Theme: Technical

Hunting Robots: Rapid creation of a mobile/iBeacon app

Realistically we shouldn't even have tried to build it. We had two months, including a holiday period to create ( from scratch ) an interactive mobile app game for a conference, using technology none of us had even seen before. We did it though! We designed, learned, prototyped, developed and submitted ... taking a raw concept to the iTunes and Play stores, and ultimately into the phones of our contestants - in less ...more »

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Theme: People

Data for good, software for a cause, side projects for growth.

It was a photo of a little girl riding a bike amongst the ruins of the Japanese Tsunami that moved me the most. Caught up in the emotion of their photos and stories, I offered to build an iPhone app for a non-profit, using their data to help tell their story. In reality, despite a career in web software, I knew little about mobile apps, cloud computing, or data for good causes. But I learned, and transformed because ...more »

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Theme: Technical

A perfect match: Agile principles and the 12 Factor App

Elegantly decoupled, scalable, and easy-to-deploy applications are the hallmarks of a '12 Factor App'. The 12 Factor App approach technically empowers corporations to deliver new features or content with speed and confidence. Big corporations, are mimicking startups by transforming their business in the 'cloud'. Not just with their technology, but with their whole team approaches - technical and non technical. This ...more »

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