After a long hard day, it looks like I am all restored now. I was waiting to get some time on my hand to switch servers. My time with the AWS has been bittersweet. Thanks for the sweet deal I was able to keep my website up for free for a good time (10 months?). Although… Continue reading Backend Stability, Security, Switching servers and more….
This article was published on Microsoft and was quickly taken down. I thought you guys might like it. At Connect(); in November, Microsoft is launching a preview of Visual Studio for Mac. This is an exciting development, evolving the mobile-centric Xamarin Studio IDE into a true mobile-first, cloud-first development tool for .NET and C#, and… Continue reading Visual Studio for Mac – Introducing Visual Studio for Mac
Have you ever had a reference book that you HAD to keep near you? This list of must-have books are required reading and should always be within your reach. Everyone at one time or another reached for that specific book to find out how that one design pattern works or just needed it as a refresher… Continue reading Top 10 Books Every .NET Developer Should Own
So I have been meaning to write this up about using rro vs cm’s theme engine so let’s provide some back history and then explain how both systems work. Overlays have been supported in android for a very long time. Actually all the device trees in the android source code works by overlays (now know… Continue reading A call to the community to use RRO instead of CM’s theme manager
Apps for mobile devices, like tablets and smartphones replace more and more the traditional desktops and notebooks for internet-based services. For a solid number of apps in the various App Stores it is nearly every time mandatory for the users to authenticate against the App (for using the services the App provides). This often… Continue reading Why passwords should not be stored on a mobile device