How many abstractions does a system need? Which abstractions should be transparent? What languages are best suited for our needs?
After my Band 2 failed again I needed to have another encounter with the Microsoft Support...
In software design one metric seems to be undervalued: the cost of maintenance.
Roughly a year after the original BabyZen device the successor prototype is ready for a test ride.
For my latest project I required an architecture that allows me to scale indefinitely without compromise.
After quite some while AngleSharp finally reached the 1k milestone at GitHub.
How does one prepare for a coding interview?
Just by coincidence Microsoft and Apple held their recent events back to back. The outcome could be surprising...
The Microsoft Band 2 will be the last of its kind. A post mortem.
Recently I got an Intel Edison with an IoT starter kit. My resume after playing around with it a little.
It seems that the momentum towards self-driving cars has reached its peak. Is the enthusiasm justified?
In the 2 weeks I spent most of my time thinking about Green IT. Time to summarize.
The IoT contest of CodeProject ended in the beginning of August. Now the results have been published.
What's all the fuzz about these new intelligent bots?
As an educated developer with high-quality standards one expects these standards everywhere... but the reality looks different.
In the recent months the usage of HTTPS has doubled. This is good news and an indicator that let's encrypt has a huge impact.
I was pleasantly surprised to see the very efficient Microsoft support working even for important Band 2 devices.
People still don't get web frontend performance. A reminder.
The digitization is blocked by the human factor. What needs to be done to succeed here?
My new article on SitePoint introduces the Ramda.js library.
The first version of MAGES is about to be released.
Why keep we calling the desktop computer a personal computer?
In a couple of weeks the first version of my new minimal embeddable scripting language is ready.
Right now I have two articles on the CodeProject who may win article of the month competitions.
Since Tech.Pro has been defunct for some time now I thought it's worth giving my notes a new home.
Three years after Sumerics was declared final it is back and will stay partially maintained.
After nearly a year without an article I am back with an unusual topic.
Parallel 2016 - A Good One
Decades after the invention of the tele terminal intelligent bots are becoming mass products.
What does it take to damage an established eco-system? A pissed package author and web of (removable) dependencies.
Recently, I've been busy with some projects, so its time for a quick recap of activities.
Minecraft, E-Mail, calendar, ... and now a keyboard. What is this good for?
A platform once started full hope faces the abyss. The question is now who is to blame?
Another write-up of stories involving my previous adventures in recruitment processes.