Speaking at the Trondheim Developer Conference – good show!

October 28th, 2014

TL;DR: The Trondheim Development Conference 2014 was incredible. Well worth my time and a fresh breath of great organisation. I am right now on the plane back from Oslo to London – a good chance to put together a few thoughts on the conference I just spoke at. The Trondheim Developer Conference was – one […]

The things browsers can do – SAE Alumni Conference, Berlin 2014

October 25th, 2014

Two days ago I was in Berlin for a day to present at the SAE alumni Conference in Berlin, Germany. I knew nothing about SAE before I went there except for the ads I see on the Tube in London. I was pretty amazed to see just how big a community the alumni and chapters […]

Why Microsoft matters more than we think

October 19th, 2014

I’m guilty of it myself, and I see it a lot: making fun of Microsoft in a presentation. Sure, it is easy to do, gets a laugh every time but it is also a cheap shot and – maybe – more destructive to our goals than we think. Let’s recap a bit. Traditionally Microsoft has […]

Evangelism conundrum: Don’t mention the product

October 12th, 2014

Being a public figure for a company is tough. It is not only about what you do wrong or right – although this is a big part. It is also about fighting conditioning and bad experiences of the people you are trying to reach. Many a time you will be accused of doing something badly […]