I’ve build an Arduino-based LC display which can be controlled by iPad’s using http/json calls. It has been used on a fare to collect donations – the sum of all donations has been displayed on the LC. Sometimes it’s nice to have some variations at work 🙂
Started to build an Arduino-controlled RC 🙂
Here are the results of the Lab Talk with the Lead of Development for iOS in Enterprise: Enterprise iCloud usage Currently not – but planned for a newer version. Currently Apple supports “BYOD” – bring your own device – which means the user needs to have an own Apple Account. Told him that Enterprises wants […]
Asked the questions around our Xcode 4 templates – found two interesting ones for just files – but for project template migration there is no way to do that automatically and even the documentation is still missing; Apple nows about that. So we need to have a look at the existing Templates and try to […]
Okay guys, we are completely knackered after a night without sleep!
Started to wait for the keynote – its 2:35 here. Torsten will join me in a few minutes.
Many guides are already written, but none of them covers my standard situation (which I think is very common): you are having a server git repo already, maybe on github you have a local clone of that repo already (git clone …) you need to setup you staging, production, whatever server right now I assume […]
Amazon RDS is a fantastic service for managed databases – a reliable solution which is hazzle-free and cluster-able. In the background of Amazon RDS is a MySQL 5.1 Instance on an arbitrary Linux system. MySQL has one beloved “feature”; it is case sensitive – but to make it consistent and helpful – only on *nix […]