Hello I'm ...

...Markus Haack, a developer, a engineer, a husband of a wonderful wife and a proud dad, based in the beautiful city of Leipzig, Germany. I have a bachelors in computer science and even a good old Dipl-Ing lol.
Currently I'm a Senior Technical Lead at Adobe working on commerce and Adobe Experince Manager.

I play with Nintendo and various of electronic & IOT stuff and I'm keen in automating our house with all kinds of usefull and useless smart devices.

Markus

My Latest Projects

Stuff I worked on recently

  • Home Assistant - Homematic HM-Dis-EP-WM55 e-paper display

    My second Home Assistant project is about the integration of the Homematic HM-Dis-EP-WM55 e-paper display in my HA setup. I am sharing some reusable scripts for this or similar devices.
    Github
  • Home Assistant - The big move

    This “project” is about the change I did from OpenHab to Home Assistant for our smart home automation system. Ok maybe the headline sounds a bit too sensational but change our entire home automation setup from one system we used for 2+ years now to a completely new one requires quite some heavy lifting.
    Github
  • Dollhouse Mini TV

    The dollhouse Mini TV is a small Arduino project using a cost-efficient ESP8266 chip and an SSD1306 OLED display to build a small working TV for my daughter's birthday.
    Github Hackster.io
  • IoT enabled Jack-O-Lantern Flamethrower

    A flame-throwing Jack-O-Lantern is a real Halloween highlight and definitely something to impress the trick-or-treaters and your neighbors. An internet controlled IoT flame throwing Jack-O-Lantern is even better.
    Github Hackster.io
  • Creepy Halloween Eyes

    Halloween is coming in a few days and here is the first of my Halloween projects for 2018 - a creepy pumpkin watching you. Every step you take, every move you make is seen by this little guy.
    Github Hackster.io
  • This Site

    My personal website project. I wanted to play with some modern web technologies and relaunched the site in summer 2018.
    Github
  • 433Mhz <-> MQTT gateway with some extras

    This project is a simple bidirectional gateway to transmit and receive 433Mhz RF signals connected to MQTT. It is built with a cost-effective ESP8266 WiFi chip, simple 433Mhz RF modules and an additional BMP085 sensor.
    Github Hackster.io
  • Homie Sensor project with BME280

    The mqtt-bme280-homie project is a small and easy to integrate temperature, air pressure and humidity monitoring solution with an extra SSD1306 OLED display. Sensor data is send via MQTT and displayed on the small screen.
    Github Hackster.io