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bio website soundcloud.com/…
location Sweden
age 29
visits member for 3 years, 9 months
seen Dec 8 at 6:45

Professional experience with UX (Usability, user Interface Design (GUIs and CLIs), Usefulness, Branding, etc...), Java, SQL, UNIX systems, version control (Clearcase and GIT), C/C++, TDD and agile processes.

Enjoys creating indie games (C#, XNA) as well as web sites (HTML/CSS/PHP/SQL) whenever there is time. Very passionate about the latest tech trends, as well as staying up to date and learning new things in general.

Feel free to take a look at my music productions if you have the time! Feedback is definitely appreciated.


Apr
4
awarded  Editor
Apr
4
revised What software development model has worked best for software teams with heavy dependancy on hardware teams?
Tried to improve the grammar and the structure of the message.
Apr
4
suggested approved edit on What software development model has worked best for software teams with heavy dependancy on hardware teams?
Mar
23
comment Why are more programmers not freelance these days?
Are you the toilet in this analogy? :DD Joking aside, I can definitely relate to this, so +1.
Mar
23
answered How to test code and functionality effectively while working as a freelancer?
Mar
11
awarded  Yearling
Mar
7
comment Drawbacks of code kata
Regarding the comments on that your professional career is in great danger if you don't spend at least a small amount on your free time on programming, I find this interesting: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/48698/…
Mar
6
comment Drawbacks of code kata
+1 to this. While I absolutely love programming, and that I'm able to earn money on something I love doing, I don't see the point in doing MORE programming outside of work. I have so many other hobbies (DJing, producing music, weight-lifting, drawing and street dance for instance) that I don't see the point on spending more hours on something I already do 40 hours / week.
Jan
17
answered When and how to use the advanced features of git?
Dec
1
accepted Self-documenting code vs Javadocs?
Nov
30
comment Self-documenting code vs Javadocs?
+1, that's a good call. I think my main grip with this is that I don't see it as two different target audiences, but you are right.
Nov
30
comment Self-documenting code vs Javadocs?
I definitely agree to this. Is there anything else you'd consider when it comes to javadocs in particular? Like, I can imagine that describing what a method does might be useful for e.g. APIs.
Nov
30
asked Self-documenting code vs Javadocs?
Nov
4
answered Using “catching exceptions” to improve readability, Good or Bad?
Nov
4
answered Making big changes incrementally
Nov
3
answered Learn a language bottom-up or top-down?
Nov
3
answered What should I put into my online development portfolio?
Oct
31
comment When is it okay to ship a product with a known bug?
@Keith Thompson: Haha yeah, you're right. I guess I just watch too many TV series. ;)
Sep
27
comment Why do so many developers believe performance, readability, and maintainability cannot coexist?
SK-logic: In my opinion that's one of the best parts of all the stackexchange sites, since one gets to question the obvious, which can be healthy every now and then. What might be obvious to you might not be obvious to someone else, and vice versa. :) Sharing is caring.
Sep
27
answered Why do so many developers believe performance, readability, and maintainability cannot coexist?