It's not enough knowing something.
What counts is what you make out of it.

Programming Languages

  • PHP - very good
  • Java - very good
  • HTML/XHTML and CSS - very good
  • SQL - very good
  • JavaScript - well-grounded basic knowledge
  • C++ - very good (2*)

Operating Systems

  • Windows, all versions - very good
  • Linux/Unix - well-grounded basic knowledge

Databases

  • MySQL - very good
  • MySQL performance tuning - good to very good

Techniques/Standards/Strategies

  • Object-oriented design - very good
  • Object-oriented programming - very good
  • Subversion - very good
  • TortoiseSVN - very good
  • Hibernate - good
  • Spring - good
  • SpringMVC - very good
  • JSP/JSTL - good to very good
  • Jasper Reports - well-grounded basic knowledge
  • jQuery - good
  • XDebug - very good
  • MFC - very good
  • Google GWT - good (2)
  • XML - very good
  • XSD - good (3)
  • HTTP - very good
  • Ajax - good
  • Magento - basic knowledge
  • Internet security - good

Programming Environments

  • NetBeans - very good
  • Microsoft Visual Studio - very good

Web/Application Servers

  • Apache HTTP Server - very good
  • Apache Tomcat - good
  • Glassfish - basic knowledge

Not used for a long time

  • EJB - good (4)
  • Delphi - good (10)
  • XSLT - good (10)
  • Oracle - basic knowledge (9)
  • Prototype (Ajax framework) - basic knowledge (2*)
  • InstallShield - good (8)
  • BEA WebLogic - basic knowledge (11)
  • T-Pay - good (4)

Spoken Languages

  • German - native Language
  • English - fluent
  • Russian - basic knowledge (15)

Other

  • Image editing - good
  • Typewriting - very good

* If a number is given in brackets, it denotes how many years ago I last used the referring language, product, or technology. My self-assessment refers to the respective time - otherwise to the last twelve months