My first mobile Hackathon experience

On Saturday October 15th 2011 I attended the ATT Mobile App Hackathon held at the AOL headquarters in Dulles Virginia. It was quite a drive for me to get there, on top on waking up early on a Saturday morning but I figured it was worth it, I was already on a roll attending theContinue reading “My first mobile Hackathon experience”

The First Rule Of Development: Nothing will work as expected!

Allow me to be bold with this one, but today I ran again into another one of those environment set up issues that make you question your sanity. No need to get into the details, but ever since the beginning of my career, which has involved quite a bit of J2EE development, one of theContinue reading “The First Rule Of Development: Nothing will work as expected!”

Leverage your web developer skills for mobile development

In the world of mobile application development, you can either build applications the standard way, which means using Objective-C to write Apple iOs applications, or Java with the Android SDK for your Android applications etc etc, you get the point. But a new paradigm has appeared that is very appealing to web developers like meContinue reading “Leverage your web developer skills for mobile development”

Programming: “It pays the bills” vs “It satisfies me”

At this point in my career I find myself increasingly frustrated with my day to day work. You see, living in the DMV area (DC-MD-VA), a lot of the jobs available are in government contracting and as many will tell you, those are well paying jobs with a certain level of job security added. ForContinue reading “Programming: “It pays the bills” vs “It satisfies me””