This month I’ve started blogging for a second company, Data Scout. Their articles are more marketing and data-product focused than the mobile application development articles I write for Wooza (who have themselves become ‘Rare Breed Digital’).
My imaginings of how mobiles can be developed to aid human health.
Purchasing several apps for different stages of a problem is like eating a five course meal at five different restaurants.
The foundation stone of a series of articles for Data Scout exploring the best web resources on Data management.
How trusting relationships can sometimes lead to adoption…
How small companies like Data Scout are taking on established played like Microsoft – and winning!
Wooza ruminate on the business model: Freemium.
Sneaky showing of The River in my professional work along with a review of the ‘agency’ model.
I explain how Fuzzy Logic works, why it’s useful and how it helps Salesforce.com data cleansing.
Would someone please tell RIM they’re better off gone?
Saleforce.com data integration meets Roman aqueducts.
How the weather in the UK is surprisingly like what is happening in the tech industry.
The importance of getting products right first time. And then not ruining it. I’m looking at you Dark Souls Prepare to Die edition.
Fast cars and data management (unfortunately the murderous ice-cream van owners didn’t make it into the final cut).
Ill, so very ill. And blinded. Blinded by my own reflection in the iPad3.
A short, snappy article about why you should consider automating manual activity in a salesforce.com