I currently work on Android and mobile development at Shortcut AS. You can find my past and present code on Github. I occasionally blog and speak publicly. Some other stuff I currently spend time on includes:
GDG Oslo (2014-now)
I help organize the local Google Developer Group meetup, GDG Oslo. GDG Oslo is a non-profit community that hosts talks, workshops and hackathons related to Google-centric tech such as Android, Polymer, Dart, Go etc.
Web Rebels (2012-2015)
From its beginning I helped organize the annual Web Rebels conference, which is an intimate, non-profit community driven conference for everyone who loves developing applications and services using web technology.
For two years I was a core commiter on Gitorious, the open source git collaboration platform. I was also partner/co-owner at Gitorious AS, where we bootstrapped a profitable business around selling Gitorious hosting and services to enterprise customers.
Mine Verktøy (2011)
The Norwegian version of "The Setup". For about a year during 2011 I published weekly interviews with norwegian techies and creatives about which software and hardware tools they use. Currently dormant.
At the GDG Oslo meetup in late 2014 I gave an introduction to basic web service implementation in Go, including the current common frameworks, pros and cons of doing so.
How Stateless Can You Go? (2011)
I was invited to host a meetup of Oslo Coding Dojo. I created, presented and facilitated the group task for the evening.
Minesweeper Code Kata (2011)
I performed this programming exercise live in front of an audience at the GoOpen2011 conference in Oslo. It was very well received.
Ruby 101: A Ruby Primer (2010)
I taught an single-evening workshop on basic Ruby. The courseware (slides, exercises and solutions) is freely available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.
FizzBuzz Code Kata (2010)
Pomodoro: En eggeklokke fikk produktet mitt ut døra (2009)
Presented a lightning talk about the Pomodoro Technique at the Smidig2009 conference.