Christian Heilmann

⚡️ First Decoded Chat of the year: Paul Bakaus on AMP

January 5th, 2017

Today on the Decoded Blog I published the first ever Decoded Chat I recorded, where I grilled Paul Baukaus in detail about AMP. This is an hour long Skype call and different to the newer ones – I was still finding the format :). There are quite a few changes that happened to AMP since […]

⚡️ Web bloat isn’t a knowledge problem

January 2nd, 2017

There is a consensus among all browser makers and lovers of the web: the current state of the web is a mess. The average web page is 2.4 megabyte big and has over 200 requests. We spend more time waiting for trackers and ads to load than we spend reading content. Our high-powered computers and […]

⚡️ Enjoying the silence…

December 27th, 2016

It is a strange love I have for the web. Ever since I used the web for the first time it felt like taking a ride with a best friend. I knew I had to start working on it to never let it down again. Many people who started with the web when I did […]

⚡️ Taking a look behind the scenes before publicly dismissing something

December 3rd, 2016

Lately I started a new thing: watching “behind the scenes” features of movies I didn’t like. At first this happened by chance (YouTube autoplay, to be precise), but now I do it deliberately and it is fascinating. Van Helsing to me bordered on the unwatchable, but as you can see there are a lot of […]

⚡️ Pixels, Politics and P2P – Internet Days Stockholm 2016

December 2nd, 2016

I just got back from the Internet Days conference in Stockholm, Sweden. I was flattered when I was asked to speak at this prestigious event, but I had no idea until I arrived just how much fun it would be. I loved the branding of he conference as it was all about pixels and love. […]