Since a few months back Apple does not approve apps that have only social media login (ie not good old fashioned username and password) unless it also has “Sign in with Apple” (SIWA) All this is probably too new for it to be any good tutorials or examples available, at least I could not find… Continue reading Tutorial: Sign in with Apple (SIWA) and Ionic, Cordova, AngularFire, Firebase
In Visual Studio 2010 when creating a new ASP.NET Web Site or ASP.NET Web Application you get a shell for ASP.NET 4.0 web site with a menu using the ASP.NET 4.0 Menu Control. However in Google Chrome and Safari browsers the menu will show with some extra space above it. It took plenty of googling… Continue reading ASP.NET 4.0: Extra space above Menu in Chrome and Safari using Menu Control
AstroGrep is a great free and open source tool for searching for a text string in multiple files. It is a single exe file, no installation needed. Requires .NET framework. (I’m not involved in this tool in anyway, just came across it and thought I’d share/keep for future reference)
I have been trying out Google Wave for a few days now and I have to say that I’m not that impressed with the user experience – it is not at all inutitive, this is obviously the type of program where you really have to read the manual! But I will give it some more… Continue reading Get a Google Wave invite
IBM currently offers a free copy of IBM Lotus Sametime for Dummies. You can also download it as a pdf.
This isn’t technology related but since I have this blog how can I not post about it? Two days ago my second daughter Alva was born. She’s a beautiful baby girl! On the photo she’s 10 hours old and “sitting” together with my other daughter Ebba who is 2+ years old. Some facts: Born Sunday… Continue reading Fantastic News!
It’s not uncommon that friends ask me to help fix their computer problems. I’m happy to help but unfortunatly I’m not that good at fixing common hardware and OS problems, my knowledge of those things is just not good enough anymore – back in the good old days (I’m talking IBM PS/2, Token Ring, Windows… Continue reading DVD in Full Screen with Multiple Monitors in Windows XP
I just wanted to share this great story by Damien Katz, a former programmer at Iris/Lotus. I first read it about a year ago and came across again today. It’s about Damien as a novice C++ programmer rewriting one of the core components of Lotus Notes/Domino – the formula engine, originally written by Ray Ozzie.… Continue reading Programmer’s Frustration
I just read this article in Fortune, headlined “Microsoft’s new brain”. It’s about Ray Ozzie but the real take aways for me were: 1) how Microsoft think about their new services strategy. 2) the report on how the new management at Microsoft work. I had understood that Ozzie played an important role but not that… Continue reading Ray Ozzie and Microsoft’s New Services Strategy
Since I’m new to blogging I didn’t know how to use my own domain name with this blog. A quick Google revealed that the way it works is that I simply use Blogger as usual but whenever I publish anything it is published to my web server using FTP. I have my own web server… Continue reading Problem solved: FTP and Windows 2003 Firewall