Xamarin Evolve 2016
Xamarin Evolve was as usual a superb conference. It reinforced my experience of the superb Xamarin culture, allowed me to meet many like-minded developers, and reminded me that the customer relationship does not end with project delivery.
When Software Development Leads To Intensive Care
Sometimes software development takes you to unusual places - including intensive care.
Security - Technology can't save us from human nature
You can use as much techology as you like, but human nature can still make security measures useless.
Microsoft to acquire Xamarin
So it's official - Microsoft is to acquire Xamarin.
The future of enterprise mobility and device management – Thoughts from a mobile developer
BYOD still poses a number of questions: How can organisations minimise the associated risks? What are the latest technological developments that can enable optimum results? How robust is your device...
Augmented reality, drones - and daughters
At Microsec we’re developing proof of concept applications for the Vuzix M100 smart glasses – mainly in the hands-free warehouse picking and hygiene/traceability fields, but also with several concepts in...
Logging should not be an afterthought
With products going out to remote User Acceptance Testing this week, I’ve been reminded of one of my pet topics – making sure there’s enough logging in the application.