Topic: consulting

  • Event-Driven Continuous Integration & Delivery

    December 2nd, 2020 717 Words

    The more complex your application and architecture becomes, the more complex your deployment process usually gets. Most people and engineering teams only think about pipelines as a fix path of actions, that need to happen in a specific order. That’s true, no questions about that. But your process for Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery does not need to be a monolith!

  • About Diversity and an inclusive work spaces

    German September 25th, 2020
  • AWS re:Invent 2019 Recap & Videos

    December 15th, 2019 364 Words

    I was able to attend the AWS re:Invent 2019 conference. A week full of learning about current and new technologies, services, and general approaches is definitely overwhelming. There is no much content available, during the conference, and as videos and slide decks afterwards. I tried to list my favourite talks. There are way too much of them.

  • CloudFormation Best-Practices

    May 1st, 2019 573 Words

    You can find plenty of frameworks and tools to provision your AWS resources. Some of them do a great job for a specific purpose, others are more generic. Nevertheless, I do prefer to use native CloudFormation templates as much as possible.

  • 68% Mechanical Keyboard with

    January 27th, 2018 74 Words

    With the content on, you can build your own custom 68% Mechanical Keyboard! Sounds great, right? You will find all information about the needed Circuit Board, Aluminium Case, and modified TMK firmware on the project’s site.

  • In Software, you don't plan for the Happy Path

    January 10th, 2017 335 Words

    It’s a recurring task in software development to forecast the amount of time something will take. There are Roadmap Meetings, Sprint Planning Meetings or even the spontaneous estimates you must provide in the hallway. All of them require you to pull out your divining rod and predict the future.