You appear to have stumbled upon my thoughtspace. Given that you’ve actually arrived at the about page, it is most likely that you either think you know me, or that I’ve written something remotely interesting that made you think “who is this idiot?

In an attempt not to disappoint, I shall abuse this space to write a short autobiography, provide a few pointers to things I like and dislike, and be terribly egocentric in general.

I was born in the summer of 1983, in June, and grew up in the Danish village of Virklund, close to Silkeborg. In 2003, I moved to Ã…rhus to study Computer Science at the University of Aarhus. After completing the first year, I got coerced into applying for a half time job as a system administrator at the department, a job that since got extended to a full time position from July 2008.

My new home in Risskov, a nice flat of 54 square meters, I moved into in the Summer of 2008. Now that I have my own kitchen, I hope to start cooking a lot more, and using the blog for posting about my experiences.

I blog about such varying subjects as cooking, the technologies I work with, political ranting and model airplanes. Use the categories to filter if you like, or see it as an indication of how my mind rambles from time to time.

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  1. Joseph Dung

    Just wanted to say, nice work on the Android front! I will be following your work closely to see what I can learn. Another thing, I tried to email you but the mail bounced back. I got interested in your work in Android because I am currently doing my best to master the SDK and do some startup project. I also got interested in your work because I also visited Arhus last year to attend/present at a Symposium at the Arhus Business School. I also visited Silkeborg in the process. You have one beautiful country full of nice people! Cannot wait to visit Arhus again–maybe do a Phd soon if all goes well.

    Is there another efficient way someone could contact you privately–those of us without ipv6? I wanted to share some thoughts about project.


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