So as mentioned in a previous post I have been doing some python software work to integrate a client’s could application with intercom.io. The intercom REST interface is nicely designed and quite straightforward to use. Applications send events to their intercom account (with optional event data) when their users do interesting things, intercom can be […]
If for some insane reason you are looking for Visual Basic 3.0 (perhaps you need to read some very old VB software source code) then it can be downloaded from here: http://vetusware.com/download/Visual%20Basic%203.0/?id=3657 You will have to register on the vetusware.com site first which is straightforward enough. This is handy if you have some old VB3 […]
I have been writing a lot of Software Engineering Specifications of late – requirements and functional specs and the like. Microsoft Word has been just driving me mad, it is the most infuriating piece of software ever written and seems to only get worse as time goes on. I thought to myself, “Why am I […]
Today I am busy installing Windows XP (professional) and Visual Studio 6(!) onto a virtual machine, don’t ask…… I was sure I had seen the back of VB6….. .
I have been busy over the last few days integrating Intercom into a client’s cloud app. I have integrated quite a few SaaS systems of late (and written not a few REST interfaces myself) and I am quite enjoying this integration as the data model is good and the REST interface is reasonably easy to […]
Today I am working on the software integration of a client’s cloud app into Pipedrive. Pipedrive is a cloud based lead and sales tracking app, it exports a nicely designed REST API – but it can make make ones head spin at times! One rather annoying/amusing thing is that pipedrive seem to have taken it […]
Ridge Solutions was mentioned in a short article on the Greenhouse browser plugin in the Irish Times Yesterday: http://www.irishtimes.com/business/sectors/technology/greenhouse-effect-lets-us-voters-see-political-funding-1.1853040 The software’s the easy bit, I think that ‘Open Government’ has quite a ways to go in Ireland yet!
While wandering around the Fail Better exhibition at the Trinity Science Gallery I spotted the first hand-built Raspberry Pi prototype! Prototypes are great! This one sports an Atmel processor. Now I would love to see the protype software that ran on this early raspberry pi, anybody?!
Here is an interesting article detailing which software technologies will be hot in 2014 (in the author’s opinion). I have been especially interested in AngularJS of late, I hope to use it soon to great effect on an HTML5 UI for a smart camera. http://java.dzone.com/articles/dev-tech-will-be-hot-2014
News today the Facebook is buying WhatsApp for an obscene amount of money got me interested in which software technologies they use at the back-end, my interest was further increased due to a FB post from Microsoft BizSpark saying that WhatsApp is one of their start-ups, could they possibly use MS technology I wondered? Well […]