Papers and Presentations

This page lists some papers and presentations I created during my time at the university. They are not professional, though you are free to use and/or quote them. They are, of course, written in German. They are also censored so my location isn’t public.

The papers listed here are not licensed. All rights remain reserved. Feel free to contact me for explicit rights.

2017

2016

2015

  • From Zero to NixOS (Unfug) / BibTex

    This was a talk I held at the local Unix club. I introduced them to the advantages of NixOS and how I did the switch, encouraging them to try it out.

2014

  • Presentation on Haskell (Unfug) / BibTex

    This was a talk I held at the local Unix club. I started to learn Haskell at the time, so I gave a short intro to functional programming with Haskell. It didn’t cover Monads, though, so it is rather incomplete.

  • Presentation on Ruby (Unfug) / BibTex

    This was a talk I held at the local Unix club. As some of my collegues didn’t know about Ruby, I gave a short intro on Ruby.

2013

  • Git Workshop (Unfug) / BibTex

    This was a workshop I held at the local Unix club. As a lot of people don’t know how git works or how to use it properly, I gave a workshop on it. The workshop was split up into two sessions, so it lasted for about three hours overall.

  • Presentation on Taskwarrior (Unfug) / BibTex

    This was a talk I held at the local Unix club. As task managing is rather important as a student, I gave a intro on how to use taskwarrior.

  • Presentation on Remind (Unfug) / BibTex

    This was a talk I held at the local Unix club. Remind is the most powerful calendar tool and I used it for several years. Unfortunately, it does not integrate with owncloud or other online calendars, so I stopped using it at some point. Anyways, I gave a short intro to it at the Unfug.

  • Presentation on Vim (Unfug) / BibTex

    Obligatory vim talk at the Unfug.

  • Einführung in die Befehle des verteilten Versionsverwaltungsystems Git

    BibTex

    This paper was written in the course “Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten” in the first semester at the university. It is written about ``git”, the distributed version control system. The goal of the course was to be able to work in a scientific way, so the paper does not aim for teaching git or something.

    The paper was rated with the best mark possible.