I was thrilled to join Gus Emery (@n_f_e) and JJ Hammond (@jjhammondmusic) for a lively discussion of the past and future of Microsoft enterprise mobility on CodeCast Episode 12 of @STLTechTalk. These guys are doing great work in the developer
As the Earth continues to warm, our weather becomes increasingly unpredictable. While flash floods wreak havoc on some areas of the United States, many others are devastated by seemingly unending drought. Global warming brings with it a long list of serious
Presenting at TechEd 2014 in Houston, watch my session: “Empower your Demanding Mobile Line of Business Apps with SQLite and Offline Data Sync on Windows 8.1.” Most mobile apps require the ability to store data locally to deal with the
Join me in Houston next week at Microsoft TechEd 2014 to learn all about developing large-scale mobile enterprise solutions. My sessions include: WIN-B222: Wrap a Mobile API around Your Enterprise and
Data trapped inside the corporate network is about as useful as a phone without a data plan.
Data is the new oil, APIs are the new drills & devices are the new smart cars fueled by context and meaning.
For those of you who couldn’t make it to San Francisco, here’s my session on Wrapping a Mobile API around your Enterprise and taking Data Offline with NoSQL on Windows Phones and Tablets from //build/ 2014. Enterprise mobility is a top
Today we made the highly anticipated move to bring Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint to the Apple iPad. All three products can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store and used to view existing documents. Via an in-app
I spent some time with HTC’s flagship Android phone, the HTC One (M8), on launch day and I have to say I’m really impressed. The larger, 5 inch, 1080p screen and all-aluminum body is truly a sight to behold. The
Senior Analyst, Kevin Benedict discusses Microsoft mobility with Rob Tiffany on topics ranging from Windows Phone to Windows Intune. Rob