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BCs Computing & IT
The Open University (2019-2022)
Heli Aviation (2014-2014)
EASA CPL(H) - Commercial Pilot
Heli Aviation (2012-2014)
I'm a productive programmer with several years of experience in international environments. I'm also a trained professional helicopter pilot and used to work as such. Whenever I was not flying, I worked in the maintenance planning department, where I used the programming knowledge I had at the time to my advantage. In 2018, I realised I enjoyed programming more than what I did flying, and started to study the degree of BS in Computing & IT at the Open University. During my studies, I've been working in parallel, mainly developing booking systems as a web application and some microcontroller programming.
At Peak Helicopter Service(Santorini, Mar 2019-Present)
Operations | IT (Co-Founder)
Development of a booking system using Django (Python).
Setup and operation of a server in a virtual machine (Linux, Nginx, Postgress, Python).
At Breakout Escape Room(Augsburg, Feb 2017-Present)
Managing Director (Co-Founder)
Microcontroller programming mainly using Arduino (C/C++).
Online booking system/shop development (Django, Python)
Part design and 3d printing (Freecad, Cura).
At Heli Aviation / Babcock MCS Germany(Augsburg, Sep 2016-Nov 2018)
Pilot / CAMO Deputy Manager
Data analysis and report automation (SQL, Visual Basic, Python).
Aircraft maintenance planning and tracking.
At Heli Aviation(Augsburg, Sep 2014-Sep 2016)
Pilot / CAMO staff5mos
Co-pilot for positioning flights (Ferry flights).
Data processing and entry for the Airworthiness Department, e.g. update of the status of aircraft components after maintenance.
Monitoring of aircraft maintenance Status.
Refuelling and ground handling of the aircraft.
The bars indicate my self-assessed level of proficiency based on knowledge, how familiar I feel when using the software and how effectively I have used it to tackle real world challenges.