This month I have focused on eye contact and sun light. To get eye contact I’ve placed myself more visible than before. Pointing my camera right at people. It takes a while to get used to it and I have ta talk myself into it every time. I try to place people in the sunlight to […]
I have been following John’s photos for a long time. I like it a lot. He does a great job of capturing people. When I asked him about how he did, he told me that he decided to stop being ashamed of putting a camera to peoples faces. Last month I tried. I got one portrait. […]
I’ve read up on some pair programming research. Here is the different papers I’ve read. With a short description for each. Strengthening the Case for Pair-Programming They compare results from professional developers working with and without pair programming and teams at the university doing both pair programming and non pair programming. In all cases pair […]
In the last semester at the IT University I wrote my Bachelor Thesis together with Peter Thorin. We evaluated the maturity of a Microsoft tool for model driven development called Microsoft Domain-Specific Languge Tools (DSL Tools). The work included building a MetaModel for Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) using DSL Tools and compare the results, both in […]
SEAGRID was a 50 person student project for the fourth semester at the IT University of Göteborg. We built a distributed system for an automated harbor with toys controlled by software.
After many hours ECos connected just fine through the stupid network sockets.
Building mock ups