Updating an iMac 27" EMC 2546

iMac 27" open

Back in 2013 when my oldest son was 10 years old I wanted him to get into computers. He had already started gaming but the responsible thing seemed to ever-so-gently nudge him towards development and the world of creating your own applications. As I was already a converted Apple-fan (from Linux) the best choice was an iMac that everybody could use. A good sized screen of 27 inches with plenty of 'real estate', a hard drive to hold it all and RAM to last all the way (8GB).

Let's go 2019!

NYE fireworks

Hey there and welcome to a new start! It's been years of procrastinating but no more: It's time to get busy, clear the board and take a new look on things. So many projects are collecting dust at the moment - both 3d-print, radio and - most prominently - the car which didn't go throught last winter very well. Sad and expensive story I'll get back to later.

As always, when rolling over a new year it's time to stop up and assess the status: What works, what needs more work and what doesn't work any more. Take a step back before taking the next step.

How I Learned To Love Agile

Project Management

Ok, I’ll gladly admit it – I was never very fond of ”process methodologies” or any fancy way to describe how, why and when I should do my work. A little childish perhaps and probably not very professional. So there, I’ve said it.

But I never was a very normal developer. Not even normal. Or developer.

From the middle of the 90’s and onwards I went from one project to the next. Never really did what it said on my business card since I always had a weird ability to get involved in all sorts of projects across many different parts of the organisation.


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