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bio website morkeleb.com
location Stockholm, Sweden
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I’m Morten Nielsen. Ive studied at KTH – Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, where I achieved my Master degree in Computer Science. The Swedish title is Civilingenjör. I focused my studies on distributed, parallel programming and general Computer Science.

My master thesis was about creating a concurrent search algorithm for Gecode searching for a solution in a constraint programming binary tree. Unfortunately Gecode never started to use my concurrent search engine in production.

I enjoy discrete mathematics and statistics, but mostly I work primarily with software design. I have a deep interest in Software Design, and strive to achieve SOLID Object-oriented and simple solutions.

I’m currently working at RemoteX Technologies in Stockholm Sweden. Where I am one of two lead developers for their new product RemoteX Applications. RemoteX Applications is a distributed field service management system, running on Windows Mobile phones and Windows based clients. When Steve Balmer was in Stockholm in 2008 we were invited to be one of the key speakers at the event, based on our work on RemoteX Applications.


Dec
17
awarded  Yearling
Jul
3
accepted Structuring a rails application with static data
Jun
29
comment Structuring a rails application with static data
deploying is cheap :)
Jun
26
comment Structuring a rails application with static data
Good point about CMS and when the data changes. Help files for example should change with the application and thus be updated as I update the project.
Jun
26
asked Structuring a rails application with static data
Dec
17
awarded  Yearling
May
16
comment What technical details should a programmer of a web application consider before making the site public?
Also JavaScript should also use logging or atleast capture unhandled exceptions to capture errors that occur when the site is live even on the client side. For example something similar to: www.js-analytics.com
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
5
comment Web technologies on GUI apps
Which platform are you writing for? .Net, Android, Java?
Jan
5
comment Web technologies on GUI apps
If you expect the browser to remain the same for the coming 10 years then I say go for it. Even with IE things change during upgrades, since the sandboxed webbrowser in .Net is infact IE. The upgrade to IE 8 caused some serius issues for us. But that depends on how often the application will update. An upside with a HTML GUI is that its quite simple to upgrade if you keep the HTML files hosted on disc beside the actual webserver. Isolation between the GUI and the application logic is quite well expressed in whats available in your local webserver and what the gui shows.
Jan
5
comment Web technologies on GUI apps
I don't get your question then, why dont you just go for it? What you describe ins't complex, make a webserver run locally, make a REST interface and attack it with javascript. Unless you want to do anything fancy it will work just fine. I recently did this for a server that controls a usb-stick: github.com/morkeleb/remotestick-webgui and thats the gui for a webserver that runs localy just as you describe.
Jan
5
comment Web technologies on GUI apps
Also you can create webpages locally to display offline data. It's all about finding an interface thats easy to port between environments yet can control local resources the way a browser cant.
Jan
5
answered Web technologies on GUI apps
Jan
5
comment What's the most important feature of quality software?
The previous comment is quote material. flamingpenguin do you mind if I qoute you on it?
Jan
5
accepted How should calculations be handled in a document database
Jan
5
comment How should calculations be handled in a document database
Great answer! It's more or less exactly the kind of answer I was looking for. It's good that you pointed out the amount of writes, since I hadn't thought in those terms at all.
Dec
30
awarded  Scholar
Dec
30
accepted Do you have any teamguidelines regarding exceptions?
Dec
27
comment How should calculations be handled in a document database
To be honest, I'm not sure, its more of a design question. Since as far as I've seen the problem is specific for Document style databases. the storage is modeled differently. Basiclly its something that would be dicussed around a whiteboard, however, you might be right.
Dec
23
comment How should calculations be handled in a document database
An error is aggregated over several columns, an example would be that the stacktrace shows that error occur at different locations in the code. So there is no way to precategories the errors. but remember that this is not a relational database. It stores complete documents, and its an (quite complex) aggregate over those documents that I am after.