My work environment is the Internet: I love to create digital solutions. However, the path to an optimal solution is not always the same: depending on requirements, target group and state of the art, very different solutions often emerge. All of these solutions have one thing in common for me: they happen to be online.

Regardless of whether I design IT projects or implement web projects according to given specifications: the focus of my work is always on end users. And on the way to going live, but also afterwards, I use a variety of programs and services that are shown on this page. There is actually no need to point out that I am constantly evaluating new tools and burying unused ones.

In recent years, my focus has been less and less on active programming and more on IT project management. Basically, I’m also a kind of “feel good manager”: because the results will only be good if my colleagues are doing well.

IT Project Manager Frankfurt - Web Solutions Architect Frankfurt


Web Technologies - Internet Programming Languages

Software used in development:

  • Atlassian Bitbucket
  • AWS Cloud
  • Docker
  • Elastic Stack
  • Git
  • GitHub
  • GitLab
  • InVision Studio
  • JIRA
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • MySQL
  • PHPmyadmin
  • PhpStorm
  • Postman
  • PostgreSQL
  • Screaming Frog SEO Spider
  • Visual Studio
  • Visual Studio Code
  • WordPress
  • etc.

Other software:

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe InDesign
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Facebook
  • Google Adwords
  • Google Analytics
  • Google Optimize
  • Google Tag Manager
  • Instagram
  • Keywordtool
  • Matomo
  • Slack
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Microsoft OneNote
  • Microsoft Word
  • Twitter
  • Youtube
  • etc.


Platforms - Operating systems - Software development

In 2022 I again switched to a Macbook Pro and since then I am actively developing less and less.

Since 2021 I was using a Windows 10 laptop. My experience with Windows goes back to Windows 3 (in 2004 I also got a Microsoft Certified Professional certification). I use a laptop so that I can do my work anywhere. Because for my current employer, I’m also responsible for the uninterrupted provision of web content using AWS Cloud.

Between 2011 and 2017, I worked on a Macbook Pro/Apple OS to develop high-resolution applications in particular. Since 2017 I’ve only been on Windows 10 because PCs are now reliably 4K compatible.

Until 2017, I only used the iPhone and iPad when using mobile devices. Since then I’ve only been on Android. But that’s not why I’m completely disconnected from the iOS world:

Before that time I used a hardware workbench with many end devices to test the front-end functionality. The behavior of applications could be tested “in real” at the same time by simultaneously mirroring the applications on these end devices.


Data center badges - access validations - keys

Furthermore, between 2007 and 2016, I gained extensive experiences in purchasing and setting up hardware. The installation and administration took place in various data centers in Germany and the USA. This includes installing server hardware, switches, firewalls, cross-connects, cabling, etc. in racks. I then configured the hardware in the data center and put the software into operation.

Since 2007 I have been dealing with the setup of Debian/Ubuntu systems in a wide variety of application scenarios (as a web server, file server, database server, proxy, etc.). Since 2018, I have been expanding this experience in the provision of server capacities to include Docker and AWS Cloud. This simplifies the provisioning of data compared to “on-premise” solutions, since you no longer have to maintain hardware yourself.

I am also used of dealing with issues of IT infrastructure concerning data protection laws (GDPR), such as implications on dealing with user data on websites.

Thanks to my knowledge of digital solutions and web applications, I can create and evaluate technical concepts well.

— Michael Wutzke


Michael Wutzke