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Mobile Applications - Blog 01

As part of the Mobile Applications module we have be asked to design and develop a Mobile Application for UWIC Ice Cream Parlor. Over the process of this module I will be documenting and recording my project on this blog, showing my designs, implementations, testing, fails and successes. 177 more words

In it to Win it! 5 Reasons to Try and to Apply!

Want to give yourself an opportunity? (If you have an idea that could become a product, business or self-employment the deadline for flare 2015 has been extended to Friday 6 March.) However, even if you’re thinking of doing something else to forward your career, whether it is applying for graduate employment, placements or part-time work, it can be disheartening to look around and see so many others competing for the same opportunities. 639 more words


Beta Trial Lessons Learned

Needless to say, within a day after publishing Device Commander, feedback came back with a lot of good ideas and a few bug fixes.  Some might count that as “bad”, but we see this is “awesome!” because it means people care.   163 more words


An Open Letter to Those Beginning the College Application Process

When I was observing students today (Sophomores in high school a.k.a BABIES!) I overheard a few of them discussing the college acceptance process in a rather idealistic manner. 753 more words

Unit 6: Twitter

It wouldn’t be right for me to blog about technology and applications without mentioning my favorite app, Twitter.

I use Twitter for just about everything. I wake up in the morning and check my Twitter timeline like my parents check the newspaper. 423 more words


Mr. Turtle Approves: Mobile App Marketing

“Mr. Turtle Approves” will be a segment of this blog where I highlight articles, news-stories, and other notable content from other publishers. Heidi Cohen, President of Riverside Marketing Strategies has published an article discussing several ways mobile app developers can market their product. 687 more words


YSU applications up for fall semester

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Nearly twice as many students as usual have applied to enter Youngstown State University in the fall.

On Friday, high school students from all around the area were on campus to compete in the annual miniature bridge building competition.  328 more words