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I want others to shine!
I think one of my main themes is to take complex things and making them more accessible to others,
whether by explaining, creating a tool or making a helper library doesn’t really matter. I want
others to shine.
I like to know how things are implemented because this makes it easier to choose the correct
tool for the job. If you need super optimized graphics effects on a mobile phone then let's
implement it on the GPU or with ARM assembly, but in most cases higher level languages will result
in code that is faster to develop and easier to maintain.
Today I am intrigued by the UX in API design, like how can we make API:s that are easier to
remember and produces better results, or how helper functions can open up new thought paths without
sacrifying versatility of the underlying design.
- Software Architect at The Astonishing Tribe
- Senior Software Architect at BlackBerry
Teacher for courses
Posts by Erik
Configuring CMake for success
One common question I get on our Advanced C++ course is how the project structure should look, e.g. should I split the source code into multiple directories? How can I introduce unit tests? Should I compile into multiple libraries?
Each project is unique in what it needs, so in this blog post I’ll go over my general preferred setup and then look at how we adopted it for C++ on Android where we also interface with Kotlin/Java.
Invariants hidden in callbacks
Callbacks might look simple and innocent, but they can be dangerous!
News & feeds
Why do we do this to ourselves?
A couple of weeks ago, we discovered that some dates on our web site were incorrect. Instead of showing the actual date of a course delivery, certain pages would always show today's date...Read more >
Today we open our new headquarters, Teknikhubben
Today we open our new headquarters, Teknikhubben, on Kullagatan in Helsingborg. Here entrepreneurs can get help to realize their business ideas.Read more >
New office in Gothenburg
We are now opening a new office in GothenburgRead more >
Now we launch Beginning ASP.NET Core
In 2016 Microsoft released the ASP.NET Core Platform, but it was shaky. Not until May 2018, with the release of version 2.1, did the platform become stable. Now is the time to invest knowledge in it, and therefore we release the course Beginning ASP.NET Core.Read more >