Filnor

Programmer, Gamer, Server admin. Huge Geek. · [email protected]

I am a web and full-stack developer with a passion for creating fast, responsive and cross-plattform websites and applications.

My motto is "Think outside of the box!"


Projects

ThumbsDB

since November 2018

This is a website that allows you to easily view Thumbnails from YouTube videos, download them, and open them full-sized in a new tab.
Website · GitHub

Hermes

since July 2018

Chat bots that allows to ping members or a whole team easily, whithout searching for them on websites or GitHub repos. It also has commands to check which members of a team are currently in the chat room.
GitHub

ChatOverflow

June 2018

A rewrite of the Python library ChatExchange which implemented support for authentication without OpenId the original library supported it. It supports only Stack Overflow chat however.
GitHub

ChatCradle

since May 2018

This is a small Python script that joins Stack Overflow chat rooms and posts a message every 24 hours. This should prevent the room to be frozen automatically after 15 days without a message and is therefore helpful in low traffic rooms.
GitHub

CheckYerFlags

since January 2018

This chat bots notifies users when they reach an amount of certain flags (so called flag ranks), for example 1,111 or 33,333 in a chat room and also provides them a command to get the current amount of their helpful flags. Chat users can also specify a custom rank. The bot also includes some useful features, like a welcome command for a certain chat room.
Stack Apps · GitHub

KnowledgeBase

since December 2017

A blog where I collect the most useful functions and commands I use while coding and working with servers. Originally a GitHub repository, it was coverted to the blog in April 2018.
Website

Rank Overflow

since November 2017

A website that shows your reputation league values (for example, "top 10% this week"), even when the normal website doesn't show it to you. It also hosts a scoreboard of users from the SOBotics chat room, sorted by the amount of helpful flags they casted.
Website · Stack Apps · GitHub


Experience

Web Developer

Luware AG

Developing the company's website from scratch using SASS, WordPress, PHP 7, HTML 5, JavaScript and jQuery.

August 2018 - current

Full stack web developer (education)

RBSoft

Creating and maintaining full stack web applications using ASP.NET MVC, C#, DevExpress, HTML 5, CSS 3, JavaScript and jQuery. Completing education as "Informatiker EFZ".

October 2015 - July 2018

Full stack web developer (education)

leanux.ch AG

Installing and configuring installations of the company's own open-source derived ERP solution on Ubuntu servers and creating print templates and documentation with LaTeX.

August 2014 - August 2015

Education

TBZ Technische Berufsschule Zürich

Mandatory school while in education

Average mark: 4.9 (same as a B in US terms)

August 2014 - August 2018

Primarschule/Sekundarschule Walenbach

Mandatory school in Switzerland
August 2005 - July 2014

Skills

Programming Languages & Tools
Browsers
Operating Systems
Workflow
  • Mobile-First, Responsive Design
  • Cross Browser/System Testing & Debugging
  • Performance over functionality

Interests

Apart from being a web developer, I'm also playing video games and managing my servers (for websites, chat bots and game servers). But most of my free time I mostly spend with my friends. In fact, we do almost everything together, like going to the cinema, meeting to eat lunch together when we can, or going to church.

I'm also a fan of a bunch of movies and TV shows, so I also manage my media library from time to time and try to catch up with the latest episodes and seasons once they come out. When I'm in the mood, I'm also cooking for my whole family.

I invest some of my free time in the catholic church, where I act as a server during the masses (known as "Ministrant" in German). Since I'm still actively contributing to our growing group of ~100 Ministranten, I'm in the leadership team that organizes the whole group and plans events like bowling, camping or sledging. Every year we have a one-week camp and from time to time we go to the Europa-Park.

During breaks in work or on quiet evenings, I contribute to the Stack Overflow chat room "SOBotics". This rooms moderates Stack Overflow using bots, that analyze posts and report them if they match certain filters (like a question posted as an answer by a new user or spam). Even though I'm a member since November 2017, I'm a known regular there and recognized by most room owners.