Find me in other media?

I’m mindful of my private sphere (and that of others). I leave fewer easily follow-able traces than most. Still, here are some links…

Papers published

Buildumgebung in Gefahr!, iX-Developer, special edition “Effektiver entwickeln” 2/2016. – The link does not give you the precise version published, but my original author’s edition. The editor later did some minor changes, to adapt the article to the style of the publication.

Versionsmanagement auf dem Tanker, iX Developer, special edition 3/2013. Again, original author’s edition.

Talks and courses

Do as the shell does INNOQ-internal training teaching how to do common Linux/UNIX shell patterns via Ruby.

Getting started fast: Development infrastructure, CI, and test deployment to a Kubernetes cluster on AWS together with a colleague, AWS Tech Community Days, Collogne, 2017-09-27.

Sicherheitsprobleme üblicher Build- und Deployment-Umgebungen a precurser of the corresponding publication, Continuous Lifecycle Conference 2015.

I’ve also given several entry-level git trainings, but only the advertisement is online.

Amateur radio talks

Spaziergang durch den Funkgerätewald a talk for newly licensed radio amateurs, in German, about ham radio gear features and associated measurement values.

DMR-Einführung slides explaining a new digital speech modulation scheme.

Amateurfunkstellen One evening that happened to be recorded, out of a course preparing for the official German ham radio license exam.

Not exactly a talk, but I got to moderate the first two German AfuBarCamps (and look forward towards moderating the third).

Blog posts

Proof of Existence via HTTPS

git pull gotchas

Horizontal automation – a waste of time. was original an argument in an internal discussion, later made public.

Fehlerbehandlung in Shellskripten explains why bash isn’t my favorite choice of scripting language.

Tags für Docker Images ohne Registry

Github

I admit to being Github user aknrdureegaesr. (That name was chosen years ago on the spur of a moment. Hint: Read every second letter.)

anonymous_inmail is also by me.

My open source engagement I describe in more detail elsewhere.

Dr. Andreas Krüger, Herweghstr. 13, 12487 Berlin, Germany, andreas.krueger@famsik.de