Last week, when I was in Zell am See on Kitzsteinhorn, I left my board on one of the snowboard docks, unsupervised. In Austria everybody does this, nobody worries about thieves. So I left my board there while I took a walk and when I returned, surprise: my board was gone! My first reaction was, of … Continue reading Stolen Snowboard in Zell am See
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Finally, I had some time to port my Loop Player application from Windows Phone to Android. Both the original and the Android versions are far from perfect, but it helps me while practicing the guitar. They're perfect for my needs. I had some difficulties with the Android version because I needed to add playback speed support … Continue reading Loop player ported to Android
Mister Guy Kawasaki and lots of other Lean Startup evangelists, often say that we should first ship and then test and improve. While I can agree with the idea that developers often spend too much time with unimportant stuff, the Lean Startup ideas often translates to: do not implement anything, just do things manually, don't … Continue reading Don’t worry, be crappy!