Rainer Grimm is a longtime software developer and instructor at science + computing. He invests some of his spare time in writing articles about the programming languages C++, Python and Haskell for the Linux-Magazine.
He often holds training sessions on scVENUS, a system management software by science + computing, and lectures on classical training topics for professional software developers such as design patterns, object-oriented, generic and functional programming.
His old and new passion is the programming language C++11. Last year he published the book "C++11: Der Leitfaden für den Programmierer zum neuen Standard" (Addison-Wesley, ISBN-13: 978-3827330888).