I'm Wieueberall, a Berlin based Developer, UX-Designer and linguistics geek.
I also blog and do podcasts on topics I care about, like polyamory, as well. Most of my volunteering work happens at Litcamps, Jugend Hackt or at CCC-Events. Ask me about it.
As of now, I'm not available for programming work, however my former colleagues at Port Zero are a good contact for that.
My Background:I got into coding in 2008 when I was 12 years old, having started to learn Python and Z80 Assembler in my summer holidays. My interest in programming really took off when I went to CERN as a part of a student exchange in 2009 and eventually I joined my schools IT working group the same year.
This is where I made many amazing and important experiences since it got me into DevOps as well as into Frontend & embedded programming. As of 2012, when I was 16, I started working in various professional projects, ranging from network administration to the development of software and web pages.
After graduating from school I decided to gain some more work experience and to dedicate time to my other interest, such as linguistics, queer studies and digital rights activism, before I finally settled to study Computer Science at the TU Berlin in 2018.
Projects I Am Involved With:
- Adoorabell | Golang
- A door opening software written in Golang.
- A bot tweeting names & stories of 33.293 refugees who died due to the restrictive policies of fortress europe.
- A react.js based webapp displaying the next litcamp dates.
- A JSON containing hair colours which may or may not be based on the Directions colour palette.
- Landing Page Design.
- Document Templates I use.
- A py3status module fetching the latest lesbian toot of @lesbianBot@botsin.space.
Where You Can Meet Me:
- A hackspace in Lichtenberg where I usually hang around every once in a while.
- This is where I study technical computer Science (B.Sc.).
- I work at Wikimedia Deutschlands Eventmanagement Team as a student employee.
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