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Introducing: Me

Of course, one of the first posts of a blog must be an introduction of the author. So, this is me:

My name is Magnus Leßmann and I’m also known as “MarkL4YG” (and thus also just “Mark”) on the Internet.
I currently wield about 20 years of experience in “Life” and started developing interest in Software back in 2011 when a friend of mine and I started playing the one and only now well known Minecraft.

Apart from setting up the server, I also started coding in Lua via. Computer Craft to program more and more complex factories. (Theres also a brief foreplay with Delphi 1 during a course I attended where I met that friend but there’s nothing of any importance to write about.)

Since then, I have always been part of a gaming community as a developer and administrator.
At the moment of writing, that is FearNixx Gaming of which I am the lead developer, system administrator and a co-founder.

Up until now I have learned to use Pascal, Lua, Java, Shell, JavaScript, PHP, SCSS, some C#, aswell as some C++ for my Arduino board.
I have briefly touched many other languages but would not yet count any of them to this list.

I will not go into detail about my current and former projects as I am planning to dedicate a custom page to them.

I am currently studying applied computer sciences at the NORDAKADEMIE in Germany which accounts for the most of my time spent.
And sporadically showing up at the CCCHH, as well as voluntary firefighting also form occupations on my time table.

I am always excited to learn new features, languages, frameworks but especially people regardless of their hobbies as I feel like different opinions can enrich the overall view of things.
So, if you feel inclined to say “Hello”, don’t hesitate to contact me using any of the methods listed on the contact page.

Have a nice time!
Magnus

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Introducing: My blog

Ever since I started programming web sites and components, I regularly stumble upon a particular opinion that – although pretty much compatible with my own thoughts – did never really hit open ears on my side.

Every developer should have an own blog to share their experiences to.

So here we are. I now have finally taken time to set up my own blog using WordPress. (Huge thanks you to WordPress and the ResponsiveBlogily theme for being free by the way!)

I’ll probably be posting previous experiences during the winter months as I can already think of some that might help during a Google search.

So yeah, have fun reading!