Chief Architect's Log
Software Architecture in Java/.Net and Mobile technologies
Viewing entries from Chris Hardin
I've been an architect for Java, .NET and a mobile developer for Android and iOS. I love technology, gadgets and software.
Perhaps the hottest buzzword today is Cloud. Cloud computing, specifically. There are a lot of different types of Clouds. Before you assume what someone means when referencing the Cloud, read this.
Tags: Cloud, PaaS, SaaS
The flexibility, ease of use, scalability and versatility of Mongo are good reasons to give it a chance.
Tags: Cloud, NOSQL, MongoDB, Mongo
There’s been lot of hubbub related to mobile security over the past year and how to accomplish it. It's the BYOD (bring your own device) issue that's a big concern.
Tags: Android, Apple, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Software, Security, Mobile
There are more gotchas in software than in professional politics, unfortunately. Some are a lot more serious than others and some are downright unforgivable. I've found the lynchpin for mobile development to be, not in the app itself, but in the supporting services.
Tags: REST, Web Services, Development, Apple, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Software
Mobile app design presents some familiar challenges and some that are new. A good blend of discipline and tools can help.
Tags: Chris Hardin, User Stories, Design, Software, Development, Mobile, iPad, iPhone, Agile