Design

A collection of 16 posts

Nov 15, 2010

Bananas!

During Android Only Erik Hellman from Sony Ericsson explained how they create their Android Phones. During his talk he mentioned that they put all phones through a monkey test. Where a phone has

Nov 8, 2010

Refactoring of logging rules

I’ve been working on a logging system for RemoteX Applications, the system is going Live any day now. (In fact since this post will be scheduled it might already have). So I

May 25, 2010

Working at the right level of abstraction

At RemoteX we have been a bit unhappy with the code produced to create our REST-service using WCF. The problem is that you have these contracts that you specify. These contracts then build

Jan 14, 2010

Inheritance of features

Given my recent combining of Tracks and Shuffle. An interesting thing happened. Something that happens when you combine two products so that they inherit features from each other. On Shuffle’s issue list

Jan 13, 2010

The guessing user interface

My girlfriend has downloaded a solitaire application to her HTC Tattoo. While solitaire isn’t anything revolutionary it has an interface feature which got me thinking. Se what the interface does is move

Nov 21, 2009

Rethinking design desicions

I read a blog post at Three Rivers Institute that lead me to the following presentation. The presentation is about startups and search engine optimization. How to drive visitors to your website. Dharmesh

Jul 1, 2009

The importance of teaching

I have a good friend whom after university focused on first communication and then management. But now he has turned to development. We’ve been having a few discussion over the past few

Apr 18, 2009

Refactoring how to open views

We had a problem in RemoteX applications, not a big one, but an old structure that had to be refactored. Our open method only accepted URIs as arguments. This forced most of our

Apr 7, 2009

Grails: Ajax Login using Basic Auth

So I have my Grails environment setup. The point is to build a REST-service that will work as a back end to a highly dynamic JavaScript page. I chose Grails, since it builds

Mar 4, 2009

Working with a domain model

We just took a new turn on the work with our Domain Model in RemoteX Applications. In recent months, mostly due to the increased number of customers using the system. There had been