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Archive for December, 2011

Blending tablet PC experience with the real world – new fronteers for the development

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 12/28/2011

Happy Holydays!

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Limited choice of good-enough features will take you a long way

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 12/22/2011

I’ve finally got a perfect explanation why the iPhone users are much happier than the Android users and, over time, their devotion drastically grows.
According to this provocative research of Dan Gilbert (TED2004: Dan Gilbert asks, Why are we happy?), the synthetic happiness can be cultivated. It’s becoming prominent when a person gets a limited choice and it’s becoming even more so over time.
I think the solid implementation of the good-enough features in the iPhone has an increasing effect of the synthetic happiness.

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AppFabric Service Bus Queues and Topics presentation (for Boston Azure User Group)

Posted by Igor Moochnick on 12/20/2011

Recently we’ve delivered a presentation to the Boston Azure User Group on how perfectly the cloud technologies are aligned for development for the Mobile Apps and clients. My coworkers from Blue Metal Architects delivered great content about integrating iOS (featured iPhone and iPad) and Windows Phone with the cloud. I’ve covered the use of the AppFabric Service Bus Queues and Topics – these technologies are perfect for communications for partially connected clients (like mobile ones).

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