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Hendrik Richert

Software Developer specialized in building Web Applications. Full-Stack with a passion for well-made Frontends

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Education

M.Sc. Digital Media, B.Sc. Computer Science

Work

Lead Software Engineer (Frontend/Fullstack)

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re: Building full-stack web-applications with Angular, NestJS and Nx - a match made in heaven
Good point. You're right. I'll set aside some time in the nex...
re: Designing the perfect Typescript schema validation library
just wanted to say that I love zod - and use it for every pro...
re: Building full-stack web-applications with Angular, NestJS and Nx - a match made in heaven
Thanks for the bug report :) I've updated the post!
re: Building full-stack web-applications with Angular, NestJS and Nx - a match made in heaven
if you end up trying it for a future project, please let me k...
re: What's your go-to stack these days?
Angular+NestJS in a monorepo orchestrated by Nx. I actually j...
re: I created my first TypeScript library and published it on NPM
cough deno.land/ cough :-)
re: I created my first TypeScript library and published it on NPM
Good write up! Is there a specific reason why you include the...
re: Do you bundle your server-side TypeScript?
At work, we do transpile it to good old node-js javascript ...
re: How do you frontend-backend monorepo?
If your FE and BE code is both Typescript-based (Angular/Reac...
re: How to Change my game in Front End Development
Personally, I would suggest picking a "thing to build"™ and...
re: How do you practice safe public wifi access?
Yeah, exactly. I'm in the lucky situation to have uncapped ...
re: How do you practice safe public wifi access?
My router offers a VPN service out of the box, so I connect...
re: How to create an organisation chart in Angular from scratch?
It would probably help if you could provide a ui mockup (an...
re: ES6 Nodejs Project Kickstart
Node12+ has native support for import/export: thecodebarba...
re: How in-depth should I learn HTML/CSS?
It depends oh what you want to do, really. If you don't enj...
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