A collection of 30 posts

Aug 29, 2011

Keeping knowledge workers loyal

In a previous post I discussed how to keep knowledge workers motivated. There is a flipside to keeping them motivated because being motivated is only enough the keep the knowledge worker working well,

Aug 22, 2011

Keeping knowledge workers motivated

I went through a rough spot recently, which caused me to look more closely at the Maslow’s hierarchy of needs theory. This post describes what I found out in a non-personal way

Nov 22, 2010

A pull process

While reading The Power Of Pull, I came to think about push and pull processes. Now the definition of these is not the same as a push or pull process as used in

May 15, 2010

My presentation at AS2010

I held a presentation at AS2010 about handling defects. The slides are up, unfortunately there is not text in the slides and there’s no audio track… but for those who wish to

May 5, 2010

Inventory in software

I’ve been thinking a bit about all these factory references that occur when discussing software development. So here is an inventory management view, I guess. Inventory, viewed from a lean perspective is

May 3, 2010

Measuring defects

I was working on performance tuning for the mobile client of RemoteX Applications when I found a tool called EQATEC Analytics. Six month later I added it to our clients for the first

Mar 23, 2010


Sometimes I’m amazed. I came to work this morning, and someone came at me in slight panic. A system that is central for our customer operations is having an outage what do

Dec 14, 2009

Alt.Net Code sparring session

Last week we had a code sparring session in Stockholm under the flag of Alt.Net Sweden. Peter Hultgren, also a member of Alt.Net Sweden came up with the idea. During the

Dec 10, 2009

How you write code is a habit

These last couple of days we have been having a internal TDD course at RemoteX. We had the help of Andreas Brink, whom guided us in testing and over all code quality. One

Dec 8, 2009

Understanding code

“I can look at code and understand it but i cant write code” There seems to be a common misunderstanding that if you can read code and “understand what it does” you understand