About me, Bryan Hogan, and my blog.

About Me

I'm Bryan Hogan, a (Web) Developer, Digital Creator and Blogger.
Soon to be graduate in Code & Context, a modern interdisciplinary B.Sc. study in Cologne that combines the fields of computer science, design and entrepreneurship.

I have recently spent a year abroad in South Korea, studying at different universities. At the beginning of my stay abroad I also started with BryanHogan.com/blog, a place for me to share all the things I would have loved to know about before I knew about them.
Check out my latest post titled: "How To Sync Obsidian". More on my blog down below.

I also run a monthly newsletter called "Bryan's Briefing" since the beginning of 2024 in which I share what I'm up to, cool insights I've recently had and other amazing content I came across.

Like described on my Now page, I'm currently working on ToLearnKorean.com and WebDev.BryanHogan.com in addition to working as a Software Developer at DGS (smaller company in Germany) and writing my bachelor thesis in the space of building an app to support you in journaling and improving your health and wellbeing.

I've got a more career focussed introduction of myself on my portfolio page.

About My Blog

In my blog "Bryan's Blog" I engage with topics that interest me, all with the aim to also help you. From health-related topics such as understanding sleep, to sharing cultural insights and achieving personal goals. I want to share my journey and learn alongside others.

What I Value & How I Think:

  • 🌱 - There's special meaning in building a great future for yourself and others.
  • ❤️ - To life happily in the future you need to be healthy.
  • ⏳ - To achieve ambitious goals some things need to be improved, productivity can sometimes help with that.
  • 📣 - There's already amazing content out there, and I'm eager to share it.
  • ⚙️ - Modern thinking and building requires some technology. I also just love building digital experiences.

My favorite tags:

  • Learning - About language learning, acquiring skills, educational content and getting better at learning itself.
  • Korea - I studied one year abroad in South Korea. Exploring Korea was fascinating. I was able to experience many new things, it was very different to the life I had Germany and I loved that. I also made some great memories.
  • Development - About developing in the web and more. Started creating artifacts in Code & Context and have loved it ever since.

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