First trip was to here – anyone care to guess where? I’ll be working mostly in the Nordics. See you around!
Author Archives: Michael Willer
Docker has a new offering: “Docker for Windows”. It was made available during DockerCon 2016 (June) and uses Hyper-Visor instead of VirtualBox. The resulting user experience is very much like running Docker on Linux. However playing around with it yesterday … Continue reading
I had a use case the other day where I needed to represent table metadata (simple primary and foreign keys) in program. But I also needed a way to input that data easily. YAML to the rescue. I’ve created a … Continue reading
We all know Java is not “just” a language. Like all other major languages there is an eco-system consisting of utilities, frameworks and best practices surrounding the core language. This eco-system is in a state of constant and rapid change … Continue reading
Sten Vesterli has an excellent post today regarding meetings (stop having them or keep them short). I like to write software – not talk about it – so I couldn’t agree more. But there is a level of meetings that … Continue reading
I ran into an interesting little problem the other day. A colleague asked why he couldn’t push his changes to Stash (Atlassians Enterprise git repository). He has his Master branch updated from a feature-branch but couldn’t get Stash to accept … Continue reading
A colleague has a problem the other day… A developer has committed two commits to master that should have been on the start of a development-branch. The problem This is how the problem looks in a testbed: Two branches: master … Continue reading
Sten Vesterli has an interesting post regarding Useless Documentation. In short the most useful documentation is: code comments & architecture diagrams. The rest is marginally useful … at best. I couldn’t agree more. Combine that with strong unit and integration … Continue reading
I’d like to talk a bit about Organic Growth in IT. Lets say we have a Client that is using a nightly-batch flow to handle the data-processing. Running everything on a single server was fine earlier but the number of … Continue reading
Finding a hosting solution which covers your needs can be a bit of a problem. When I started looking some 8 years ago, most hosting providers would allow you to have a static page and (maybe) a limited ftp access.