About Wolfram Kriesing

Wolfram Kriesing has more than fourteen years professional experience in IT. The early involvement in web technologies provides him with deep knowledge and experience for designing and implementing stable and scalable architectures.

Travel with uxebu – We are hiring!

Yesterday HP announced the new WebOS devices in San Francisco. Nikolai and Stephan had been there (and they are still there). MWC starts on Monday. Six out of seven of the uxebus will be there in Barcelona, all week, one apartment, sea view and fun. After JSConf in Portland (at least) three of us are […]

My first iPhone

Just a couple of days ago we bought an iPhone4 for those of uxebu who wanted or needed one. I got me one too and I really need it I am serious – showing our apps is much easier when having my own phone instead of asking the customer to install a certain app from […]

BlackBerry6, WebKit, WebWorks, DevCon10, etc.

The BlackBerry DevCon 2010 closed it’s doors a couple of days ago and to put the conclusion first, I have become a new evangelist for the BlackBerry6 platform. It supports W3C widgets, well … in a way ;). The core message I took away: web technologies have become first class citizens on the new BlackBerry […]

BarCamp Munich 2010 – seen through JavaScript and mobile eyes

First and foremost big thanks to the organizers and sponsors of this awesome BarCamp. It almost seems as if BarCamps have already passed their tipping point, but still every time I discover new and interesting things, I meet people who attend for the first time and are excited about it, which makes it really awesome […]

uxebu is hiring

JSConf is just around the corner and all the JavaScript geeks are meeting there. We from uxebu are going there too, of course :). We are going to give four cool talks David Aurelio (of TouchScroll fame) – Interface Styling & Scripting for WebKit Mobile Jens Arps (our storage expert) – The hitchhiker’s guide to […]

SWDC 2010 Stockholm

Thanks to Peter Peter Svensson for organizing and making SWDC 2010 in Stockholm happen and especially thanks for inviting us to speak there. We had a blast. A crowd of about 100 people saw some very interesting talks, ranging from Node.js, YQL, Chrome extensions, HTML5 to PhoneGap, I guess everybody heard something new and interesting.

One var statement for one variable!

JavaScript allows to comma-separate multiple variable declarations, like so: var i=0, j=1 . Declaring multiple variables using one var-statement accross multiple lines is a NO GO! I consider this evil. And I learned it the hard way. It might look pretty nice, looks like less code and more efficient. But it definitely is not so […]

Developing Widgets for Bada Devices

Developing Widgets for Bada Devices

EventNinja – A Mobile Cross Platform App

Lately we have been quite active around a mobile app, which you can find in multiple app stores for multiple platforms. The app runs on iPhone, Android, Palm’s WebOS, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Nokia S60, Vodafone 360 phones and we are still adding to the list. But the most interesting fact is: it’s all the same […]

JavaScript: Variable declarations and scope

In a lot of programming languages, I would even say in most programming languages, the following looks awkward and does surely not work. One of those languages is C. But JavaScript is sometimes a miracle and like a box of jewelery, ready to be discovered. And if you are new to it, it is loaded […]

Make evaled script more useable in Firebug

Make evaled script more useable in Firebug

Git SVN Workflow

Git SVN Workflow

Text Rotation with CSS

Text Rotation with CSS

Google Technology User Group Munich

Last Thursday I was at the #gtugmuc which was really packed this time. For being the second #gtug in Munich I am very impressed how quickly people reacted and attended. I think a main reason is that Google was hosting it and showing android stuff.
After the two android talks (Damon Kohler about Android Scripting […]

Over the Air 2009

Over the Air 2009