A collection of 11 posts

May 18, 2010

Muda and getting things done

A while ago I went to a lecture at Avega with Jim Coplien. It was quite interesting, since the subject changed back and forth from DCI to Lean. But given my last post

May 17, 2010

Capacity of self

One of the highlights of the past week was that I went to a free lecture by Mary Poppendick at Crisp in Stockholm. It’s quite interesting how your thought processes can be

Jan 11, 2010

Shuffle and Tracks

As I mentioned in a previous post I’ve been working on getting the Android application, Shuffle to synchronize with Tracks. Now that the work has continued this post describes how this feature

Jan 4, 2010

Synchronizing Tracks and Shuffle

I did some open-source work last week. I created a synchronization option in the Android program called Shuffle. Allowing it to synchronize with the web tool called Tracks. Here is a description of

Dec 7, 2009


Funny thing. Some might remember my how I work with code, where you keep a list of issues you figure out as you work with the code. Apparently Kent Beck presents this as

Sep 9, 2009

Getting things done with teams

With this concept of quickly creating new tasks and with the GTD and How I work with code ideas. An idea for a new tool popped up in my head. The tasks that

Sep 8, 2009

How I work with code

In Getting Things Done, David Allen discusses a work flow of how to handle things you need to-do. Now when I work at a coding task I often find places that could need

Sep 7, 2009

Getting Things Done And Code

In Getting Things Done there is a work flow describing how to work with Actions. I found a copy of it at Metamagazine. ![Getting Things Done Workflow](

Sep 6, 2009

Getting things done

I just started reading “Getting things done” – by David Allen. I’m roughly 25 pages in, but now I have to stop to write this blog-post just to clear my mind. The reason