Hi, I'm Matthias Endler!

I'm a Backend Developer / Site Reliability Engineer living in Düsseldorf, Germany.

My interests are scalability, performance and distributed systems; but I also play around with embedded systems and console emulation. I have a master's degree in Computer Science from Universität Bayreuth. At work, I improve the backend infrastructure of trivago by making it faster and more reliable.

Nowadays, I mostly use Golang, Python, and Rust to get stuff done.

Side Projects

  • I run Hello, Rust!, a YouTube channel about the Rust programming language.
  • codeprints.dev is a shop for art prints from your Github contributions to decorate your home-office.
  • analysis-tools.dev is an open comparison platform for static/dynamic code analysis software, listing 500+ tools.

Open Source

Here's a list of some Open Source projects I maintain:

analysis-tools-dev/static-analysis8314 ★
mre/idiomatic-rust2331 ★
tinysearch/tinysearch1476 ★
mre/the-coding-interview1271 ★
ReceiptManager/receipt-parser-legacy611 ★
mre/hyperjson374 ★
analysis-tools-dev/dynamic-analysis337 ★
mre/cargo-inspect293 ★
hello-rust/show274 ★
mre/kafka-influxdb205 ★
mre/prettyprint194 ★
mre/fcat193 ★
mre/timelapse168 ★
mre/vscode-snippet124 ★
lycheeverse/lychee96 ★
hello-rust/hello51 ★

You can find me on Twitter, LinkedIn, Stack Overflow, and Github or send me an e-mail.

Oh yeah, here is a list of my previous talks. Let me know if you need a speaker.