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My 2021 in Review

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The year has almost reached its 100% progress, so it’s time again to take a look back and see what happened especially for me personally so 2021. I have written a monthly review every month (already the second year in a row), so here are the highlights of the past 12 months:

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More than 8 hours until midnight and some people are already lighting firecrackers. And this although there is an extra ban on the sale of firecrackers and fireworks because of Corona. 🤦‍♂️

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About Telegram’s new translation feature

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Telegram is developing updates and new features like crazy, they just released the 12th major update this year. One of the new features is the translation of chat messages from a foreign language to your own.

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My October ‘21 in Review

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The end of the year is approaching and another month is over. With the end of October and today’s time change - which I had briefly forgotten this morning for inexplicable reasons - but already comes a bit of the winter feeling. The last weeks it was sometimes unusually warm, but now the cold season is just around the corner.

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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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