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Lately I’ve switched to Gulp from Grunt in my various pet projects. Why you ask? Because it’s simpler, faster and focus on code over configuration. I like code! In this post I will give a brief introduction to Gulp and share a simple workflow which is a great start when beginning to use Gulp. Quick intro […]Läs mer "Gulp – super simple workflow automator"
We live and work in Stockholm, Sweden. We are software developers. We love hamburgers. We love it so much we decided to try and find the best lunch hamburger in town. We have a pretty simple criteria for which hamburgers to try and we have an even simpler way to rank the hamburgers? So, if you’re ever in Stockholm and in the […]Läs mer "Best hamburgers in Stockholm"
When Apple revealed Swift in June at the WWDC I wasn’t totally surprised, it felt like it wasn’t possible in the long run to continue with Objective-C. But mostly I was and happy! I was so sick and tired of Objective-C and I really got a reborn interest in building apps for iOS again. Also, the […]Läs mer "Scratching the surface of Swift"
This is the story about how we in our development team used mob programming as a way to develop software. Introduction to mob programming I’m going to start by quoting Marcus Hammarberg, an excellent colleague of mine at Aptitud, since he describes the core of mob programming in a good way: ”The basic concept of […]Läs mer "Get a good start with mob programming"