Tagged "technology"

Computers Bundled With Linux

For those interested in buying a computer with Linux built-in, here’s a list of options.

Testing LDAP

Testing applications that use LDAP for user authentication can be complicated.

Joplin for Note Taking

Note taking is very important to me. I keep everything in my notes, from ideas for blog posts like this one, to code snippets, to web pages, to plans of never started businesses, and so much more.

No Cookie Popup

After eight months of playing with this pure HTML website, the only thing I can say is: why didn’t I do this sooner?

Programmable Calculators

As far as I can remember, I have always been fascinated by computers.

Manifestos and Checklists

The Agile Manifesto was probably the first, but certainly not the last attempt at creating a web page that provides a whole platform to a certain ideology.

Search Engine for akos.ma

Adding a search engine to this website was a nice little weekend project.

Somebody Call an Asciidoctor

Markdown is a great thing; but nothing beats Asciidoc for complex documentation projects.

The Next Big Thing

Looking backwards, the migration from Objective-C to Swift as main programming language for the Apple galaxy was quite an event.

Migrating from macOS to Linux

This is the story of how, after being a loyal macOS user for 15 years, I decided to start using Linux full-time.

12 Years of iPhone – A Developer's Perspective

This is the talk that I gave in the 4th MCE Conference in Warsaw, Poland, on May 8th, 2017 (conference organized by Polidea) and (with updates) at UIKonf on May 15th, 2018 and at NSConfArg on April 20th, 2019.

A Quest For A Better World

This is the presentation I gave at the third App Builders Conference in Lugano, Switzerland, April 17th, 2018.

The Developer Guide to Migrate Across Galaxies

This is the presentation I gave at the second App Builders Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland, April 25th, 2017.

Courage

It is 7:30 AM. I grab my iPhone and I place my thumb on the home button.

Eight Steps To Build A Better Swiss Software Industry

The Swiss are the best at many, many different domains. Which is a rather surprising and seriously fantastic feat for such a small country with merely eight million people, divided in four quite distinct linguistic groups.

Being A Developer After 40

This is the talk I gave at App Builders Switzerland on April 25th, 2016.

State of the Art

This article is a copy of a research work I did today, to draw a map of today’s development technologies.

The Exception to the Rule

The rainy, later snowy, Swiss weather of this weekend has made me just stay at home, and take the chance to try out a few things: that’s how I made my first steps in Ruby and WebObjects.

About Software Architectures and the IEEE 1471 Standard

Looking for information on the topic of Software Architecture, I came accross the IEEE 1471 Standard, the “IEEE Recommended Practice for Architectural Description of a Software-Intensive System”.

Cuanto?

Al principio fue la hoja A4, que digo, la hoja oficio, que digo, el papiro.