M.Sc. Computer Science
Seeking the challenge
Currently, I'm VP of Engineering at Scalable Capital.
As the first employee of Scalable, I was a major contributor and part of the leading team for the initial B2C wealth management offering in Germany and the UK, the first B2B project with ING Germany, the B2B project with Openbank and the integration of Raisins' savings product. We built a new Neo-Broker from the ground up and then successfully grew the teams working on the product. My passion is to foster a great engineering culture and help others grow.
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Spring Auto REST Docs (Java)
The aim of this extension to Spring REST Docs
is to help you to write even less — both code and documentation. Implemented together with my co-worker Juraj Misur
Heuristics for the Smallest Grammar Problem (Go)
This project provides a hybrid of a max-min ant system and a genetic algorithm that in combination with a novel local search outperforms the state of the art on all files of the Canterbury corpus, a standard benchmark suite.
Implemented during my Master's thesis (winter 2012/13).
OpenStreetMap Routing (Go)
A fast and optimal routing service for cars, bikes, and pedestrians that is based on OpenStreetMap data
and the paper "Customizable Route Planning"
Implemented during a student project in a team of three (summer 2012).
Closure Stylesheets (Java)
Closure Stylesheets is an extension to CSS that is used at Google.
the project during my internship at Google (summer 2011).
A dynamic program analysis that aids finding floating-point accuracy problems.
Implemented as a Valgrind tool during my Bachelor's thesis (winter 2010/11).
Impact of Resource Sharing on Performance and Performance Prediction:
Amir H. Moin
CONCUR 2013 – Concurrency Theory, Lecture Notes in Computer Science
An Effective Heuristic for the Smallest Grammar Problem
Florian Benz and
GECCO '13: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Genetic and Evolutionary Computation
A Dynamic Program Analysis to find Floating-Point Accuracy Problems
PLDI '12: Proceedings of the 2012 ACM SIGPLAN Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation
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