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Well, I figured out how to write an application for the Android platform and how to push it onto the market. And now I’m facing the problem that many developers found themselves facing when the Android ecosystem introduced support for multiple display capabilities on devices…. Read more »
I’ve been playing with writing an Android application, with the explicit intention of learning how apps work, get my teeth into Eclipse and Java and get some understanding of how the Android developer ecosystem works. It’s been a great journey so far, and the fruit… Read more »
Here’s an interesting read if you work in or with a team that’s responsible for building public facing systems. It’s a collection of the top 25 programming errors that have been responsible for most of the major security breeches and system outages over the last… Read more »
Hyder and I spent the weekend putting the finishing touches on our entry on the Sponsored Tweets API Challenge, a competition for developers and designers to make use of the Sponsored Tweets API. The competition aims at rewarding the best entry judged on Creativity User… Read more »
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. And if that’s the case, you can just imagine how great a video can be. And the great thing about the online world is that anyone has a choice of media they can use. You could… Read more »
If you’re a .Net developer here’s an event you mustn’t miss here on the Isle of Man. It’s a talk about the new language features of C# and here are the details: Mike has agreed to share is knowledge with us, and will be giving… Read more »
If you’ve tried personalising TweetRoll recently you’d have noticed that you can now change the captions on the widget. This came as a request from @rogier_florjin who wanted to come up with a localised version of the widget to match the language on his blog…. Read more »