Hello, my name is Felix Weilbach, and I’m from Germany. I’m passionate about programming and computers. I discovered my love for programming during my apprenticeship as a mechatronics technician for cars, which I had done between 2014 and 2017. As I wanted to solidify my knowledge of computers and math, I started to study mathematics with computer science at the University of Augsburg in 2017. Beside my studies at the university and my job as a working student at MBDA Systems Germany, I completed lots of projects in different areas. You can have a look at some things that I have done in my portfolio and my blog.
The views expressed on this page are my own.
In the following I list some of the technologies that I have worked with. With each item that I list, I have completed at least one project or use them at my daily work.
- Shell scripting (mostly Bash)
My computer setup
I mainly use GNU/Linux as my operating system. Over the past I used a lot of different software and distributions. Currently I mainly use NixOS and ArchLinux. NixOS lets you configure your system declarative through text files. This is really fun! As my window manager I use i3 and for browsing the web, I mostly use qutebrowser but the software that I love most on my computer is Emacs. Emacs is an infinity configurable text editor, that makes my programming work a lot easier.
You can find some of my configuration files here, maybe you can find something useful.
About the website
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