tag

api

None shall pass

5 minute read

I hope by now we all integrate with third party tooling when it comes to validating code changes and enforcing conventions and good practice. But what do you...

Power pulling

2 minute read

A while ago I wrote about how we do cross platform code reviews in our team to boost productivity and share knowledge. To do this we rely on Github and their...

cd

None shall pass

5 minute read

I hope by now we all integrate with third party tooling when it comes to validating code changes and enforcing conventions and good practice. But what do you...

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

Devops workflow Part 2 - Continuous Delivery

6 minute read

Now that we’ve got CI covered thanks to part 1, it’s time to tweak our pipeline to allow continuous delivery (CD). The traditional model where developers onl...

Agile is dead

4 minute read

Last week I got to give a talk on my vision of how to go about software engineering and everything that accompagnies it. While I still want to write a few po...

Got served? Introducing ober!

1 minute read

At Build 2016, Microsoft announced that the Windows Store app submission API was coming out in preview. Being a continuous deployment freak, this was music t...

RE: The land the Scrum forgot

3 minute read

As a software developer it happens I got nuts about a conference session or keynote. This is exactly what happened when I watched the video of Robert C. Mart...

Dashing - Bamboo Agent widget

1 minute read

Sometimes, in software development, you come across missing implementations in paid tools that you can’t possibly comprehend. One of those I recently hit was...

ci

None shall pass

5 minute read

I hope by now we all integrate with third party tooling when it comes to validating code changes and enforcing conventions and good practice. But what do you...

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

Java two dot oh

5 minute read

I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

Agile is dead

4 minute read

Last week I got to give a talk on my vision of how to go about software engineering and everything that accompagnies it. While I still want to write a few po...

Got served? Introducing ober!

1 minute read

At Build 2016, Microsoft announced that the Windows Store app submission API was coming out in preview. Being a continuous deployment freak, this was music t...

RE: The land the Scrum forgot

3 minute read

As a software developer it happens I got nuts about a conference session or keynote. This is exactly what happened when I watched the video of Robert C. Mart...

Dashing - Bamboo Agent widget

1 minute read

Sometimes, in software development, you come across missing implementations in paid tools that you can’t possibly comprehend. One of those I recently hit was...

continuous deployment

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

Devops workflow Part 2 - Continuous Delivery

6 minute read

Now that we’ve got CI covered thanks to part 1, it’s time to tweak our pipeline to allow continuous delivery (CD). The traditional model where developers onl...

continuous integration

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

Java two dot oh

5 minute read

I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

Devops workflow Part 2 - Continuous Delivery

6 minute read

Now that we’ve got CI covered thanks to part 1, it’s time to tweak our pipeline to allow continuous delivery (CD). The traditional model where developers onl...

Devops workflow Part I - Continuous Integration

13 minute read

Talking about adopting a devops or agile mindset is all fun and games and probably done with best intentions, but how do you go about this? What do we need t...

delivery

Agile is dead

4 minute read

Last week I got to give a talk on my vision of how to go about software engineering and everything that accompagnies it. While I still want to write a few po...

Dashing - Bamboo Agent widget

1 minute read

Sometimes, in software development, you come across missing implementations in paid tools that you can’t possibly comprehend. One of those I recently hit was...

Worlds collide

1 minute read

At the beginning of this year, the company I work for got acquired by Medialaan, an important player in the Belgian broadcast landscape. While this might see...

deployment

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

Devops workflow Part 2 - Continuous Delivery

6 minute read

Now that we’ve got CI covered thanks to part 1, it’s time to tweak our pipeline to allow continuous delivery (CD). The traditional model where developers onl...

Agile is dead

4 minute read

Last week I got to give a talk on my vision of how to go about software engineering and everything that accompagnies it. While I still want to write a few po...

Got served? Introducing ober!

1 minute read

At Build 2016, Microsoft announced that the Windows Store app submission API was coming out in preview. Being a continuous deployment freak, this was music t...

github

None shall pass

5 minute read

I hope by now we all integrate with third party tooling when it comes to validating code changes and enforcing conventions and good practice. But what do you...

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

Java two dot oh

5 minute read

I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

Running Mastodon

4 minute read

Mastonaut’s log, tootdate 10. We started out by travelling on board of mastodon.social. Being the largest one, we met with people from all over the fediverse...

Patch me up sir!

6 minute read

We’ve all been there, working on code and forgetting about source control for a few hours. In my case, this resulted in crappy, way too large commits once I ...

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

Got a package?

2 minute read

We all know Linux has a lot more focus on CLI tooling compared to Windows. One of the things I like when working on Ubuntu, is that it notifies me of availab...

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

Devops workflow Part 2 - Continuous Delivery

6 minute read

Now that we’ve got CI covered thanks to part 1, it’s time to tweak our pipeline to allow continuous delivery (CD). The traditional model where developers onl...

Continuous deployment for your blog

4 minute read

I’ve been playing with the setup of this blog for quite a while now and seem to have found a setup that matches my desires. I needed a painless static websit...

Devops workflow Part I - Continuous Integration

13 minute read

Talking about adopting a devops or agile mindset is all fun and games and probably done with best intentions, but how do you go about this? What do we need t...

Sign commits on Windows using Keybase.io

4 minute read

One of the things I never really did until now was sign my GitHub commits using a GPG key. Which is rather silly given the fact I have a Keybase.io account a...

Oh my PoSh!

1 minute read

A while ago I created PS-Agnoster because of reasons. After a while I started to play with the idea that it could be used as a base for more themes than just...

Power pulling

2 minute read

A while ago I wrote about how we do cross platform code reviews in our team to boost productivity and share knowledge. To do this we rely on Github and their...

Dashing - Bamboo Agent widget

1 minute read

Sometimes, in software development, you come across missing implementations in paid tools that you can’t possibly comprehend. One of those I recently hit was...

Cross platform code reviews

2 minute read

Code reviews are nothing new in the developer world. In our team, we work according to the git flow principle, meaning we use one or two historical branches ...

Shell shock

2 minute read

PS-Agnoster has been converted to Oh-My-Posh!. The Agnoster theme is now part of a family of themes which can be easily extended with your own. Have a loo...

integration

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

Devops workflow Part 2 - Continuous Delivery

6 minute read

Now that we’ve got CI covered thanks to part 1, it’s time to tweak our pipeline to allow continuous delivery (CD). The traditional model where developers onl...

Devops workflow Part I - Continuous Integration

13 minute read

Talking about adopting a devops or agile mindset is all fun and games and probably done with best intentions, but how do you go about this? What do we need t...

Dashing - Bamboo Agent widget

1 minute read

Sometimes, in software development, you come across missing implementations in paid tools that you can’t possibly comprehend. One of those I recently hit was...

powershell

Running Mastodon

4 minute read

Mastonaut’s log, tootdate 10. We started out by travelling on board of mastodon.social. Being the largest one, we met with people from all over the fediverse...

Patch me up sir!

6 minute read

We’ve all been there, working on code and forgetting about source control for a few hours. In my case, this resulted in crappy, way too large commits once I ...

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

Got a package?

2 minute read

We all know Linux has a lot more focus on CLI tooling compared to Windows. One of the things I like when working on Ubuntu, is that it notifies me of availab...

Sorry princess, my link is symbolic

2 minute read

While going though tutorials about tooling on Linux, I often encountered the use of symbolic links. If you have no idea what these are about, it’s like a sho...

Sign commits on Windows using Keybase.io

4 minute read

One of the things I never really did until now was sign my GitHub commits using a GPG key. Which is rather silly given the fact I have a Keybase.io account a...

Get down with it

1 minute read

I’m a sucker for cool CLI tools, I admit it. And people know this. Ever since I ditched GUI tools for the more powerful console, I’m looking for things that ...

Bashing Windows

6 minute read

Together with Window’s anniversary update came the long awaited Ubuntu on Windows (Bash). In this post I will guide you trough on how to set this up so you c...

Oh my PoSh!

1 minute read

A while ago I created PS-Agnoster because of reasons. After a while I started to play with the idea that it could be used as a base for more themes than just...

Got served? Introducing ober!

1 minute read

At Build 2016, Microsoft announced that the Windows Store app submission API was coming out in preview. Being a continuous deployment freak, this was music t...

Power pulling

2 minute read

A while ago I wrote about how we do cross platform code reviews in our team to boost productivity and share knowledge. To do this we rely on Github and their...

Git inside and outside of Visual Studio

2 minute read

The last few months’ funny things have been happening. One of them was people contacting me in case of Git issues. I do not consider myself to be a Git exper...

Shell shock

2 minute read

PS-Agnoster has been converted to Oh-My-Posh!. The Agnoster theme is now part of a family of themes which can be easily extended with your own. Have a loo...

script

version

blog

A fresh start

1 minute read

The past years have been quite amazing. I became the father of two wonderful kids, I changed my professional path by 100 degrees and got a new diploma while ...

fresh

A fresh start

1 minute read

The past years have been quite amazing. I became the father of two wonderful kids, I changed my professional path by 100 degrees and got a new diploma while ...

new

A fresh start

1 minute read

The past years have been quite amazing. I became the father of two wonderful kids, I changed my professional path by 100 degrees and got a new diploma while ...

start

A fresh start

1 minute read

The past years have been quite amazing. I became the father of two wonderful kids, I changed my professional path by 100 degrees and got a new diploma while ...

study

A fresh start

1 minute read

The past years have been quite amazing. I became the father of two wonderful kids, I changed my professional path by 100 degrees and got a new diploma while ...

twipe

A fresh start

1 minute read

The past years have been quite amazing. I became the father of two wonderful kids, I changed my professional path by 100 degrees and got a new diploma while ...

vikingco

Git inside and outside of Visual Studio

2 minute read

The last few months’ funny things have been happening. One of them was people contacting me in case of Git issues. I do not consider myself to be a Git exper...

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

Worlds collide

1 minute read

At the beginning of this year, the company I work for got acquired by Medialaan, an important player in the Belgian broadcast landscape. While this might see...

A fresh start

1 minute read

The past years have been quite amazing. I became the father of two wonderful kids, I changed my professional path by 100 degrees and got a new diploma while ...

agile

Agile is dead

4 minute read

Last week I got to give a talk on my vision of how to go about software engineering and everything that accompagnies it. While I still want to write a few po...

Fast-paced world

3 minute read

For a while now I’ve been playing with the idea to write a post about how I stay mental in times like these. Most of us have a stressful job where we play mu...

RE: The land the Scrum forgot

3 minute read

As a software developer it happens I got nuts about a conference session or keynote. This is exactly what happened when I watched the video of Robert C. Mart...

Git inside and outside of Visual Studio

2 minute read

The last few months’ funny things have been happening. One of them was people contacting me in case of Git issues. I do not consider myself to be a Git exper...

The Agile Newsroom

7 minute read

A while back I wrote a post about a visit to Medialaan and how impressed I was with how VTM Nieuws worked. I noticed similarities between our worlds and wond...

Cross platform code reviews

2 minute read

Code reviews are nothing new in the developer world. In our team, we work according to the git flow principle, meaning we use one or two historical branches ...

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

Worlds collide

1 minute read

At the beginning of this year, the company I work for got acquired by Medialaan, an important player in the Belgian broadcast landscape. While this might see...

There are no deadlines

2 minute read

Alright, I know, that’s not entirely true. But still, there is something to this I only figured out a little while ago. A colleague was looking at the team a...

deadlines

There are no deadlines

2 minute read

Alright, I know, that’s not entirely true. But still, there is something to this I only figured out a little while ago. A colleague was looking at the team a...

developers

Cross platform code reviews

2 minute read

Code reviews are nothing new in the developer world. In our team, we work according to the git flow principle, meaning we use one or two historical branches ...

There are no deadlines

2 minute read

Alright, I know, that’s not entirely true. But still, there is something to this I only figured out a little while ago. A colleague was looking at the team a...

frustration

There are no deadlines

2 minute read

Alright, I know, that’s not entirely true. But still, there is something to this I only figured out a little while ago. A colleague was looking at the team a...

scrum

Agile is dead

4 minute read

Last week I got to give a talk on my vision of how to go about software engineering and everything that accompagnies it. While I still want to write a few po...

The daily stand-up is dead

5 minute read

Well, not really. But the way we do them is. I remember when I became a scrum practitioner and was part of multiple teams, doing standups for every project r...

RE: The land the Scrum forgot

3 minute read

As a software developer it happens I got nuts about a conference session or keynote. This is exactly what happened when I watched the video of Robert C. Mart...

The Agile Newsroom

7 minute read

A while back I wrote a post about a visit to Medialaan and how impressed I was with how VTM Nieuws worked. I noticed similarities between our worlds and wond...

Cross platform code reviews

2 minute read

Code reviews are nothing new in the developer world. In our team, we work according to the git flow principle, meaning we use one or two historical branches ...

Worlds collide

1 minute read

At the beginning of this year, the company I work for got acquired by Medialaan, an important player in the Belgian broadcast landscape. While this might see...

There are no deadlines

2 minute read

Alright, I know, that’s not entirely true. But still, there is something to this I only figured out a little while ago. A colleague was looking at the team a...

stress

There are no deadlines

2 minute read

Alright, I know, that’s not entirely true. But still, there is something to this I only figured out a little while ago. A colleague was looking at the team a...

950

RE - Windows Phone is dead

2 minute read

A little while ago Tom Warren created a post on The Verge claiming the end of Windows Phone. The article in question is debatable, at least, the reasons lead...

dead

Agile is dead

4 minute read

Last week I got to give a talk on my vision of how to go about software engineering and everything that accompagnies it. While I still want to write a few po...

RE - Windows Phone is dead

2 minute read

A little while ago Tom Warren created a post on The Verge claiming the end of Windows Phone. The article in question is debatable, at least, the reasons lead...

iphone

RE - Windows Phone is dead

2 minute read

A little while ago Tom Warren created a post on The Verge claiming the end of Windows Phone. The article in question is debatable, at least, the reasons lead...

lumia

RE - Windows Phone is dead

2 minute read

A little while ago Tom Warren created a post on The Verge claiming the end of Windows Phone. The article in question is debatable, at least, the reasons lead...

phone

RE - Windows Phone is dead

2 minute read

A little while ago Tom Warren created a post on The Verge claiming the end of Windows Phone. The article in question is debatable, at least, the reasons lead...

tom warren

RE - Windows Phone is dead

2 minute read

A little while ago Tom Warren created a post on The Verge claiming the end of Windows Phone. The article in question is debatable, at least, the reasons lead...

verge

RE - Windows Phone is dead

2 minute read

A little while ago Tom Warren created a post on The Verge claiming the end of Windows Phone. The article in question is debatable, at least, the reasons lead...

windows

Winblows

3 minute read

You might not realize this looking at my blog posts, but I was actually actively using Linux (Debian) over 10 years ago. Back in the day Vista made me move t...

Sorry princess, my link is symbolic

2 minute read

While going though tutorials about tooling on Linux, I often encountered the use of symbolic links. If you have no idea what these are about, it’s like a sho...

Sign commits on Windows using Keybase.io

4 minute read

One of the things I never really did until now was sign my GitHub commits using a GPG key. Which is rather silly given the fact I have a Keybase.io account a...

Running the Pebble SDK on Windows

2 minute read

Now that we are the coolest kids on the block thanks to the WSL, it’s possible to get some awesome stuff to work like a Pokemon GO bot (and get banned along ...

Bashing Windows

6 minute read

Together with Window’s anniversary update came the long awaited Ubuntu on Windows (Bash). In this post I will guide you trough on how to set this up so you c...

Oh my PoSh!

1 minute read

A while ago I created PS-Agnoster because of reasons. After a while I started to play with the idea that it could be used as a base for more themes than just...

Got served? Introducing ober!

1 minute read

At Build 2016, Microsoft announced that the Windows Store app submission API was coming out in preview. Being a continuous deployment freak, this was music t...

Cross platform code reviews

2 minute read

Code reviews are nothing new in the developer world. In our team, we work according to the git flow principle, meaning we use one or two historical branches ...

Shell shock

2 minute read

PS-Agnoster has been converted to Oh-My-Posh!. The Agnoster theme is now part of a family of themes which can be easily extended with your own. Have a loo...

RE - Windows Phone is dead

2 minute read

A little while ago Tom Warren created a post on The Verge claiming the end of Windows Phone. The article in question is debatable, at least, the reasons lead...

collide

Worlds collide

1 minute read

At the beginning of this year, the company I work for got acquired by Medialaan, an important player in the Belgian broadcast landscape. While this might see...

medialaan

Worlds collide

1 minute read

At the beginning of this year, the company I work for got acquired by Medialaan, an important player in the Belgian broadcast landscape. While this might see...

news

Worlds collide

1 minute read

At the beginning of this year, the company I work for got acquired by Medialaan, an important player in the Belgian broadcast landscape. While this might see...

nieuw

Worlds collide

1 minute read

At the beginning of this year, the company I work for got acquired by Medialaan, an important player in the Belgian broadcast landscape. While this might see...

product

Worlds collide

1 minute read

At the beginning of this year, the company I work for got acquired by Medialaan, an important player in the Belgian broadcast landscape. While this might see...

vtm

Worlds collide

1 minute read

At the beginning of this year, the company I work for got acquired by Medialaan, an important player in the Belgian broadcast landscape. While this might see...

worlds

Worlds collide

1 minute read

At the beginning of this year, the company I work for got acquired by Medialaan, an important player in the Belgian broadcast landscape. While this might see...

automate

Dashing - App reliability widgets

1 minute read

Ever since we started building apps, the crashes were logged and looked at “regularly”. What this meant was that we knew when new issues arose and acted to s...

crash

Dashing - App reliability widgets

1 minute read

Ever since we started building apps, the crashes were logged and looked at “regularly”. What this meant was that we knew when new issues arose and acted to s...

crashlogging

Dashing - App reliability widgets

1 minute read

Ever since we started building apps, the crashes were logged and looked at “regularly”. What this meant was that we knew when new issues arose and acted to s...

crashlytics

Dashing - App reliability widgets

1 minute read

Ever since we started building apps, the crashes were logged and looked at “regularly”. What this meant was that we knew when new issues arose and acted to s...

dashing

Dashing - Bamboo Agent widget

1 minute read

Sometimes, in software development, you come across missing implementations in paid tools that you can’t possibly comprehend. One of those I recently hit was...

Dashing - App reliability widgets

1 minute read

Ever since we started building apps, the crashes were logged and looked at “regularly”. What this meant was that we knew when new issues arose and acted to s...

fabric

Dashing - App reliability widgets

1 minute read

Ever since we started building apps, the crashes were logged and looked at “regularly”. What this meant was that we knew when new issues arose and acted to s...

insights

Dashing - App reliability widgets

1 minute read

Ever since we started building apps, the crashes were logged and looked at “regularly”. What this meant was that we knew when new issues arose and acted to s...

ruby

Dashing - Bamboo Agent widget

1 minute read

Sometimes, in software development, you come across missing implementations in paid tools that you can’t possibly comprehend. One of those I recently hit was...

Dashing - App reliability widgets

1 minute read

Ever since we started building apps, the crashes were logged and looked at “regularly”. What this meant was that we knew when new issues arose and acted to s...

widget

Dashing - Bamboo Agent widget

1 minute read

Sometimes, in software development, you come across missing implementations in paid tools that you can’t possibly comprehend. One of those I recently hit was...

Dashing - App reliability widgets

1 minute read

Ever since we started building apps, the crashes were logged and looked at “regularly”. What this meant was that we knew when new issues arose and acted to s...

xamarin

Dashing - App reliability widgets

1 minute read

Ever since we started building apps, the crashes were logged and looked at “regularly”. What this meant was that we knew when new issues arose and acted to s...

Android

Cross platform code reviews

2 minute read

Code reviews are nothing new in the developer world. In our team, we work according to the git flow principle, meaning we use one or two historical branches ...

continuous

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

Devops workflow Part 2 - Continuous Delivery

6 minute read

Now that we’ve got CI covered thanks to part 1, it’s time to tweak our pipeline to allow continuous delivery (CD). The traditional model where developers onl...

Continuous deployment for your blog

4 minute read

I’ve been playing with the setup of this blog for quite a while now and seem to have found a setup that matches my desires. I needed a painless static websit...

Devops workflow Part I - Continuous Integration

13 minute read

Talking about adopting a devops or agile mindset is all fun and games and probably done with best intentions, but how do you go about this? What do we need t...

Dashing - Bamboo Agent widget

1 minute read

Sometimes, in software development, you come across missing implementations in paid tools that you can’t possibly comprehend. One of those I recently hit was...

fastlane

iod

selenium

store

Got served? Introducing ober!

1 minute read

At Build 2016, Microsoft announced that the Windows Store app submission API was coming out in preview. Being a continuous deployment freak, this was music t...

windows store upload

apps

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

code

RE: The land the Scrum forgot

3 minute read

As a software developer it happens I got nuts about a conference session or keynote. This is exactly what happened when I watched the video of Robert C. Mart...

Cross platform code reviews

2 minute read

Code reviews are nothing new in the developer world. In our team, we work according to the git flow principle, meaning we use one or two historical branches ...

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

deploy

Continuous deployment for your blog

4 minute read

I’ve been playing with the setup of this blog for quite a while now and seem to have found a setup that matches my desires. I needed a painless static websit...

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

effort

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

fear

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

frameworks

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

go-live

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

kodel

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

production

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

rollout

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

tdd

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

RE: The land the Scrum forgot

3 minute read

As a software developer it happens I got nuts about a conference session or keynote. This is exactly what happened when I watched the video of Robert C. Mart...

RE - It’s OK to be afraid

2 minute read

A while back, Kodel wrote a post about a team and their fear before going live. We all know this I guess. Being in the app development business, this pops up...

team

Agile is dead

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Talking about adopting a devops or agile mindset is all fun and games and probably done with best intentions, but how do you go about this? What do we need t...

build

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

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Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

Java two dot oh

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I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

Jump-start your ICT career

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Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

Devops workflow Part 2 - Continuous Delivery

6 minute read

Now that we’ve got CI covered thanks to part 1, it’s time to tweak our pipeline to allow continuous delivery (CD). The traditional model where developers onl...

Continuous deployment for your blog

4 minute read

I’ve been playing with the setup of this blog for quite a while now and seem to have found a setup that matches my desires. I needed a painless static websit...

Devops workflow Part I - Continuous Integration

13 minute read

Talking about adopting a devops or agile mindset is all fun and games and probably done with best intentions, but how do you go about this? What do we need t...

netlify

Continuous deployment for your blog

4 minute read

I’ve been playing with the setup of this blog for quite a while now and seem to have found a setup that matches my desires. I needed a painless static websit...

cloudflare

Continuous deployment for your blog

4 minute read

I’ve been playing with the setup of this blog for quite a while now and seem to have found a setup that matches my desires. I needed a painless static websit...

dns

Continuous deployment for your blog

4 minute read

I’ve been playing with the setup of this blog for quite a while now and seem to have found a setup that matches my desires. I needed a painless static websit...

staging

Continuous deployment for your blog

4 minute read

I’ve been playing with the setup of this blog for quite a while now and seem to have found a setup that matches my desires. I needed a painless static websit...

preview

Continuous deployment for your blog

4 minute read

I’ve been playing with the setup of this blog for quite a while now and seem to have found a setup that matches my desires. I needed a painless static websit...

cmd

Sorry princess, my link is symbolic

2 minute read

While going though tutorials about tooling on Linux, I often encountered the use of symbolic links. If you have no idea what these are about, it’s like a sho...

pipeline

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

Devops workflow Part 2 - Continuous Delivery

6 minute read

Now that we’ve got CI covered thanks to part 1, it’s time to tweak our pipeline to allow continuous delivery (CD). The traditional model where developers onl...

watchmaking

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

imposter syndrome

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

talks

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

teach

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

improvement

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

open source

Winblows

3 minute read

You might not realize this looking at my blog posts, but I was actually actively using Linux (Debian) over 10 years ago. Back in the day Vista made me move t...

Picking up books again

3 minute read

You can’t deny the power of a good book. And yet, for the past years I relied mostly on blog posts and hands-on experience when it came to learning and keepi...

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

Java two dot oh

5 minute read

I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

Running Mastodon

4 minute read

Mastonaut’s log, tootdate 10. We started out by travelling on board of mastodon.social. Being the largest one, we met with people from all over the fediverse...

Patch me up sir!

6 minute read

We’ve all been there, working on code and forgetting about source control for a few hours. In my case, this resulted in crappy, way too large commits once I ...

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

Got a package?

2 minute read

We all know Linux has a lot more focus on CLI tooling compared to Windows. One of the things I like when working on Ubuntu, is that it notifies me of availab...

Jump-start your ICT career

7 minute read

Four years ago, I decided being a watchmaker wouldn’t get me anywhere so I started working on an exit strategy. As I was messing around with Linux and Androi...

PSGallery

Got a package?

2 minute read

We all know Linux has a lot more focus on CLI tooling compared to Windows. One of the things I like when working on Ubuntu, is that it notifies me of availab...

version control

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

Java two dot oh

5 minute read

I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

Running Mastodon

4 minute read

Mastonaut’s log, tootdate 10. We started out by travelling on board of mastodon.social. Being the largest one, we met with people from all over the fediverse...

Patch me up sir!

6 minute read

We’ve all been there, working on code and forgetting about source control for a few hours. In my case, this resulted in crappy, way too large commits once I ...

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

codecoverage

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

coverage

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

coveralls

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

badge

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

shieldsio

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

shield

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

percentage

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

pester

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

unittests

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

appveyor

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

buildscript

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

yml

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

appveyor.yml

Cover all the things

2 minute read

This is one which has been on my list for a while. Coming from writing C# and being used to existing tooling and integrations with popular platforms to displ...

mastodon

Running Mastodon

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Mastonaut’s log, tootdate 10. We started out by travelling on board of mastodon.social. Being the largest one, we met with people from all over the fediverse...

digital ocean

Running Mastodon

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Mastonaut’s log, tootdate 10. We started out by travelling on board of mastodon.social. Being the largest one, we met with people from all over the fediverse...

ostatus

Running Mastodon

4 minute read

Mastonaut’s log, tootdate 10. We started out by travelling on board of mastodon.social. Being the largest one, we met with people from all over the fediverse...

gnu social

Running Mastodon

4 minute read

Mastonaut’s log, tootdate 10. We started out by travelling on board of mastodon.social. Being the largest one, we met with people from all over the fediverse...

twitter

Running Mastodon

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Mastonaut’s log, tootdate 10. We started out by travelling on board of mastodon.social. Being the largest one, we met with people from all over the fediverse...

travis

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

Java two dot oh

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I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

circleci

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

Java two dot oh

5 minute read

I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

circle

Java two dot oh

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I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

alpine

Java two dot oh

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I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

gradle

Java two dot oh

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I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

jacoco

Java two dot oh

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I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

docker

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

Java two dot oh

5 minute read

I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

coala

Java two dot oh

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I have to admit it, I’m not the biggest fan of Java. But, when they asked me to prepare a talk for 1st grade students who are currently learning to code usin...

docs

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

technical documentation

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

analysis

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

sequence diagram

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

plantuml

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

graphviz

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

swagger

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

node

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

npm

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

javascript

DocOps Part I - No time to rest

6 minute read

Recently, I got the chance to assist a team of frontend and back-end developers to do a bit of open heart surgery. The scope of the project is as follows, mi...

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Picking up books again

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You can’t deny the power of a good book. And yet, for the past years I relied mostly on blog posts and hands-on experience when it came to learning and keepi...

aura

Picking up books again

3 minute read

You can’t deny the power of a good book. And yet, for the past years I relied mostly on blog posts and hands-on experience when it came to learning and keepi...

epub

Picking up books again

3 minute read

You can’t deny the power of a good book. And yet, for the past years I relied mostly on blog posts and hands-on experience when it came to learning and keepi...

calibre

Picking up books again

3 minute read

You can’t deny the power of a good book. And yet, for the past years I relied mostly on blog posts and hands-on experience when it came to learning and keepi...

kepub

Picking up books again

3 minute read

You can’t deny the power of a good book. And yet, for the past years I relied mostly on blog posts and hands-on experience when it came to learning and keepi...

ebooks

Picking up books again

3 minute read

You can’t deny the power of a good book. And yet, for the past years I relied mostly on blog posts and hands-on experience when it came to learning and keepi...

ebook

Picking up books again

3 minute read

You can’t deny the power of a good book. And yet, for the past years I relied mostly on blog posts and hands-on experience when it came to learning and keepi...

IT

Picking up books again

3 minute read

You can’t deny the power of a good book. And yet, for the past years I relied mostly on blog posts and hands-on experience when it came to learning and keepi...

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Picking up books again

3 minute read

You can’t deny the power of a good book. And yet, for the past years I relied mostly on blog posts and hands-on experience when it came to learning and keepi...

tech

Winblows

3 minute read

You might not realize this looking at my blog posts, but I was actually actively using Linux (Debian) over 10 years ago. Back in the day Vista made me move t...

Picking up books again

3 minute read

You can’t deny the power of a good book. And yet, for the past years I relied mostly on blog posts and hands-on experience when it came to learning and keepi...

arch

Winblows

3 minute read

You might not realize this looking at my blog posts, but I was actually actively using Linux (Debian) over 10 years ago. Back in the day Vista made me move t...

nodejs

None shall pass

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I hope by now we all integrate with third party tooling when it comes to validating code changes and enforcing conventions and good practice. But what do you...

validate

None shall pass

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I hope by now we all integrate with third party tooling when it comes to validating code changes and enforcing conventions and good practice. But what do you...

merge

None shall pass

5 minute read

I hope by now we all integrate with third party tooling when it comes to validating code changes and enforcing conventions and good practice. But what do you...

express

None shall pass

5 minute read

I hope by now we all integrate with third party tooling when it comes to validating code changes and enforcing conventions and good practice. But what do you...

octonode

None shall pass

5 minute read

I hope by now we all integrate with third party tooling when it comes to validating code changes and enforcing conventions and good practice. But what do you...

mitmproxy

container

http

https

ssl

decrypt

certificate

root

certifi

requests

debian

jessie

django