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How to Build an App Like Romans Built a City: Part II

By Matt Michelson, UI/UX Designer | 8/25/16 11:45 AM
Don't miss my first blog in this series: How to Build an App Like Romans Built a City: Part I. In Part II, we'll explore how our metaphor follows along with the rest of the app design and development process - specifically Integrations, Security, QA, and Usability Testing.
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How to Build an App like Romans Built a City: Part I

By Matt Michelson, UI/UX Designer | 8/22/16 12:00 PM

During the course of visual research for an internal project, I discovered a simple, illustration-filled book: City: A Story of Roman Planning and Construction, by David Macaulay (1983). Digging into it, I found some surprising parallels between the development of Roman cities and our software development process.

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How The 2016 Olympics Goes For Gold With Technology

It’s long been a tradition that the Olympics showcase the newest and greatest technologies in broadcast, data gathering and data analytics. This year’s summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, holds true to the trend.

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stable|kernel Named One of Atlanta’s Top Mobile App Developers

Clutch, a company that identifies leading software and professional services firms that deliver results for their clients, recently named stable|kernel a leading app developer in Atlanta! We’re thrilled to receive this recognition and to be listed among other great companies in our area.

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Mobile Loyalty: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

By Erik Rahtjen | 8/11/16 12:00 PM

The mobile loyalty space has been one charged with fierce competition -- fueled by the increasing use of technology in our daily lives. During the late 2000s and early 2010s, we saw the advent of Belly, LevelUp, Groupon and a host of other smaller companies with similar objectives.

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Seamlessly Display Loading Indicators and RxJava

By Jason Atwood | 8/8/16 12:18 PM

Communicating between the UI and the service layer (database, web service, etc) asynchronously is common challenge for Android apps. One great way to address this issue is to use an Rx Observable:

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How Marketers Can Navigate the Mobile App Maze

Marketers are pretty savvy when it comes to new trends and technologies. But for some, mobile is a confusing, intimidating prospect filled with technical terminologies that most marketing majors never learned before entering the real world. Words like “martech” and “responsive” and “mobile-optimized” and “programmatic” are becoming pervasive terms. It’s a lot to take in, and knowing where to start can be difficult.

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Top 10 IoT Technologies Every Business Needs to Know

Don’t miss my previous posts, “An Introduction to the Internet of Things" and "Four Enterprise Opportunities with the Internet of Things."

How well do you know the Internet of Things? Many businesses see real value in embracing the Internet of Things, but are not likely to launch large-scale IoT projects in the next few years due to uncertainties surrounding the technology. As advancements in connected devices and equipment continue, your organization will look to its internal experts to lead it into the future. 

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Erlang and Nested Case Statements

By Joe Conway, CEO | 7/28/16 12:00 PM

Erlang is a fantastic programming language, but its flow is sometimes hard to think about if you spend a lot of time in the C family of languages.

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4 Enterprise Opportunities With the Internet of Things

Don’t miss my previous post, “An Introduction to the Internet of Things.”

It’s easy to forget about IoT’s huge implications for the workplace with so much talk about putting the consumer experience at the heart of IoT.

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