Full stack web developer, reverse engineer, FOSS advocate.

Founder of FoxGPT, a free and open source reverse proxy for OpenAI, allowing everyone to use the OpenAI API for free. Please note that FoxGPT is not maintained by myself anymore, but by volunteers.

Who are you?

Hello there! I'm Felix, a student living in Germany. Welcome to my website! A list of programming languages I use, projects I contributed to, and more infos about me can be found here.

What can I find on this website?

This website currently only contains a blog, in which I give advice on software, programming and more.

Also, I built this whole website's front-end more or less from scratch. No stolen templates, no website builder, no third party CSS framework. Why? Because I wanted to learn how to build a website from scratch.

But this also means there might be some issues here and there. If you find any bugs, please report them to my GitHub.

Where can I find your full name/phone number? (Personal/Private Information)

Because I care about privacy, I don't publish my entire CV and personal data, including name, photo or phone number. If you want to get it touch with me though, there are a lot of options how you can do so listed in my contact page.
Also, this won't change (much) when I become an adult. I'll still care about privacy, at least that's what I hope as of right now.

My Timeline

I started creating my own little games more than 7 years ago, and that's also around the time I started making videos. Back then, we had an old laptop really slow so we decided to run Linux Mint on it, so I guess I can proudly say:

I grew up with Linux, but I didn't even realize it that time, because back then all I was doing was filming tutorials on how to install Mozilla Firefox. Jokes aside, I always had fun tinkering with tech as a little child.

The first "actual" programming language I learnt was Python - in a maker space. At that time first, I was frustrated by how I needed to use str() just to print out a number in the terminal properly.

So, I decided programming was way to complicated for me and focused on graphics design instead. I gained a lot of experience with Paint.NET.

I already knew some Batch scripts from the internet, so I created my first significant programming project - a program which replaces texture files for Minecraft resource packs. It's still available on GitHub. It basically just replaces a file to change the texture of a emerald to that of a ruby and vice versa.

This was my first successful programming project, and quickly, I decided to learn more about programming. I got myself a book about Python (not an ad) and coded my first GUIs in Tkinter, while on vacation on the PC of my dad. One of my first Python projects was a a file editor with themes.

In 2021, I finally finished my first PC build with a Ryzen 3 3200G, 16GB of RAM and a RX 570. I started working a lot with Discord bots and had a lot of fun with it. So much in fact, that I created bots for Minecraft server teams, individuals and more. But out of nowhere, discord.py was discontinued. I was really frustrated about that because this meant that I had to re-code all my bots and this curbed my motivation to work on new bots.

Around summer that year, I saw this video from C
I applied for the GitHub student developer pack, and got accepted, which meant I had my first domain - onlix.me. When I got my VPS in October of 2021, I decided to create my own simple website. I learned HTML, CSS and, in 2022, JavaScript.

In 2022, I started working more on various web development projects, including this website. I also began working on:

I'm looking forward to learn more about other programming languages as well as AI.

My blog

While it is mostly about tech, but I also like to share my thoughts and opinions about anything that crosses my mind.

Read my blog posts