Hello! My name is Matthäus Mayer. I'm a full-stack developer and DevOps engineer based in southern Germany. I am extremely passionate about developing robust and modern applications. Overall, I'm an IT and technology enthusiast and love to live in a digitalized world. Currently, in 2019, I start contracting and freelancing beside my day job to gain experience in this field and to boot up the business.
I started learning C in 2001 when I was 16 years old and continued with PHP, HTML and CSS. The first major completed project was an asset management web application in 2003 while I completed my apprenticeship at Hewlett-Packard. Since then, I have studied Business Informatics up to my Master's degree and have been employed as a software developer and DevOps engineer.
Technical Interests & Focus
I went through the stages of a full-stack developer from building desktop applications, backends and web frontends until I concentrated on fully automated development workflows and continuously integrated and deployed cloud-native systems. I enjoy learning new frameworks, libraries, programming philosophies and concepts and love to get feedback to constantly improve. This experience and a quick grasp allows a variety of uses for my skills.
Technically, I focus on Golang, Java or PHP for the backend or desktop part and React (ES5/6) for frontend. In past and current projects I have great success with Docker, Kubernetes and Infrastructure as Code at the operations part.
Most of the time I work in IntelliJ IDEA and with the bash command line with iTerm2. I enjoy their features, integration, reliability and speed. For ad-hoc editing I use Visual Studio Code. In the past I have used Eclipse a lot.
For some time now I have been following the premise of Josh Kaufman's 20 hour rule, which, in my opinion, is a great way of putting pragmatism into practise and bringing me to my current situation. In addition, this opens up the possibility of solving problems and iteratively improving whatever comes out.
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