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6 min readKotlin

Making games with Kotlin!

3 min readJava

What's new in Java 11

3 min readFunctional

Fabulous Xamarin Forms

3 min readJavaScript

The people behind JavaScript: Daniel Ehrenberg

The people behind JavaScript is a series of interviews with the members of TC39. The committee consists of JavaScript enthusiasts and language experts who get together to define how new versions of JavaScript should work.

4 min readThe Cloud

Splitting the Terraform monolith

At Digipost we are in the progress of building up our new infrastructure on Azure. We are already enthusiastic users of Terraform and have chosen to continue down that path, towards infrastructure-as-code (IaC) bliss, where the totality of your infrastructure can be created by a single command. But what happens when that totality is a bit big for a single Terraform state-file?

6 min listenInnovation

Hva er greia med OKR?

I denne kaffepraten samles tre konsulenter, med ulik faglig bakgrunn og senioritet, for en uforpliktende prat om OKR (Objectives & Key Results). Vi forsøker å få klarhet i hva som egentlig er greia med det sagnomsuste OKR-rammeverket. Du får innsikt i komponentene rammeverket består av og hvordan OKR skiller seg fra andre målstyringsrammeverk. I tillegg deler vi noen gode råd til deg som vil prøve OKR i egen virksomhet.

7 min readUX

The UX of APIs

4 min readReact

Working with Azure Application Insights in your React app

Do you really know how your users are interacting with your application? Have they tried out the latest feature you just deployed to production? Examining your user’s behaviour and interaction can be tremendously useful - figuring out where they incur problems or halt a purchase, where in the onboarding process most people fall off, how long time they spend on certain pages, or even just where on the site they’re located, are all valuable information for the further improvement and development of your website.

3 min readOpen Source

Gitmoji - Yay or Nay?

Version control software is an essential part of modern-day software developer practices, and Git is by far the most used system. However, the amount of commits, pull requests and activity in general may be huge, and reduce the value of the git history. The Open Source project Gitmoji is a standardized emoji guide for your commit messages which enables you to assign an emoji at the beginning of commits. It even comes with an interactive client that lets you access the emojis through your command line. Although emojis are always fun, the question arises; is it just a gimmick or does it add any value? Overview of Gitmojis: https://gitmoji.carloscuesta.me

3 min readMachine Learning

Style Transfer

Usually we let neural networks adapt their parameters to data, for instance images. Ever wondered what happens if we instead adapt images to match the network? Style transfer applies the style of one image onto another, and it's a crowd-pleaser.

2 min readCSS

CSS Grid's Best Friend

There is a display property that goes hand-in-hand with CSS grid: display: contents. With this property you can keep good HTML semantics when using CSS grid. Let's see how.

6 min readSecurity

FIDO2 - the Answer to the World's Password Problem