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Christoph Habersatter
Game and Software Engineering
About me

My name is Christoph Habersatter (Born 91) and I'm a game and software developer. I did study a type of media information technology course at University of Applied Sciences Salzburg, Austria. On this website I'd like to tell you something about who I'm and what skills I have, if you have still some more questions about me which aren't listed on this website, please don't hesitate to contact me.



Work

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Software Engineer at eurofunk since 2016
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Intern-Dev at Skilltree in Berlin 2015


Education

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After the graduation of the commercial highschool where I received the A-Level, I began a 3 year study of media information technology, which is called MultiMedia Technology. In this bachelor degree course, I acquire skills in programming, mathematics, computer graphics, software project management and much more.


Me

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Motivation

Since I was sixteen I began to learn by myself to code and modify computer games. I believe that games are a great medium to entertain people, they give the user much more freedom and decisions than any other medium I know. I love to play them but developing is even much more fun for me. I also started creating apps for iPhones, VR experiences and some native desktop apps for Windows. With my fundamental knowledge of University of Applied Sciences, Salzburg, Austria I found my passion to code games and software.


More about game dev:

I had the opportunity to do a great internship in Berlin at 'killtree' and got an idea how the industry of making games works. I met many interesting and facinating people and recognized how much effort people bring into their projects. Nowadays I still visit many events like game-jams, meetups and conferences. I also do some private work in my spare time to increase my knowledge. I am working with Uneeal Engine 4 (C++/Blueprints) and Unity3D (C#).


More about software dev:

Now, at 'eurofunk' I learn to write more safe code with high responsibility. That is because I work in a field where systems rescue lifes. Every dispatcher and person who needs help counts on our applications. I do have good problem solving skills which help me to create suitable solutions within less time and under pressure. I have a good knowledge of data structures, Object Oriented designs and relational databases. I'm familiar with several programming languages(C++, C#), and got in touch with agile development.