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4 min readFunctional

Functional ... C#?

2 min readElm

Letting functions in

7 min readUX

17 activities to get to know your team remotely

3 min readThe Cloud

Who needs Docker anyway?

If you're anything like me, you run all your code in managed services. But believe it or not, you might come across a problem that you can't solve with fully managed cloud services, and that's why Kelsey Hightower made Kubernetes... right?

2 min readTalks

Capture your Audience's Attention by Doing Less

On how you might unintentionnaly test people's multitasking skills during your presentations

8 min readSecurity

From Coils to Curves - A Primer on Elliptic Curve Cryptography

Elliptic curves are seemingly ubiquitous in modern cryptographic protocols, and may turn up again later this December. Let’s take this opportunity to gain insight on what they are and why they are used.

4 min readReact

Module Federation: Micro-frontends with webpack 5

In this article, we will look at one of webpack's exciting new features, Module Federation. This feature will allow dynamic code reloading from another project at runtime. Using module federation will enable sharing code from other projects with only a little tweaking in your webpack config. It can make a website consisting of multiple frontend applications appear as one seamless SPA. Neat, huh?

10 min readJavaScript

Machine learning with JavaScript

If you have been following our JavaScript Christmas calendar, chances are you have some interest, and perhaps even proficiency, in the JavaScript programming language. For this blog entry in particular, I hope you also have at least some interest in data science and machine learning. I will demonstrate how you can use your JavaScript skills to develop entry-level data science and machine learning applications, argue why you may want to do so, and provide you with lots of external resources to further expand your knowledge of this subject.

2 min readStrategy

Er egentlig strateger gode på å prioritere?

I´ve never heard an intelligent discussion about “cost of capital”.

18 min listenInnovation

Skal konsulenter drive med innovasjon?

4 min readKotlin

Using the Bytecode Viewer and Decompiler tools in IntelliJ to lift the veil of Kotlin's magic

IDE's commonly include a lot of useful tools that can make our lives as developers easier. Some are pure productivity tools to speed up our development, while others may actually help our understanding of the code we are implementing. The toolset included with the IntelliJ IDEA IDE is no exception. In this article we will take a look at the Bytecode Viewer and Java Bytecode Decompiler integrated tools in IntelliJ, and how they may help us getting a better understanding of how our Kotlin code is represented on the JVM, and how it could potentially look in Java.