Hello world!


My idea with this blog is to provide help to people NOT experts in javascript and Dojo. I do not consider myself an expert and do not really aspire to be one. I just want to get the job done and in the simplest way possible that generate high quality code that is reasonably maintainable by myself and others.

So this blog is for people like me and if I manage to make it what I want to I know it is missing today. Exactly what and why I feel it is missing is something I will elaborate further on in later posts.

The future will tell if I succeeded in my mission and if I discover I was wrong about the “missing” part I may simply cease blogging.

Boring Facts About Me

Swede. Not a native English speaker so if my English is bad, please forgive me and feel free to correct me. I do not mind at all.

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) way back when. My studies focused on signal processing, something I have never worked with professionally. Became a “hacker” during my studies at KTH, in those days a hacker was somebody who simply liked to play with computers and not somebody writing malicious code to break down the internet, or whatever. A true nerd.

Went on to work as an electrical engineer for a few years but soon drifted into software engineering and never really left except for some brief excursions as a manager for teams and projects.

For more information relevant to the Dojo topic, check about the About tab.

One Response to Hello world!

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