Give Me Back My Monolith

Give Me Back My Monolith by Craig Kerstiens is something I have been ranting about for quite some time. It is thus good to see other people standing on the same side of the bridge:As we ventured into micro-services onboarding time skyrocketed. Yes, we have docker and orchestration such…

A Few Notes on PWAs

Progressive Web apps (PWAs) have been an open topic for a few years now, but not until recently, have they become so interesting. Nowadays, every second app you run on our mobile/desktop devices is essentially a Web app sitting inside a Web view. It seems like the logical next…

Introducing DevNotes

With a few short micro-post exceptions, my blog has been relatively quiet over the past month. The reason for this is simple. I have devoted much of my writing resources of the past weeks into a new site. A wiki called DevNotes.That is right, I have started a separate…

First 21K for 2019

Today, I finished my first 21K run for 2019. This move was partially inspired by the fact that I haven't really run a distance much longer than 10-15K for the last 6 months. The other part though, was that I got into a challenge with my colleagues, using a clever…

Every day you manage to walk to and from your job, instead of driving or taking the public transport, is a day worth enjoying! Walk, people, walk!

Last week, I finally bought the full license for Alfred. I have been looking at Alfred for several years now, never really coming to the impulsive decision to actually buy the license. I have been relatively happy with what Launchbar offers, event in the free version, but Alfred Workflows are a whole different game. These are definitely the most well-invested 25 EUR I have put on a piece of software for a while.