Jenny Wong is a community engineer at Human Made. I’ve known Jenny for a while and on June 4th 2016 I interviewed her at the very first WordCamp Antwerp. Good times! Watch my interview with Jenny Wong Check out the interview. It
Doing find and replace tasks are very common in IT. Usually we trying to find a substring and replace it with something else. Typical needle and haystack kind of stuff. But the thing is that the “find” part is based on the
Channel 9 is Microsoft’s main video channel for technical content. It is aimed at developers and features videos by people who build and who use Microsoft products and services. They also interview people from various communities. Channel 9 at Techorama Channel 9
On May 19th 2016 I was invited to speak at the InfoShare Conference in Gdansk (Poland). I had never heard of the event before, but I had very good experiences with previous conferences in Poland. So I was happy to
On March 18th 2016 I attended the Codemotion conference in Rome (Italy). I never attended a Codemotion event before and I’ve never been to Rome, so I was stoked about this one. Codemotion The Codemotion group organizes conferences around the
dotScale is one of these special events I always enjoy attending. The dotScale conference is a tech event that focusses on the scalability of web applications and Cloud platforms. I already attended the event in 2014 and 2015 and this
Who is Ruben Romero? Ruben Romero is this week’s guest on the video blog and podcast. Ruben is the Director of Community Engagement at Varnish Software. He was born in Madrid, grew up in Ecuador and now lives in Oslo.
The lovely people of Varnish Software invited me again to speak at the Varnish Summit in Copenhagen. Last year, I also got invited to speak at their Summit in Amsterdam and apparently they were happy with my performance. The Varnish Summit in Copenhagen
Yesterday we released a video on Youtube where I’m dressed up as an Easter Bunny. We have an annual tradition at Combell to hand out boxes of chocolates to the entire team. A nice gesture from our CEO Jonas Dhaenens.
Artificial Intelligence sounds like a very academic and futuristic term that is miles away from our every life. In reality Artificial Intelligence is getting more common and is used on the web in a lot of useful situations. Peter Gasston In