I teach Java developers how to save a ton of time with jHipster and Docker
I've been a Java developer for 20 years and done it all — project & account management, requirements, development, testing, support, processes, tools. I know what it takes to run a Java project these days, so I recognize what a big deal jHipster and Docker are for Java development.
How did I find out?
In mid-2018, I got my first Angular project as a freelancer, right after discovering jHipster. I lobbied for using jHipster and got my wish. Because of jHipster, I delivered a fully working application with user management, CRUD screens for ten entities, administration screens, a custom Excel upload, and responsive layout in just four days. The customer was quite surprised how complete the application was after that short amount of time! Afterward, my team made rapid progress in expanding and refining the ever-changing data model, while learning Angular and customizing the application along the way. Also, because of Docker, we ran our application, a database, and a Wiki easily on our PCs, the test server and five different customer environments. The application went live successfully in early 2019.
So my first project with jHipster and Docker was a smash hit! That's why I'm working on my second jHipster and Docker application right now. Stay tuned for more information!
I created this site to spread the knowledge about jHipster and Docker for Java development. I want to save you Java developers a ton of time!
I grew up in East Germany, behind the Iron Curtain. I wrote my first program on a Sinclair Spectrum ZX81 and never looked back. My Master degree in Computer science is from the Dresden University of Technology. For 12 years, I was VP of Engineering in a software start-up in the U.S. and led the development of a monitoring software product. My co-founder and I successfully sold that company in 2016. I also worked in the Netherlands, Sweden, the Czech Republic, and Great Britain. Since 2017, I've been a freelance Java developer in Stuttgart, Germany. I'm about to move to Milton Keynes in the U.K.
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