My first write-up of stories involving my current adventures in recruitment processes.
Several weeks ago I received the Lumia 950 DS. Now its time to draw first conclusions.
Finally, the HTML5 mastery series is being published - part by part.
The slides for my talk at the DDC 2015 are now online.
Some things I would do different if I would have to start again.
How would you define scalability?
Finally, we arrived in the future of back to the future (2). Time to ask: What are the greatest movies about the future?
In a few weeks my HTML5 Mastery Class series will be published on Tuts+.
For years the local .NET usergroup has been an important facet of the Regensburg .NET community. Now its time for a little renovation.
After a little timeout I published yet another article on SitePoint.
Microsoft is embracing open-source and changing its attitude, but does the new strategy appeal to developers?
It is possible for the D programming language to make a comeback?
Two weeks ago Microsoft released Windows 10. I recently upgraded, but unfortunately I was disappointed.
Should types be placed on the left or right side? I have a strong opinion and valid arguments for the right side.
Building upon the initial success of the BabyZen IoT project we now finished the device prototype.
Visual Studio 2015 has just been released. What's in the box?
Preview of my upcoming talk in the .NET usergroup about advanced topics concerning HTML.
Companies tend to calculate their profit by simple models, but higher order effects should not be neglected.
Software is moving faster than ever. Time to step back and reason about future developments.
Barely anyone is doing TDD. Was it ever done (correctly)? But we should all reconsider.
With v0.9 coming soon it is time to think about v1.0 and final touches.
My Microsoft Virtual Academy course about modern C++ is now available.
The sixth edition of the DDC features many interesting talks.
Microsoft integrates iOS and Android applications into their system. Can this be successful?
Last week I've attended the Parallel for the first time. Time for an evaluation.
I think it is time I give a talk dedicated to (some) modern programming languages.
C++ did not receive much love in the past. Now its time for the bees to take over.
There are many testing frameworks for C++, but none did satisfy all my requirements... Then I got caught!
What is the ideal general purpose programming language? Obviously there is no such thing...
Recently a lot of alleged standards arrived. This is a rather annoying trend.
I will give two talks at the developer week in Nürnberg.
What are the right tools to create cross-platform applications?
A list of very handy tools to write and publish Markdown based text files.
Mozilla did not only save the web by providing a more than competitive browser against IE6, but is also developing other great projects these days.
With AngleSharp v0.8 published, it is time to look at the roadmap again.
Last week Microsoft previewed Windows 10 to a larger audience. But they also had another thing to show.
The para//el is a conference for parallel computing, concurrency and multi-core systems.