This month Enrise has started a partnership with Polteq, an organization specialized in software testing. The aim of the collaboration is making a tester part of our Scrum team, and give advice for composing a test policy within Enrise.    … Continue reading

Aan trendlijstjes voor het komende jaar, daar doen we niet aan. De ervaring leert dat innovaties, nieuws en ontwikkelingen de trendlijstjes voorbijstreven. Interessanter is het om te kijken naar wat in het afgelopen jaar gebeurde. Welke techzaken maakten 2012? Enrise … Continue reading

Here is some extra info related to my talk “To SQL or No(t)SQL”.   To SQL or No(t)SQL – PHPNW12 from Jeroen van Dijk Sources CAP Twelve Years Later: How the “Rules” Have Changed Introducing Riak NoSQL – … Continue reading

Sinds dinsdag 5 juni is in Nederland de nieuwe cookiewetgeving van kracht. Deze wetgeving schrijft voor dat alle websites die gebruik maken van niet-essentiële cookies de bezoeker hierover moeten informeren èn expliciet toestemming moeten krijgen van de bezoeker om deze … Continue reading

Everybody who has projects that exist out of more than 100 lines of code faces the problem of keeping their code clear, as well as maintaining a good oversight. Of course, nobody wants to go over all his code just to find that one line or method you’re looking for. To overcome this problem, some smart people ‘invented’ Design Patterns a long time ago. A design pattern is ‘a general reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem in software design.’ (Wikipedia). A commonly used design pattern is MVC: Model–view–controller. MVC is used to separate your application in three parts: the Data (Model), the output (View), and the User action/input (Controller).

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Recently a colleague from Sales asked me what happens when markup doesn’t validate. Being so completely submerged into a purist frontend mindset tends to blind me to real-life consequences; in this case, the lack thereof. You see, invalid markup doesn’t … Continue reading

Disclaimer: I use the term “JavaScript dependency” to denote a dependency on JavaScript to reach content, not the field of JavaScript dependency injection itself. Some, most or perhaps even all of the content below is highly opinionated, strongly worded and … Continue reading

We all use patterns in our daily lives. Especially when you are a (web)developer. You can’t go without them. In every block of code there is a pattern to be seen (and thats good!) though sometimes the pattern might not be known by name when seen. One pattern that everybody should recognise when going over a piece of code is the adapter pattern.
It’s one of the most easiest patterns to spot. A simple line as $foo->getAdapter(); is enough. Same goes for foo::factory();. read more…

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Hey #designer! The new #Sketch3 is out now:
- Monday Apr 14 - 3:01pm

Next Enrise case: @carsomnl presentation for @DIA_awards. #DIA14
- Friday Apr 11 - 11:52am

Preparing for judge @DIA_awards #DIA14
- Friday Apr 11 - 9:48am