Getting started as an Android developer can be a bit confusing. Unlike developing for iOS or Windows Phone, Android developers have lots of choices. We can choose our development o/s: Windows, Mac, or Linux. We can choose our IDE: Eclipse, Intellij, or the new Android Studio. We can even choose our device emulators: stick with […]Read more "Getting Started with Android Development in 2015 – Windows Version"
I like to do hackathons. That fact, strangely surprises some who know me. They think after coding more than 40 hours a week, the last thing I would want to do is more code outside of work. And they’re wrong. No only do I like it, I like it more. When I first began programming it […]Read more "Why Hackathons?"
The skeleton on Windows Phone 7, iOS, and Android Most modern IDEs include templates, a way to begin a new project without having to write all of the code from scratch. In order to speed up and standardize my jQuery Mobile development, I created a skeleton. The skeleton serves the same purpose as a template […]Read more "jQuery Mobile Skeleton App"
I was up to nearly 1 AM last night getting familiar with JetBrains’ WebStorm. My early opinion is simply wow! Since the beginning of the year I have been playing around with Node.js. Now, play time is over and I am trying to build real solutions with it. My current back-end of choice is Microsoft’s […]Read more "WebStorm Initial Review"