Mike Kasberg

is a Software Developer at Zen Planner where he develops web applications with Java, Spring Boot, SQL, and javascript. He is also an experienced Android developer.

Blog


13 Jan 2019 · 5 Tech Talks Every Web Developer Should Watch

Software Development

I enjoy listening to tech talks from expert software engineers. When you listen to a good tech talk, you’re given the opportunity to learn from someone else’s experiences, and this is really valuable in such a fast-moving industry. A lot…

20 Nov 2018 · KeePass vs Bitwarden: A Comparison of Free Password Managers

Thoughts & Ideas

It’s been nearly 2 years since I originally wrote about How I Manage Passwords with KeePass. That blog entry was inspired by Troy Hunt’s post, “The only secure password is one you can’t remember”. Using KeePass has been a wonderful…

07 Oct 2018 · 5 Reasons to Contribute to Open Source

Software Development

It’s October, and Hacktoberfest is in full swing! It’s a great time to contribute to open source. I love open source software and the open source community, and I think contributing to open source software has lots of benefits for…

Apps


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ConfessIt

ConfessIt is an app for Catholics. It has 4.5 stars in the Google Play App Store after more than 550 reviews and 28,000 downloads.

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Count the Dots

Count the Dots is a surprisingly challenging and addictive game based on Subitizing.

About


I'm a Software Developer at Zen Planner where develop web applications using Java, Spring Boot, SQL, and Javascript. I'm also an experienced Android developer. In my increasingly scarce free time, I develop websites and Android apps. My most recent app is Count the Dots, a game that's based on subitizing. I also maintain ConfessIt, an app for Catholics, with a 4.5 star rating after more than 550 reviews and 28,000 downloads.

I graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Colorado School of Mines with a degree in computational and applied mathematics; I subsequently completed a Master's of Education at the University of Denver as part of the Denver Teacher Residency. After a short stint of full-time teaching, I returned to the field of software engineering at SpotX, where I worked for 3 years before joining Zen Planner.