• Contact Tracing — Quo Vadis?

    How much we are all looking forward to returning to normal lives: Meeting friends, hugging family, a cool beer, culture. After more than a year, we really deserve it! However, there are still roadblocks in the form of a bloody virus and the countermeasures. Anyone promising a quick end is hailed as a saviour. (This […]
  • Electronic Vaccination Certificate: Eureka! Eureka?

    When I was reading the original “Spiegel” article on the German Electronic Vaccination Certificate, I was fascinated.
  • Generating Multi-Architecture Docker Images Made Easy

    Docker is cool and portable, but distributing Dockerfiles comes at a disadvantage: The demands on the build environment are high. Distributing Docker images solves this, but building them for an architecture other than your CPU architecture seems complicated. Here is a simple solution.
  • HomeCA: Scalable Secure IoT Network Integration

  • A brief history of time(stamping)

    When I tell people about timestamping, they often react with, „Ah, yes, that Blockchain thing“. However, timestamping is as old as civilisation and has some interesting properties it gains from non-Blockchain applications. So let’s go back a few millenia first. Series Navigation<< Timestamping: Why should I care?