Author Archives: Michael Mahlberg

About Michael Mahlberg

Traveling the world, living life and building another software and consulting business - perhaps. Although I've been dubbed "serial entrepreneur", I'm still caring about the craft of software development & have been consulting on software development processes and architecture since the last millennium.

Modes of travel

In this age it’s really simple to roam the world – for the price of one four-person four-week high-season vacation you can easily get a round the world ticket from various merchants. Add 50% and you can even travel round … Continue reading

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Selecting a market

Options: Microsoft Windows Apple Computers (OS X) Microsoft Mobile Apple iOS (aka mobile) Google Mobile (aka Android) Web Approach: I think I’ll go with a weighted matrix for the target market in the end, but following my general idea of … Continue reading

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Setting up the utilities

Have you ever wondered what it takes to get from naught to operations with regard to software development? In the end this post will describe how to go from a clean OS X system (aka out of the box) to … Continue reading

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Principles for the new label

I sure do pursue lots of goals – but this new label is meant to target only a few of them. New label? Which new label? 1. Make personal computing personal again <explanation follows> 2. Software should work without interference … Continue reading

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Reducing the Software Load

Another question that arises is the necessary amount of software to take on such a journey. Apart from the development tools (handled later on) one of the more annoying topics is the choice of an office suite. Honestly I wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Curious? Stay tuned…

As Alan Kay once said (IIRC): The best way to predict the future is to invent it. And for my future I predict lot’s of upcoming changes… Current Stage: Preparation Estimated day of bigger changes: 2011-04-01

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