Browsing has become second nature. My browser is the most viewed application on my laptop. I’ve switching from Firefox to Chrome about two years ago, and in the last year, I have found that a few Chrome extensions can make a real difference.Read More
I’ve been using an Android for the past 2-3 years. Now in a new job, I get a new phone. And it is going to be the corporate-standard. A Blackberry. Not my cup of tea.
What should I do then?
I am an avid reader of blogs. As such, I tend to collect a lot of them in a lot of areas of interest. When it comes to mobile VoIP, I’ve got my magnificent 7 – the list of 7 blogs I most rely on to get my thoughts going and my creativity to flow.Read More
Memory allocations is a religious topics for developers. If you do it and when to do it are highly individual issues. I think it needs to be looked at further – especially since I have a religious view of it as well.Read More
Hacking of e-commerce sites have been reported recently and made its waves here in the Israeli media. I think this is good for the Israeli sites, and there’s a lot to learn here if you are a developer or a site owner. Here are a few of the suggestions I can give you.Read More
Consumer electronics these days are shifting their focus. They now need to be connected and come with cloud services included. What does that mean to device manufacturers, application developers and the developers themselves?Read More
There’s an idea of having a 4-hours coding day for develpers. I can’t agree with it due to a number of reasons. That said, I do see merit in some of the concepts the author provides on his post.Read More
There’s this book I read a while ago and I think it changed my life. It is called The Flinch, by Julien Smith. It’s a great book that will make you stop flinching and start acting instead.
I do hope it will work for me…