CodingBobby | About
Awesome to see you here.
This website1 started a few years ago as a weekend project when I felt the need to combine my main interests in some way. Here I would like to share my thoughts with you and talk about things that otherwise have no place in my everyday life or are simply worth writing down. Sometimes I have ideas that may sound a little silly but still deserve some attention. Or I recently learned something amazing that I want more people to know about.
Regardless of whether you know me already from my old site or if you just found it, I hope you will enjoy browsing on my small web presence.
Take care, Bob.
Who I am
I am CodingBobby but you can call me Bob.2 My favourite things are:
- physics, engineering and science in general
- photography and being outdoors
- music, mostly metal and neo classic
You an find a list of the hardware and software I regularly use here.
With this website am a proud member of the orange team of the 512KB Club!
I am also part of the IndieWeb Webring you can explore here:
This website was last compiled on 2022-05-18 with Jekyll and 💚.
I highly recommend you learn about BOINC if you haven’t already. It gives you the opportunity to join distributed computing networks of your choice and take part in real science research by donating some of your PC’s power.
Especially in the current situation, I can only encourage you to join Rosetta@home to contribute to research on the coronavirus. Together we can provide science with computing capacities that surpass even the most powerful supercomputers.
Here, you can see in which projects I currently participate:
This website and all its original contents including text, images, animations and code which are not embedded or cited from other sources3 are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License:
I won’t bother you with nationalities etc. because this is the internet which is by definition worldwide. Nobody should care. ↩
When external media is embedded into this website, a click onto it will take you to the original source. References will always be listed in the footnotes section of the sites which are citing them. ↩