Welcome to my little place on github pages.

I'm a developer and a course instructor. I teach courses on web development, JavaScript, C# and more.

When I’m not working, I try to spend most my time with my family and friends. I might be skiing (mostly downhill), flying drones, riding my motorcycle, be out photographing (you can see some of my photos on Flickr) or just doing even more programming.

Thanks for stopping by, hope you find something useful here, in one of my Github repos or gists!

-Arjan Einbu

My webpack templates

These templates should get you started developing your web ideas.

The templates are framework neutral starter kits for building web apps or npm packaged components with Webpack and Babel.

They come with tools for testing them in the development web server, and building the static assets to publish on your web server.

Tarifa, España

Adding a new disk to my Linux computer

I just did a clean install of Linux Mint in my quest to better know Linux.

One of the first obstacles I met was how to utilize my computer's second hard drive.

Lemmings: It turns out they aren't blue at all!
The good,
the bad and the

Running a docker container

I needed to run pre-made docker container, so that I easily could test Redis, MS SQL Server, mongoDB etc without doing a full install of the products on my computer.

Since the packages where made and just needed some configuration to get started using them, I wrote a small post on how to.

I have used them on my mac, but the procedure should be the same for different Linuxes and Windows versions too.

Republished from 2009!

Mythbusters: Unit-testing

I found a question titled: "Why is code quality not popular?" on Stackoverflow yesterday.

Several people had listed reasons for not doing unit testing. There were a lot of misconceptions there.

Here are the main reasons mentioned against unit testing (the myths) with my response:

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Scientific progress goes boink!
Calvin & Hobbes
Me, driving in Nevada

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