Hello! My name is Jörg Hau and I'm living in one of the most beautiful parts of Switzerland: Near Lausanne.
I have a university education as analytical chemist, holding a Dr. rer. nat. (Ph.D. equivalent) since 1994. A 14-year career in industrial R&D brought me in touch with a number of very diverse fields: fundamental and applied research, scientific instrumentation, software development, project management, quality management, management, training and coaching.
The experience that I acquired over the years will be of value for more than one company - therefore I founded my own Consulting business, Quality-Coach.ch, in 2009.
Since early 2009, I am also owner of the Swiss branch of pfranc.com, providing plugs and cables - primarily for Garmin GPS receivers - to individuals and to companies.
You can also find me on LinkedIn. I am not on facebook.
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A few questions that I receive pretty regularly:
.tgz. From time to time I get reports that these files "do not open" in Winzip under Microsoft Windows XP; the reason is apparently that either Windows XP or Winzip breaks the filenames if you try to open a file on-the-fly. As a workaround: Right-click on the link, "Save Target as ...", and most important: make sure that the file extension is preserved correctly! You can then open the downloaded file normally (Winzip will probably unpack the
.tarfirst, which you have to unpack further).