I believe in (computer) science and in all the good things it has brought us and will bring in the future. I am proud to be a part of that. Maybe it was John Connor in T2 movie hacking the ATM with an Atari Portfolio (so noble) or my first visit to Technisches museum Muenchen, but I knew I wanted to learn the computer stuff. In the meantime I fell in love with museums and later founded one in Ljubljana. I got the Prince of Persia cheat codes and remember them to this day - I was never any good at playing computer games but still wanted to have my own computer.
When I was young(er) I used to imagine, write and read adventure stories, got lost in Jules Verne’s and similar worlds. I am still a dreamer and believe in unicorns, dragons and Totoro. I am fascinated by space exploration but I realized quite early I am no Ripley or Princess Leia and am very happy to stay on Earth.
Today I have a chance to share these adventures, knowledge and maybe even some programming skills with my son and through computer museum all others interested. My professional interests and challenges are ensuring data quality, building data pipelines, data warehousing and data integration. I would never skip an opportunity to fight a data swamp monster.
Quicquid conaris, quo prevenias, cogites. (Publilius Syrus)