I’m very lucky that some people contributed to my github repositories, in some cases even significant portions of code. But the most parts of the libraries I maintain are written by me. So why is it, that I try to write good comments and good commit messages, even if I might be the only one[…]
Holy crap, last post was a 2017 wrap up and it is October already. So a lot has happened over the last couple of month that I did not blog about but hopefully will in the near future. But I gave two talks at this years IPC in Munich and thought this is a good[…]
Inspired by Holger Woltersdorf and his post on the 24 days of December website I thought I could write a little thank you note. At least it is the time of the year to get all warm and fuzzy, so let’s do this.
Over the last couple of weeks I did a talk about Codesmells and Refactoring at the International PHP Conference, the PHP user group Dresden and the PHP user group Munich.
At the PHP User Group Munich in March I presented a talk called “Automate all the things”. Its an introduction into automation with Ansible, Ant and Jenkins. It’s basically about setting up servers and deploying your application to different environments by just pushing a button. The talk was recorded and is available on YouTube so have fun 😉
Yesterday I gave a talk at the PHP User Group in Mannheim.
Over the last couple of month, my Twitter feed recurrently showed me tweets like “If you feel safe releasing on Mondays, why don’t you on Fridays” or “If you can’t release on a Friday you can’t release at all”. I didn’t like the tone of this tweets, and they felt wrong.
This week I gave two talks at the International PHP Conference & webtech Conference in Munich.