For any product group or organization to be successful they must know where they are going and how they are going to get there. I’m not talking about the product backlog or the release schedule – I am talking about something more abstract than that. Within the DNA of any product group or organization there […]
Today I am proud to announce the first update to Icenium since our v1 launch a month and a half ago. As a cloud-based solution, we have always planned for a regular cadence of product and service updates – continuous delivery of value, if you will. This v1.1 release represents our first step toward establishing […]
Today is a day that my team and I have been looking forward to for a long time. Today I am happy to announce that Icenium, an Integrated Cloud Environment (ICE) for hybrid mobile app development, is now available to everyone! The Story Begins Back in July 2011, I left Microsoft and joined Telerik to […]
Over the past week, since we released the first beta of Icenium, I’ve been talking with lots of web and mobile web developers who are either starting to develop apps for mobile devices, or who are going to be starting soon. These folks, who are new to building apps that run on devices, have lots […]
Just the other day a colleague and I were having an interesting discussion. After a while we realized we were talking about the same things but we each used different vocabulary to describe the things we were referring to. I hate when that happens. I thought it would be useful to provide a common definition for […]
Registration for Telerik’s Q1 release webinar week is now open! Does this seem a bit early to you? If it does you are very observant, the release is coming out one month earlier than usual (we are shifting our releases based on your feedback…see, we really do listen). It’s time for all .NET Ninjas to […]
Here I am at the Starbucks in the Marriott Anaheim, which is connected to the Convention Center where Build will take place beginning tomorrow. Already people are milling about and I’ve seen a few friends and former colleagues (in fact, Dave Mendlen, my old boss, and the new CMO for DevExpress, gave me a ride from […]
Now that I no longer work at Microsoft, I have the opportunity to try new things. Today I begin a journey to see what life on the other side of the pendulum looks like. Today I begin my life as a non-Microsoft web developer. Don’t get me wrong, I still love Microsoft, but I want to see what life on the other side is like. Don’t worry Ballmer, this isn’t permanent. I’ll be back…after all, the company I work for makes its business building and selling tools, controls and extensions to Microsoft products.