About Me

Marius Schulz

Hello there! My name is Marius Schulz. I'm 25 years old and live in beautiful Munich, Germany, where I study Computer Science at Technical University of Munich and work as a software developer at 69 Grad.

I code, blog, publish, speak, and tweet, although not necessarily in that order. You'll also find me on StackOverflow and XING. In my spare time, I enjoy working out, running, and reading.

If you want to say hi, feel free to drop me a line or hit me up on Twitter, where I tweet as @mariusschulz. I look forward to hearing from you!


I've produced a bunch of screencasts for egghead.io — check them out!

Open Source

Since I'm a firm believer in open source, I run a couple of projects myself:

  • gulp-iife: A Gulp plugin for wrapping JavaScript code in IIFEs
  • ExtraLINQ: Simplify your code by leveraging additional LINQ extension methods
  • jQuery.passwordStrength: Determine and visualize the strength of a password
  • FluentImageResizing: Resize and crop images in .NET using a fluent interface
  • NAverage: Compute the average of a set of values using different algorithms


I've been speaking about various development topics at a couple of conferences:

  • Magdeburger Developer Days
    • Introduction to React
  • Developer Week 2017
    • Advanced TypeScript
    • Introduction to React
    • Introduction to React (workshop)
  • Developer Week 2016
    • ECMAScript 2015: The New JavaScript
    • ECMAScript 2015: The New JavaScript (workshop)
  • Magdeburger Developer Days
    • ECMAScript 2015: The New JavaScript
  • Developer Week 2015
    • Swift, the Successor to Objective-C
  • Developer Week 2014
    • The Architecture of ASP.NET Web API
    • Underscore.js: The Missing Parts of JavaScript
  • Web Developer Conference 2013 kompakt
    • Knockout.js: MVVM with HTML and JavaScript
  • Developer Week 2013
    • Knockout.js: MVVM with HTML and JavaScript


As part of my Computer Science courses at TUM, I've worked on the following papers:

I've also written a bunch of articles for the German dotnetpro magazine: