Johannes Jasper

Hey,
I’m Johannes Jasper, a software engineer, bike enthusiast, coffee nerd, and home-brewer from Berlin.

I currently work at neXenio, where I help building Bdrive, an end-to-end encrypted, zero-knowledge file sync and sharing application.

My main interest as a developer lies in building scalable, well maintainable, and secure service-oriented applications. I currently focus on the lower levels of the stack. I basically work on anything from the API down: from event-based service architectures, the deployment pipeline, down to the infrastructure where I use Docker and Kubernetes. While I have my roots in Python and Ruby on Rails, I mainly target the JVM at the moment using Java and Kotlin with Spring Boot.

I graduated from Hasso-Plattner-Institute where my focus shifted from human-computer interaction to deep learning and natural language processing.
In the course of my studies, I authored and contributed to the following publications:

  1. Jasper, Johannes, Philipp Berger, Patrick Hennig, and Christoph Meinel. “Authorship Verification on Short Text Samples Using Stylometric Embeddings.” In International Conference on Analysis of Images, Social Networks and Texts. Springer, 2018.
  2. Staubitz, Thomas, Maximilian Brehm, Johannes Jasper, Thomas Werkmeister, Ralf Teusner, Christian Willems, Jan Renz, and Christoph Meinel. “Vagrant Virtual Machines for Hands-On Exercises in Massive Open Online Courses.” In Smart Education and e-Learning. Springer, Cham, 2016.
  3. Grundke, Maximilian, Johannes Jasper, Mariya Perchyk, Jan Philipp Sachse, Ralf Krestel, and Mariana L Neves. “TextAI: Enhancing TextAE with Intelligent Annotation Support.” In SMBM, 2016.
  4. Cheng, Lung-Pan, Thijs Roumen, Hannes Rantzsch, Sven Köhler, Patrick Schmidt, Robert Kovacs, Johannes Jasper, Jonas Kemper, and Patrick Baudisch. “Turkdeck: Physical Virtual Reality Based on People.” In Proceedings of the 28th Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software & Technology. ACM, 2015.
  5. Staubitz, Thomas, Jan Renz, Christian Willems, Johannes Jasper, and Christoph Meinel. “Lightweight Ad Hoc Assessment of Practical Programming Skills at Scale.” In Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON). IEEE, 2014.
  6. Schmidt, Dominik, Raf Ramakers, Esben W Pedersen, Johannes Jasper, Sven Köhler, Aileen Pohl, Hannes Rantzsch, et al. “Kickables: Tangibles for Feet.” In Proceedings of the 32nd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM, 2014.
  7. Willems, Christian, Johannes Jasper, and Christoph Meinel. “Introducing Hands-on Experience to a Massive Open Online Course on OpenHPI.” In International Conference on Teaching, Assessment and Learning for Engineering (TALE). IEEE, 2013.