My name is Andreas Schmidt. I am a 2nd semester master student of Computer Science at Saarland University. In addition to that I am a Software Developer and a major amount of my spare time is dedicated to voluntary work for Deutsche Lebens-Rettungs-Gesellschaft (DLRG). Finally, I also enjoy dancing, reading and listening to all kinds of music.





Scripts & Stuff (please note the terms of use)

Archive (some projects I passed to others and those that are no longer online)

  • 2008 - 2014: Plan Aktionsgruppe Saarbrücken (NPO, that raises money for charity projects)
  • Winter 2013: MathOverflow (curve plotting tool)
  • 2010 - 2013: DLRG OG Homburg (administration, editorial)
  • 2008 - 2010: Saarpfalz-Gymnasium (my former secondary school)
  • 2007 - 2010: SPG Informatik (the faculty of computer science at my secondary school)
  • 2006 - 2008: Wäller vom Bärenbrunnerhof (website for a dog breeder)

Education & Work


Back in 2005 I first got in touch with web technologies, which grew up since then (much like I did). So HTML, CSS and JavaScript were my first "programming" languages and I still use them today.

Starting in 2010 I spent more than two years with C# as my primary programming language and XAML for desktop user interfaces.

In 2012 I also started with MATLAB and Mathematica to complete university tasks.

Around May 2013 I discovered node.js and now use it for university projects and my research assistant work. This, together with developing web and mobile applications, broadened my knowledge of JavaScript as a programming language.

I am a huge fan of Visual Studio and use ReSharper for all kinds of refactoring.

If you want to learn more, please check out the projects above.


Here is an abridged list of the textbooks I read over the last few years. I enjoyed reading them very much, so I recommend them wholeheartedly. The list is ever growing and updated from time to time. (alphabetical order)


Since December 2004 I am a member of DLRG. From 2004 to 2009 I did all lifesaving badges and the snorkel diving badge. Now I am giving courses and attending advanced courses and seminars. Currently I am working on the Lehrschein.


From 2010 on, I have spent about five weekends a year at local lakes and water-related events. In 2011 I was in Borkum for one week and took part in ZWRD-K. I completed my Fachausbildung Wasserrettungsdienst in mid 2012 and in September 2012 I passed the coxswain examination.


Back in 2010 I started to teach lifeguarding and swimming to youths, so I am used to organise and conduct one course per season. In addition to that I hold occasional first-aid courses that are associated with the examinations for lifesaving badges and mandatory for our active lifeguards. This is the complete (and growing) list:


Outlandish Post Office

We'll cross that bridge when we come to it

Ride to the Sunset

Crumbling Castles

Over the dunes

Man on the Moon

When I grow up...

Borkum from above

A Fresh Start!

Snow Owl



In the red

Example Frame