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To make a CMS or not make a CMS - that is the question 

Sunday, April 24, 2011 12:14:00 PM
This website is using MojoPortal and previously I have used DotNetNuke a lot, but both systems are huge programs that take a long time to start up when the first request comes - that is the major curse of using ASP.NET on a webhotel where processes are recycled after 20 minutes without any traffic. Also I like using Artisteer to make the overall design and typography rules, but it is not as smooth to use its templates as I would like. Also I have started making websites for mobile phones, and ... Read the full article...
 

European cookie chaos - 3 countries approach to the new law 

Friday, March 04, 2011 4:43:00 PM
The European Union have passed a law about cookies, which each member country now has to implement in their own law. But it seams like nobody really understands what the new European law actually says or means, and the result is that both Denmark and United Kingdom have copied the law text precisely, because they are afraid that any clarification of the law text would result in harm to their own countries' Internet business... Germany on the other hand seam to go totally crazy and wants to... Read the full article...
 

I got my first Microsoft Certification! 

Sunday, February 13, 2011 12:30:00 PM
It is with great pleasure that I have now received my first Microsoft Cerfication:   Now I am mostly an ASP.NET guy, and while I have of course used SQL for years, it was actually a hard job studying up on all the SQL Server specifics on the database side of programming. If anybody else need to study to prepare for this examination without having studied older versions of SQL Server, then they definetly need to study several books about SQL Server 2008 - Microsoft's "self-paced... Read the full article...
 

10 year anniversary 

Friday, February 11, 2011 7:39:00 PM
Today I received a commercial which did something unusual for commercials: It made me happy to get it! The commercial was from a company selling pens with names engraved on them, and they apparently got my name from the official Danish company registration list, because what the commercial contained was a sample in the form of a pen with my company name, and a letter congratulating me with the 10 years anniversary for my company. I had forgotten all about that it is now 10 years since I got... Read the full article...
 

Will spam kill email? 

Tuesday, December 28, 2010 5:06:00 PM
During December I have won millions in 5 lotteries (that I did not participate in), inherited money from a chineese general (that I am in no way related to), been asked to pick up undelivered boxes with money at an American airport (despite that I do not live in America), and gotten 10 invitations for jobs (in poorly written danish) mostly regarding picking up and delivering packages of "stuff"... In short: there is lots of con artists trying to get stupid people to respond. Either to trick... Read the full article...
 

"My child wants to become a computer programmer - how can I help?" 

Thursday, December 09, 2010 9:44:00 PM
That it a question I have now gotten a few times from parents. If the child is still in school, I would first of all advice that he or she studies English on as high a level as possible (I live in Denmark, where Danish is our natural language, and in some schools I think they still learn German before English), and that your child reads and practices English as much as possible. Subscribe to some computer magazines in English - once the child is good enough in reading English - so he can... Read the full article...
 

Marketing killed my darling (Amiga, Halo 3, Silverlight) 

Wednesday, December 08, 2010 11:00:00 AM
This time my comment is how bad marketing can kill a wonderful product. First on the line was Commodore Amiga - back when PC users was using text based DOS, some of us had a complete graphical OS, which was probably hugely inspired by Unix in some of its core operations. If it had been more promoted for serious use, it could have killed the first Windows OS as being so far behind... But Amiga was not promoted very much, and after years of lack of marketing it died silently. Then there was IBM ... Read the full article...
 

No, just give me what I searched for! 

Sunday, December 05, 2010 2:29:00 PM
This is the first of probably many articles about how stupid computers are. Of course, the only reason computers can even begin to appear smart is because programmers (like myself) try to program smart things into the software, which we think will assist the user. The problem is... What is smart in one situation is incredibly stupid in another situation! For example: I buy eBooks from www.kobobooks.com, and it is an excellent and easy to use website that I really enjoy (mostly because it is ... Read the full article...
 

A new design, a new purpose 

Monday, November 15, 2010 2:19:00 PM
So, this marks the date when I deleted my old static Website and replaced it with a new design. And by using a CMS system that includes a blog, I now got my own personal page where I can write about anything that I feel the need to put down on 'paper'. And that is really the purpose of this new Website: To give me an outlet for all the thoughts that I otherwise would never get told to anybody. Of course, I don't know if anybody would ever read this, but with comments and stars you at least... Read the full article...
 
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