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I enjoy using my experience to help others. That is why I am active at a number of other sites in the StackExchange network on topics that interest me.

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I'm something of a Swiss army knife both professionally and in private, able to juggle a wild variety of things at once. I've worked in every kind of business that uses software. I'm also very good with tools, both IT and mechanic. Whether you need software design or assembling some IKEA furniture, I'm your man for the job. I'm generally soft-spoken but driven by clear principles.

I'm a twin, I've lived in five countries, I speak four languages fluently and two more embarrassingly. Also, being a father routinely develops my patience which is useful for moderating on StackExchange too.

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Oct
18
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
3
comment Mein Name ist Hase
Thanks for the reminder! I thought I already had done so.
Jun
3
accepted Mein Name ist Hase
May
30
awarded  Teacher
May
30
comment Mein Name ist Hase
Fabelhaft, herzlichen Dank! Das hatte ich nicht erwartet.
May
30
comment Wer ist der “wahre Jacob”?
Also darum heisst es auch Jakobsweg und der geht quer durch Europa nach Spanien!
May
30
asked Mein Name ist Hase
May
30
answered Golf Club Proper Names
Apr
7
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
18
awarded  Yearling
Nov
7
awarded  Quorum
Nov
7
asked Was bedeutet “w.o. geben”?
Aug
16
comment Is there a difference between “Schuld haben” and “schuld sein”?
Makes me think of the management phrase, We didn't say it was your fault. We said we're going to blame you.
Aug
16
comment Are “Schmankerln” always Bavarian?
Not sure about Bavarian, but in Austrian we also use the word to denote "goodies" when used to make a deal more attractive - so it's not exclusively about food even though food is the origin.
Jun
17
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
17
awarded  Scholar
Jun
17
accepted Was ist der Unterschied zwischen “Worte” und “Wörter”?
Jun
17
comment Was ist der Unterschied zwischen “Worte” und “Wörter”?
Die "Formel" am Ende ist genial weil einfach zu merken. Danke!
Jun
17
comment Wie schreibt man Umlaute und scharfes S auf nichtdeutschen Tastaturen?
Minor nitpick: It's actually not Shift+Alt but rather Alt+Shift: first press and hold Alt, then press Shift once, then release Alt. The other way round doesn't work.
Jun
17
awarded  Student