Vet Your Agile Advisor with 5 Questions

Whether an internal hire or a hired gun, onboarding someone to advise you about Agile is a risky but important gamble. Not all Agile advisors are equal; there are good ones, bad ones, and some in-between ones.  How can you tell the difference? Just to be clear – Agile is the worldwide standard for software […]

Android vs. iOS from a Developer’s Perspective – Part 4

Testing and Debugging This is the fourth post of our five-part series on Android vs. iOS development from our microProduct Lead, Mark Oldytowski. You’ve made a great app, so now you just have to make sure it actually works on the majority of devices out there (don’t skimp out and only test your own device, […]

Android vs. iOS from a Developer’s Perspective – Part 3

UI Design Tools and Controls This is the third post of our five-part series on Android vs. iOS development from our microProduct Lead, Mark Oldytowski. WYSIWYG designers have come a long way in the past few years. Even in the early 2000s, they never quite worked as intended. Therefore, many developers, myself included, would ignore […]

Android vs. iOS from a Developer’s Perspective – Part 2

Language and Framework Features This is the second post of our five-part series on Android vs. iOS development from our microProduct Lead, Mark Oldytowski. Android vs. iOS, the debate that stirs the same emotions as the RedSox vs. the Yankees, Ali vs. Frazier, and South Park vs. Family Guy. Everyone has a side, and everyone […]

Android vs. iOS from a Developer’s Perspective – Part 1

Development Environment and Project Setup This is the first post of our five-part series on Android vs. iOS development from our microProduct Lead, Mark Oldytowski. Android vs. iOS, the debate that stirs the same emotions as the RedSox vs. the Yankees, Ali vs. Frazier, and South Park vs. Family Guy. Everyone has a side, and […]