- 02/2009 - now: Technical lead for Deltek's offshore team in Kiev, Ukraine. My main task has been the design and implementation of central parts of the Deltek Maconomy 2.0 ERP product. The client is written in Java and it is based on the Eclipse Rich Client platform. Other major tasks: Writing and reviewing of design documents, code reviewing and hosting seminars on clean code and object oriented programming and design.
- 08/2004 - 02/2009: Software developer for Deltek (previously Maconomy) in Copenhagen. The first two years I was part of the team that developed the Swing based Maconomy client. The last two years I took part in the design process and development of the next generation client technology for the Deltek Maconomy 2.0 ERP product.
- 06/2003 - 06/2004: Software developer for
E.B.S. Business Software, Quito,
Ecuador. Task: Conversion of an existing client-server application to
native Internet technologies. The client-server application was human
resource software written in PowerBuilder and it was converted into a
web solution (Java/XML/XSLT) using XMLSP Manager.
- 03/2003 - 05/2003: Research assistant at the IT University of Copenhagen,
Denmark. Task: To improve the XML Store system, perform experiments
and prepare a paper for submission. The paper gives an overview of the
XML Store system and furthermore describes enhancements of the network
communication and other improvements.
- 06/1998 - 04/2002: Software developer for WS Atkins Denmark. Tasks: Development
of database systems in MS Access and MS SQL Server and development of
Intranet solutions in ASP and Visual Basic (Student job).
- 02/2000 - 08/2000: Software developer for The Quality-of-Life Research
Center. Task: An Internet based questionnaire developed in Visual
Basic, MS Access and Java Script (Alternative for a military
- 02/1995 - 06/1998: Archivist and proofreader at The National Encyclopedia of Denmark
Potentially useful information
Tine Thorn , Mikkel
Fennestad and Anders Baumann: A
distributed, value oriented XML Store (PDF). Supervisor:
Professor Peter Sestoft.
The thesis describes the design and implementation of a distributed,
peer-to-peer filesystem for storing XML documents. There are two main
- Working with XML: The most widespread ways of working with XML
(SAX and DOM) are naive and unable to handle common situations
such as manipulating a large document and at the same time offer a
rich API. The thesis presents a better way of working with XML
- Distributed systems: Distributed systems are becoming more
and more important with the increasing expansion of the Internet. One
of the most exciting developments in distributed applications is the
peer-to-peer architecture, that due to its decentralized nature makes
very scalable and fault tolerant applications possible.
Projekt home page
The paper A peer-to-peer, value
oriented XML Store (PDF) gives an overview of the XML Store
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