The name’s Felix.
On this site, I share my works, ideas and services.
Below are some of my projects and what lessons to glean from them. I hope you find something worthwhile here.
In my day job, I blow stuff up. In my private life, I try to mend things. I enjoy organizing and leading people just as much as listening and learning from anyone. I've officially been named a hero, which is neat.
Born sometime during the ‘90s in the bountiful farmlands of northern Germany, now residing in warmer climates.
My belief is that it is everyone‘s duty to better the world. If you've confined yourself to your paralysis, your inability to affect change, I feel pity for you.
I like the idea of personal homepages, diversity of opinion and approaches, instead of feeding the Silicon Valley content silos with ephemeralities.
If you’d like to get in touch, do so at the Contact Page.
I like being in nature a lot. Camping, running, hiking, rock climbing, … those are my idea of a fun time.
Apart from those, I also tend to enjoy:
While I am apparently not made for life in an office, I do enjoy telling computers what to do. My involvement with the Open Devices Project has won me some accolades, and I have a knack for digging in and figuring things out. Have a look at the Projects page for a birds-eye view of some of my better-known works.
Code & tech writing, hosting
I had a serious infatuation with Argentine Tango that lasted a good year and a half.
Here are some remnants:
I enjoyed taking responsiblity when working with my peers at my old student union. At the “Fachschaft W” — which is also a legally registered club of about 90 members with discrete finances — I ran:
People, sites and organizations that I think are interesting: