One of the first web sites I was involved in was the translation of DeTeWe's history from a book into HTML-format for a DeTeWe-Intranet in 1996. I used AOLPress 1.2 (see sources) back then.

I have added a style sheet afterwards for the body text because originally this site was constructed exclusively for the IBM browser that came with the first version of OS/2.

This site is in German and the copyright of the information in here is owned by DeTeWe AG.

In 1997 I was asked to take care of a summary report for the WCRE'97 the Working Conference on Reverse Engineering held in Amsterdam that year.

In 2001 I helped the Roggendorf family, who made my time in Siegburg a really great experience, to set up a web presence for their business: Hotel-Restaurant Kasserolle at

This is a no-frills web site perfectly in line with the atmosphere of the Kasserolle itself.

Because we have a lot of friends scattered all over the world, I decided to make a small web site after the birth of our son Boreas in 2002.

This of course is a very playful web site with a lot of pictures.