• Tips for usable text on the web

    After working on a number of websites I learned that making a good website, that is easy to read, is hard. There's a lot of stuff you need to think about. Even for things like choosing the right font size and spacing between typograhical elements. In this post I've gathered…

  • Learning Rails part 4: Integrating bootstrap

    One of the coolest frameworks since the existence of web frameworks is Bootstrap, at least if you ask me what would be the coolest framework to work with. It doesn't solve all your CSS troubles, but it gives you a very good basis on which to build your software. Bootstrap…

  • Migrated my blog to Ghost.js

    Javascript is awesome and I had to jump on the wagon by moving my blog to this cool programming language. Well, not really, but I was looking for a blog engine that supports markdown instead of the dreaded wysiwyg HTML editor that was standard a year ago. I could ofcourse…

  • Integrating video into your website

    Integrating video sounds easy on paper. But believe me, it isn't. Video formats are a complete nightmare and even a simple player is hard to integrate. In this post I will show you some important tricks that you will need in order to succesfully integrate video into your website. HTML5…

  • Learning Rails part 3 - Using RSpec

    So I've been going at this Rails things for a few days now and I learned a lot. One of the things I discovered is how you can make developing applications easier in Rails with the help of some test-driven development techniques. There's a lot of stuff you can do…

  • Learning Rails part 2: Guard yourself

    After working a few days on my project in Rails I learned something. Having to work with the terminal to execute commands against your Rails project is nice, since you can do some crazy stuff. It's also the most annoying thing ever. I like to live preview my work on…

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This blog is my personal spot where I talk technology. I love to hack and design pieces of technology.

I update this spot on a regular basis, to share some of my ideas and whacky contraptions for you to enjoy.

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Developing mobile apps, Web 2.01 proof and CSS 3.x enabled. And all that as a human being.

When not out and about on the internet, hacking in open source software, you will probably find me photographing landscapes.