Music ID for Twitch is my largest personal project so far. It detects music running in live streams on Twitch and allows users to see what music is being played in chat.
Have you ever wondered what that song was, playing in the background of a Twitch stream?
The core of Music ID for Twitch – an API featuring massive datasets and metadata for songs being played on Twitch.
A web version of the popular weight loss and nutrition tracking app 'YAZIO'.
Display details, such as the build timestamp, the latest commit, or even a custom build message in your app!
A small utility bearing a variety of different features for the League of Legends client – now part of blitz.gg.
A 2-in-1 web and desktop application for managing multiple simulated SNMP hosts – great for testing virutal networks.
A colorful, good-looking, fully customizable logging utility for the browser!
My current go-to framework for building fast and scalable experiences on the web.
One of the best CSS frameworks and ecosystem currently available.
Making static come alive. Do you see that cool menu up there?
Powering large, scalable backends written in Node. Battle-tested through Music ID Core.
Quick responses and a fast and easily pluggable data-structure thanks to explicity receiving what you request.
My personal choice when performance and scalability are critical. Powering Music ID.
started Aug 2022
Currently, I am working on a special project together with some outstanding people. The name and what this project is about will be unveiled later this year.
started Jul 2018
Started as an intern in 2018, I was able to gather lots of experience working on a variety of different UI/UX projects over the course of four years – I even led some on my own.
A deep dive into the future of web applications and why every millisecond matters. You need your content and data everywhere – but how can you ensure that it's up-to-date?
A journey from an naive idea to a full product. It all started with reverse engineering an API and evolved into a service which is used by more than 50,000 people every day.