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This is the second year I’m attending Javazone in Oslo – a large IT-conference of the highest international standard, by and for the Java community. Although the Java technology is at the core, the topics range from front-end to back-end and infrastructure, security, architecture, patterns and processes. In short, you
Surely, running the most-visited website in Austria on a software load balancer is impossible? No, with HAProxy it’s totally do-able.
The Schibsted sprint experience: three lessons learnt and free resources to download.
Collaboration isn’t just a buzzword. Here’s an example of working across disciplines in Schibsted Media Group.
The media industry has and is still going through tremendous and rapid change. The transition from print to digital, from desktop to mobile, from traditional display advertising to programmatic, from primary news distributor to content provider for new social distribution platforms, from broadcast journalism to personalised experiences, from local competition
User Experience Maps (or User Journey Maps) are a simple but effective tool for understanding how users experience your product.
Good product principles = better products. Here’s why…
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Why? When? Who? What? Are you refactoring your codebase? Here are some essentials…
Tiny libraries. Doing one thing well. A blessing and a curse…?
Deploying technology does not make you a tech company. Here is why.