Why ChakraCore matters

July 27th, 2016

People who have been in the web development world for a long time might remember A List Apart’s posts from 16 years ago talking about “Why $browser matters”. In these posts, Zeldman explained how the compliance with web standards and support for new features made some browsers stand out, even if they don’t have massive […]

A great time and place to ask about diversity and inclusion

July 18th, 2016

There isn’t a single day going by right now where you can’t read a post or see a talk about diversity and inclusiveness in our market. And that’s a great thing. Most complain about the lack of them. And that’s a very bad thing. It has been proven over and over that diverse teams create […]

Things not to say on stage at a tech event

July 6th, 2016

This is also available on Medium This is not about a post about trigger words or discriminatory expressions. There is a lot of information about this available, and even some excellent linting tools for your texts. It is also not about unconscious bias. Or well, maybe it is. Learned bias for sure. This is a […]

My closing keynote at Awwwards NYC 2016: A New Hope – the web strikes back

June 20th, 2016

Last week I was lucky enough to give the closing keynote at the Awwwards Conference in New York. Following my current fascination, I wanted to cover the topic of Progressive Web Apps for an audience that is not too technical, and also very focused on delivering high-fidelity, exciting and bleeding edge experiences on the web. […]

Progressive Web Apps and our regressive approach

May 31st, 2016

Custom made, cute, but not reusable In the weeks following Google IO there was a lot of discussion about progressive web apps, Android instant Apps and the value and role of URLs and links in the app world. We had commentary, ponderings, Pathos, explanation of said Pathos after it annoyed people and an excellent round-up […]