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Wassersportcenter Berlin

Hey, today we (my co-student Lennert and me) published a new website for a water sports center in Berlin! It’s simply called Wassersportcenter Berlin.

 

www.wassersportcenter-berlin.de

The new website is based on WordPress and some plugins for the events/booking system. It was once again a cool experience to work on a bigger project and knowing that the website will be seen by many visitors and customers is a good place to start and stay motivated.

Overall I’m also very satisfied with WordPress’ customisation features and the easily usable and  well-documented API. Also this is one of my first projects featuring a lot of SVG graphics – they’re basically being used for all images except for photos.

Go ahead, check it out and book a course if you want to learn surfing or boating.

Frau Hegnauer Soundtrack is available again.

I noticed one of the theater soundtracks I made (for the drama “Frau Hegnauer kommt”) has not been available online for some time. That’s because the corresponding website was shut down since the piece is not being played anymore.

Anyway, I’ve got my own website and it’s a good place to put it up again:

Frau Hegnauer kommt (Soundtrack) (337 downloads)

P.S.: Trailer #1 and Trailer #2.

Hack-a-Lesson

Requested by one of our professors Mrs. Prof. Dr. Lemke, we organised our own little hackathon in Berlin last weekend! Since the topic was all around teaching newbies how to code we called it Hack-a-Lesson and invited people to create some nice concepts and ideas that will eventually influence the second volume of Mrs. Lemke’s book Einführung in die Wirtschaftsinformatik.

The participants of Hack-a-Lesson!

Hack-a-Lesson endured two days, Saturday and Sunday, and we finally got 32 people to join and work together in 6 teams while we tried to keep them alive with food and drinks while also observing the event and eventually rating the results (because there were some serious prizes involved, too!).

The team of Hack-a-Lesson: Sebastian, Bao, Tobias and Ben.

It was a great experience and the feedback was more than positive from all sides so far. We were even featured in a long article in the Berliner Zeitung. I’m glad I was able to work as part of a great team and collect new experiences and got to know new people that way while at the same time making other people happy.

Nonetheless for now I’ll return to being a participant of those kind of events again. :)

P.S.: Check out that awesome cake that was made just for that event!

Hack-a-Lesson Cake!