I'm Andre Rolfs,
This is my technical blog, here I share my experience.
I love automation and coding.
Now it is December 2016.
For several years I was looking for a project to start, a software to write, which would be needful, something I could really use every day.
The problems were always the same, it was a doom loop :
I was missing experience about how to do the cool things, so I could not start
I did not want to start with something where I already knew how to do it
There are a lot of cool things to learn, but how should I learn new things and start a big new project with using these things without having the feeling that I will never deliver, because it will never be finished, because there is not enough time for it ... since I already have a job?
Maybe this sounds strange, but I think a lot of software engineers have the same problems.
At work I solve my problems by working in a team and I wanted to work in a similar way on my private project CISystem.
I hack my tasks into small pieces, like in a planning session for a SCRUM sprint.
Instead of reporting my progress to a team, I write it down in my blog.
This way of working has helped me a lot and I have spend a lot of hours this year on my project.
These are some topics I have started to learn to implement this year :
This is the current list of languages and tools I am using :