Monthly Archives: June 2011

Software Design, Please Meet Stakeholders and Requirements

So much for not-posting on my vacation… But I couldn’t think of reaching such new areas. Although most of the credit goes to my wife who just happens to be practicing Information Management and/or Record Keeping professional. On the very … Continue reading

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All (The World Of) Difference – Linux Developer Ecosystem Equalizing to Microsoft’s

To summarize the progress from my last year’s vacation, when I finished the toolchain for abstractions along with other posts when I saw the potential of future, I wanted to write down the basic business summary of why abstractions will revolutionize the … Continue reading

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Android Development Trivialized (on Microsoft Ecosystem)

Finally we managed to release updated Mobile Development Trivialization, that we had demonstrated on static video only. The release is available as a video as well as full source code download through the usual CQRS material. This demonstration is a base for simplifying … Continue reading

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Google’s App Inventor With CQRS

Apparently Google already had App Inventor for Android available answering to our call for simplified “elementary school level” developer experience. We are currently integrating full-enterprise-grade CQRS back end that we introduced with Android and Windows Phone back-end support for simplified and eased end-developer … Continue reading

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Re-Evaluating iPhone Support

Last time when we encountered Apple developer community, we received warm interest. As there was nothing concrete to demonstrate, we had to finish something more to re-evaluate the community interest. As it appears that iPhone developers have nothing comparable to … Continue reading

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Android on Microsoft Ecosystem Demo Released!

This week’s release shows off the Microsoft ecosystem’s flexibility to support other platforms equally efficient (or actually currently Android has the edge, as we haven’t yet implemented alike mobile client trivialization for Windows Phone). Android client is autogenerated based on … Continue reading

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