Since some time already, I am having less and less trust in different messengers, especially WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger (essentially since they are the same company) and others like Skype, ICQ etc…
The chat applications have quite weak privacy and disclosure agreements with the users and sell most of the acquired information to third parties anyways. That information does not only apply for images and creative content, but also for intellectual properties, that you share with your contacts.
Since a friend of mine and I had some really great ideas, we decided to write our own small, very simple and still secure chat application to cryptographically encode our conversations. We went for the Python language and its clear syntax to avoid as much obfuscation as possible and “remain the upper hand”.
Continue reading A really simple cryptographic chat, written in Python
Lately I have been working a lot on www.KFZ-Schlachter.de and the improvements are astonishing!
The updated version of the website is multiple times faster and is loading faster then it’s competing website on mobile and desktop. Continue reading Huge performance improvements!
So Today the German delivery service Hermes rang on my door and I immediately new what it was – my long awaited toy/ tool… Continue reading 3D Printer arrived!
So recently I was thinking how to implement small dynamic forms into my website project “KFZ-Schlachter.de“.
Modern popular frameworks seem to big and bulky.
I decided to write simple form observer and see how it performs… Continue reading formWiz – A invisble wizard, responding to the changes of your form
I got quite busy lately and was not really able to work on Project WunderWaffe anymore…
Never the less I decided to publish the game on IndieDB to get some more attention.
So if you are interested and want to support the project, don’t be shy and subscribe on IndieDB: