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Find more information about the initial spark and inspiration to this blog in the "About"-section.Read more
The logo was inspired by the nine-dots-problem. This problem asks you to connect all the nine dots with just four lines. One solution to this problem is visualized in the slider on the landing page. What I love about this problem that it forces you tRead more
I am currently not offering any form of consulting. Additionally, I am working in a quite demanding day job already. However, feel free to share your wishes with me and I will see what I can do about them.Read more
The content might be interesting to international and foreign students coming to Germany, too. That is why I did not want to exclude anybody due to choice of language.
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