Patrick is part of the webteam at CodeFlügel. When he's not tweaking backends and frontends with React Native or studying at University, he's quite the sportsman playing volleybal, tennis and table tennis or winds down by playing guitar.
Da wir stets auf der Suche nach Innovation sind und daher auch den Web Bereich innovativer gestalten wollten, haben wir uns dazu entschlossen, den Web Development Stack neu zu definieren. Im Bereich Web Frontend fiel die Wahl auf die Technologie React, mit der ich seitdem überaus zufrieden bin. In meinem Blog werde ich euch nun erklären, warum das so ist, und warum ich diese Entscheidung definitiv nicht bereue! 😊
When should you scrap an entire system and start fresh? When is it enough to just get the existing components up to scratch? These are questions that every developer has probably faced at some point and both alternatives have certain advantages and disadvantages.
80% of students work during their studies. But when is the right time to enter the working world? Last time, I wrote about my start as a new employee at CodeFlügel. Today, I will tell you what to expect, in terms of combining your work and your studies.
Being the new guy is never easy, whether you’re at school, university or at a new job. For about three months now, I have been a web developer at CodeFlügel. The statistic say that you’re likely to spend no more than two years in the same job, and starting somewhere new is always a challenge. Thus, I would like to share my recent experiences with you. Spoiler alert: it was the right decision.