Welcome to my corner of the web. I intended this to be a blog, as it turns out, I don't have that much to say. But hey, at least my page loads faster than yours, and it is pretty darn responsive out of the box!
I work in computer science, did my first small program in Pascal around the age
of 13. Have been playing with programming and tech since then. For the
past 10 years I have been working as an
μISV under the company name
I have worked in many different areas of IT, both administratively as manager, PM and SCRUM master, but mostly as developer on various projects, Linux sysadmin or git monger.
I'm currently spiking on lean software development and operations - DevOps - using Kanban and the Three Ways.
I'm married to Tina Blum, who also dabbel in IT. We have two children Liva and
Mikkel, and an unholy Whipped/Labrador mix called Asti.
When not snooping on the kernel mailing list or reading about tech, I enjoy exercising (that cardio stuff), walking my dog or playing with the kids.
I really enjoy reading about IT - how to manage, run, develop, communicate etc. This is a small subset of books I have personally read and would recommend any manager and developer to read. If you are a developer, a book about agile might help you understand your SCRUM master better, on the other hand, if you are manager, a book about C programming might help you understand why code isn't always perfect the first time.
As a bit of a quirk of mine, I really think anybody involved in IT, also the enterprise guys and girls, should read about open source development. What truly motivates a software team to create highquality software? As such, a title or two about OSS has made the list.