I was recently interviewed to share my experience working on the development of one of the many mobile apps we’ve built for one of the largest furniture manufacturing companies in the world. It was an amazing experience working along side a very talented group of professionals. You can read the full article here http://www.cdh.com/resources-events/case-studies/furniture-manufacturer-implements-custom-app
Let me start this article with the following statement: User Experience is an absolute must-have in order to ensure a successful development lifecycle of a product. One of the most common problems that I’ve encountered when first analyzing an application is that it is often built up around what people think the customer wants, rather […]
I found this great, detailed article on all the possible solutions to bring back the Sharepoint 2010 breadcrumbs to Sharepoint 2013. Enjoy!
I finally decided to install Parallels in my MacBook Pro. I’ve started working on various .Net + MSSQL projects again so it only made sense to have these tools available in my Mac in addition of having it already setup in my Lenovo ThinkPad W541. During my MSSQL installation process in Windows 10 in Parallels, […]
I stumbled across this great 46-minute presentation by Aral Balkan. Prepare to listen to this piercing message to the traditional OTT and Cloud industries. Aral Balkan Keynote — “I, Simulation” from Open-Xchange on Vimeo.
After a very busy day at work today, I received an email from a friend letting me know I had been featured in MLive today for my participation on the #ILookLikeAnEngineer campaign here in Michigan. I grew up with parents who told me I could be anything I wanted to be. So I became an […]
Just like almost every morning, today I got up and got setup to continue working on a client’s website only to find that after doing my first $git pull of the day in order to update my local setup, I had pulled an uncompleted commit somebody else in my team had pushed a few days […]
The advantages of coding using a subversion repository is that you can always go back to an old commit. This comes in handy specially when you need to go back in order to correct an issue caused by a recent commit. A simple way of changing your setup back to an old commit is to […]
Troy Church recently published a very inspiring article on sketching entitled “Why I Sketch Every Day”. In a nutshell, sketching helps me see, think, and communicate more clearly. It facilitates dialogue with myself, and others. It produces wonderful records of the conversations for later. It adds emotion and context to my memory and fuels my […]