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I am Christoph Voigt, a software engineer, consultant, manager, and entrepreneur, boasting over a decade of experience in the industry.

Throughout my career, I have dedicated my efforts to working with #containers, #kubernetes, #golang and cloud infrastructure. Additionally, I am passionate about #rust, #zig and #wasm.

In collaboration with a group of colleagues, I co-founded Liquid Reply GmbH, a consultancy that specializes in cloud-provider agnostic infrastructure.

I’m based in Hannover, Germany where I reside with my two wonderful daughters and the most amazing woman I have had the fortune of finding. πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§β€πŸ‘§

πŸ‘¨πŸΌβ€πŸ’» I code. #

  • My expertise lies in coding across multiple languages, with a primary focus on Go.

πŸƒ I run. #

  • I embarked on my running journey in 2022 with the goal of completing a half-marathon. Unfortunately, my progress was hindered by illness and injuries. Consequently, I have only completed a half-marathon unofficially so far. However, I remain determined to achieve my goal, and in the meantime, you can track my progress on Strava.

πŸ“– I read. #

  • I have a deep passion for reading and have been immersed in technical books for many years. This habit started during my university days as a means to acquire free books, and I have continued it throughout my professional life.
  • My all-time favourite things on the internet can be foundΒ  here. If you read them and like them, tweet me and tell me! I’d love to chat about them with you.

πŸ“’ I talk. #

  • Occasionally, or when I’m really into a topic, I give talks. You can find a list of my talks here.

🌐 I internet. #

An incomplete list of things I used to do, but don’t do anymore: #

  • Hannover Gophers
    I co-organized the Hannover Gophers meetup with Tobias Pauling. Unfortunately, the pandemic forced us to discontinue the meetup.
    I collaborated with Max KΓΆrbΓ€cher to produce a weekly newsletter covering Cloud-Native Software, Culture, and Practices. After two years, we decided to conclude the newsletter to pursue other projects.
  • Kubernetes Release Team
    I contributed to the Kubernetes Release Team and served as a member of the 1.22, 1.23, and 1.24 Release Teams. In the 1.22 cycle, I held the position of Bug Triage Lead. However, following the birth of my second child, I decided to take a break from the Release Team.

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