Oracle Technologist of the Year 2011. 17 years of industry experience as IT architect, worked for and on behalf of Oracle, BEA and TIBCO, proven expert in Cloud Computing, SOA, EAI, Java EE. Ph.D. and diploma in computer science, certifications in Apache Cassandra, Apache Spark, TOGAF, Prince II project management, requirements engineering and ITIL, also certified in BEA, TIBCO and SunOne. Certified trainer for Sun, BEA, Oracle. Published author of Middleware and Cloud Computing and WebLogic Server 12c books.
Short C.V. of Frank Munz:
Prior to founding munz & more I worked for BEA Systems and TIBCO as an technical architect and for ConSol GmbH, a high end technical consulting company, as an enterprise architect and director. I acquired, designed, and implemented large-scale Java EE, SOA and event-driven projects in telco, automotive and finance. Also I was consulting and coaching teams based on my experience as a certified trainer on behalf of BEA Systems , Oracle and Sun .
I have over 15 years of professional experience and published three computer science text books and more than 20 scientific articles ranging from high performance computing and the performance prediction and modelling of parallel and distributed algorithms to brain research and oncology.
I hold a Ph.D. with summa cum laude and a diploma in computer science from the Technische Universität München where I spent 4 years in high performance computing, performance prediction and human brain research and cardiology. During that time I designed, implemented and evaluated a medical imaging system that that allowed the detection of much smaller tumors in humans.
This system was used for many years to process the whole clinical data volume of one of the leading university clinics in Germany.
I started my career as a data scientist in the research team of Prof. zur Hausen. Our team won the nobel prize in medicine for linking the HPV virus to cancer in humans. This basic research work led to the development of a vaccine that today already helps to save the lifes 10s of thousands girls and boys.
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I am not looking for a job as a Java programmer (thanks anyway!),
anything else, let me know!