Various Writings

Keeping in Sync with Mackup

3 minute read

Do you work on multiple PCs? Do you use a plethora of different tools that in turn use a bunch of configuration files to store their settings? Do you spend w...

Impressions of WeAreDevelopers 2018 - Day III

10 minute read

This is the last post in a three part series about We Are Developers. This one is about day three. Check out the previous posts to learn more about what happ...

Impressions of WeAreDevelopers 2018 - Day II

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This is continuation of the previous post about We Are Developers. I was a bit late on day two and missed Brenda Romero’s talk about how not to fail as a gam...

Impressions of WeAreDevelopers 2018 - Day I

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We Are Developers is one of the largest developer conferences in central Europe and took place between the 16th and 18th of May this year. I was very lucky t...

Using Synology Cloud Station Drive on Arch

2 minute read

I own a Synology Diskstation NAS and use Synology Cloud Station Drive for syncing some documents and configuration files between PCs. Reason being: Dropbox t...

A Simple Guide to the Ducky One

5 minute read

It’s that time of the year again. That time when I remember that I have a blog and maybe should write something now and then. Well here goes.

Raspberry Pi Homeserver - Part 2

4 minute read

I purchased and configured a Raspberry Pi 3 a couple of months ago. Back then, I wrote about some basic set up and future plans. I haven’t had to opportunity...

Pages: Using JHipster and Kotlin and Angular

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I have been working on a small side project for a couple of weeks now. Thematically, it’s nothing too exciting. Just a self-hosted web application to write m...

Raspberry Pi Homeserver - Part 1

3 minute read

I finally folded and bought myself a Raspberry Pi 3. I have been thinking about using one as a media server on my home network for quite some time now. Holid...

Some DOs and DONTs of Public Speaking

4 minute read

This post might be kind of stupid. I’m by no means an experienced public speaker. However, I DID have to do a couple of presentations this past half-year, an...