Studied media management with a major in internet management and then worked as a freelancer in the trade fair marketing sector. Since the beginning of 2015 back to the roots and responsible at Marketing Factory as a project manager for clients with a focus on e-commerce.
Since 2004 freelancer member of the frontend team with a focus on TYPO3 integration. When she's not sitting at the computer creating websites, she is either a passionate geocacher on her bike in the woods or can be found in her painter's studio in a community of artists.
"Mr. Fix-It" likes to impose his will on software and hardware. Speaks fluent meme and picdump. Responsible for development and technical design at Marketing Factory.
On board since 1998 and therefore – as was usual at the time – a typical career changer. As managing director and shareholder responsible for finance, organization and new business. Lives near Cologne and still regularly comes to work in Duesseldorf.
Completed training as IT specialist for application development and ended up in web development. Working with PHP and Shopware most of the time.
Fluent in TypoScript, php and sql; knows perl and bash and has very basic knowledge in java. Joined in 1996 and is meanwhile as managing director responsible for development, operation and hosting of our products. Articles in this blog cover technical and sustainable topics.
Since the workshop in Velen he bears the title “The Intern” with dignity. It sounds funny, but that's the way it is. After all, he is currently completing his internship at Marketing Factory as part of a retraining program to become an application developer. Originally studied something with humanities and is therefore allowed to write blog posts.
Interests & majors: literature & composition – working at MFC since 2015 as a senior project manager with an editorial background.
Part of the MFC frontend team, TYPO3 rookie, cyclopath and analog photography enthusiast 📷
Standing somewhere between the front-end and back-end. With a soft spot for usability and documentation. Always on the lookout for good practices.