Monthly Archives: June 2014

Google Glass Book – Technical Copy Editing

A few months ago I had the privilege of working as a technical copy editor for a colleague of mine, Mark Scheel.  His book Software Development for Google Glass  is now officially released, so I can finally share my thoughts … Continue reading

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GovDev Challenge Recap

I just got word that the Google Enterprise Blog just did a recap on the GovDev Challenge.  It’s a nice article, with a great video that captures the energy of the hackathon.  Check it out here:

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Swift and Compiler Magic

No matter what area you work in, I’ve always felt it is important to have a diverse knowledge of your domain.  So though I am primarily an Android Developer, I like to stay up to date on whats going on in iOS land.  I’ve … Continue reading

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Hack 4 Colorado

I just got done with another great weekend of hacking!  This time it was for Hack4CO, which is part of the National Day for Civic Hacking. I was part of team Peak Badger, which worked on a fun app that … Continue reading

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