Tore Nestenius

Meet our Team

Tore Nestenius
Senior developer who likes to teach others

Consultant and trainer that helps companies with advanced problem solving and mentoring.


Key skills

  • C#
  • ASP.NET
  • Web Security
  • CQRS
  • Micro services
  • TDD
  • DDD

About me

Through his  career, Tore has worked with everything from low-level programming in  assembler to building event-driven applications with the CQRS  architecture. Everyday, he works to educate developers where he likes to share his experiences from his various projects.  

Tore also works as CodeBuddy for Edge's customers around the world where he  coaches development teams in various architecture and security issues.  

As a person, Tore is constantly curious about new technologies and his  motto "One can not say anything until one can explain it to others" is  his guiding star.


Fun facts: 

  • Tore took two evening-classes in Basic programming when he was 11-12 years old
  • He developed a home-built Sega Megadrive hardware development kit 
  • Tore is part of the Atari ST demo-group SYNC

Previous assignments

  • Programmers Heaven
  • CodePedia
  • TNValidate
  • C# School E-book
  • Ericsson
  • Flextronics

Certifications

  • Microsoft Technology Specialist Microsoft Technology Specialist

Teacher for courses

Contact

tore@edument.se

News & feeds

Now we launch Comma

 Now we are launching the beta version of Comma, an IDE for Perl 6 developers that will streamline their work.  

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Our view of Vue

Are React and Angular still the only two responsible choices when selecting a JavaScript framework for the new project, or can Vue now be considered an actual contender also from a business perspective?

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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.

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Working Remotely… Very Remotely

Does your job let you travel? Do you want it to? Our job does! And we're taking advantage of it!  Read all about our plans for remote work... very remote work.  #waaayoutofoffice

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Focus on Business Value with Scrum

How do we, as a company, keep our focus on Business Value, when we our teams are dominated by technical people and developers, who are not always even expected to see the bigger picture. How can Scrum be at help?

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