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
In the following I will show how it is possible to have two app's from one React Native Expo repository with a little help from Python and a bit of Powershell.
"Agile" is all over every workplace from municipalities over manufactoring to of course software development. Everyone has caught the "bug" and everyone talks about agile as the best thing since sliced bread. Agile is of course a framework that somewhat encourages you to take the things you like and get value from and leave out … Continue reading Is agile killing time for reflection
Every once in a while you into these strange annoying issues when working with React Native. For a lot of things it is really good and you really feel and are productive. But then these little annoyances just sneak up on you out of the blue. This issue with createBottomNavigator and the header was one … Continue reading Keep header with nested createBottomNavigator
Hereby some photos from the last month or so. Ordered somewhat by date, but apart from that no real thought behind them, other than what I have found interesting enough to photograph during the last month. And as I cannot really decide where to share the pictures that I take, as I have developed an … Continue reading Photography October 2019
In small companies, keeping a common goal is simple. There is probably only one product and hence product goal equals company goal. Messing up incentives is hard (but of course not impossible) as people should be rewarded for making that single product more successful. For increasing sales, improving the product or making it more stable. … Continue reading Common goal and incentive structures in large companies