2013 was an amazing year, here’s a summary!

Posted by Filip Ekberg on January 1 2014 2 Comments

Another year has gone by and it’s the third yearly summary that I’m writing, hopefully not the last one! I began the previous one that I wrote in the end of 2012 by stating that “Saying that a lot happened in 2012 is probably an understatement.”, I’d like to start this summary similarly. However it […]

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2012 was an amazing year, here’s a summary!

Posted by Filip Ekberg on January 8 2013 1 Comment

Saying that a lot happened in 2012 is probably an understatement. At least both on this blog and in my personal life, a bunch of amazing things have happened. I really hope that your previous year was good and let’s hope for an even better 2013. To start this year off I want to summarize […]

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Self-publishing a book – Part 3 – Using a good typesetting system

Posted by Filip Ekberg on September 23 2012 8 Comments

This is the third part of the blog series “Self-publishing a book” if you haven’t already check out Part 1 & Part 2. Word was acting up, I spent too much time trying to work around it and less time on the content — this was not going to work. I decided to drop Word. […]

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Self-publishing a book – Part 2 – Back at Square One

Posted by Filip Ekberg on September 2 2012 7 Comments

This is the second part of the blog series “Self-publishing a book” if you haven’t already check out Part 1. I was back to square one, with only my raw material. But the hope was not gone, I now had a goal; I am going to publish a book — but how? What now? At […]

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Self-publishing a book – Part 1 – Where it all began

Posted by Filip Ekberg on August 27 2012 11 Comments

What’s this blog series going to be about? It might not have been clear to everyone that my book C# Smorgasbord was self-published. In short self-publish means that I did not have a publisher that backed me up when writing this book. But if I don’t have a publisher how do I get my book […]

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