March, the 24th

03 November 2017 on thoughts

I know that many of you will not care about this blog post anyway. No matter if it was on the timeline or posted somewhere in a group, some will even certainly not think about it. These are the prejudices and first impressions of my person that are stuck in your head. But is it the right way to avoid a person like that?
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My Story about Lawnchair Launcher

25 October 2017 on open-source

You may have probably already heard about “Lawnchair” from several Android news sites or blog posts. It’s an open-source launcher based on Launcher3 which brings Google Now and dozens of settings to help personalize your home screen on every device. You also might have read about Till Kottmann, the creator behind the launcher, but not about the rest of the team behind Lawnchair Launcher.
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Google Code-in 2016

05 January 2017 on contest

Over the past month I have been participating in Google Code-in (#gci2016) and it has been a great journey for me! It is all about FOSS development, and all of the challenges and skills involved. I discovered it through a recommended blog post written by m4tx, a graduated student from my school who participated in 2013. After reading his blog post, I got motivated to follow his workflow and chose to do tasks for Wikimedia. So after studying the contest rules, I signed up for the contest and got my first task started.
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Hello World!

08 November 2016 on general

I’m so happy to introduce you my new website. It’s not about the fancy cool effects, it is not about shiny design, it’s purely about the content that I would like to share with you. After a long time of working with Java, PHP and JavaScript programming languages and tools like Git I found out that It gives me a massive pleasure to share my knowledge, so I decided to run this blog.
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Welcome to Jekyll!

06 November 2016 on jekyll

You’ll find this post in your _posts directory. Go ahead and edit it and re-build the site to see your changes. You can rebuild the site in many different ways, but the most common way is to run jekyll serve, which launches a web server and auto-regenerates your site when a file is updated.
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