Part III: Setting Up AWS CodeDeploy/CodePipeline to Automate the Deployment of a Node Web Service

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Part II: Setting Up AWS CodeDeploy/CodePipeline to Automate the Deployment of a Node Web Service

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Part I: Setting Up AWS CodeDeploy/CodePipeline to Automate the Deployment of a Node Web Service

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What is ASO & How to Use it to Increase Downloads of Your App

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What to Consider When Building a Streaming App

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The 10 Steps to Launching an App: A Marketing Guide

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Introducing SimpleKDS: A Kitchen Display System for Clover Point-of-Sale

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How to Automate Backups of MySQL and Postgres Databases to an Amazon S3 Bucket

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What Lower Store Fees from Apple and Google Mean for Business

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App Rundown: Rolling Stone

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The Evolution of Podcasts & The Possible Future

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Should I build a native app or a mobile optimized website?

When you hear of a ‘mobile app’, you are probably envisioning something that you download to your phone via a marketplace like iTunes and then run by tapping on the…

August 6, 2012
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The 10 Appster Commandments for Building Apps

Take it from me, building a mobile app is not easy. Even if you’ve built software before, building for mobility is much different than building for the desktop or web.…

August 6, 2012
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Deciding Your Mobile Strategy

My latest entry is a blog I just published on the General Assembly web site entitled “Deciding the Right Mobile Strategy“. In it, I go over some of the things…

June 29, 2012
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Bahndr: an iPhone app built on .NET

Bahndr is an iPhone app that we’ve been working on for the past few months. The concept behind Bahndr is simple, its a social game meant to capture those funny…

June 4, 2012
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What makes a great app?

This probably won’t come as a shock to anyone, but I spend a lot of time on my iPhone.  Every morning, soon after my eyes open, my hand reaches for…

May 7, 2012
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What’s in an app name?

Funny things happen when I tell someone the name of our latest app. Some furrow their brow in Dubya-esque confusion, others more subtly shift their weight and cluck their tongue, and once…

April 8, 2012
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The easy way to prototype your Windows 8 app idea

It’s no surprise to hear that technical talent is in short supply, especially here in New York City, and even more so in the solar-hot mobile space. However, what there…

April 7, 2012
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We all hate Lotus Notes

There's no shade of lipstick that can disguise this pig. The world may have its differences, but there's one truth: Lotus Notes sucks!

March 8, 2012
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Don’t Read TechCrunch

So you want to keep up to date technology news?  That’s great, here’s my number one tip: Don’t read TechCrunch.

March 6, 2012
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Juche: It’s what Kim Jong-un eats for dinner

Tonight, stomachs across North Korea rumble in mourning. It is not food that they cry out for, but rather it is for their beloved, and now deceased, leader Kim Jong…

December 20, 2011
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Kim Jong-un: Looking ahead to a brighter future for North Korea

Take one look at him, and you might think he is the world’s greatest warcraft player. Look beyond the chubby face, upside down binoculars, and you just might see Kim…

December 4, 2011
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Muammar Gaddafi: 112 ways to spell crazy

The Colonel is dead. No, not the chicken guy, but rather that crazy cat of Tripoli, the “King of Kings of Africa”, I am of course referring to  Colonel Muammar Gaddafi .…

October 20, 2011
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Forget Wall Street, Occupy K Street

Let me pay homage to the Gods of Understatement, there is something terribly wrong with this country. Lately, whenever I get down about my life, I can always find solace…

October 13, 2011
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Dear Standard & Poor’s, will the beatings ever stop?

“There’s an old saying in Tennessee – I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee – that says, fool me once, shame on – shame on you.  Fool me –…

August 8, 2011
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Why is this post office so big?

Real estate in Manhattan is not cheap. In fact, I might be as bold to suggest that Manhattan real estate is rather pricy. My apartment, which is a 500 sq…

June 28, 2011
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Alan Greenspan, I think you’re great!

It needs to be said, so I will say it: I like Alan Greenspan. He’s both a funny old man, and an avid bit coin miner (or so I presume)…

June 18, 2011
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Android to WCF: Streaming Multi Part Binary Images

I know I have been getting little twitches of wood just thinking about how awesome this post is going to be. But first: What the hell is multi-part messaging? (or…

May 30, 2011
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Whatever happened to that WS-Federation thing?

Well, yes of course there are plenty of things worse than a day spent in Buffalo. For one, I’d say waterboarding would probably be worse. Watching re-runs of Blossom would…

May 21, 2011
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Windows, I wish I knew how to quit you

This post is all about my temptress, seductress and nemesis. A glossy pearl that brings me so much joy, yet at the same time brings out the Ike Turner in…

May 3, 2011
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5 things that you can do while you wait for Android’s XML DOM parser to finish

In my time on Android, I’ve come to relish those precious many minutes that go by while the Android XML DOM parser chews on on the massive 5KB documents I…

May 1, 2011

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