Monthly Archives: October 2011
The last day of SenchaCon was a hackathon, where everyone that stuck around (probably over 100 people) grouped together and hacked away to see who could make the coolest one-day project. There were a LOT of great apps, and several came away with cash and prizes (all of it very well earned!). Not featured in […]
Most Sencha Touch applicaions are small, single-purpose mobile apps. Those aren’t the ones I’m talking about. Over the past 9 months, I’ve worked on a Sencha Touch app with a team of 15 people. It’s for a major, world-famous client. It contains tens of thousands of lines of code. It could be the biggest Sencha […]
We had a great time.
This post is part of the Classics Week(s) feature, which will run for three weeks while I’m off overseas. This week’s post was the first to be published after the switch to regular, weekly updates. Here it is again, better than ever! 2009 was an exciting year for the web browser crowd: Google released Chrome. […]
This post is part of the Classics Week(s) feature, which will run for three weeks while I’m off overseas. Like last week’s resurrection, this is an old favourite of mine, updated for your reading pleasure. One of my favourite things about New Year’s Eve is making resolutions. You know, those promises to ourselves that we […]