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My August ‘21 in Review

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Actually, I had planned to write my monthly review only tomorrow, but it would be stupid to interrupt this routine. So here is a short overview of what was going on in August:

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My July ‘21 in Review

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Now the end of July has already arrived. Another month over, another monthly review to read.

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To all of you who use Miniflux to follow my JSON feed: My (first) real contribution to Miniflux fixes the problem. 🤓

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My May ‘21 in Review

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And the next month is over, May. What happened? From my point of view not very much.

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It seems that Deutsche Bahn has finally improved their on-board WiFi. 👍 It’s actually usable, even for programming over SSH with Visual Studio Code. Sometimes the connection is a bit slow, but we are also going through tunnels.

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Will Windows become Open Source?

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Microsoft’s open source strategy is interesting. Microsoft currently publishes 3836 repositories on GitHub. By chance I came across the following new repository: Extensible Storage Engine. It is published under the MIT License.

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Winter walk

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It’s freezing cold outside after it snowed on Friday. But perfect weather for a winter walk.

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My January ‘21 in Review

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And now the first month of the new year is already over. On the one hand, time passes quickly, but somehow it doesn’t. Due to lockdown and the limited possibilities to do something outside, one day is like the other, one week like the other.

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My 2020 in Review

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Last year I first had to think about what happened in each month for my year in review. This year it’s a bit easier, because since the beginning of the year I wrote a monthly review in German as well as in English.

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“My Adventures in Leaving Big Tech – A Status Update”

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Chris Wiegman shared a status update about his journey to replace big tech with small tech.

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