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Kris has been a Senior Security Engineer for web.de from 2003 to 2005, a freemail site in germany with 25 million users at that time. In that function he was responsible to creating and executing the security policy for that site, and in coordinating securiy efforts in all projects.

After aquisition of web.de by United Internet/1&1, he switched jobs, and has been a Principal Consultant in Professional Services of MySQL AB from 2005 to 2008. Here, he was helping customers in Europe and the US with MySQL Performance Tuning and Architecture & Design problems.

When MySQL AB was aquired by Sun, he took up a position as an architect in the Scalability Team at booking.com (a company in the Priceline Group of Companies). He is responsible for growing and managing a MySQL installation with currently a three digit number of servers.


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answered When is it OK to drop the first-person e, as in „Ich hab'“?
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revised What are the differences in punctuation between German and English?
added a few missing letters to fix spelling (and a few underscores, because an edit has to be at least 6 characters *sigh*)
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answered Ist “wegen dir” falsch und nur “deinetwegen” richtig?
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comment What is the difference between “moin” and “moin moin”?
Im Niederländischen ist "mooi" "schön".
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comment Polite alternatives to “Grüß Gott”?
I am 2.02m. Most people are nice. Needing to look up to see the smile tends to set the right frame for a good start. :-)
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answered Schibboleths für verschiedene norddeutsche Regionen?
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answered Polite alternatives to “Grüß Gott”?
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answered Is it still good form to use a capital D for Du or Dir in a letter?
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comment What are informal ways to say “good bye”?
"in Deutschland in der U-Bahn"? Nein. Nur in Berlin.