Lessons learned from the Feedly for Android beta 1 (via Building Feedly)

A fascinating insight into moving from iPhone to Android development, especially with regard to different users and UX expectations. And interesting talk of a cross-platform framework. We released on Wednesday the first beta of feedly for android – for both phones and 10" tablets. Here are some of the lessons we learned during the last … More Lessons learned from the Feedly for Android beta 1 (via Building Feedly)

I don’t know

As we start the new year, there’s something I’ve noticed amongst developers, particularly when talking to clients, that we need to watch out for. There can be a reluctance to say “I don’t know”, so I just want to say, to anyone reading this, sometimes it’s OK not to know. I don’t mean telling someone … More I don’t know

Commenting

This is a programming blog, but I hope you’ll forgive one meta post on New Year’s Day, especially as it came from a thought in last month’s BCS magazine. The Blogs most likely to get comments are the controversial, or plain Troll posts, where people comment to disagree. It is much harder to inspire someone … More Commenting

Develper Day Scotland

I’m attending Developer Day Scotland tomorrow. Not quite sure what to expect, but there’s plenty of .Net and SQL talks so hopefully should learn something. Blog back about what I’ve learnt after. If anyone else is going, give me a shout. Blogged with Flock Del.icio.us tags: programming, blog, development, scotland, .net, sql Blogged with the … More Develper Day Scotland

10 Tips For Creating Good Looking Diagrams Using Inkscape @ IONCANNON

I’ve just set up by WordPress blog in Flock, so I thought I’d test it by posting this nice article that’s been helping me design icons in Inkscape, and might be useful for other folks too. 10 Tips For Creating Good Looking Diagrams Using Inkscape @ IONCANNON Technorati tags: inkscape, flock, wordpress, blog, test Blogged … More 10 Tips For Creating Good Looking Diagrams Using Inkscape @ IONCANNON