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On this page I will add and describe my current (and past) projects or howtos.

Order: Most recent to oldest.

Active projects

Are we fucked yet - This is a project with a satirical and dark view about the latest world events. It's showing the doomsday clock ticking down as well as my take on some of the world's current issues. Also implemented a Yes/No voting service for that.

How to manage passwords - Passwords are one of my favourite topics. So I created two Infographics with best practices. One for Developers and one for Users. Also, this page will go a bit more into some details.

Breakeven Calculator - One of my latest projects to easily calculate and plot the Breakeven Point since I use this on a regular basis.

Retrap - To streamline recruiting requests and save time answering them (as well as for the recruiter getting to know if contacting me makes any sense) I created this side-project. Basically, you set up a set of questions and answers via json file which gets rendered to a HTML questionnaire. The page can be presented to recruiters upfront. The answers will be saved and an email notification sent to you. Also contains statistics about the answers.

Inactive projects

Rotate Images - A side-project training my frontend and ideation to production skills. It allows you uploading a picture you want to be physically rotated by EXIF information embedded into the image and immediately getting the rotated image as a result.

Elternrechner - A project I started a few years ago but never got it finished. Still, I'm not willing to let it go and will continue finishing it in the near future since I still like the idea very much: Saving hours of research and filling out forms for new parents while being able to compare different strategies for parenting money (this is a thing in Germany).

Easy Password Handler - The Easy Password Handler project was initiated since I was tired of remembering passwords and at the same time making my passwords and its usage more secure. With that project I implemented a proof of concept where you could easily enter your password in a webservice via overlay directly related to the password input field. This is more convenient since it also generates the passwords (being unique to every service) on the fly without saving any password related data anywhere. This is done by using a Master Password + service specific salt.

Discontinued projects

Linux on Samsung Chronos Laptop - The Linux on Samsung Chronos7 project documents my findings and steps I took to get Linux running on this Laptop. This includes lowering temperature and CPU/GPU usage and therefore the fan noise.

HTPC - Discontinued project about my endeavors with setting up a Linux based Home Theater Personal Computer.