App promotion

I am in shock! Well – not really – but this is very bad news for everyone trying to deliver great quality apps through any app store (Google Play, Apple App Store og Windows Store). I get a lot of e-mails like the following – but they are getting far more frequent and the professionalism the represent is rising rapidly;…

Giving back to the community

Every programmer on the planet (a wild assumption – I know) have used [insert favorite search engine] to look up some sort of error they got or a method/best-way to do something they where trying to achieve. The best part is that you almost certainly get results that are immediately useful and combined with all sorts of comments and objections…

Trello is great

Trello from Fog Creek Software is a really great tool. I recommend almost everyone I come across to start using it right away. One if the first things I loved right away was the ability to log in with my Google Account. Right there it saved me yet-another-account-login. I am a bit disappointed with the fact that the Android app…

.NET development is broken

Since I started developing .NET programs in the Windows desktop platform it has been clear to me that something is terribly wrong. When starting up any version of Visual Studio and starting a new C# .NET Windows Forms project you will get a main method that defaults to instantiating and showing the main window form. This allows the developer to…

Rails on Mountain Lion

Two weeks ago I had never read any Ruby code. I had mostly cast Ruby (and especially Rails) away as a hipster programming language/framework. But my opinion has changed. I actually really like Ruby as a programming language. There are many nice features – but the fact that it is an actual scripting language where classes and functions are very…