Okay, first toot.
I'm a spatial data scientist who will hopefully receive his master's degree in early 2023.
I was obsessed with Palaeontology throughout my youth, though I loved pretty much everything revolving around natural and technical sciences, then switched over to Geology when that was the only option to even get in contact with Palaeontology in Germany. Had to drop out though because I failed my math exams.
Switched over to another college studying Geomatics and fell into love with the handling of spatial data, and took a personal liking to old and ancient maps.
After receiving my Bachelor's I had a hard time finding a job, so I worked a brief time as a surveyor.
I was looking for a job when Covid struck, making things a lot more difficult, so I decided screw this, back to university, hence starting my master's program. Joined an IT company through my friend and stuck with the awesome people here throughout the past year, and I hope I will be able to continue to do so once I'm finished.
In my free time I love to read, play video games, host ttrpg sessions, and cook. I also teach self defense classes and host self defense and violence prevention courses at schools and offices.
Currently trying to turn my life around, and stop trying to romanticise eidetic memorization of stuff and turn it into something of a success story for my life, while trying to hold my impostor syndrome, self-doubt, and dread of having missed out in life because of it in bay.
With the stress of my thesis and life choices looming above me, expect a lot of confused screaming on my end ✌️
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