Hello there, I'm Kevin!

I'm a full-stack developer from Austria 🇦🇹.

I'm passionate about modern web- and software development, learning and trying out new things, and blogging about it. I believe that software development is a kind of art - and I'm on a journey of becoming a better artist.


October 27th


Linux Mint





Born in 1990, I've spent more than half my life working with numerous programming languages, technologies, and development tools. Ever since I've been a child I like to understand the "Why?" and "How?", hence spending (probably way too much) time in front of computers trying to extend my knowledge and become better at whatever I do.

Blogging has always been a fun way to improve my technical skills. I can't just post things I'm not certain about - every* post requires further investigation, additional reflection, and a reasonable amount of certainty in terms of quality before hitting that "Publish" button.

If you want to master something, teach it.
Richard Feynman

Outside the world of software, it's likely to find me playing games or spending time with my family and friends.

* = Mostly. If you think I'm spreading nonsense please get in touch with me and let's talk about it!

The blog

With my first post was published somewhere around 2004 (when I had no idea what I was doing) my blog has gone through multiple iterations regarding its content, name, and logo.

I've used a wide variety of blogging engines, including custom ones, WordPress, or a static site with Gatsby. Currently, the blog runs on Ghost hosted on Uberspace.

Projects What I've done

Skills What I do

TypeScript TypeScript
NodeJS NodeJS
React React
Angular Angular
NextJS NextJS
NextJS Prisma

Symfony Symfony

Symfony MongoDB

PHP Docker

Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it.

— Steve Jobs