Dr. Bert FreudenbergFreelancing Software Engineer
Latest: Occasionally I post to my facebook wall or twitter stream or github code repository. More often than I update this home page, anyway.
2016: My research group is even larger now: HARC (part of Y Combinator Research). Also, Laura moved in with us
2015: Separated amicably from my wife, am now living alone with my daughter. Note my new address below!
2014: Viewpoints and SAP created CDG Labs, an international research collaboration. I'm still mainly working with them.
2013: Still freelancing, with Alan Kay's Viewpoints Research as my main client, working on Reinventing Computing.
September 2006: I started freelancing. First contract is porting Etoys to the $100 laptop
February 2006: I got elected as board member by the world-wide Squeak developer community. Update (2016): I was re-elected every year ever since.
June 2004: You can call me Dr. Freudenberg now - I defended my PhD thesis with "magna cum laude".
March 2004: Won the Annual Faculty Research Award with four colleagues for our IEEE CG&A "Developer's Guide to Silhouette Algorithms" article.
January 2004: Started working at impara GmbH. We're writing authoring software for children in Squeak: Plopp.
November 2003: Submitted my PhD thesis. The defense is expected to take place early next year.
July 2003: We moved into our new-built home. Please note the changed mail address.
August 2001: Gave my first SIGGRAPH Talk. See my publications.
July 99: We're six now! Our twins Jakob and Sophie were born – for an image look at the family page.
October 98: I got married! And since we chose my wife's name, I'm not longer Bert Schönwälder. No umlauts anymore ...
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