Concise problem statement:
Steps to reproduce bug:
1. Open Premiere Pro CC
2. Try to import OGG THEORA
Results: can’t be imported
Expected results: can be imported
Right now I’m liking Telegram a lot, especially because it works in the browser and on my phone. They have apps for Android, iOS and a bunch of unofficial ones. It’s not as great as Jabber with offline support would be, but hey, it’s a start! Message me anywhere to grab my phone number and add me if you don’t have it.
I’m currently tasked with the revision of some lecture material for basic HTML, CSS and PHP studies, so I thought I should give gitbook a try.
It’s a super sweet generator for creating an interactive website, a pdf and even epub from a loosely structured bunch of MarkDown files. You can imagine I love that. Continue reading
I’ve tried out Github’s Atom Editor shortly and I must say, they’ve come up with a pretty cool thing.
If you want to try it out, drop a comment, got 3 invites. At the moment only for Mac OS.
Here a couple of screenshots, thanks to Mikkel for providing hardware so I could try it out Continue reading
This weekend we’ve been visiting Egeskov Castle. It’s a beautiful place and I’ll keep it in my as a great location for shoots in the summer!
Also available on my 500px account
I’m currently working as a teacher again temporarily, so to enable every student to be able to get into unit testing, I had to take a look at PHPunit and how to run it on Windows. Continue reading
In my free time that is not spent on programming, blogging, learning, shooting and editing photos and video, I like to play video games, so the fantastic mad dog Mikkel and I have started our video gaming channel on YouTube.
We like playing video games, so we figured, why not leave the microphone rolling! If you like gaming, feel free to comment, subscribe or just have a look!
(everybody likes kittens!)
Visit unganked.com, follow, subscribe and suggest what we should do better or what to play next in the comments!
The multiple selection feature of Sublime Text is something that helps you a lot when you’re aiming to change a variable name multiple times in one file. This is immensely practical, also while re-factoring, changing font-names, colours or anything that appears more than one time in your files. The plugin can be found here: vim multiple cursors, I’ve also added it to my vim plugin repository.
Here an example, if I for example want to rename my callback function to cb:
The keybinding for selecting the next match is CTRL+N, to delete: x and to type something new: i (going to insert mode) cb.
Okay, honestly, it wasn’t 7 full work days, but I’ve done some work on the project every day now. I’ll start out with some numbers and describe new things I’ve learned. I know I could have gotten further with this, but hey, I will get there! Continue reading
I’m a fan of improvisation, Duct-tape and hacking things into what you want them to do speedily and without a lot of testing. One of the areas, where I wouldn’t follow this approach is security.
Security is something many companies don’t take serious. Their servers get broken into, all their user’s data are stolen, leaked, etc. Not cool.
This is not because security is impossible, it’s because it’s just often ignored and can be expensive. Nothing is unbreakable, but in my opinion it’s worth to at least make an effort towards: hard to break. Continue reading