How not to do Scrum.
How not to do Scrum.
On perils of Dependency Injection. I have always thought that DI is a very odd choice.
This one I did 6 months ago but only now decided to upload it to Github. Also in Clojure.
Did a small coding excercise in Clojure. It was a competiton by a finnish company named Wunderdog. Didn't notice the competition until now so didn't enter my solution. :) But kept myself from peeking the example solutions before I made mine.
Very impressive C64 demo.
Relevant tutorial: "An Introduction to Programming C-64 Demos" by one of the creators of the demo.
Wolfram Language could bring many previously unthinkable projects to life. I could see someone getting inspiration from Bret Victors ideas.
A great talk by David Nolen about core.async and ClojureScript. This talk made me really excited about ClojureScript and core.async.
My Xbox 360 controller didn't work after installing Yosemite. Looks like there is a new 360controller-driver that works beautifully.
Google decided to experiment with the URL bar
Just got bitten by an unexpected PYTZ feature.
This holiday I've been mostly watching Rich Hickeys presentations.
Good immersive virtual reality won't come soon enough. Can't wait.
Science Fiction won't be fiction for long if you ask Amazon.
Most importantly, don’t get yourself tangled in too much speculation, let the story unfold naturally.
Great read about web app architecture design.
After upgrading to OS X Mavericks I was experiencing strange errors when trying to start a VirtualBox VM. e.g.
Progress state: NS_ERROR_FAILURE VBoxManage: error: Failed to create the host-only adapter VBoxManage: error: VBoxNetAdpCtl: Error while adding new interface: failed to open /dev/vboxnetctl: No such file or directory VBoxManage ...
Didn't know they still do these. But seeing them sure warms my heart.
Amazing stop-motion graffiti.
How to sort human readable output of
du on Mac OS X command line.
Strange that the
sort command in BSDs doesn't support the
for i in G M K; do du -sh * | grep [0-9]$i | sort -nr -k 1; done
Finally the days of action gaming on a phone are here. Nokia N-Gage tried it in 2003, but I guess the time wasn’t right then.