I have decided to halt any plans to maintain the extension and focus on other spare time open source projects instead. I should have probably made this decision about seven months ago, when Twitch integration broke, however this extension means a lot to me. It was my first browser extension that still exists and went …
Mail ClientDevelopment on various modules of the Thunderbird productivity suite
Informatik-Entwicklung und Datenbankpflege historischer Dokumente
Diplomatische Dokumente der SchweizFull stack web application development
Software Development Engineer
Control4 Switzerland AGBern
Smart Home automationArchitecture and development of middleware for Neeo remote control, DevOps
Engel & Völkers Frohnau-Köpenick GmbHRemote
Real estate agencyFull-stack development of real estate platform
Verein GrünwerkVarious outdoor activities in groups for nature or landscape preservation
Web agencyCreating and adjusting sites based on proprietary CMS with e-commerce
Computer ScienceBachelor (incomplete)
Information Technology and Electronic EngineeringBachelor (incomplete)
Allrounder Technischer Dienst
Alterszentrum BüelSupportive activities to the custodian
Intern software developer
mcs Software AGBern
CAM software development servicesGraphical vectorization tool of 2D blueprints for cost estimation
Physics and Applied MathematicsMatura
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fischertechnik launched the smart home kit last year. A very good move on a conceptual level. Smart home and IoT (internet of things) are rapidly growing technology sectors. The unique placement of the TXT allows it to be a perfect introductory platform to this world. However, the smart home platform from fischertechnik relies on a …
Developers like to help other developers. Many times via text chats like IRC, Slack, Gitter or Discord. This article is mainly aimed at developers asking for help. However it can also be applied to other situations, even if the concepts don’t fully apply. Now for the short overview for the very impatient, though especially those …
Emotes are a very important feature of Twitch chat culture. Because of this, there aren’t just emotes you get from subscribing to broadcasters, but also extensions like BetterTTV and FrankerFaceZ that add more emotes to be used in Twitch chat. Many broadcasters have an image in their panels showing the emotes that are available for …
Bot Land is a browser-based game that is still in development. You can learn more at https://bot.land. I streamed creating this tier list. You can watch the VOD of it on YouTube: https://youtu.be/F-PUJEErrQA Attack/Offense Vanilla Lasers Pros Blind fire Cons Countered by reflect Not a good secondary weapon Attacking Any defense that doesn’t reflect they’re …
Most browser extensions do a thing. And they do that thing in their isolated little world. Many of them do their thing pretty well. Many of them are built to do many things. Many of them are built to do just one little thing. But only few of them talk to other extensions to do …
In early 2016 the Swiss Mozilla Community met up to discuss goals and community structure. During a discussion on the state of our Twitter account @MozillaCH I pitched the idea of having a tool to manage content like replies with contributors instead of just people with direct access to the account.
It’s been quite a while since I last posted on here, and interestingly about the same topic: code coverage analysis in Firefox extensions. And since then Firefox has gotten a completely new extension system. I’ve been really busy porting my extensions and not writing blog posts. The add-on SDK conveniently came with a test runner …
Code coverage statistics are very useful. They tell you how much of your code never gets executed during the unit tests. So you always know what to write unit tests for, because 100% coverage doesn’t exist. And sometimes you can’t cover all code. That’s why normally you are happy, if the coverage is above a …
Recently Mozilla restricted access to ftp.mozilla.org, instead you can download nightlies from archive.mozilla.org. Sadly this broke existing methods to download Firefox nightly for automated unit tests on Travis CI. I’ve written a node module, that takes care of downloading nightly versions of Firefox desktop and Android.
Turns out this kind of exists: Duress
@igwigg apparently built by these people: https://www.locsim.ch/highlights/simulatoren-in-betrieb/
@igwigg oh, you meant a simulated cab. There's slightly less complicated ones at verkehrshaus.
@igwigg depends on the exact simulation type you're looking for. Most common is train sim as available on steam. There's also others that are geared more toward realism for training than graphical realism like zusi.
@igwigg good because things are cheaper relative to almost ever before, bad because you can afford more things?
@iromeister kenne mich mit gentoo packaging nicht aus, aber evt. weil node im build/test prozess benutzt wird?
Today the rain even brought us below 20°C \o/ Top gust was only 23 km/h so far and it seems to be calming down now.
Just came across Vulfpeck again, and of course it got funkier.
A neighbour put on their swim suit and is enjoying a water experience on their balcony.
With gusts of only 27km/h? I blame aerodynamic side effects of the measurement being next to the building wall.
That's a lot of water.
(Also, there is this thing you have where you send me bills and everything on the internet, why the fuck not use that to tell me things? What could you want to tell me that has needs different from billing?
Some company sent me a letter that they couldn't reach me by phone and that they would like to. Cool, you're not telling me why I should care so I won't.
Longest day, but not longest day of sunshine, luckily.
@glow what if it's scifi and it's actually actively temperature controlled clothing?
Uncompleted Euphonium cover of Only you Song written as backing track of a timelapse: https://peertube.ch/videos/watch/9a198d14-aa05-40ef-8daa-c190f58b79fd