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Rodney Rehm
Works at Medialize
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WebDevelopment (Ich Entwickle Web Applikationen - Programme, die in deinem Browser laufen)
Employment
  • Medialize
    Web Developer, 2011 - present
  • Medialize GbR
    Geschäftsführer, 2008 - 2011
  • Freelancer
    Mädchen für Alles, 2004 - 2008
  • Hifi TV Video Hauser
    Intern, 2000 - 2004
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Lottstetten
Previously
Radolfzell - Ramat Hasharon, Israel - Paderborn
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WebDeveloper from South Germany
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WebDeveloper, involved in smarty.net, involved in Meet The Beat. (Mostly) doing PHP and Javascript development.
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Survived meeting Jeena in real life!
Education
  • HGS Singen
    1991 - 2004
  • RS Jestetten
    1995 - 1996
  • AIS Israel
    1996 - 1998
  • RS Jestetten
    Mittlere Reife, 1998 - 2001
  • HGS Singen
    Abitur, 2001 - 2004
  • Universität Konstanz
    abgebrochen…, 2005 - 2008
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I wrote something about how to (and why) access the <script> element from within the running JavaScript :)
 
“Identifying the current <script> element” (2ality guest post by +Rodney Rehm)
http://www.2ality.com/2014/05/current-script.html
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I wrote about our latest encounter with viewport units on iOS 7 - how things were analyzed, fixed and properly resolved
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Naja, Umstellung auf GIT is ja schon geplant™
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The last couple of days we played with Emscripten. Specifically, we tried to compile libsass to JavaScript so we could run the Sass compiler in the browser. I wrote up what we did and how we did in detail.
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Myth.io is a new CSS preprocessor that has seen some buzz in the last couple of days. It claims to be a like a CSS polyfill - only it's not. Here's why…
http://blog.rodneyrehm.de/archives/30-CSS-Polyfill-Preprocessor-Its-A-Myth.html
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A month ago I discovered that my Nexus7 doesn't work anymore. I use it as a test-device - so it's not used very often - once a month, maybe. Having tried all the tricks I could find on the Internet I sent the thing back to ASUS to have it fixed.

ASUS demanded a copy of the invoice. I originally bought the thing right off the PlayStore. I didn't get a paper invoice. All I could find was something resembling an invoice on the PlayStore. ASUS accepted that, though.

Today I get an e-mail reminding me that I should respond to a quote they sent on November 11th (approx 3 weeks before they even received the device). They're telling me that I have to pay 87 Euro to replace a part called "ME370T BAT COSLI LI-POLY FPACK" - which I figure is the battery. But they're not telling me that, they're only saying it's not covered by the warranty.

I don't care for the 87 Euros, nor that it's a third of what I payed for the device in the first place. It doesn't even bother me that for 170 Euro I could get a completely new Nexus 7 (with another year of useless warranty) from Amazon.

Am I too used to Apple's service that I expect things like these to be sorted out quickly, friendly and - since it obviously is a hardware defect - for free?

Since this incident puts ASUS on my no-buy list, what other 7" tablet running an up-to-date (!) android should I buy for replacement?
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I thought (ab)using <base> for cache busting was a good idea. Boy was I wrong. Read about the unpleasant side effects here: http://blog.rodneyrehm.de/archives/25-Revisioning-Assets-using-base.html
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I wrote about how you can include resources from github repositories in tools like JSFiddle, JSBin, Dabblet, CodePen, et.al - and explained why this isn't possible right out of the box.
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Compiling libsass to JavaScript yielded a rather ugly API, so we build a convenience wrapper - meet Sass.js
sass.js - Sass.js - API for emscripted libsas to run in the browser
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Ya, I was already thinking about cache and minification. I'm 99~% convinced about using sass.js, I just need to sit down, try it a bit and then think wether implementing this would be better than using a node.js based backend to do per-request sass compilation (though this will be slower in runtime).
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I just upgraded to iScroll 5 and documented the changes I came across
http://blog.rodneyrehm.de/archives/32-Updating-to-iScroll-5.html
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Wrote a little something about teaching between the lines.
http://blog.rodneyrehm.de/archives/29-Subliminal-Learning.html
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double-feature with @asciidisco- exciting :)
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