Just out from the oven, the Windows 8 application for our Make Web Not War blog is now live on the Windows Store! Like I wrote in my blog post about MetroPress, the guys from IdeaNotion were working on a version for our site. They used the free Open Source template to create the application. There [...]
Trust me, it’s Christmas before time for developers. You don’t have to wait for the 25th to get some gifts, there is a lot for you, right now! As some of you will go on vacations soon, some others will have too many holidays parties, and some others will take that time to take their [...]
Are you an iOS developer? Did you think about porting your application to a new platform? Are you curious about the opportunities around Windows 8? Do you want to learn a new technology that you can add to your knowledge arsenal? I know, Objective-C is not the same as C#, HTML5 or even C++, but I [...]
Do you have your own WordPress site? Would you like to reach more people? Would you like to offer an integrated experience for people using Windows 8, and would like to read your latest blog posts? If you answer yes to these questions, I have a good news for you! Our friends at IdeaNotion created [...]
I have a good news for you, The Developer Movement is back! Remember last year, I told you about this awesome program that rewards you if you build applications? The second edition is better than ever… The Developer Movement So what is the Developer Movement? It’s a program for Canadian individuals, or individuals who own [...]
The Situation It is not unusual for me to talk to people about the Windows Store apps they are building. These meetings are one of the best parts of the job as a Technical Evangelist. I am usually asked to give my thoughts and opinions about their apps. The challenge is that many times I [...]
Back in 1987, I was just a shorty just trying to get mine. I threw a CD in the player (we did that back then) and Eric B. & Rakim laid out the beats on getting Paid in Full. At the time, that album was the benchmark of golden age hip hop. But it spoke [...]
When I first joined the Make Web Not War team, I was tasked with understanding and contributing to Open Government initiatives in Canada. This seemed like a relatively straightforward task at that time. I mean, we all know (don’t we?) that Open Government is the fundamental right that citizens have to publicly access government issued documents and information. [...]
Did you remember Atari games? I admit, I was too young when it was launched, but that doesn’t mean that I didn’t play a lot of these games. I have a good news for you, they are back! Starting today, you can now play your preferred games like Pong, or Asteroids in your browser (or [...]
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