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    The Art of Readable Code - Key Ideas

    Here are a number of the “Key Ideas” I pulled from my reading of The Art of Readable Code by Dustin Boswell and Trevor Foucher.

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    Developer's Reading List

    Often people, students, and colleagues ask “where did you find that information”, or “where is a good place to start doing so and so.” To answer those questions, this page collects a variety of materials that have been useful to me over the years as reference, as learning materials, and to keep up to date with current practice.

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    Architalx Audio Portal Application

    An interactive audio controller app that mimics the 17-foot interactive tower as part of Architalx’s 25th anniversary exhibit, “Voices of Design: 25 Years of Architalx.” At the Portland Museum of Art from February 2nd through May 19th, 2013. In collaboration with Raphael DiLuzio and Matthias Oostrik. The iPad app controls the audio portals and allows visitors to listen to snippets of audio from past lectures on architecture by visiting architects.

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    Good Turn v1.0.1 Released

    This release brings compatibility with iOS 6. Specifically the maps integration and how turns are submitted to the Good Turn Web. Good turns are no longer identified by a phone’s UDID but instead a new privacy enhanced mechanism provided by Apple’s SDK.

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    The United States v1.0.1 Released

    An updated version of The United States iPad app was released today to fix few minor bugs. Version 1.0.2 is due out soon with additional bugs squashed.

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    The United States v1.0 Released

    My latest product, The United States for iPad hit the App Store just in time for Patriot’s Day (April 16th) 2012!

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    The United States

    The United States is an educational application designed to help K-5 students learn their United States geography. It was originally envisioned by my son after many interruptions from my daughter asking where a particular state was on the map. Developed by me over several months and play tested by my daughter. Now that all our family members are experts at identifying the states of the Union, it’s your turn.

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