The original post about my Flutter starter app has more than 10k views and the starter app has 159 stars on Github and was listed on AwesomeFlutter. I get hundreds of reads a month, so I figured it was time to update the original post to reflect all the changes to the starter app (and the Flutter project). To keep the links and trackbacks, I updated the post at its original … [Read more...] about Complete re-write of the original Flutter first_app starter app post!
Flutter promises a lot. It has also quite a few new interesting characteristics that are attractive to a CTO. When is it production-ready for your next app and how does it stack up against native apps and React Native? Will it survive and thrive over time? And for what type of projects is it suitable already now? Jul 15, 2020This is a copy of the original post from July, … [Read more...] about A Production-Quality Flutter Starter App (the original from July 2019)
Cross-posted from https://eng.hudya.io/how-we-launched-electricity-services-in-eight-weeks/, original post from Sept 2017 Hudya Engineering is all about building a digital platform for multiple services for regular people’s homes and families, and to do that for Norway, Sweden, and Denmark (phase 1) in parallel. However, “a digital platform” is not something you … [Read more...] about How We Launched Electricity Services in Eight Weeks @ Hudya
For many years I have used a very simple model to explore personal development, both for myself and for my engineers. The foundation is the core belief I have: Great products and quality software are made by people having fun. The above diagram shows the entire model. The whole idea is to look at what you do on a daily basis and identify the things you truly enjoy and have … [Read more...] about A Model for Personal Development in Software Engineering
Much is written about how to innovate in tech. Still, it boils down to the simple ability of individuals to focus on and prioritise the right things on a day to day basis, and that other people in other functions prioritise not only the same right things but also at the SAME TIME! This is where most organisations fail. In Are You Lost in All the Priorities, I wrote about a … [Read more...] about Don’t Try to Innovate on Your Entire Business Model in The Existing Organisation