Get in touch#
You can shoot me an email at [email protected], but please read the fine print below first.
If you’re based in Copenhagen, don’t be a stranger. Let’s grab a coffee or a beer. I love to network.
The fine print#
Please don’t directly send me your code or issues. Instead, ask a question on Stack Overflow (or similar) and let me know about it. I’ll try my best to answer it there, but if not, there’s a good chance somebody else can help you.
I’m only interested in speaking at conferences with an enforced Code of Conduct in place. I prefer to speak at conferences that promote inclusivity and are actively working towards improving diversity amongst both attendees and speakers.
I’m an LGBTQ+ ally and my preferred pronouns are he/him/his.
I am not looking for work.
The legal side#
This is my personal website. The opinions expressed herein represent my own, and not those of any employer, group, or organization.
All original content on martinbuberl.com is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License attributable to Martin Buberl.
All code samples on martinbuberl.com are licensed under the MIT license.
All code available on GitHub is licensed under the MIT license.
Speaking photo courtesy of Camilla Styrström, © 2017.
Open Graph photos by Mika Ruusunen, Kelly Sikkema, Patrik Göthe, Mike Wilson, Martin Staněk, Kamil Lehmann, Thomas Verbruggen, Jeremy Cai, Jeff Sheldon, Fré Sonneveld, Mr. Marco, David Marcu, Jason Long, Sergey Zolkin, Vita Vilcina, Juskteez Vu, Grzegorz Mleczek, Forrest Cavale, Samuel Zeller, Aldo Schumann, Amador Loureiro, Ryan Searle, Ben Moore, Kai Pilger, Ashim D’Silva on Unsplash.