jlelse

jlelse

Living in the digital world; #Geek, #Developer, #Blogger and #Explorer

Contact

Work Experience

Freelancer - BrunswikDesign (2015 - Present)

I help the awesome guys at BrunswikDesign, when they have to many things to do.

Education

Primary school

Grundschule Heinrichstraße BS (2005-2009)

Highschool (Abitur)

Wilhelm-Gymnasium BS (2009-2017)

University (BSc Computer Science)

Ostfalia Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften WF (soon)

GitHub

Followers: 55
On GitHub since: 18.09.2014
Repositories:

Programming

C# Basic

CSS Good

HTML Pro

Java Expert

JavaScript Pro

Kotlin Expert

Projects


Lost Myself

A simple website which links to random websites. Sometimes with funny comments.

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project newscatchr

NewsCatchr

Free and open-source newsreader with a lot of unique features

News should be available for everyone. They should be free. And they should be accessible everywhere and anytime. News are essential for free speech. NewsCatchr is an app, that tries to improve the world by enabling access to news for everyone. The app is available for Android 4.1+ and quite small and resource-friendly. It's also completely open sourced, so the code can be checked by everyone.

Current stars: 158

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project teleposter

Teleposter for Telegra.ph

Simple and lightweight client for Telegra.ph.

Current stars: 18

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Languages

  • German: Native Speaker
  • English: Fluent Speaker

About

I'm 18, currently finished school and with a big passion for everything with a screen, a keyboard or a CPU. In my freetime I'm coding, blogging or running (usually 5 to 10 kilometers).

I very much like trying out new things and next to coding apps for Android (one of my projects is a newsreader) and funny useless websites, I run multiple blogs about a big variety of topics. Tweeting is another activity I often do, but that's probably just because I like getting people try my projects.

By the way: I love open source and am addicted into contributing.

And just for your information: I don't use WordPress for this website (though it's open source), because it is too big in my opinion and more useful for other things. I use Grav CMS for this website and Ghost for appydroid (an Android blog, which I paused due to missing time).