Daniel Raniz Raneland
Raniz is quick to adopt new technology. Everything from learning a new programming language to documentation of technicalities. He is prestigeless and likes to get into new domains. He loves to share knowledge and ideas, and interesting topics for conversation never end. Raniz helps maintain a high technical level, including Cloud and DevOps. Raniz has worked at factor10 since 2021, has previous experience as an architect at several companies, and is deeply skilled in Java. When he's not working, he's into beer brewing and triathlons.
Skills and interests
Master of Science in Software Development from LTH, Faculty of Engineering.
In the top 4% on Stack Overflow.
Worked for Sony Mobile in Tokyo to improve in-house cloud capabilities.
Two-time speaker at JFokus and one-time speaker at Craft Conf and Devoxx.
Beer brewer and sourdough bread baker.
Master thesis: Performance- and Cost-efficient Cloud Architectures.
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About pair programming
When I first heard about pair programming I didn't like the concept. I'm much faster on my own without someone else slowing me down. And I was right - at the time. This was in u...
The art of testing: failing gracefully
When writing tests, we should always write them so that when (not if) they fail, they do so gracefully, with as much information regarding why as possible. Doing this increases ...
Back on Gentoo
I discovered Linux back in 2002 when I was in my second year of "Gymnasiet". I studied "Computer Technology" and we had our own computer lab where we managed all the computers a...
Can you Test-Drive Music?
I think Martin Molin of Wintergatan is test-driving his Marble Machine 3. Here is why.
The Hats of Test Driven Development
A while ago I held an internal TDD-workshop at one of our customer's offices. We took on a simple task together where the solution turned out to be a lot more complex than it in...
The Benefits of TDD
I have written about TDD before on this blog, so I am not going to introduce the concept here, but instead I want to focus on why I practice TDD and the benefits I see.
Writing Presentation Briefs With ChatGPT
I found myself with some unexpected time on the train (customer laptop not powering on) and started looking over my Sessionize profile, going through my talks and trying to impr...
TDD Workshop @ Campus Varberg
I've always been free with sharing knowledge and try to help out wherever I can. When I was younger this meant I helped my classmates in subjects I was good at (mostly physics, ...
Doing the dishes during meetings
When I started working at Sony Mobile in 2013 I noticed something that I had never experienced before. People brought their laptops to meetings. I get bringing the laptop to tak...