Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-08-15

Native vs Web for Mobile - blog from @martintyler on Platformability - # RT @developerworks: 10 years of Web development - interesting look back through the #web #tech advances > ...Read More

Bye bye Wave, bye bye

Back in 2009 I was pretty excited about the potential surrounding Google Wave, so it’s a shame to hear that Google has pulled the plug on the Wave development project. Despite a small but dedicated “Save Google Wave” movement that ...Read More

Apple releases Safari 5 with HTML 5 WebSocket support

The iPhone 4 announcement obviously trumped this at WWDC 2010, but Apple have also released Safari 5. If you read about what's new you will see lots of HTML5 stuff, including WebSocket. But as I wrote about last week, which version ...Read More

Which version of HTML5 WebSocket?

I have blogged about Why we don't need HTML5 WebSocket previously - and to recap, it's not that we don't need it, it's not really that important until it is far more widespread and that is a very long way off. Anyway, Google ...Read More

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-05-30

Check out Platformability's latest by Caplin QA Manager @andrewjdarnell - Cost of Complexity is Not Linear: # RT @sarahlawfull:STOP!*really* find out the prob you're solving b4 u jump in with a solution-gr8 blog from ...Read More

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-05-23

Google going real real-time? latest blog by @martintyler #comet # RT @sarahlawfull:relaxing@ #spa2010 after delivering "Persona Driven Development" yest, thx 4 the positive feedback #UX ...Read More

Google going real real-time

There's a log of talk about the real-time web these days, but most of it is talking about stuff that isn't really real-time at all. Most of it just means when you access the data it is up to date, or in some ...Read More

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-05-16

RT @CaplinSystems: Online platforms displace telephone as primary FX trading channel - read more at Finextra: # RT @IncMagazine: Ask @timoreilly your questions live right now: or ask your ...Read More

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-05-09

Python-style optional and named parameters coming to C#: not groundbreaking but nice to have. # Big improvements to unit testing in Silverlight 4: rich results, run tagged tests only, runs out of browser. Nice! ...Read More

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-05-02

Platformability:Comet Servers for a Single-Dealer Platform by @martintyler: Choosing Comet server for an SDP? Read on. # Excellent post on our Platformability blog by @martintyler: Comet Servers for a Single-Dealer Platform (SDP): ...Read More