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  1. The WordPress.org privacy policy has been updated, hurray! While we weren’t able to remove all the long sentences, we hope you find the revisions make it easier to understand: how we collect and use data, how long the data we collect is retained, and how you can request a copy of the data you’ve shared with us. There hasn’t been any change to the data that WordPress.org collects or how that data is used; the privacy policy just provides more detail now. Happy reading, and thanks for using WordPress! View the full article
  2. WordPress 4.9.6 is now available. This is a privacy and maintenance release. We encourage you to update your sites to take advantage of the new privacy features. Privacy The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect on May 25. The GDPR requires companies and site owners to be transparent about how they collect, use, and share personal data. It also gives individuals more access and choice when it comes to how their own personal data is collected, used, and shared. It’s important to understand that while the GDPR is a European regulation, its requirements apply to all sites and online businesses that collect, store, and process personal data about EU residents no matter where the business is located. You can learn more about the GDPR from the European Commission’s Data Protection page. We’re committed to supporting site owners around the world in their work to comply with this important law. As part of that effort, we’ve added a number of new privacy features in this release. Comments Logged-out commenters will be given a choice on whether their name, email address, and website are saved in a cookie on their browser. Privacy Policy Page Site owners can now designate a privacy policy page. This page will be shown on your login and registration pages. You should manually add a link to your policy to every page on your website. If you have a footer menu, that’s a great place to include your privacy policy. In addition, we’ve created a guide that includes insights from WordPress and participating plugins on how they handle personal data. These insights can be copied and pasted into your site’s privacy policy to help you get started. If you maintain a plugin that collects data, we recommend including that information in WordPress’ privacy policy guide. Learn more in our Privacy section of the Plugin Handbook. Data Handling Data Export Site owners can export a ZIP file containing a user’s personal data, using data gathered by WordPress and participating plugins. Data Erasure Site owners can erase a user’s personal data, including data collected by participating plugins. Site owners have a new email-based method that they can use to confirm personal data requests. This request confirmation tool works for both export and erasure requests, and for both registered users and commenters. Maintenance 95 updates were made in WordPress 4.9.6. In addition to the above, particularly of note were: “Mine” has been added as a filter in the media library. When viewing a plugin in the admin, it will now tell you the minimum PHP version required. We’ve added new PHP polyfills for forwards-compatibility and proper variable validation. TinyMCE was updated to the latest version (4.7.11). This post has more information about all of the issues fixed in 4.9.6 if you’d like to learn more. Download WordPress 4.9.6 or venture over to Dashboard → Updates and click “Update Now.” Sites that support automatic background updates are already beginning to update automatically. Please note that if you’re currently on WordPress 4.9.3, you should manually update your site immediately. Thank you to everyone who contributed to WordPress 4.9.6: Aaron D. Campbell, Aaron Jorbin, abdullahramzan, Adam Silverstein, Alain Schlesser, allendav, Andrea Fercia, Andrea Middleton, Andrew Ozz, Ayesh Karunaratne, Birgir Erlendsson (birgire), bridgetwillard, Burlington Bytes, Chetan Prajapati, claudiu, Corey McKrill, Daniel Bachhuber, David Herrera, Dominik Schilling (ocean90), Ella Van Dorpe, Eric Daams, Fernando Claussen, Garrett Hyder, Gary Pendergast, Heather Burns, Helen Hou-Sandi, herregroen, Ian Dunn, ibelanger, imath, Jb Audras, Jeffrey Paul, Jeremy Felt, Jesper V Nielsen, JJJ, Joe McGill, John Blackbourn, Jonathan Desrosiers, Josepha, jrf, Kåre Mulvad Steffensen, Laken Hafner, laurelfulford, lbenicio, macbookandrew, Marius L. J., Mel Choyce, Michael Nelson, Mike Jolley, Pascal Casier, pbrocks, postphotos, Prashant Baldha, PressTigers, programmin, Robin Cornett, Sergey Biryukov, Stefano Lissa, Stephane Daury (stephdau), Subrata Sarkar, Tammie Lister, teddytime, thomasplevy, Timothy Jacobs, Tobias Zimpel, Tom J Nowell, Tor-Bjorn Fjellner, Towhidul Islam, voneff, William Earnhardt, and Xenos (xkon) Konstantinos. View the full article
  3. After 2 days with conferences it's time to go back to work. A bit cooler today as well, so life is good 🙂

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    kravhantering på riktigt

  5. Getting ready for a day with "Kravhantering på riktigt" with #konsultbolaget1

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    From Business to Buttoms 2018

    From Business to Buttons is Scandinavia’s premier User Experience and Service Design conference, held every year in Stockholm, Sweden. It is the meeting place for everyone who wants inspiration, and hands-on advice, on how to maximize business value by creating great user experiences.
  7. A bit tired and everything hurts from training ache. Life is good 🙂

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    Day 2 - Back training

    Day 2 felt a lot better and I did a focused 55 minute training session where I focused on my back. That felt familiar and all the old moves came back to me. Instead of feeling silly and walking around the gym like a ghost I had purpose again. I am still weak, but feeling the burn while doing low weights with control is pretty awesome anyway. Lat pulldown I built up with sixes until I did a three on 65kg which is actually ok. Tried out some face pulls and did rows with both narrow grip and bar to test some things. Over all it was a nice workout and I took a slight detour on my way back to pick up some groceries and a big package of toilet paper. It was actually a bit heavy to carry home for 3-4 kilometers and in total I did almost 11 kilometers walking in addition to my gym time. I now have a very impressive pain in some of my muscles that was expected. It's mostly the triceps that restrict movement, which happen every time I get started again. Back, lats and chest also is complaining loudly so I will rest now for a few days before hitting the gym again so my muscles can rest from this shock. Meanwhile I am checking times to see if I can go training early and of course looking into a workout plan. My focus areas are stomach, back and legs, which might sound strange, but they are my weak points. Since I have a funnel chest my stomach need extra attention because getting a flat stomach is almost impossible. I will slowly build up my strength for pullups and dips in the assistant machine for that and I will also do some workout to correct posture and things like that before I start to go heavy. The aim is still body weight in the big three: bench press, dead lift and Squats with bench press being the toughest one. It feels great being back in the gym and I look forward to the next session already!
  9. When you try to create some new icons with #fontawesome and the copy function give you the wrong icon.... #fail #anger

    https://fontawesome.com/icons/tasks?style=light

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    First training in 3 years

    2 weeks ago I returned to Fitness 24/7 after 3 years of no training at all basically. Or rather I bought the membership, like most people do, and then it took me almost 2 weeks to find the time to go pick up the card and scan my finger so I can actually train. Yesterday was my first actual training and it was painful. For a while now I have had this great walking ambition and with the exception of a few weeks where I could not work due to illness I have walked pretty much everyday. Working days it's just a few kilometers per day, but on the weekends I do almost 10 kilometers. So yesterday I took that same walk and also did my first visit to the gym in a long, long time. It hurt and I felt incredibly weak. Not surprising considering how long it has been since I last did any physical activity, but still it felt a bit sad. On my way home I thought about it and the fact that I could barely do 5 sets of 50kg in incline bench press. It even took me a few sets to find the hand positions again and it felt silly to not even remember how to bench press. Then I felt something inside me and it was that hunger that got me started a long time ago. Yes I am weak right now and it will cost time and energy to get back to where I were before we moved to Täby. It will be a struggle finding the time during work week, but I am ready for it. Weekends I know what comes my way and it feels good even if the gym is a bit small. I woke up this morning with training ache for the first time in a very long time. It was wonderful! I am now preparing myself for another 10k walk and then gym again. I will not do any heavy lifting for at least a few weeks, maybe even months. This so I do not damage myself before the body get used to the exercises again. I'll slowly claw my way back to the heavy lifting because I really, really need it again. I am back and it feels so good!
  11. Scrum and Kanban are two types of Agile development that is often mixed and confused. It is very common to see a Scrum Team having daily standups, which is a term used for Kanban and people using Kanban boards for their sprints, which is a Scrum feature. In this video you get the basic differences between these two very similar, yet fundamentally different, ways of working. If you want you can go and grab the cheat sheet from the authors website: https://www.developmentthatpays.com/cheatsheets/scrum-kanban
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    Fish on land ;)
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    World Usability Congress 2018

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    The WUC is Austria’s premier user experience design conference. Two days of conference presentations provide practical skills to take away, inspire you for your next projects, stretch your knowledge or show how someone has tackled a problem just like ones you’re facing. The WUC provides you with endless opportunities to network with fellow attendees and the world’s top thinkers and doers. https://worldusabilitycongress.com/
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    Building a documentation space

    Building a documentation space with SharePoint. Through Teams. No, I am not joking. I am actually doing this and it's not even a painful experience, quite the opposite! Teams from Microsoft is starting to popup in many organizations now and with it comes all of the other fun parts of Office 365. Including the creation of sites in SharePoint for each team you create in teams. Using Sharepoint for me has been pretty much a pain in the behind and I have hated SharePoint for many, many years. Not because it's a bad service, not at all. It's because people never use it right and I spend more time requesting access and finding out who owns what document than actually working with the damn documents. With Jira I want a common place to document the daily work processes, the technical setups and of course how to work with the system. I also want to keep people informed about what goes on in the world of Jira as well as bringing in the Yammer and teams discussions in one place. As it turns out this is very easy to do with Office 365 and it takes literally no time at all to do it. What I did was I created a new Teams. This automatically created a SharePoint site with a basic template. I then connected Yammer to Teams with a few clicks to bring in the Yammer conversations into my teams channel of choice. I also added a Yammer component to the SharePoint startpage. This not only bring in the lastest conversations, it also give me a posy function to yammer directly from my Sharepoint site. I rearranged the startpage a bit and added some components and posted some news and now I have a complete site in SharePoint that is completely integrated with Teams. Just to make it a bit easier to find I added the site also as a tab in Teams, so now I can just manage all of my activities through teams. SharePoint sites are pretty nice and since you already have connections throughout your office 365 experience it's actually super easy to setup an information hub that everyone in your team can access and work with. I am impressed Microsoft, very impressed.
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