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Today's posts

3 min read – Machine Learning

What is Machine Learning?

2 min read – The Cloud

Private PaaS considered harmful

The dire second level consequences of choosing a private PaaS...

7 min read – Security

Secure Quick Reliable Login (SQRL)

In case you haven't noticed: Passwords suck. Fortunately alternatives to that age-old authentication scheme are finally becoming practical. Today we will look at SQRL (Secure Quick Reliable Login), which aspires to become the simple and secure solution for your every-day authentication needs.

10 min listen – Innovation

Hvorfor driver vi med kontinuerlige leveranser?

Hva er gevinstene med å levere kontinuerlig? Er kontinuerlige leveranser risikabelt? Vil brukerne egentlig ha det? Og er det noe alternativ?

5 min read – UX

Key takeaways from Edward De Bono’s "Serious creativity"

Let us have a look at creative thinking!

4 min read – CSS

Switch it up with CSS custom properties

Custom properties doesn't look like much, but is one of the real super powers of CSS. Let's see what it's all about!

1 min read – Open Source

Open source on Twitter

Contributing to Open source often requires a healthy dose of inspiration. By following accounts on Twitter that focus on the subjects that the most matter to you, you might find the inspiration you seek.

6 min read – Functional

The F of FP

Architecture in Functional Programming (FP) and Object Oriented Programming (OOP) is very different. While the class is the main abstraction in OOP, the function is the abstraction in FP. Looking over the fence, it seems impossible to solve problems using the other paradigm. In order to learn how to design program with functions, we must first learn how they work in FP as a function is not the same as a method.

2 min read – JavaScript

How ... works in Javascript

The ... operator that arrived to javascript with ES6 is really handy, and can be used in quite a lot of situations. Technically it is two different things; a Rest parameter and a spread operator. Let's take a look at how they work.

5 min read – React

Stop... Render Time!

The promise of Concurrent Mode was made at a conference in 2018. The React team claim that this famous new feature would help with the issues with rendering, allowing to pause the render when the need to do more important tasks should occur. Let's take a closer look!

2 min read – Kotlin

Null Safety

4 min read – Java

Dependency injection, what is it and how does it work?

Most developers will at some point be exposed to a dependency injection framework, and at first glance the whole thing can seem magical and hard to understand. Here we'll try to create a conceptual model of how DI-frameworks work.