Writing is an invaluable skill that needs to be trained like every other muscle. Writing forces you to think more about a topic, how to express this clearly and enable others to consume your thoughts asynchronously and at their speed. Check out my training progress and thoughts below.
On my newly bought washing machine, a sheet of paper about the used open source projects was attached. In this article we check what it is all about.
Assigning a name to your database connection can lower your time to debug. We provide an overview of how to do this for various database systems and programming languages.
What happened in 2019? Let us look back together and celebrate this incredible year for the Web Engineering Düsseldorf Meetup.
We built our own game show buzzers and organized a fitness sports competition. The athlete pushed the buzzer at the finish to track his time. Here we describe how you can do this as well.
We built our own game show buzzers with the help of a raspberry pi, a 3d printer, and some software. Here is all you need to create your own game show buzzers.
We built our own game show buzzers and played the popular quiz show Jeopardy! with our friends. Here we describe how you can do this as well.
We played the popular Rock Paper Scissors game with 500 people in unter 7 minutes as a energizer game at a tech conference.
A book review on Rework: Change the way you work forever by David Heinemeier Hansson and Jason Fried.
A book review on Atomic Habits: An Easy and Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones by James Clear.
Marty Cagan wrote the product management book ‘Inspired: How to Create Tech Products Customers Love’. This post is my book review after reading it. TLDR: It is excellent!
We have run the Web Engineering Düsseldorf Meetup since 2012. Feedback from attendees is vital to us our improvement. Here are the results from the feedback wall during the Web Engineering Düsseldorf May Meetup.
Homebrew v1.5 changed the way how the PHP programming language packages are installed. This blog post is a small guide on how you migrate your local Homebrew PHP setup while updating to Homebrew v1.5.
We have run the Web Engineering Düsseldorf Meetup since 2012. Feedback from attendees is vital to us our improvement. Here are the survey results of the Web Engineering Düsseldorf Meetup satisfaction survey 2017.
A story about how we learned to overcome pitfalls from redis in production at trivago. Including various lessons learned.
I have been running a local meetup group for over four years. Here, I am summarizing and sharing lessons learned from running a local user group/meetup with you so that you can avoid the same mistakes.
If you want to learn Go(lang) and don’t know where to start, here is a list of five resources on how I learned Go(lang) in a short amount of time.
The open-source project ‘TYPO3-Analytics’ was looking for a new name. This blog post is about how we found the new name Jacobine for the open-source project TYPO3-Analytics.
A new version of the open-source project TYPO3-Analytics (now Jacobine) is out. We released version 0.1.0. We summarize the main changes and provide an outlook for the future.
A personal story on how I found the topic of my Bachelor Thesis by joining a random talk at the biggest tech and open source conference in europe.
The open-source project ‘TYPO3-Analytics’ is looking for a new name. The community has been asked for suggestions. Here are the results.
A new version of the open-source project TYPO3-Analytics (now Jacobine) is out. We released version 0.0.1. We summarize the main changes and provide an outlook for the future.