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piskachev/README.md

Hi there, I'm Goran 👋

I'm an Applied Scientist at Fraunhofer IEM! orcid id: 0000-0003-4424-5838

I'm interested in:

  • Static code analysis
  • Application Security
  • Kotlin/Java/Android
  • Machine learning on code
  • Empirical software engineering
  • Open science

Connect with me:

piskachev.com piskachev_ | Twitter piskachev | LinkedIn piskachev | Instagram



Languages and Tools:

Java Kotlin Spring Soot Git GitHub GitLab IntelliJ IDEA Visual Studio Code Scrum OSF






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