Sometimes, which is very unregularly, I like to share some random thoughts with the world. You can find them here.
Kotlin Multiplatform: Write Code Once
Wednesday September 9, 2020
Write code in your favorite programming language, run it everywhere. Oh, and save money while doing it. In just a few years this might be reality, provided you like Kotlin.
Academic versus industry
Monday April 3, 2017
It happens: you follow a course at university about a subject that seems interesting. However, you find out that actually working on it is horrible. It usually is not the subject that causes this by being vague or just too cutting edge, more commonly the tools or implementations chosen by professors kind of suck.
Releases when in a hurry
Wednesday March 1, 2017
Recently I made the (in hindsight costly) mistake of trying to push out a release in a hurry. It ended horribly. TL;DR: Don’t rush, especially when you’re releasing software.
Semantic Web - Love it and hate it
Wednesday April 6, 2016
I have chosen to follow the Data Science course as part of my Computer Science master program. This course consists of a number of topics which can be chosen. One of these topics was “Semantic Web”. After a short presentation by the teacher the topic seemed not only interesting from a technological point of view, but it also looked like a fantastic thing to have. However, as with many upcoming technologies, the practical side of it turned out to be difficult at least.