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JumpDuck Lessons

JumpDuck Lessons

Over the past month or so I have been seriously working on JumpDuck. I thought that I would document my lessons learnt (which are obvious but need to be remembered when working on projects). I have kept on a tradition from Softwire which is weekly status emails. But working alone this means I needed to find someone else. Fortunately my friend Justine Solomons (used to be the head of Sales for Softwire) has just started her own company and is…

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App update

App update

So over the past few months I have been working at Northern and Shell publishing group designing iPhone apps. They don’t have a technical team there so I have been working alone on small projects and have released an app and am very close to releasing another this week. I wanted to share the link of the free app I made, which is a small game of memory that took me about 2 week to get the main functionality there…

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MagicSolver

MagicSolver

Oliver Lamming and Emanuel Carraud were at Cambridge as CompScis and Business students respectively. They started up (with a third ComputerScientist who is now at Google) a year ago with a SuDoku application for the iPhone which allows you to take a picture of a sudoku from a paper and it will do some clever ocr stuff and alignment and image processing etc… and automatically solve it for you! http://www.magicsolver.com/ I was looking to work with them over the summer…

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iPhone development

iPhone development

So I am starting to do some iPhone development and would like to share some links for a project that I am working on. http://adamcohenrose.blogspot.com/2009/11/apple-iphone-tech-talk-london-2009_3888.html http://www.iphonedevsdk.com/forum/iphone-sdk-development/40710-gamekit-api.html http://developer.apple.com/iphone/library/codinghowtos/AudioAndVideo/index.html#STREAMING http://www.devx.com/wireless/Article/43502 I have also been looking at the Stanford iPhone app development lecture series on the iTunes U store which are proving very interesting.