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I'm Dominik

About Me

I am interested in programming, and I think that developing new things is a lot of fun. My programming skills are average, but I can do quite a lot with them. Taking and editing pictures is something I like as well, which is why you will find the best ones on Instagram. You can help developing most of my projects and become a part of the open-source community because they are published under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation. Improvement suggestions are always welcome, so if you want to make some feel free to do it.

Programming Languages

I develop a lot of websites, which is why I know HTML, CSS, and JavaScript quite well. For some backend tricks, I also know a little bit about PHP and Jekyll because they speed up development significantly. Because I developed a couple of Android apps I know Java and Kotlin too, although I prefer using Kotlin. Arduino Boards are great for some experimenting, which is why I have some experience in C and C++ as well.

My Projects

You can find most of my projects on GitHub. Check out the links below to learn more about them.

Android™ Development

Here you can see a list of apps I developed for the Android™ platform.

Always On Display
Battery Tool
Homework App
Pods Companion
Power App
Smart Home App
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Microcontroller Development

Here you can see a list of programs I developed for Microcontrollers.

Arduino Logging Library
Arduino Music Box
Arduino Notes Library
Siemens Simatic IOT2000 Arduino Library

Web Development

Here you can see a list of websites I developed.

Hero Game
JavaScript Testsite
Start Page
Timetable Software

Instagram

On Instagram, you can find some pictures I took with my smartphone. Some of them were taken with the OnePlus 3 and some with the OnePlus 6T. I like taking pictures a lot, which is why I post the best ones on Instagram.

My Username

You may be wondering what these numbers in my name mean. It is easier than you think. You can take them as pairs so that you have the following numbers: 04 15 13 09.
Now let us take a closer look at these numbers. We can take these numbers and see which is the corresponding letter in the alphabet. After that, we get the word "Domi". As you see, there is not a big secret hiding behind those numbers.