Category Archive for "Coding"

Sifting your User Research

So last we left you we were meeting with every meetup or conference organizer in the Metro-Nashville area. And then I emailed some in San Francisco for good measure. When…

Testing the Waters – A New Product Idea

So you know how we were trying to “magic” an amazing idea last month? We made lists. We read books. We drew on the white board a lot. We looked…

Let it go – Building a real MVP

In Startupland, the most valuable product is the Minimum Viable Product (MVP). Why? Because you didn’t blow your entire budget/savings getting there. People often come in and start throwing this…

Is Your App Idea Special?

Let’s be honest – app ideas are hard. The world is big and fast-moving and what’s hip today might flop tomorrow. Having what feels like a good app idea is…

A Brand New Android Studio – 3.0!

There are few events in life that give developers such bliss and excitement as when their favorite tools receive a healthy refresher. Earlier this week the kind and hard-working folks…

Adventures in ARKit

Recently, at WWDC, Apple announced their venture into the world of augmented reality. If you’re wondering what exactly augmented reality, or “AR” is, it’s similar to virtual reality but instead…

4H Pedometer Party

We recently partnered with the 4H Grow program and it’s coordinator, Andy Lantz to show their summer campers how mobile development works.  Andy informed us that the kids had been…

Native vs Hybrid Apps – Part II

We recapped the technical decisions of whether you should build natively or with a hybrid solution back in this post. But let’s be honest, native is “technically” always best.  The…

Becoming A Mobile Developer

Today there are a million ways to get started as a developer. From traditional routes like classes in high school and college to newer paths like coding bootcamps and self-taught…

Working with Us

How does this whole thing work? Head to Hand. Brain to Phone. Lightbulb to Lightning Cable? If you already have an idea of how building “apps” works then you’re most likely…

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