Have you ever had malware on your computer or do you know someone that have? The answer to that is Yes. As computers have become an integrated part of our lives and an essential tool to do most important everyday tasks(like checking Facebook, this blog etc.), people with criminal intents have seen a market with… Continue reading
Have you ever had this peice of code that compiled but just didn’t work properly? Situations like this can be exhausting and take for hours! Yesterday i had a situation like this while writing some code for my Virtual StockExchange project. I am the kind of programmer who likes strongly typed programming languages but i enjoy… Continue reading
As mentioned in my post Scrum for the one man team, I talked about how I am using Scrum for my final project that I am developing by myself. It has been a week now and my first sprint (not counting sprint 0) has come to an end. Sprint 1 My first sprint consisted of 14 story points… Continue reading
Scrum is commonly known by many project managers and especially when looking at software projects you’ll find that a lot of them are using some kind of Scrum. Scrum is a framework for project management that can be applied to all types of projects. Scrum is an iterative process which builds the product in small… Continue reading
Experience is the teacher of all things. – Julius Caesar Julius Caesar was not in doubt when asked how knowledge is gained. Back in the good old days it was fair to say that 10 years of work as a stone mason would credit you 10 years of experience. But is it fair to say… Continue reading
I’ve often heard the question: ”Why do they bother taking down sites with traffic, there is no gain”. But this is a wrong assertion. In fact this is one of most growing kinds of internet crimes. Consider this example: You own a large web shop with high revenue per hour. You receive an email saying… Continue reading
Ever made an appointment and forgotten all about it? Of course you have, but Google/Outlook/Thunderbird/iCal or any other calendar app fixed this problem. Flagged emails and to do lists in the calendar app is a handy tool for remembering stuff. But what about the tasks that you stumble upon while on the go and are not mentioned… Continue reading
Then think again! Gene Marks wrote an article for Entrepreneur.com recently writing about how he wanted to live out the dream of an one-person business. But he experienced the shocking reality and shares with us why it shouldn’t be anyones dream. Read Genes article here.