It is interesting how the technology news industry works. Most of the time we see a lot of reprints of press releases, but recently we saw a ton of posts due to a single Twitter update. Kevin Rose dropped a rumor, and every major tech blog has covered it. Is Google Me for real? Is… Read More What Google Me Needs To Succeed
There are three parts to every project, starting, finishing and everything in between. Two parts of the process are very difficult to complete, starting and finishing. This is not a tutorial on project management, as much as it is a general guide for people involved in a project. For example, lots of people have ideas.… Read More Are You A Starter, A Finisher Or An Implementer?
Recently, I have been looking at various APIs again. Social media sites like Digg, Twitter, Facebook, etc, add new features to their API all the time. Working with these APIs is fairly easy, especially when you are using a library to do much of the work. Because of this, I have a feeling that we,… Read More Developers, We Still Need To Pay Attention To HTTP Responses
I meant to post this yesterday, but time was not available to really complete it properly. So, you now have an Apple iPhone 4 post that is a day late. The reality is that it really does not matter because the announcements were generally underwhelming. First, let me say that the iPhone 4 is a… Read More Apple Positioning Itself For Battle With Google
I try not to be overly critical about any one company and I also try not to be a fanboy either. So it goes with me and Apple. I love some of their devices as a consumer, but I am bothered by the whole application approval process as a software developer. It was with some… Read More Apple Is Building An Ecosystem
[UPDATE] The original survey can be found at this link at Electric Cloud. Electric Cloud, a leading provider of software production management solutions, completed a survey of software development professionals (developers, testers and managers). One of the major leads in the results was “the majority of software bugs are attributed to poor testing procedures or… Read More Survey Says: Developers Think Testing Is Failing