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I am a Bioinformatics Database / Software / Web Developer working mainly with Java, MySQL, Perl and JavaScript.

I received my MSc in Computer Science in 2012 for my studies with a strong focus on data mining.

In my spare time, I like to develop highly functional but lightweight applications in Java.

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reviewed No Action Needed Difference between “um” and “umher”
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reviewed Reviewed Explanation of the prefix “er”
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reviewed Edit Saying “Congratulations!” in German
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revised Saying “Congratulations!” in German
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reviewed Reviewed “Schiffen gehen” — regionale Bedeutung?
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reviewed Reviewed Wörter mit selber Bedeutung, aber unterschiedlichen Artikeln
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reviewed No Action Needed Phrase collocation with pronouns
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reviewed No Action Needed “der/die/das” vs “am” superlative in front of a noun
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reviewed No Action Needed How to invertibly transcript german umlauts in ASCII?
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reviewed Looks OK What's the difference between “ein bisschen” and “manchmal”
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reviewed No Action Needed How to translate Fernweh to English?
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reviewed No Action Needed What's the difference between “ein bisschen” and “manchmal”
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reviewed No Action Needed Schlüpfer - regionale Bedeutungsunterschiede
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reviewed No Action Needed Deklination von Eigenname von Orten
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reviewed Close Letter of Intent help
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reviewed No Action Needed Der Genus von »Teil«: Der oder das?
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reviewed Reviewed What is the difference in usage between “Vielen Dank” and “Danke schön”?
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reviewed Reviewed What is the difference in usage between “Vielen Dank” and “Danke schön”?
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comment What is the difference in usage between “Vielen Dank” and “Danke schön”?
I've never heard "Thanks nicely" before. Where did you get that from?