1. btconf2017 20.05.2017

    Hi, three long years after my first #btconf, my second took place in Düsseldorf early this week from 15th to 17th of May 2017. I arrived with a colleague on Sunday afternoon and with us real ☀️ weather. We checked in, waiting for other friends to arrive and then our target for the Sunday evening was the kickoff event at Sipgate. Kickoff Event @ Sipgate I really enjoyed my first Düsseldorf 🍺 and meeting a lot of people from my timeline there in person.

  2. CSS Quantity Queries 16.02.2017

    Hi, today I want to talk about a handy CSS snippet for day to day usage. The CSS Quantity Queries! How to use? I don’t want to give you the full background or insight into those. Especially as Heidon Pickering has done this already in a great A List Apart article. Let’s say you have an unordered list <ul> <li>1st</li> <li>2nd</li> <li>3rd</li> </ul> you want or need to style somehow different depending on the quantity of list items in it.

  3. HTTP/2 Talk by Christian Schaefer (German) 26.12.2016

    Christian Schaefer or better known as @derSchepp on Twitter did a great summing up talk at the Microsoft - Technical Summit 2016 a few weeks ago about the HTTP protocol history and the newest baby — HTTP/2 — in special. You can watch the video below, but I’m sorry for the non-german readers… the talk was given in German by Christian as it is his native language and the summit took place in Darmstadt.

  4. Serviceworker 12.12.2016

    As you are seeing this Service Workers are running successfully in the background of this website. Hooray 🎉

  5. Mistakes I made #01 - Array.prototype.indexOf 20.11.2016

    Today I want to talk about a misconception about Array.prototype.indexOf I came across a few days ago. What is it doing? The indexOf() method returns the first index at which a given element can be found in the array, or -1 if it is not present. (MDN) So this is pretty simple to understand, right? … Nope! Not for me as my mistake will show you. Playing around with it So here are some examples:

  6. Hello again... 12.11.2016

    Place for thoughts and ideas This is my first try since years to build up my own place to publish my ideas, thoughts on. Further on it serves as a playground for me as a webdeveloper to test out ideas. One idea is to progressively enhance this blog on the long run as a side project. So I “[…] start by establishing a basic level of user experience that all browsers will be able to provide when rendering […], but […] also build in more advanced functionality that will automatically be available to browsers that can use it.