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My Crazy, Paranoid, Overly Complicated, but Functioning Way of Storing Information

We live in the age of never-ending information. How should anyone possibly remember anything with so much information bombarding us every day?

Front-End Web Developer & Designer

I work as Front-End Engineer at XING and contributed to a variety of products like Jobs, Mobile, Groups, Profile, SEO and Onboarding.

I love new ideas and helping innovate. I won the XING internal innovation award during the yearly Prototyping Days three times and took part in over 30 HackWeeks. One of my HackWeek projects got into a final product on the XING platform.

Code

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • PostCSS
  • SCSS
  • Sass
  • Compass
  • Performance
  • Responsive Web Design
  • Critical Render Path
  • JavaScript
  • jQuery
  • Browserify
  • CommonJS
  • Ajax
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Ruby
  • Gulp.js

Design

  • Affinity Designer
  • Affinity Photo
  • Illustrator
  • Photoshop
  • Graphic Design
  • Usability
  • Information Architecture
  • User Interface
  • Graphic Design

Agile Methods

  • Scrum
  • Kanban

Misc

  • Git
  • Vim
  • Zsh
  • Bash
  • tmux
  • Jekyll
  • Hugo
  • Apache
  • SEO

Bookworm

I love books, to be precise I love paper books. I can not imagine a living room without shelves of books.

Most likly I inherited this passion from my grandfather, who owned over 4000 books. My books count roughly a 1000. I buy books ahead and my desks are always stuffed with unread books. I like classics, books about philosophy, martial arts, art & desgin, architecture, typography and novels.

Work-related books I read mostly digital, because they get old too fast and don’t look nice in most cases.