Monthly Archives: September 2014

Our review of the iPhone 6

It appears Apple has done it again with its new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models. Sales through the first weekend of availability topped 10 million according to the tech giant. That record smashed Apple’s previous number of 9 million units when the iPhone 5s and 5c were released. To put it in even greater [...]

APIcon London

Tom was in London for API Con this week - a conference aimed both at app developers and public API providers. A quick show-of-hands at the conference opening indicated that the audience was fairly evenly split between the two categories. Andrew Seward of Esendex led an illuminating session on productising your API. He explained that [...]

Qualcomm Uplinq 2014

Richard, Jason and Rich were all at Uplinq. This was the first year that Qualcomm has taken its Developer Conference on the road from home town San Diego. The venue change certainly didn't appear to adversely effect attendance, with well over 1,000 registrations. The most striking theme of the conference was the focus on connected [...]

Developer Program Management Association Summit

Richard attended the inaugural meeting of the fledgling Developer Program Managers Association yesterday. The event was well attended and included representatives from Avaya, Cisco, Verizon, Macy's and Facebook. Amongst other aims to be shared soon, the Association intends to create a platform for professionals involved in developer program management to share best practise on subjects [...]

Native Summit, September 2014

Richard was at the Native Summit in London last week. The event was firmly aimed at native iOS, Android or Windows Phone developers. Little surprise then that the representatives speaking on behalf of each platform were all critical of the rising number of cross platform tools available to developers. Mike Lee even went as far as [...]