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bio website tonnymadsen.blogspot.com
location Copenhagen, Denmark
age 49
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I'm a software developer from Denmark with many years of experience in a number of software companies - primary in highly technical companies.

My primary interests are in system architecture and development of technical software. In recent years, I have concentrated on the various techniques and facilities provides in the Eclipse ecosystem such as plug-in development, MDD, RCP applications, etc.

I'm also the chairman of the Danish Eclipse Society, eclipse.dk, a meeting place for everybody with an interest in Eclipse and the connected tools and technologies.

Lastly, I'm an avid runner and you can often find me on some road or in some wood trying to do just a little better...

Professional Specialities:

  • System Architecture
  • Eclipse Plug-in and OSGi Bundle Development
  • Model Driven Development
  • Mentoring, Consultancy and Training
  • Test Driven Development
  • Many Eclipse Technologies - such as OSGi, RCP, SWT, RAP, EMF, ....
  • Java, C++, Python, Perl, ...
  • Testing
  • Development Tools
  • Telecommunication Technologies
  • Software Methodologies (SCRUM, RUP and XP)

Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
5
comment Does this wear pattern on shoes indicate there is something wrong with gait?
@JohnP I agree with you on this specific set of shoes, but as the same is seen if you track or run, it can still be relevant. Having said that, I agree this is on the very border...
Jun
5
comment Does this wear pattern on shoes indicate there is something wrong with gait?
@JohnP As long the the symptoms are the various sorts of pronation, I don't think we are too off topic... Or?
Jun
5
comment Is it better to engage or relax your “core” during long distance running?
Longer and/or higher strides are not considered the most effective running style today! It will probably give you a slightly faster pace, but it will come at a rather high price in efficiency as 1) all energy going into the added height is almost completely lost as you land as the energy in not translated into forward motion but is absorbed in the various muzzles in the legs and 2) the longer stride also means you land exclusively on the heal and that leaves a fair deal of energy in the ligament and can lead to "Plantar fasciitis".
Apr
12
revised What are Some Energy Boosters
formatting
Apr
12
suggested suggested edit on What are Some Energy Boosters
Apr
9
answered Breakfast on Morning of Race
Apr
3
comment How long does it take to heal shin splint?
Go see a doctor. A shin sprint usually takes a bit longer to develop than 5-6 runs, so it might be something else. Also most often - in my experience at least - you don't "feel" the hurt from the shin sprint during the run, but only after the run and at the very start of the run...
Mar
31
comment Alternatives to the plank
The problem is that the static press is on the exact ligaments that has been hurt. Thanks for the reference - I'll check it out soon.
Mar
31
reviewed Leave Open Working out consecutive days with longer resting periods
Mar
31
reviewed Leave Open How can I get toned without losing weight?
Mar
31
reviewed Close Is there a way to approximate the change in the metabolic rate caused by anaerobic exercise?
Mar
31
reviewed Close If I am at risk for health condition caused by overweight/obesity, what's the fastest way to cure myself (reduce weight/fat/etc)?
Mar
31
reviewed Leave Open Water dripping from nose after swimming
Mar
31
reviewed Leave Open How much fish oil should I take for sore knees
Mar
31
reviewed Close Activity Tracker and Elliptical
Mar
31
reviewed No Action Needed Gain Muscle Mass with Weight
Mar
31
asked Alternatives to the plank
Mar
21
answered Is there any reason I shouldn't run two days in a row as a beginner?
Mar
21
comment Length of sit vs. stand at adjustable desk?
Whenever I'm tired of sitting, I stand up and vice versa. It is often something like every 30 minutes or whenever I go for a new cup of coffee (ohh yes, I drink far too much coffee, but that is a different story)