One of my customers moved their persistence from “old” relational style to modern in-memory data grid and tasked me to think on how we could […]

Intro In the last post HowTo: Web Application with Spring-Boot, Kotlin and Mongodb, a short tutorial was provided to create a simple web application. We […]

I am using Atlassian JIRA Software in most of my projects. But I am always using hand drawn burndown charts like this one: But why? […]

Nowadays we developer are happy about code that we do not have to write ourselves. The common IDEs like Eclipse and IntelliJ support  us with […]

How can we decrease distance? Now we have introduced Distance Mapping in my last blog Remote Teams (Part 2): How Distance Mapping can help you […]

As presented in my previous blog Remote Teams (Part 1): Distance is the new workplace challenge you really need to be ambitious in reducing distance […]

I have a dream: Distance is a thing of the past in my day-to-day business. I work co-located with my colleagues and we all sit […]

In this post I will give an introduction to logistic regression, an powerful yet easy to implement machine learning method. I will explain some of […]

If only a soft migration instead of a big bang migration of an application to the cloud possible, the database must be shared between the […]

RxJS is already shipping with a lot of operators which mostly fulfill all requirements you might have, but perhaps you are missing something. Or if […]

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