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software development craftsmanship

My name is Jan Frederik Hake. I am a software developer from Paderborn / Germany. This is my view of how software development craftsmanship should be.

As this is a living document, it will grow and shrink with time.

projects

Let's start with the result first. This is a list of software, which you can actually run either online, or on your machine.

retro

When the Covid19 pandemy started, we went to homeoffice. As I am working for a small company, there was no huge step to work from home. The vpn was in place before, and it has been working quite well.

When it comes to the scrum process, we tried different solutions for our retrospective. All of them required a kind of login and had a lot of feature, where we needed only a fraction of this. So I give it a try and try to build something for my own .

retro

It was quiet a lot of fun, and I have a new playground for angular and elixir . There is no need for a personalized login. Every retro session is only kept within memory.

Memory UI

mui

How are thoughts linked?

I first started with the brain project . I placed every memory within a markdown file. Every file contains a header with metadata and some text. Every memory can have a link to an other memory. All memories and all links represents a knowlede graph, presented by an adjacency list . I collected some memories over time.

To get a first impression for usefullness, I created a static client .

You can play around if you like.

frank

I think, github is one of the best plattforms, created in the last decades. It has brought more freedom and diversity to the software landscape out there.

So what is frank?

frank

Frank is no replacement for github or gitlab . At the time of writing it is a frontend for git grep .

I wanted to have a tool where you easily search repositories.

You can take a look at my instance of frank , or take a look at the code .

This project is still in alpha state .

the rest

If the projects are the result of my doing, the next parts shows the road to it.

blog

Every project starts with an idea. I use my blog for thinking out loud. Some of the ideas ends up with an article series.

I startet my blog on enter-haken.github.io ( sources ). New content will be added only here.

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work experience

I am working as a professional developer since 2008. During the last years, I got in touch with a lot of different technolgies.

You can take a look at my recent projects, I was working on.

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