Catchy is a Business to Developer Lifecycle Program Management Agency. We are thought leaders and work with some of the world’s biggest and most cutting edge companies to help create, manage and grow their developer ecosystems including Developer Acquisition, Evangelist Networks, Incentive Programs and Developer Retention.
This role spans across… Read More
Last week, Microsoft hosted their annual Build developer conference and over the course of three days they made several announcements that are exciting news for both developers and the people who use their apps. They returned once again to San Francisco for this event, and with the Golden Gate Bridge… Read More
Catchy works with global players in the developer ecosystem space, including Amazon, Microsoft, and Qualcomm.
Our clients want to talk to new and exciting developers, on email and over the phone. To help them do this, we manage a bank of developers who are willing to share ideas, complete surveys,… Read More
Wouldn’t it be nice if your emoji actually looked like you? Up until just last week, if you wanted to add cute smiling faces (or frowny faces) to your mobile messages, you were limited to little characters who generally speaking only looked like a small portion of the world’s overall… Read More
We are delighted to host a special guest post from Mitch Colleran. Mitch is a Product Manager at Eventbrite where he focuses on building their extensions platform, Eventbrite Spectrum, and developer community.
In 2011, I started working on building an API program for Eventbrite. We were much much smaller… Read More
When it comes to rolling out new ideas and products, Amazon is simply crushing it. The pace of innovation, new product releases and updates coming from Amazon is blazing fast.
Last week they announced access to unlimited file and photo storage via the Amazon Cloud Drive service. According to Read More
“Genius is the ability to reduce the complicated to the simple”– C.W. Ceran
As one immerses into the world of developers, it is quite easy for things to get extremely complicated, very quickly. Working with technology does not mean the communication and tools surrounding need to be caught up in… Read More
Above: Terry Myerson, EVP Operating Systems at Microsoft during the WinHEC event.
There was a tremendous amount of news coming from Microsoft this week, much of it during their Windows Hardware Engineering Community (WinHEC) summit taking place in Shenzhen, China. Of all of the announcements that they… Read More
My first visit to GDC was an eye opening experience. Enthusiasm, smarts, hope and dedication was everywhere. So was the battle for mindshare. And for much of the crowd, that battle was fought in which game engine platform is best – Unity or Unreal. (Of course they were fighting for… Read More
Game Developer Conference 2015 proved to be a great week of meetings and entertainment for the Catchy team. Never a dull moment with the gaming community, here’s a snapshot of the hits for the week:
The VR landscape has intensified with the surprising major announcement week prior at MWC 2015 of… Read More
MWC in Barcelona last week was awash with Lego. Several booths from some of the biggest brands at the show used the plastic building bricks to illustrate use cases for the Internet of Things (IoT) or Internet of Everything if you’re Qualcomm or Cisco.
Build a Lego car, make it… Read More
I confess, I hadn’t intended to go to the Fujitsu speaker sessions at MWC yesterday. But by late on Day 2, I had a serious case of stand fatigue and the opportunity to sit quietly and listen to experts in their field talk passionately about their interests was too good… Read More
MWC is as thrilling as ever this year. The people, the gadgets, the stands are all as colourful and interesting as you would expect and hope.
A big theme through much of Hall 3 – the home of some of the biggest names in the industry including Microsoft, Qualcomm, Intel,… Read More
I was surfing the internet a few months ago when I noticed a trend. Everything I seemed to be reading about kept referencing the Internet of Things (IoT). I’ve obviously heard the term before, but like a lot of things- I don’t tend to pay much attention till it hits… Read More
Wearable technology is all new and seems very exciting. But do we really need it? Are they just unnecessary extras which are going to make us lazy?
The recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) displayed a huge variety of new technologies. These wearable products range from the practical to the bizarre.… Read More