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The City of Calgary Needs Our Help!
November 15th, 2013 | Kevin Dubienski

The city of Calgary is now live with their new Open Data Catalogue and they need our help!  It doesn’t matter if you’re an avid user of this data, or just poking around for the first time, the city of Calgary would love your input to make this system meet public demands.  If you’re interested in making our city […]

Get your app idea developed for free by KinectAll
July 10th, 2013 | Kevin Dubienski

My work day ended and it was time for an IPA.  I walked down to the Newcastle pub (strutting and lurking reddit) to meet up with Matthew Ledray & Carlo Galasso Jr., founders of KinectAll.  At first glance, these two reminded me of myself.  Not in a crazy schizophrenic way, rather in a “we’re young entrepenuers aching […]

Robots & Pencils’ Super Mobile Conference 2013
May 8th, 2013 | Connor Turner

It goes without saying that our friends at Robots and Pencils have been one of the largest contributors to the growth and development of the Calgary iPhone community. Whether it’s the string of successful dev camps over the past few years or their highly saught after intensive iPhone Developer weekends, the team at Robots and […]

Charity App Challenge Kick Off Party – Please RSVP!
December 12th, 2012 | Kevin Dubienski

The Charity App Challenge is an initiative to show technology can be leveraged for social good – hack-a-thon style!  Space is limited however the organizers would love to see the developers of Calgary coming together to make this happen. Don’t be a grinch, roll up your sleeves, and get ready to give back! This year […]

Developer Interview: Jade Ohlhauser
November 28th, 2012 | Connor Turner

This was my first app to get significant rankings and my first to turn a profit. More important than the promotion is that Foam Roller Techniques is the best app for what it does and the users love it. Jade Ohlhauser is a part-time app developer located in Calgary. Over the past year and a […]

Making the MSNBC pinwheel
April 3rd, 2012 | Gavin Miller

The previous article I wrote about Creating a Keyboard Show Hide Button garnered a comment from Moosc asking for a couple of tutorials he’d like to see. Looking through the 4 screen shots that were linked, the MSNBC color wheel really caught my eye. From the screenshot I figured there were at least a couple […]

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