Software Development:

Overview of Mobile Development Frameworks in 2019

4.3.2019 0

This is part of a sort of series of blog posts that I’ve been writing in the last six years. These blog posts are about mobile development technologies. I don’t go really deep into the technical details, but rather provide Read more

Unit testing RxSwift application

19.11.2018 1

Unit testing RxSwift apps is the topic I want to talk about today. This is the last part of my series ‘How to use RxSwift with MVVM’, where we have learned to use RxSwift by implementing the Friends application. The Read more

How to use RxSwift with MVVM pattern – Part 2

30.10.2018 0

This is the second post in the ‘How to use RxSwift with MVVM’ series. In the first part, we set up RxSwift from Cocoapods and checked how to use Variable, Observable and PublishSubject. This time we will create a view that Read more

How to use RxSwift with MVVM pattern – Part 1

23.10.2018 0

This article is all about how to use RxSwift with MVVM. RxSwift has been a hot topic in the swift community for a few years now, but somehow I’ve managed to avoid it. It took me a while to switch Read more

Fixing YAML for Fun

20.9.2018 0

One of the nicest parts of working as a consultant developer is that I get to help solve other people’s problems, and that I get paid decently well to do so. This means that I spend my days solving mostly Read more

Suck less: A quick introduction to accessibility

9.4.2018 3

Ever made an app that is impossible to use? There’s a chance you have. Technology users are a diverse bunch, which means that some of your users are using your app much differently than you WOULD EXPECT. That’s where accessibility Read more

SummAR of ’17 part 2: Development edition

18.12.2017 0

In a previous blog post about my summer at Vincit, I went over some general information and user experiences about HoloLens. This post picks up right where the last one ended and offers some insight in to the development process for Read more

Code monkey in defence of good design work and tight cross-disciplinary collaboration

What do designers actually do? There often is quite a bit of confusion about what “UX designers” and “service designers” actually do in a software project. A common misconception is that they mostly just design the pretty visuals and draw Read more

Empty Promises and Other Heresy

30.8.2017 3

My name is Toni and I’m a programmer I wrote my first choose-your-own-adventure game when I was eight years old. I had learned to instruct my trusty C64 to wait for input, process the input, print output, rinse and repeat. Read more

Software development 450 words per minute

“Something’s a little bit off here.” That’s what I predict your first thought to be upon seeing my cubicle for the first time. There’s no screen or mouse in sight. Instead there’s a guy hammering away on a keyboard, staring Read more