If you don’t know what XSLT is and how to use it, go away. This here is not for you.
After a little, er, let’s call it discussion I had with a certain supplier recently, I decided to write down a few words on server reliability and how to measure and understand it. Like so many things that touch statistics it is very easy to take statements like “99.7% reliability” at face value without understanding its […]
This is a first look at Swift, Apple’s new programming language for MacOS and iOS development, which is still in Beta and thus by the time you are reading this, some of the bugs or features discussed here may have changed. Also, while I have worked with a couple of programming languages over the years, […]
I was recently looking into the options to buy a living room “home server” to centralize certain services like file and print server, media server, etc. It didn’t take me long to realize that for less money I could get a whole legion of small microcomputers that do the same work better and more securely; […]
Here’s another weekend-project. Actually it’s more an “interface study”, but a fully functional calculator app. It is all based around the thought: why does the “Calculator” app on my computer still look like a hardware pocket calculator from the 1950’s? Why doesn’t it render the formula like a proper formula editor? Why can’t I enter […]
Did you ever want to know which quotation marks are used in different regions in Europe? Consult this map for an overview.
Here’s another project I’m working on: The Unicode Character Map – a small but (hopefully) useful tool to view all available Unicode characters.
My (then 6-year-old) daughter and me were pretty impressed by this build of a Portal Turret, and since she is quite a big Portal fan, this thing went straight up to the top of her birthday wish-list.