23-Dec

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5 min readThe Cloud

Demoing and training in the cloud

3 min readKotlin

Resources for Learning Kotlin

There are many ways of getting started with learning Kotlin, different people learn best from different approaches. Whether it's reading books, solving code puzzles, getting practical experience or watching talks I hope this blogpost helps you find some interesting resources.

0 min readSecurity

Talking CTFs with LiveOverflow

LiveOverflow is a german hacker running a very popular YouTube channel where he posts videos related to Capture The Flag competitions and IT security. I had the great honor and privilege of talking to him about his experiences with CTF competitions among other things.

11 min readStrategy

Hvordan lese seg gjennom 2020 med strategibrillene på?

2020 har vært et uforutsigbart år preget av pandemi, nedstengning, smittevernstiltak, smitterisiko, og kohorter, men også et år der tilpasningsdyktighet, digital omstilling, nye arbeidsmetoder, børsrekorder, reduserte klimautslipp og et demokratisk gjennomført valg i USA har vært sentralt. Det er følgelig et år som vanskelig kan oppsummeres med få ord, og derfor skal dette innlegget, som en slags litterær årskavalkade, gi lesere inspirasjon til faglig relevant, aktuell eller passende litteratur som både kan representere og oppsummere året som var. Hensikten er at du som leser kan få inspirasjon til ny og spennende lesning, samt se tilbake på 2020 gjennom nye briller. Innlegget beskriver 12 bøker som hver tilskrives en måned i 2020 basert på periodisk relevans og innhold. God lesing!

36 min readUX

Å designe en kultur med psykologisk trygghet

Kultur spiser strategi til frokost. Særlig når den omfavner psykologisk trygghet blant de ansatte. La oss se på hvorfor vi trenger dette, og se på noen enkle verktøy vi kan bruke for å metodisk skape denne kulturen i teamene vi sitter i.

4 min readReact

Deck the Halls With React Three Fiber

Earlier this year I tried using three.js within a React app. It wasn't straightforward, and I ran into quite a few problems. Since then, I've been eager to try out this library a co-worker told me about: react-three-fiber. Apparently, it could solve all my problems (ok, maybe only a few) and make it super easy to create cool animations with few lines of code. Say no more!

8 min readFunctional

Functional IoT with Elixir and Nerves

9 min listenInnovation

Ligger akademia bakpå?

5 min readTalks

The building blocks of compelling arguments

Do you get convinced by spreadsheets with inarguable and objective facts? Imagine a talk where the presenter lists facts, from behind a lectern, at a comedy conference. It is hard to picture this would sway the listeners. What does it take to create a compelling and convincing talk?

11 min readJavaScript

Json decoders in TypeScript

3 min readElm

When it comes to ports, three's a crowd.

Now that you've learned how to define both incomming and outgoing ports, you might wonder how many of them you need. It might seem reasonable to require two ports for each javascript function you wish to call, but what if I told you'll need, at most, two for the entire application?