Hi there, my name is Peter.

I am a software developer, Scrum master & human.

I’ve been working as a front-end developer for a couple of years, first in different startups in Berlin, and now at AND Digital in London, helping clients fulfill their digital aspirations by helping them with processes and implementation of web solutions.

I like pushing my own limits by moving to new countries and doing new things. I am passionate about human connection and about how we can preserve our planet so that future generations can still make the best of their lives here.

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  • Tonderai Ngirande

    Hi thanks i have a small project for you App me +263773026253 or email tondengirande@gmail.com

  • HI Pete
    I am making a bot using dialogflow my issue is that i wanted to store sentences which the bot is not trained for ie i want to get the sentences that lead to fallback scenario in that case i wnat to store those query in firebase how am i suppose to do that i triad it with your name example but its kinda too complex for it to work

  • Niko_888

    Hi Peter!
    I’m making a project using DialogFlow and FireBase.
    It’s a Bot. And I wanted to ask you how can I send messages only to those people who fit some queries.
    For example, bot asks: -Do you have a car? . Answer is “No”. Then bot writes to DB that this person doesn’t have a car.
    And later we need to send some messages for all the people who don’t have a car.
    So I need your help with this :) Thank you!

    • Hi Niko,
      you’d have to read the information on whether or not the user has a car from the DB again in the intent that is supposed to send the message for people who don’t have a car.

      • Niko_888

        Mate, could you please make a tutorial video related to message distrubution and retrieving data from DB ? It would be very helpful. Thanks!

  • 象道

    the most elegant tutorial on clojure concurrency i have ever seen so far:

    thank you very much!

    • peterfessel

      Cool, thanks so much. I’m glad you found it helpful!