Hi there! Here’s something about me… :)
My name is Simon and I’m the owner and main author of this website.
The purpose of this site is for me to post technical guides and tutorials to help others with technical problems. It’s not about me and I have no desire to make this my personal blog or post my entire life here. I’m a Swedish computer science engineer, not a biographer. There might also be some gaming videos somewhere.. I can’t help it, but I’m a gamer too sooo… That just might happen ;)
The idea to start a website with tutorials and guides came to me after lots of frustration when programming lightshows. Until I finally found a way to solve my problems. When the problem was solved, I thought it would be great to do a video-tutorial of the solution in a very detailed way. So I did, and already after a few weeks I got some feedback from people having the exact same problem. But with the help of my video tutorial on how to Visualize your Martin M-PC lightshow with MA3D the problem was solved. So I decided to start this website and of course I re-uploaded the video and made it my first post (Visualize Martin M-PC lightshow with MA3D).
My desire and goal is to upload at least 15 guides/tutorials a year. Let’s see if I’m able to keep that goal!
Right now I’m currently hosting this site using my own home-server. The server has been a hobby for me since many years ago, and right now it’s running the unRAID operating system with lot’s of docker-containers, for example this website. Unfortunately the power that’s needed to keep the server online isn’t free. So therefor I’ve added some ads to help me fill up that operating cost. If you like this site, you are very welcome to help me compensate the cost. For now I don’t have any nice donation-links, so feel free to contact me if that’s the case.
The website was officially created and started July 31st 2018, which happens to be Harry Potter’s (38th) birthday. What a coincidence.
If you need to contact me or if you have any questions, please send an email: [email protected]