Hi. My name is Philipp Rieber.
I'm a passionate web developer.
I'm 36 years old and I live in Munich, Germany.
I'm a full stack web developer – but not a web designer. I mainly develop completely customised web applications and focus on DevOps tasks. Thus, I'm not limited to a specific area and feel equally comfortable on the client as on the server side – as well as on the console, during software design stage, in a Scrum team or when exploring a customer's precise needs.
I'm working as a Senior Software Engineer at Session Digital GmbH/Inviqa. Before, I evaluated a InsurTech startup idea at WERK1 and worked for seven years as a web developer, team lead and deputy managing director of an internet agency (Onemedia GmbH). Besides, I advise and support some other projects.
For development I use a lot of different concepts, techniques, frameworks, toolkits and libraries - some more, some less.
- Google APIs
- Twelve-Factor App
- Symfony Components
- Elastic Beanstalk
- Travis CI
- jQuery Mobile
- Action Script
- Design Patterns
- Bash Scripting
- Zend Studio
- Unit Tests
- Symfony Ecosystem
- Zend Framework
- Route 53
- Amazon Web Services
- Social Media
- User Stories
- Hexagonal Architecture
Besides web development, I write and talk about it and like to support other developers. Every free minute I try new tools and libraries, read documentation, do tutorials, check IT news or watch video trainings. I love to constantly learn new things and to improve my skills.
I love to attend web development conferences and workshops. For example, I attended Symfony Live and the Symfony Day several times, as well as some roadshows, presentations or trainings from Adobe, Amazon and Microsoft.
Every now and then I write articles and books about web development or translate from English. In everyday work I'm also texting a lot for case studies, references or documentation. Occasionally I blog at blog.philipp-rieber.net.
Alice und Faker
March 2015, German PHPmagazin 3.15
Cover story, 8 pages, Teaser
July 2015, German PHPmagazin 5.15
7 pages, Read online
- How I use PhpStorm, Session Digital GmbH, 23.10.2015
- Connecting Xdebug to PhpStorm, Symfony User Group München, 29.09.2015
- Connecting Xdebug to PhpStorm, Session Digital GmbH, July 31, 2015
- Customized Fixtures with Faker & Alice, PHP User Group Munich, May 27, 2015
- Customized Fixtures with Faker & Alice, Symfony User Group Munich, May 11, 2015
- Symfony's OptionsResolver component, Symfony User Group Munich, September 26, 2012
- HTML5, Onemedia GmbH, January 17, 2012
- Project planing, Onemedia GmbH, September 23, 2009