Why, hello there!

I'm Jens Ohlig, a software developer and digital citizen. I live and work in Berlin and Bonn in Germany, but mostly on the Internet.

According to Wikipedia criteria I'm not notable, but I believe I'm in good company with that. My interests (and, dare I say: contributions to this world) can mostly be matched with the regular expression /^Hack(er(brause|spaces)?)?(politics)?$/.

I'm currently employed by an organization that asks people to imagine a world in which every single person on the planet is given free access to the sum of all human knowledge.

My heart is a Turing machine. With an Erdős number of 5 and a Bacon number of 6, my Erdős–Bacon number is apparently 11. I love data and data loves me back. Our relationship is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) License.

If you want to send me e-mail, please use PGP/GnuPG. Find my public key with the ID '0xddc45e5ac53dd0fc' (Fingerprint: 874B 555B 6604 F873 4B0A 4B53 DDC4 5E5A C53D D0FC). Use any e-mail address for that key. The e-mail addresses will be visible once you import the key.