Introduction I have for some time wanted to share more of my photography on my website instead of just having it on the fleeting media of Instagram. A return to good old photography blogging. I can remember probably 10 years or more ago where I followed Jon Olsson's blog and always enjoyed the photography posts. … Continue reading Roll of film 001 – Ilford FP4
Laying bricks scales somewhat linearly. If one guy takes 4 weeks to build a house then you can add three more for a total of four people and expect the work to be done in 1 week. This works across a lot of different tasks and areas, but of course not infinitely. If we keep … Continue reading Linearly scalable work
October was quite a "productive" month in terms of photography. Productive is of course the wrong word to use as photography is more about the process and creative aspect than productivity. But at the end of the month October did yield quite a lot of good images. As I recently bought an old motorcycle and … Continue reading Photography October 2020
This past month has been a lot more productive in terms of photography than probably the last half or full year. "Productive" is actually a very "bad" word for it. I do not take photos to be productive or with some other higher goal. I do so because I enjoy the process. It forces me … Continue reading Photography April 2020
When implementing the agile way of working, companies are left with a decision on whether to have dedicated scrum master or let the role be handled by one of the existing resources in the team. I have worked in teams with both dedicated and shared resources for the scrum master role and I have formed a very clear preference.
March has not been the most active in terms of photography. A lot of stuff has happened in my life, so not as much time for photography as I may have wanted. I returned to the unruly market of independent freelancing and had 3 days at work before being asked to work from home. The … Continue reading Photography March 2020
The Camp Adventure Tower in Denmark rises high above the trees and is very majestically seen from the highway going from south of Zealand to Copenhagen. I had driven past it several times and both seen it being constructed and finalised from the windows of my car. But I finally took the time to have … Continue reading Camp Adventure Tower Denmark
Building a solution from the start to be able to switch database can be a very smart move. In some cases it could be argued that too much software is built for re-usability and with layers of abstraction that are never actually used for anything. But in some cases it makes a lot of sense to make sure that you build your solution in a way that would afford you a good number of options going forward.
Harmful management is not a very widely used term. I even considered coining the term "Iatrogenic management" but left it - at least for now - even though iatrogenic is a perfect term to describe the problem at hand. Iatrogenic is a term taken from health care and medicine.
What problem does Request Manager API Pattern solve? Coding guidelines and code reviews are good ways to ensure code quality and enforce structure. But they also have their limitations. When time is in short demand and the lead developer/architect have no chance of keeping up with the new code being developed, the architecture, structure and … Continue reading Ensuring code quality for API’s with Request Manager API Pattern