My interest is the area of Requirements Engineering, Systems Integration & Software Engineering in tourism organizations in general and the cruise industry in particular. As a certified professional for requirements engineering (Advanced Level), I hold a 'Black Belt' in model-based Requirements Engineering.
My interests are located at the intersection between cruise tourism, business processes, enterprise integration patterns, model-driven requirements engineering, software engineering, and technology acceptance. I have been educated in a broad range of quantitative and qualitative skills at three European universities.
My work or work that I have contributed to has been published in peer-reviewed and renowned journals within the respective fields.
I am fluent in German, English, and Swedish. In addition, I am more or less fluent in UML 2, Python, Kotlin, Groovy, Java, Scala, Elixir, and a range of SQL dialects.
I consider myself a 'full-stack business analyst'. I possess a wide range of skills from requirements engineering, software engineering, business analysis and project management methodologies. I started writing code when I was 12 - the time I got my first Mac with HyperCard.
I have learned to dynamically deal with shifting priorities and expectations in uncertain environments.
My work or work that I have contributed to has been published in peer-reviewed and renowned journals within the respective fields. I have been educated in a broad range of quantitative and qualitative skills at three European universities. I also do side projects, mostly to scratch own itches and stay on top of current technologies.