Backend engineer at trivago, open-source maintainer, speaker. Writes about Rust, low-level computing, and microwave clocks. About me.

Hi, I'm Matthias Endler!

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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 got an M.Sc. 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. I run Hello, Rust!, a YouTube channel about the Rust programming language.

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

awesome-static-analysis6506 ★
idiomatic-rust1349 ★
the-coding-interview979 ★
receipt-parser439 ★
cargo-inspect198 ★
hyperjson197 ★
tinysearch188 ★
kafka-influxdb183 ★
awesome-dynamic-analysis177 ★
fcat163 ★
prettyprint161 ★
vscode-snippet67 ★

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

Oh yeah, and I also give talks. Let me know if you need a speaker.

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