development

Software Development Trends Your Company Should Be Following In 2016

Staying on top of the software industry means constantly evolving, and when it comes to software development, this evolution is fast-paced. As we draw closer to the midpoint of this year, it’s essential to remain cognizant of the popular software trends that have emerged in 2016 and implement those that apply to your … [Read more...]

Save the Date: Apple’s WWDC Will Take Place June 2-6, with Tickets Distributed via Lottery

Mark your calendars, folks; Apple has set the date for its next Worldwide Developers Conference. According to CNET, WWDC will take place June 2-6, 2014, at Moscone West in San Francisco. Developers or those who simply want to attend can sign up for tickets, which will be issued randomly. Those who are selected to go will … [Read more...]

Redesigned Treehouse Hopes to Create a New Army of Coders

Back in February, I looked at Codecademy as a way to learn programming. Codecademy does a nice job organizing its various lessons and projects into tracks, and at the time, I was impressed with the whole setup. After a couple of weeks, though, I fell off the learning wagon. The loosely-connected courses were often put … [Read more...]

The Story Behind the Original iPhone Development

Fast Company just published a truly fascinating article on the story behind the development of the original iPhone.  After having spoke with several former executives and engineers at Apple, they were able to paint a picture of what went into creating the iPhone.  It's pretty crazy.  I recommend you read the entire piece, … [Read more...]

Apple Developer Center Back Online, Developers Awarded One Free Month

The Apple Developer Center is back online as of early this morning.  We received an email at 3:04AM EST informing us that all of the services in the developer center have been restored and are fully functional.  This of course comes approximately three weeks after the developer center was compromised. We are pleased to let … [Read more...]

Artisan Lets App Makers Update Apps Without Having to Resubmit to App Store

What if I told you that there was a way you could push updates to your app or perform A/B testing without having to resubmit it to Apple's App Store or Google Play?  Chances are you would be very excited.  Well, good news.  There is now a way to do just that.  It's a new service called Artisan. Artisan lets you test … [Read more...]

Codecademy Won’t Make You A Rockstar Coder, But You’ll Learn A Lot

I have a small confession to make. When the Codecademy "Code Year" projected started at the beginning of 2012, I excitedly jumped on board. I had some experience with ASP back in high school, but aside from that and some HTML, I had very little knowledge in the area of programming. Code Year kicked off and I completed one … [Read more...]

Open Source: Constructive or Harmful to Competition?

When we look at the success of businesses and projects - both from the standpoint of those with interest in a business and the consumers that buy and use their products - competition is one of the most important components in any market.  Working in retail, competition is what forces me to offer my prospective customers … [Read more...]

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