Hi, I'm Janu._

I study Computer Science at RWTH Aachen.

I passionately develop software in my free time and like to implement my own ideas.

I am currently working as an Implementation Consultant at e-dynamics.

I teach programming to primary school students voluntarily with IT4Kids.

I run the entertainment podcast Stupid Fruity Podcast in my screen-free free time.


Some of my skills and favorite technologies I use

Database systems, tools and other technologies I am familiar with:

Teamwork Communication Empathy

Analytical and networked thinking

Result and goal orientation

Decisiveness and judgment


Problem-solving skills

Planning strength
Project management
Priority setting


Professional Experience

Implementation Consultant, e-dynamics GmbH May 2023 - Present
Software Developer, Velocity Mobility GmbH Jan 2023 - Apr 2023
Data Engineer, Küchenheld Jul 2021 - Oct 2022
Software Internship - Resilience Engineering of Software Landscapes, KISTERS AG Oct 2020 - Mar 2021
Internship in Web Development, wysiwyg* software design gmbh Jun 2012 - Jul 2012

Certificates and Awards

Google Analytics Certification, Google Digital Academy (Skillshop) June 2023 Proof
Back End Development and APIs, freeCodeCamp January 2022 Proof
Design Thinking in a Nutshell, SAP January 2022 Proof
JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures, freeCodeCamp September 2021 Proof
Build Better Products with a Human-Centered Product Backlog, SAP August 2021 Proof
"Highly Commended" at Level-Up Society Hackathon,ShowCode July 2021 Proof


Course Instructor, IT4Kids Since October 2022 More Info
BeBuddy Mentor for international students, RWTH Aachen July 2022 - January 2023 More Info
Inspirer, Hacker School October 2021 - September 2022 More Info

Professional Literature

Professional books I have read and found valuable

Digital Transformation of the Organization

Digital Transformation of the Organization: Fundamentals, Methods and Practical Examples of Digital Corporate Development, Kai Reinhardt, 2020

The fascinating book by Kai Reinhardt sheds light on the foundations and applications of digital transformation in organizations. The principles, processes, and practical examples presented in the book have broadened my understanding of successfully implementing digital strategies and adapting organizations to the constantly changing technology landscape. These insights have strengthened my skills in digital strategy development and change management, helping me identify new ways to optimize business processes and achieve competitive advantages in the digital world.

The Manager’s Path

The Manager’s Path: A Guide for Tech Leaders Navigating Growth and Change, Camille Fournier, 2017

Coming Soon…

The Design of Everyday Things

The Design of Everyday Things, Don Norman, 2013

“The Design of Everyday Things” by Don Norman is an influential book that emphasizes the importance of user-centered design in our everyday lives. The principles discussed, such as affordances, signifiers, and feedback, have greatly impacted my understanding of intuitive and functional design. These insights have enhanced my ability to approach design challenges from a user’s perspective, ultimately leading to the creation of more effective and accessible products and experiences.

Lean Startup

Lean Startup, Eric Ries, 2011

“Lean Startup” by Eric Ries is a groundbreaking book that has revolutionized the approach to founding and scaling businesses. The key concepts such as the “Minimum Viable Product” (MVP), continuous learning, and validated learning have profoundly shaped my thinking regarding product development and business growth. These insights have deepened my understanding of efficient processes and goal-oriented decision-making in the business environment, providing me with valuable perspectives for collaborating in dynamic teams.