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Old 08-05-2018, 09:01 PM
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Default Hello everyone!

I've always been interested in BMW coding but I've never really had the courage to try myself. Lately though, I've been having some issues with a new car that I bought and I thought that this would be a good enough time to learn.

I enjoy tinkering around and figuring out things, especially when these things can make me go really fast.

I speak native-level German it's what I studied in grad school so I'm also happy for some outlet in which I can apply that.


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