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Developers dont want ping pong tables, fire pits and chocolate fountains

Sun, 09 Oct 2016 09:40:27 +0000

An article, describing an interview with Joel Spolsky (CEO of StackOverflow) at the Geekwire Summit, states that developers aren’t looking for ping pong tables, lounges, fire pits and chocolate fountains as it decreases the overall productivity. In the article Joel describes the needs for developers to have a closed office, where they can tune out and concentrate, go to a… Read more →

Across the pond

Wed, 06 Apr 2016 12:05:33 +0000

2016 began with a very big decision for the Madsen family – we were leaving Australia and moving further north; Sweden to be exact. I wont go into the reasons for going. Instead I’ll go into some of the experiences that’s come out of this. It’s a big decision, upping your family from one country to another; selling your home,… Read more →

The perfect travel companion – Yoga 900 review

Fri, 12 Feb 2016 18:01:41 +0000

I recently made the trip from Perth, Western Australia to Stockholm, Sweden. This wasn’t just some short trip overseas to catch up on the northern weather, but a full family move. And of course I brought my Yoga 900 along with me. But, this is not about the why and when of my move..It’s about the experience I’ve had to… Read more →

Windows Phone 10 update, stuck with error 0x8024201f; easy fix

Sat, 19 Sep 2015 06:39:26 +0000

I’ve always been happy to give cutting edge apps, operating systems and gadgets a go and when Windows Insider opened up for Windows Phone 10 preview I definitely had to sneak on board and get my trusted Nokia Lumia 930 (a gift from a very dear friend, Jin) upgraded. To be honest, the experience hasn’t been altogether a happy one.… Read more →

String.Interpolation – C# 6

Sun, 06 Sep 2015 12:25:03 +0000

One of the new, and probably very unused capabilities of C# 6, is String Interpolation. Ok, that’s not really a new concept. We’ve seen it with String.Format() and the ideologically wrong String.Concat() methods. Hell, we’ve probably all (at some point in our lives) done [string + ” ” + string] and made it work. Of course, not going into why that’s… Read more →

IFA 2015 in Berlin – Santa needs TOIL

Sun, 06 Sep 2015 11:10:37 +0000

Yeah – Santa seriously needs some TOIL this X-Mas Most know (by now you should anyways) that I’m a geek and all excited about new gadgets – CES and IFA are two of my most favourite shows. Gadgets everywhere. This year’s IFA has just kicked off this week in Berlin and to say that there’s a few toys that’s caught my… Read more →

Retro ThinkPad Survey 4 – misc options

Sun, 02 Aug 2015 04:07:30 +0000

David Hill’s latest blog post, Retro ThinkPad Survey 4, takes us through the last and final survey on the Retro ThinkPad. An estimated 25,000 people have participated in the three previous surveys(#1, #2, #3) so the Lenovo team got a ton of information to work with. I personally think this is a huge outcome and with the last survey launches it… Read more →

LIDNUG: Scott Guthrie – Open Q&A

Mon, 27 Jul 2015 22:53:42 +0000

Free webinar with Scott Guthrie… One of the coolest names in the industry – yeah, The Gu himself, is visiting LIDNUG for an open Q&A. This is without a doubt one of the most anticipated sessions we have, with Scott answering questions from the attendees in this 90 minute session. Scott Guthrie, Microsoft Corporate VP, has been coming back to… Read more →

The guts, more guts and then some – Retro ThinkPad survey #3

Sat, 25 Jul 2015 10:28:15 +0000

Now as I mentioned in my blog post from last week, a laptop is more than just a fancy accessory for me – it’s a tool and I spend a lot of time weighing up what I’m going to be using it for. That’s why the 3rd survey (in a series of 4) for the Retro ThinkPad is one of… Read more →

2nd Survey up for the Retro ThinkPad

Sat, 18 Jul 2015 02:06:11 +0000

As I mentioned in the blog entry from last week, Lenovo is working on feedback for the Retro ThinkPad and this week we see the 2nd survey launched. The focus of the 2nd survey is display size, aspect ratio, resolution and system status indicators (Last week was keyboards and lighting). With more than 4,000+ people responding to the 1st survey… Read more →