Let me introduce myself

My name is Robert Károly. I’m a software developer and architect living in Sinsheim, Germany. I speak German, English and Hungarian and am interested in web, mobile, and game development. As I am always interested in trying out new technologies in my fields of interest, one probably might call me a technology enthusiast, too. Additionally I tend to visit confereces like the Berlin Expert Days, microXchg or events organized by the Nerd-Zone in Karlsruhe from time to time to keep myself updated and talk with other developers.

Since begining of 2016 I carry the degree of a certified Scrum Master (PSM I), too. I always used to be an agile mind and liked the Scrum framework as it really matches the needs to handle complexity in modern software development in my opinion.

In 2012 I finished my study of Computer Science with a Masters degree at the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim, Germany. My master thesis was about the “design of a component-based game engine for browsergames” and done in cooperation with Gameforge AG in Karlsruhe, Germany.

What is this page about

In my spare time and at work I work on several projects using different technologies mostly new and related to web, mobile and java backends. So I decided to put up a blog for sharing and discussing my thought, knowledge and experiences as software developer, software architect and game developer with the world. Among others, topics found here will be:

  • Agile software development
  • Web development
  • App development
  • Game development & Game design
  • Databases
  • Software architecture
  • DevOps
  • Tools
  • Gamification
  • Java, JavaScript, PHP, CSS
  • Games

Discuss with me

If you’re interested in those topics feel free to follow this blog and discuss with me on the topics. You can follow me on Twitter as well, as I share some great articles on those topics I come across there from time to time. I’ll try to post about once or twice a month. I decided to write in English to make this available to as many people as possible. Additonally I hope this’ll be a practice for my English skills as well.

You can contact me via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Xing or use the contact form.