Monthly Archives: January 2014

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Written on Jan, 27, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

[Cross-posted from blog.davemdavis.net] In my last post, Ubiquitous Computing–Breaking Down the Silos, I talk about how ubiquitous computing is starting to make its way into the world around us.  You may know ubiquitous computing as pervasive computing, ambient intelligence, Internet of Things, haptic computing, or everyware.  No matter what you call it, it is spreading like wildfire, and as developers …

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Written on Jan, 23, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

[Cross-posted from blog.davemdavis.net] During Build 2013, I attended a session on Ubiquitous Computing given by Bill Buxton.  This was one of the better sessions given at Build, which is saying something since there was not a single line of code shown.  I have gone back and watched that session a few times.  Recently I have been thinking about this session …

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Written on Jan, 22, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

Microsoft and the Modern Application I just read the Microsoft whitepaper on modern apps (you can find the whitepaper here).  I was particularly interested in doing so because BlueMetal has been investing a lot of time over the last several months more formally defining how we see the modern application.  Since the company’s inception, we have called ourselves “the modern …

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