Welcome to Netzmuffel

The word Netzmuffel is a composition of the two german words “Netz” (network) and “Muffel” (grumpy). In general this describes a grumpy person, which is not very happy with the current internet and the technologies, which are used there. In this standing, you have to see this website to make the website and the daily work of developer better with a greater knowledge about newer technologies and concepts.

So if you want to step up your knowledge and your daily programmer life, you should visit this page on a regular basis, because this website tries to be your daily driver for new things, which could be helpful for your next application or your current problem.

The main author @netzmuffel has an educational background for mathematics and computer science in germany, so the posts about the new technologies are well made for the learning purpose. If you have suggestions for better presentations, feel free to write a tweet on twitter (@netzmuffelde).

Concept & Pricing

To make better articles about cutting edge technologies, i needs more time besides my daily job. So if you want to support this website and me, i implement a premium membership for supporter. Any concept of new technologies will be free for anyone. For examples and further explanations, you need a subscription.

Please acknowledge

If you are a student and needs access to any premium content, please contact me and i will provide you free access to the requested resources. If you use some of my work, you needs to make a link to this website.

Plan

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Access to commentary section

Access to premium arcticles

(2 articles per month)

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Access to videos

Access to archive

Bonuses

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Subscriber

(3€/mo)


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Supporter

(5€/mo)


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Access to archive articles via request

Premium

(30€/ 6 mo)


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Getting started

Like any good documentation, i will point you here to your entrypoint for this website. At first, i recommend to start with the False Friends of the programming language python, because you will learn a lot about the implementation details of python.

More about the author

Currently in development:

Projects in the past:

Curriculum Vitae

My name is Peter. After graduating from high school, I first studied Technical Computer Science, but later I changed the course of studies and graduated with a Bachelor of Science. Afterwards I finished my studies with a Master of Education in the subjects computer science, mathematics and educational science. For this reason I now have basic and partly deepened knowledge in (technical, theoretical, methodical and practical) computer science, mathematics (algebra, analysis, stochastics, numerics), educational science, electrical engineering and physics.

The topics of my theses were:

  • Hadoop as a Service
  • Interdisciplinary use of machine learning methods

In the following some of my skills and experiences are listed.

Programming languages

  • Java, Python, PHP, NodeJS
  • HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ajax
  • SQL
  • C / C++ / C#
  • Ruby
  • VHDL

Knowledge

  • agile software development with Git using Confluence and Jira
  • DevOps with Gitlab and Github
  • conception, creation and use of microservices using containerization via docker in Kubernetes
  • Apache2 and Nginx Webserver
  • MySQL and PostgreSQL database servers
  • Visual Studio, Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA
  • machine and static learning using Keras and OpenCV (different models for neural networks, techniques for reducing complexity)
  • Penetration testing using Metasploit and basic knowledge of software security
  • Processing Big Data using Apache Hadoop and Celery
  • Microsoft Windows: XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10

Further knowledge

  • Linux: Debian, Ubuntu, Arch Linux, CentOS, Fedora
  • Network topologies and server maintenance using Ansible
  • Arduino, Raspberry Pi3
  • Latex
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Powerpoint, Outlook, Access, Visio, etc)

Jobs:

  • Internship in a SEO company (6 months)
  • Teaching activity as tutor for computer science I and II (12 months)
  • Collaborator in the DFG-funded project Sciebo RDS at the university WWU Münster

Hobbies

  • Programming (participation in programming competitions (Ludum Dare ’12, BeansJam ’17))
  • Hiking
  • Teaching activities
  • Hacking & Security Research in computer science
  • playing piano
  • flying in a flight simulator
  • building homeservers

past maintained domains:

  • www.ex-geaming.de (2007-2009)
  • www.xtreme-gamers.de (2008-2013)
  • www.play-at.net (2008-2009)
  • www.bloody-network.eu (2009-2011)
  • www.bloody.eu (2009-2012)
  • www.netzmuffel.de (seit 2014)