The future web development: where are we heading?

The web as we know it
: The web as we know it

The web is easy I thought 15 years ago, 15 years later I still haven’t mastered it. Here are some thoughts on the future of the web.

The TicTacToe Kata in C# – A TestDriven approach

This is for my future self to see how I look like on camera while coding ;-)
And I am doing another experiment to see if people are interested in this kind of stuff.

I turned on Camtasia and recorded myself during my weekly practice sessions. Published on youtube and now I wait and see what the reactions are.
Tools used: mstest, VisualStudio 2012, Resharper and Notepad.

The TicTacToe Kata in CSharp
Figure: Is the font big enough? Is my picture small enough? Is my voice annoying enough? Let me know!

How do you continuously improve yourself? An interview with SSW TV

This went viral on YouTube the other day, aka my mum clicked it 100 times.

Me and Adam Stephensen rambling around Clean Code, Quality, Releasing Software more often, Continuous Delivery and all things that make developers happy.
Figure: Me and Adam Stephensen rambling around

The Agile Manifesto 3.0

This is the 1st principle of the Agile Manifesto from the year 2001 that you can find on

Our highest priority is to satisfy the customer through early and continuous delivery of valuable software
Figure: First principle of the Agile Manifesto from 2001

How to increase the Code Coverage in 2 easy steps

As a developer you come to the point in time where a manager asks you to have at least 80% Code Coverage in your code.

Photo Credit: Sam Foster

All managers love to see numbers, especially big increasing numbers.
I love big numbers too!

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