Time to move on

This is my last blog post at this blog since I’m leaving Microsoft. I have had many great years at the software giant evolving my knowledge and contributing to products and really cool customer projects both local and global. I been part of a lot of innovation, sure step development, community work, Dynamics CRM, Sharepoint 2013, WindowsPhone,…

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Techfest 2012

Today friday night and techfest has release some amazing new videos and apps http://fetchclimate.cloudapp.net/app#SM&/ty&1&/years&1961&2012&58.755706&19.317802&58.675836:0.054528:59.766393&16.790946:0.129639:19.38372&56.820748:0.066572:58.152179&17.690115:0.087067:19.431448 Fetch climate -> really cool, lets see how its looks on my favorite swedish holiday island. Hmm looks like its on the east side we should hangout. We tend to stay in the middle and on the west coast. http://research.microsoft.com/apps/video/default.aspx?id=159525 IllumiShare…

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"Invalid Pointer" -after upgrade to WP7 Mango Toolkit

I started to upgrade my WP7 app Trafiken Sverige to latest version of windows phone “mango” and got caught in an ugly #bug Basicly what I done was upgraded my project type to 7.1 Get latest Toolkit (NuGet) Re-build (Work fine) Run App Bonk! Failure -hmm after lite investigation I found out it’s my name of controls…

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Building WindowsPhone 7 app

Puhh long time ago I posted something here.. been busy on different projects and yes you know.. time and time. But I’m still alive and very active 🙂 have been playing around with WP7 this summer and the result could be found here http://www.windowsphone.com/en-gb/apps/be27b928-84b2-4be3-84f9-3ced2b1261e7     

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Go deep or broad as an architect

I recently had the chance to meet Anders Hejlsberg during the Service Technical Leadership program. He is an amazing man with a great work story and currently the lead architect for the C# language. During the meeting with him and some more technical fellows he got a question. How should I as an architect evolve?…

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Out on the road to Redmond

After parental leave things have been busy… Start-up myself, recap what’s happened during my parental leave (wow CRM 2011 looks really good + all the cloud services)The coming week I’m attending SLTP training in Redmond, very excited and looking forward.

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Back after a long parental leave

Starting computer, enjoying drinking caffé with adults (no screaming around or fighting), doing QRP… Yes I’m logged in again 🙂

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Techready 10 from my office

Kids are sleeping, Wife is training, Techready 10 is online, doing alright on CS and wine tastes great! It’s not like being onsite but with technology I can do 3 things at the same time 😉  

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Today February 27, 2010 -> 6 years ago . . .

I remember this test very well. It was one of the first MS CRM certificate rounds and the questions where harder to understand than the test itself… Time goes fast when you have fun, right J

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Offline pictures

Ehh just need to add two pictures taken recently during my parental leave. This picture is taken from a number plate on a car. In Sweden we have a three letter combination and 3 numbers making the car unique. I guess I’m unconsciouslymissing work…   My friend claims it’s from the 60’s and found inside…

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