About Robert Möstl
My name is Robert Möstl, I'm from Styria (Austria), and I run a solo business called Scaling Curve since 2016.
I build and maintain web applications for small to mid-sized businesses in Austria.
From 2016 till 2019, I also had a special focus on data visualization. While I don't promote my data visualization services anymore, people can still hire me at customdashboards.dev. Data visualization is still fun, but I find building web-based business applications is even more fun.
Take a look at my professional portfolio over at Scaling Curve.
For a collection of personal side projects take a look at tools.
How to say hello?
moestl dot robert [are you a spammer?] gmail dot com or on Twitter @rmoestl.
What are yoda conditions?
A yoda condition is a programming expression in which the elements
are interchanged compared to their more intuitive, natural order. For
if (5 == count) instead of
if (count == 5).
It's like when Yoda would say "if strong is the force" instead of
"if the force is strong".
I first came across this term in Jeff Atwood's blog post
Programming Jargon. Yoda conditions can be pretty useful.
For example, I like to use
if ("".equals(str)) to avoid
a NullPointerException in Java in case