How to Create Your Own Project Management Tool

In a previous post, I talked about five critical mistakes you make but can avoid when planning a project. They are: Did Not Account for Server Setup and Deployment Strategy Did Not Foresee All Edge Cases Did Not Account for TDD/BDD Getting Stuck on a Bug A Feature Spawns Many Sub-Features Let’s Try to Avoid […]

The One Thing I Did to Increase Revenue for DevBase by 150%

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Warning: This is not a typical success story with big revenue numbers that you will say: That’s really nice! It is rather a personal lesson that I learned and plan to use to nudge myself to make bigger progress starting today. If you subscribe to my newsletter, you probably already know that I have a […]

Starting a Project the Right Way

Having worked on more than dozens of Ruby on Rails, iOS, and Mac development projects, I have come to realize the process of figuring out lists, tasks, stories for a project is always the same. Regardless of what project management tool you use and the size of your team, a typical project planning meeting or […]

A Step-by-Step Guide to Using iAd Workbench to Promote Your iOS Apps

iAd Workbench Email to Device

Apple’s WWDC 2013 keynote provides iOS and Mac developers a sneak preview of the next versions of iOS and OS X. While everyone is focused on the latest technologies for these operating systems, I believe the biggest feature of today is not announced in the keynote. The reason why so many of us develop apps […]

Why Apple Does Not Introduce New iOS Devices at WWDC 2013

At today’s WWDC 2013, Apple CEO Tim Cook mentioned they had sold 600 million iOS devices. 93% or 558 millions of those are using iOS 6. 6% or 36 millions of those are using iOS 5. Only 1% or 6 millions are using iOS 4 or below. From the WWDC 2013 keynote presentation and the […]