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One hour a day 291: Podcast on Dependency Injection in JavaScript

It's JavaScript Jabber episode 109, Dependency Injection in JavaScript with Vojta Jína and Misko Hevery. Vojta and Misko give an introduction to dependency injection and have a great discussion about how it's used in JavaScript.

One hour a day 226: Podcasts on Modern Web and Plex

I've listened to two shorter shows. First it's The Tablet Show episode 128, Modern Web with Todd Morrisson. Todd talks about building sophisticated media apps, first of all HBO2GO which give you a second screen experience around HBO and XBOX.... Continue Reading →

New Year and New Goals

2013 has ended and we have seen the dawn of 2014. It's been a wonderful year both professionally and personal. At work I have grown a lot and have gotten a lot of appreciation for the work I've done. I... Continue Reading →

Analog Quality in a Digital World

I use Evernote for notes and collecting information but sometimes nothing beats a classic notebook. I like notebooks, I have since I was a kid. In school we had these orange notebooks, ruled for writing and squared for math. I... Continue Reading →

Building SPA with KnockoutJS and ASP.NET MVC

Not only am I learning stuff "one hour a day" but I also go to seminars, learn things at work, read books and watch learning videos. Last night I went to a seminar arranged by SWENUG (Swedish .NET User Group)... Continue Reading →

Kanban for business process change

A couple of weeks ago I went to two seminars with Håkan Forss at Avega Group Elevate about Kanban for business process change. Tuesday night we spent a couple of hours playing the Kanban Pizza Game. It's a simulation for... Continue Reading →

Using Buffer

Today I'm leaving for a conference in Italy. I'm ahead with my One Hour a Day so I'm using Buffer to get a tweet and LinkedIn status updates out there when my blog posts go live every day.  I've tried Buffer... Continue Reading →

This is when the people at Apple said “Oh crap!”

Microsoft have announced the Surface 2 and what a nice little machine it is. For me as a developer and a commuter the Surface Pro 2 will replace my iPad and MacBook Air. It's not just a tablet, it's a... Continue Reading →

One hour a day 6: An introduction to Knockout

Today I'm spending my hour on Knockout. I've read some blog posts about Knockout and I listened to a podcast the other day but I've never done any coding with Knockout so I started with the tutorials on Knockout... Continue Reading →

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