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ndrsllwngr/README.md

Hi there 👋

  • 👨‍🎓   I'm pursuing a Masters' degree of Computer Sciences at LMU Munich, Germany
  • 👨‍💻   I'm working at Celonis (Process Mining) as Junior Software Engineer (Core - Event Collection department)
  • 🌱   I’m currently deepening my knowledge in Java, Rust and Node.js
  • 🚀   Tech4Germany alumni (Engineering Fellow 2018)
  • 😄   Pronouns: he/him

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  1. P2P application based on Chord algorithm (by MIT) in Rust. High-level languages: Rust - Group project (2018/2019)

    Rust 4

  2. Testing Interaction Scenarios - Classified Information System (CIS). High-level languages: Prolog - Group project (2019/2020)

    Prolog 3

  3. Minesweepskell - a fun(ctional) Web Minesweeper written in Haskell. Advanced Functional Programming - Group project (2020)

    Haskell 4

  4. YouTube Party Mode - written in Scala(.js). High-level languages: Scala - Final version of the entire project "scalable" (2017/2018)

    Scala 3

  5. Improve your posture with BodyPose. Affective Computing / Empathic Artificial Intelligence - Group project (2019/2020)

    JavaScript 3

  6. The Settlers of Catan in Java. Practical course software engineering (SEP - Softwareentwicklungspraktikum), main project

    Java

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Activity overview
Contributed to ndrsllwngr/ffp, ndrsllwngr/knowledgebase, ndrsllwngr/swh and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

June 2021

Opened 1 issue in 1 repository
ndrsllwngr/andreasellwanger.com
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164 contributions in private repositories Jun 1 – Jun 23

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