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From December, 2013 I work as Software Developer at Microsoft Bing in Sunnyvale, California.

Until October 2013 I worked as a Senior Developer at Eurofins in Hamburg, Germany.

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Microsoft Expert Student Partner in German MSP Team.
7x MTA | 17x MCTS | 5x MCITP | 5x MCPD | Azure MCSA | MCT

Email: alaudo@gmail.com

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Dec
26
comment Online Language Tools for advanced learners? Online-Sprachwerkzeuge für Fortgeschrittene?
I can't really test your answer: I applied for the beta immediately after reading your answer but there is no feedback yet from the webpage.
Dec
26
answered What does “halt das Schicksal auf” mean?
Dec
22
awarded  Mortarboard
Dec
22
awarded  Enlightened
Dec
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
22
revised What's the meaning of “Deine Mudda”?
edited body
Dec
22
answered What's the meaning of “Deine Mudda”?
Dec
22
answered German video news with transcription
Dec
21
awarded  Promoter
Dec
21
comment Next step after Rosetta Stone?
@MalcolmFrexner: I used to listen MDR while working in the US, so it works.
Dec
21
answered Next step after Rosetta Stone?
Dec
20
accepted German equivalent for “buzz-in”?
Dec
20
accepted 4711, 08/15 and other numbers with some flair in German?
Dec
19
asked 4711, 08/15 and other numbers with some flair in German?
Dec
15
accepted Speaking German with accent: a status symbol or a sign of being a foreigner?
Dec
15
asked German equivalent for “buzz-in”?
Dec
15
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
14
comment German dictionary with detailed declensions, audio pronunciations, and IPA
Declension is given in the "Grammatik" section, not as a table, but in a shorter form. If you want to see the table, follow the canoo.net link from BeoLingus context menu and from there click on "Wortformen" -- you'll the declension in table form.
Dec
14
awarded  Commentator
Dec
14
comment Speaking German with accent: a status symbol or a sign of being a foreigner?
This is very important point. I am myself not a Russlandsdeutscher (I am even not Russian, after all :) ), but my wife is and it is really a tragedy for many of those people, who were courageous enough to remain Germans in the country where people generally hated this nation after the WWII, to face discrimination almost everywhere, finally manage the way to your Vaterland just to become "Russians" here and again face discrimination, prejustice etc. But still there is a good point in your answer!