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My personal language challenge C vs Java vs Python vs JavaScript

This is the third article of a small trilogy about JavaScript. The first article was Part 1: Annoying past of JavaScript.


18. February 2021

Why JavaScript is definitely a cool thing

This is the second article of a small trilogy about JavaScript. The first article was Part 1: Annoying past of JavaScript.


17. February 2021

JavaScript's annoying past

This is a small trilogy about JavaScript. The first article below gives context to the annoying past of JavaScript (part 1).


16. February 2021

JAMStack: Architecture and Scenarios

This is part 2 of the blog article on JAMStack with architecture considerations and assessments of different scenarios. Part 1 of the article on benefits and players can be found here.

Fabian Birke
13. November 2020

JAMStack - Future or Hype?

JAM - an abbreviation that allows many puns. But what is behind it?

Fabian Birke
12. November 2020

Web Application Audit: first step towards new requirements

Does this feel familiar? The user interface is out of date, the performance reminds more of a carriage instead of a hyperloop, the conversion rate is dropping year after year and the cool features have to give way to maintenance. Everyone knows it, no one is saying it. It's inevitable.

Fabian Birke
5. November 2020

Key management solutions overview

Data security is crucial, especially for personal data, to gain and maintain the trust of users. Efforts to ensure a high level of data security are enshrined in legislation as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which has been in force since May 2018.


8. October 2020

Serverless Architecture

The field of serverless (SLS) recently emerged as a new cloud computing paradigm, allowing to efficiently develop and deploy scalable applications without having to manage any underlying infrastructure.


5. October 2020

Every percent matters in logistics 4.0

Be it in factories, asset fleet management, intra-logistics or supply chain management – material flow has to be effectively controlled, optimized and maintained.

Marco Pötke
21. September 2020