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I'm just another random german computer science student, who is interested in programming, all types of design (f.ex. game-design or creating unnecessary pictures with Photoshop), video editing or technology in general...
I started programming 8 years ago now with Visual Basic back then. About one year later, I started creating this website with Dreamweaver and some HTML editors followed by experimenting with few game engines and creating some levels, while some of them were actually playable. Then I was very busy with school, so I didn't have much time to complete my projects but I got experienced in some other (programming) languages to create some programs.
...because you can write your own scripts, programs etc. on your own if something doesn't work as you want it to, plus you get like max. security too. Btw I use Ubuntu (Gnome desktop on my notebook, Xfce or Budgie on my Desktop), but I also want to try Arch Linux in the near future ;)
"Some people have told me they don't think a fat penguin really embodies the grace of Linux, which just tells me they have never seen a angry penguin charging at them in excess of 100mph. They'd be a lot more careful about what they say if they had."- Linux Torvalds, 1996
Here's a little overview over my experiences with different programs and languages:
My Linux based home server is my current project I'm working on. I want to use it for mostly data synchronization between my devices such as my notebook, computer and mobile phone.
At first I want to use ansible to automate software and os updates. I want to develop a main platform, based on Ruby on Rails, for my devices to get not only my data synchronized, but to write down articles in a wikipedia like system, based on "mediawiki" to never forget how f.ex. to set up this server. In addition to that, there will be an overview over my ebooks, movies and games on all platforms I use, such as steam or netflix to download them or get to them very easy. With my Raspberry Pi there will be my own Git server to save and synchronize my projects too. Other functions of this platform will be Monitoring the server, important links, main calendar and "To-Do" applications with sync, docker environment for easy rails developing, Python based Desktop applications and much more...
I'm interested to get a much deeper look into Linux servers and related tools like ansible, docker etc. In addition to that I want to learn some Ruby (on Rails), JQuery, Python and android app development with Android Studio/Java. On top I'll have my own universal platform for multimedia, data and knowledge, not to mention the great experience I'll get through the setup process.
It's been over half a year since I used C++. So I decided to restart with it. In the near future, there will be some applications based on C++ available here. Make sure you check for updates. My first application will be a password safe and generator.
Every programers dream is to build their own games. I want to get a closer look into C++ so I decided to restart with Unreal Engine and develop some little 2 or even 3D games. Because of my primary target, the server I will not have much time to start with this, but I'll update this page when there are some pictures or downloads