My name is Carsten Saathoff and I am CTO and co-founder of Kreuzverweis, a startup company working on doctivity, a document management tool tailor-made for teams. Previously, we also released Smart Keywording, a web service providing advanced keywording features for digital asset management systems. Sometimes, I like to write about development issues, and this is the blog I use for that. Since I mainly work with Scala, MongoDB and Redis, I will very likely blog about those technologies. Besides developing, I am also responsible for the architecture and the infrastructure. We use continuous deployment, so all our processes are tailored to this approach. I will write from time to time about our experiences with deploying our products continuously. Before becoming an entrepreneur, I was research assistant at the University of Koblenz in the group WeST of Professor Steffen Staab. My main research interests concerned the Semantic Web and Multimedia Technologies. I worked on rich and efficient annotation of multimedia content and on multimedia reasoning approaches. I was mainly interested in integrating automatic and manual methods to improve the access to and management of multimedia content, and to exploit the potential of semantic web technologies in this area. I worked mainly in the projects aceMedia and K-Space. During my studies I worked as a web developer on different projects involving content management and e-commerce solutions based on PHP, Perl and InterShop. I also worked as a student assistant on a project called GERHARD2, a search engine that involved automatic classification of web sites. In that project I worked with Oracle, Oracle PL/SQL, Java and Semantic Web technologies.