Fullstack at Airy, Berlin. Before: founder of weview.com. Thoughts and rants on tech, philosophy and more.
Everyone I know has made great observations about the world in their life. There is as much potential for wisdom in any of us as there is in the celebrities of thought that we are taught to revere in our schools. The difference is that our insights tend to get lost in life’s struggles and our own insecurity about our grip on the world. Besides this, the ideas we form about the world are subjective in nature.
Read this post to learn what this is about. Wisdom is the highest goal in life Imagine you could perfect one single goal in your life. Could you have achieved it better with the help of wisdom? Does it depend on external factors outside of your control? Will the perfection of said goal be lasting or is it tied to your current condition? A wise life is the only attainable goal that you can reach on your own.
Covid-19 Hackathon write up
The Covid-19 virus has turned the beginning of 2020 into a surreal nightmare. The world is struggling to maintain a confident response and not let the disaster movies of the last decade become a reality. If you haven’t read it yet or don’t think the situation is extremely serious I recommend that you check out this article. Like many of my peers, I have been in self-isolation for weeks now.
Script integrations are terrible.
Illustration by Viviane Valenta You are building a product and you want to move fast. But you can’t just launch your MVP without auxiliary tools to help you learn and grow it. You will want to track visitors to understand, where they are coming from, track users to understand how they are using your product and can you really call it a landing page, without a Newsletter Subscription Button and an obnoxious chat window popping up?
Dropout to build a startup? Things you should know.
When I started university the “The Social Network” movie had been out only four years. And although this feels like an eternity as far as hype cycles go, you would be hard pressed to find an economics or CS student, who has not fantasized about rising above his peers by hacking together the next game-changing tech solution. And it’s not just some romanticized career path for millennials: Institutions are catching up, too.