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  • Collector 0.1 Released

    I am proud to announce that my open source project Collector version 0.1 has been released. The programs webpage and user guide is not quite done yet however the program can be downloaded Here. This first version of Collector is Danish only, but other languages are coming in a future version.

  • Control In Plain Text

    Not too long ago I had a long discussion on Facebook about MS Word. I asked the question, how anyone could get anything done in MS Word and that turned into a WYSIWYG vs. WYSIWYW discussion. If you are unfamiliar with the terms WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) and WYSIWYW (What you see is what you want)…

  • wxPython 2.9 on Linux

    I needed to test one of my programs on Linux. It’s written in Python using wxPython. I am using the the version that is still in development wxPython 2.9. There is prebuild versions for Mac and Windows but unfortunately there isn’t a prebuild package for Linux so I had to compile it myself. However I ran in to some problems…

  • SSH Port Forwarding

    This will essentially create a VPN(Private Virtual Network) via SSH. It will allow you to access webpages that otherwise only are accessible from within the local network or browse the internet looking like you are on your home IP address. Why is this useful? Well, I’ll tell you what I use it for.   Accessing a local webserver on my…

  • HTC 8X Review

    I’ve had the HTC 8X for about two month and this is my review of the phone. The back of the phone is a soft touch rubber surface and it is easy to get a good grip on it and it doesn’t easily slip out of your pocket by accident. The dedicated camera button makes it very fast to take…

  • Thinkpad W530 Review

    I bought the ThinkPad W530 only about a week after its release in Denmark. I needed an all in one laptop for school work and light gaming. As of the writing of this post I have had the laptop for about 4 months and I have a good idea of the laptops pros and cons. One off the main reasons…

  • InNews

    Nerdy Christmas

    Friday 12:00 pm was the deadline for my mobile development exam project. In the fourteen days of the project I had to make a web service, desktop program (C#), web app (asp.net), mobile web app (JQuery Mobile), Android app, and a database they all connect to either direct or via the web service. Ohh and write a rapport with all…