Below, you will find list some of the projects I’m currenctly working on. Further down, you’ll find some Talks and workshops I’ve given.
This is ment to be a space for storing the projects I’ve worked on for keeping track on what is actually happening (a lot of stuff happens and I don’t allways keep track of what does and doesn’t). This might also become a “hey, look what I’ve done” page like a lot of other people have already done, but for that, I’d have to add some more content…
Current running projects
These are projects I’m currently actively working on.
A containerized CTF-Framework built up from a handfull of microsevices making scaling a negligible problem.
A little http server exposing Two Line Elements (TLEs) exposing them as json for futher usage.
A lot of little honeypots tracking who’s knocking on hea… the servers door. There is a blogposts here explaining some of it.
A book made up of lot’s of little blocks. The book containes a wide variety of topics and might be rendered some time in the future.
Controlling American Fuzzy Lop using GO.
Currently writing a few Paged Out! articles for future Issues and for having a reason to read really deep into some topics.
These are projects I’ve finished, as in: I currently don’t intend to continue working on them.
Simulating the course of starts over time. This project was my project for Jugend Forscht 2019 and is build using a lot of containers scaling pretty much indefinitely.
Estimating possible satellite collisions using the TLEs providied by celestrack.
These are abandoned projects. Projects I could continue in the future, but the future is a big space, so they might lay here indefinitely. These are also projects I haven’t touched in a month or so.
Solving multiple Project Euler challenges, mostly in go or python.
The blender workshop @ chaosdorf took place on the 28.09.2019 and consisted of a basic introduction on how blender is built up, how to model, sculpt, UV unwarp, animate, shade, render, composite and a lot of other stuff.
Freitagsfoo: gestern, heute, morgen
A talk explaning how to host open evenings in hackerspaces, how it was done @ chaosdorf, what did word, what didn’t work and some stories. Read more here.