About me

Disclaimer: This site provides my personal ramblings about things I like. It's also an extension of my memory. It expresses my personal views and has no relation whatsoever to my employer, the Council of the European Union.

It may also break your software and confuse your mind. You have been warned.

The author

My name is Martin Hoffmann. I am an IT guy living in the outer area of Brussels, Belgium. I am 42 years old, if you must know.

I have become a Christian not so long ago. This was the best thing that ever happened to me.

My interests

IT: Linux; whether on my laptop, through Cygwin, in a VM or on a Raspberry Pi. Programming languages; in particular Java and Scala.

Life beyond IT: music, books, languages, sports. My lovely wife. Our lord and saviour, Jesus Christ.

Why is this blog called like that?

public class Blog extends Brain {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println("That's why.");
    }
}