Paper Conference TableLeader of a team developing embedded software for the Wilkhahn's e-Paper Conference Table. This table was presented on the OrgaTec exhibition 2008 in Cologne, Germany.
|04/2005 - 04/2009||
mediaTUMDeveloper in a team setting up a central campus-wide repository for research and thesis papers, image collections and videos. Lead role in open-sourcing and promoting the software, which is now used by a number of other universities and institutes in Germany.
|11/2004 - 03/2005||
myAOLDevelopment of a Web Content Management System ("myAOL") for AOL, which enables users to share information and files more easily.
|05/2003 - 11/2004||
HP Connect OnlineHP Europe: Developer in a distributed team migrating HP's centralized reseller platform "Connect Online" from a proprietary legacy software to J2EE.
|08/2004 - 01/2008||
DigipaperContracted to write the server side of a document management and conversion software (www.digipaper.fi), which is now used by most of the major Finish newspapers for online publishing.
|03/2003 - 05/2003||
PowerConverterContracted to develop a h.263 video codec from scratch. This codec is used in the commercial product "PowerConverter" from PresentationPro, which allows to convert Powerpoint presentations to web-based Flash animations.
|01/2003 - 03/2003||
Desktop RecorderContracted to enhance a Windows deskop+audio recorder for Uniperson, Inc. WFC based C++ application, which was crosscompiled from a Linux system. This project required familiarizing myself with a large C++ project in a very short timeframe.
|07/2000 - 11/2000||
Gambas AGContracted to develop the game "Surfer's Paradise" for CompuServe. They used this game to set up a "online surfing" contest, with a number of prices (like two BMW motorcycles) distributed to the lucky winners.
|05/2001 - 12/2002||
mobileX-kBase and mobileX-IVRLead Developer of "mobileX-IVR" (which was later Open-Sourced as "Caiviar"), an Text-To-Speech capable ISDN Callcenter Application. Lead Developer of "Epsody", an online paymentsystem and shopping platform.
|04/1999 - 12/1999||
3Box Unified MessagingContracted to migrate the "3Box" Unified-Messaging-System from Windows to Linux. The modularized migration required a rewrite of several components, like GSM modem drivers, Fax drivers and network protocol implementations (NNTP, eMail).