Anything problematic excites me, smooth sailing just sounds boring. This is why I enjoy speeding up processes by finding or creating the right tools for the job.
Writing APIs and web platforms
Using SaltStack and other tools to maintain the cattle
Setting up and maintaining CI for everyone
Ever since one of the homebrew-php maintainers didn't work fast enough for my taste I've been helping out with the project. First as homebrew-php maintainer and later as homebrew-core maintainer. Serving on the Project Leadership Comittee since February 2020.
Backend/DevOps engineer using SaltStack, Jenkins and PHPStorm to help lift M2mobi and the teams I'm part of to the next level.
PHP and jQuery frontend development with Wordpress
Day course to learn everything about contentful
Studying for a Bachelors of Science in Software engineering
Here's the projects that I'm trying to brag about. Most of them are just for me to scratch an itch and aren't likely to ever grow beyond that. I still enjoy them though and they give a nice example of my skills.
Since halfway through 2018 I've been a maintainer for the Homebrew package manager for macOS. In this role I've helped ship of thousands of software upgrades for major parts of peoples workflow. In addition to keeping macOS developers' systems up to date I also lead the discourse support forum.
Made an Apiblueprint renderer in PHP based on the drafter tool by apiary. All of the existing tools were missing something so I wrote my own version. This has been used by M2mobi to replace the old docbooks since it's inception with very positive responses from both api consumers and writers.
Over the past few years I've made numerous contributions to the nextcloud projects RSS reader app. As an avid user I've implemented security fixes and under-the-hood improvements I thought were important for my continued usage. This is in my eyes how open-source should be done, everyone scratching their own itch.