Webstep Sweden had our yearly conference this time in lovely Berlin, one of the days I held Open Space together with my colleagues. As always it was really engaging and fun, and as always there are some groups that don’t want to stop even when the day has ended. Looking forward to next year!
How to fail w. agile! November the 19th in Stockholm I will do a presentation about “How to Fail w. Agile”, how you can undermine your team and other stuff to ensure that the product doesn’t will ship. It’s free to attend and is combined with a small snack and the new James Bond movie. … Read moreHow to fail w. agile!
Made an environment logger using Arduino, NodeJS and Mongodb Logs temperature, humidity, heatindex and light level to a web application running node.js and mongodb. You can read more on github
A while back I decided to change my DYS SN30a BlHeli / Tiger Motors (2204/2300) setup with RG20a and Cobra CM2204/2300, but due to bad weather and traveling I haven’t had the time to test it out… until today. I really love the RG20a they are awsome, it’s hard to tell if the Cobra was … Read moreBlackout Super Mini H Update
When you are prototyping w. JS and JSON you need a webserver if you separate your data from your program. So here is four tips 🙂 1. Use Python SimpleHTTPServer Python will serve your files from the catalogue where you started the server python –m SimpleHTTPServer If you like to use NodeJS you have several … Read moreSmall webserver setup
Java has further enhanced security to make the user system less vulnerable to external exploits. Starting with Java 7 Update 51, Java does not allow users to run applications that are not signed (unsigned), self-signed (not signed by trusted authority) or that are missing permission attributes. This means that you can get problems running an … Read moreJava error: Missing required Permissions manifest attribute in main jar
Encapsulate! No developers were harmed in this article! The object names was changed to protect the developers involved. I often see objects implemented as value objects (such as POJOs) that should be fully fledge objects instead! I have implemented a bunch of them myself over the years – but they usually infer problems like bugs … Read moreEncapsulate!
As a long time user of Linux I really like using aliases, it speeds up typing and repetitive commands. Git has also aliases built in so you can use it on all platforms. The only drawback with alias is that when you pair with a colleague or using another box, you cant use them without … Read moreGIT Aliases
You have probably seen forgotten merge code, a faulty ctrl+s that has stored a s in an xml file, an accidental copy/move of code when scrolling with mouse, which have been found after code pushed to server when something isn’t working correctly. Code is compiled and will give you a compile error, but XML won’t, … Read moreXML Validation on builds