Microsoft leads most of the news due to the announcements at their conference. As reported by The Next Web, they announced that developers will be able to reuse their Android code to bring apps to Windows 10. Having a bridge between ecosystems should help drive the availability of apps. Also reported by The Next Web,… Read More Geek Reading April 30, 2015
Well, there was one really big story today, health insurer Anthem being hacked. A huge number of records with personal information. Definitely keep an eye on that story as it develops. Flowing Data gives us some more excellent data visualizations, one regarding the percentage female population in some other countries and one regarding the measles… Read More Geek Reading February 6, 2015
In almost every area of software development, technology changes continuously. How do you stay on top of new techniques and development tools? In many cases, people will read blog posts or articles about the new technologies and assume their decisions or results are the final word. However, all people make mistakes, so why do we… Read More Are You Experimenting With New Technology?
For many years, people have been concerned with how applications were structured. This concept became very popular with the client-server applications built with tools like PowerBuilder and Visual Basic. In the late 1990’s, there was a move towards 3-tier applications (client, middleware and server) as web development first started to take hold. As developers started… Read More Development Concerns Moving Away From The Controller