March 3, 1994
Born in Gmuend, Lower Austria. I was a sudden and unexpected bundle of joy – that’s how I roll.
First Day in Primary School
September 3, 2000
The young Christopher went on to primary school in the small town of Litschau. Primary school lasts four years in Austria.
Moving on to grammar school
September 6, 2004
4 years of education at the grammar school in Waidhofen an der Thaya. We were extensively taught in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Latin and many other subjects.
“Robo” Wins Award at Prix Ars Electronica
June 16, 2008
My self-built light-following robot was awarded by the Prix Ars Electronica competition in Linz. Robo used photoreceptors to determine the brightest source of light in the vicinity and drove to it automatically.
First Day in Business School
September 1, 2008
The Business School in Waidhofen an der Thaya taught me the commercial side of law, economics, IT, and – among other things – accounting.
Built “Robo 2”
April 15, 2009
Robo 2 was also submitted to the Prix Ars Electronica contest and made it till round 5. Robo 2 was a revival of Robo and was able to calculate the area of a rectangle by automatically detecting and following (=measuring) two sides of a rectangle.
Graduated Business School
May 29, 2013
I graduated Business School (in Austria called “Matura”) in May of 2013 with merit with a specialization in Information Technology.
Started “Software Engineering” at University
October 1, 2013
I started to study “Software Engineering” at the University of Applied Sciences Campus Hagenberg
Moved to Munich
January 26, 2014
After wanting to gain actual insight in the real IT world, I moved to Munich for an internship at a software company for customer support, product management and conceptualisation of new features. I gained a lot of insight which I am still grateful today.
Started “Psychology” at the University of Vienna
October 1, 2014
After having sparked interest in Psychology a lot earlier, I decided to move to Vienna to study at the University.
Internship & Working Student at the University of Vienna
March 1, 2016
My internship at the University of Vienna and my participation as a working student gave me lots of insight in the research field of psychology as well as taught me how to analyze data and prepare them for publications accordingly.
August 1, 2016
lagorial.com was built with Laravel and is around 61,000 lines of code big. It is a product & service search engine to enable small businesses to easily “go online” without having to operate an own website.
Research Assistant at the University of Vienna
October 1, 2016
The University of Vienna, Department of Applied Psychology: Work, Education and Economy offered me a research assistant position for the winter semester of 2016/2017 which I gladly accepted.
Software-Tester at B&M Tricon
December 1, 2016
B&M Tricon is a leading company for automated identification and data registration in the logistics domain. My responsibilities include creating test suites with CasperJS to ensure the highest quality of the software.