How My Surface Tablet Paid For Itself In The First Month

How My Surface Tablet Paid For Itself In The First Month

A couple months ago I bought myself a Microsoft Surface Pro 7 with the intention of replacing my old iPad and using it as a real productivity device instead of one that is mainly useful for consumption and research. I

Motorcycling Made Me A Better Programmer

Motorcycling Made Me A Better Programmer

I always wanted to get a motorcycle license – the small one that allows me to ride 125cc bikes seemed perfect to me. However that is a 2k investment, about as much as the „real license“ would cost – and

How I Live Well On 1K€ A Month (My Complete Spending Plan)

How I Live Well On 1K€ A Month (My Complete Spending Plan)

It is now almost a year since I sat down and decided to „refactor my life“ and change a whole bunch of things that I was no longer content with: Living pretty much hand-to-mouth despite my best efforts to change

Coding Problems That Google Can’t Solve For you (and how to solve them instead)

Coding Problems That Google Can’t Solve For you (and how to solve them instead)

60% of programmers use Google for 70% of their work – I am 89% sure those numbers are correct. All kidding aside though: Google is a large part of programming, but there are plenty of errors that it can not

I just got fired! Income And Progress Report October 2020

I just got fired! Income And Progress Report October 2020

October is always the best month of the year for me: It’s my birthdday, the cozy autumn days and fall colors and the steaming mugs of tea bring peace to my mind. And this year I can even add finally

The 1000$ Toolkit That Builds And Repairs Everything

The 1000$ Toolkit That Builds And Repairs Everything

I’m a programmer by trade, but today I want to show you my real-life toolkit that I have built up over the past few years. It has served me incredibly well and allowed me to be a real help whenever

Income And Progress Report September 2020

Income And Progress Report September 2020

This is the first of what I hope to be a long, frequent series of posts as I make my way towards moderate financial freedom – and you can join me on my journey to stay up to date on