About

Hi, my name is Ruediger Gad. In my spare time, I develop and work on quite a number of Open Source projects.

This blog is intended as a central place where I put information such as links etc. about this work. I hope you consider the information presented on this site as useful.

Feedback is always highly appreciated. No matter if you have suggestions, spotted some errors, or just want to say “Hi”, feel free to contact me anytime, e.g., via e-mail to: r.c.g@gmx.de :)

For the sake of completeness: I work as research assistant at the University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt am Main in Germany. At the same time, I am also a PhD student at the Universidad de Cádiz in Spain.

I decided to apply the well-established software engineering principle of (code) reuse and simply use my name for this site. ;)

My private address is:

Ruediger Gad
Martin-Luther-Str. 16
61118 Bad Vilbel
Germany

I believe this is needed in order to obey to some German regulations.

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One Response to About

  1. e8hffff says:

    Thanks Ruediger for your works!

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