DreamLab – Solve cancer while you sleep

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Now more than ever, we have the power to change humanity with technology, and today we are helping cure cancer. Over the last 5 years cancer has taken away many people close to me, and

b2cloud are a BRW Fast 100 winner

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It’s honouring to receive recognition for b2cloud as one of the 100 fastest growing companies in Australia in the BRW Fast 100. October has proven to be a highly rewarding month for our team, after

2015 App Design Award Winners!

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Another great win for the b2cloud team, being recognised by the App Design Awards for our incredible work with Catch of the Day owned Yumtable. The industry awarded b2cloud 2 Silver awards for the Best

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b2cloud wins Mobile Design Awards 2014

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We are thrilled to announce that b2cloud has won the Mobile Design Award for Best Wearable Technology for our work with Telstra. The award recognises our innovative work using Google Glass to help empower the visually

Why We Love Sketch & Why You Should Too

Design | Guides | Thoughts By 2 weeks ago

New design software comes out all the time, unfortunately, most of them trying to compete with adobe fail. Sketch however, is one of the few exceptions to this rule. Our design team are passionate learners who

    Why a ‘code retreat’ in Bali is bullshit

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    A Facebook group I just saw shared has infuriated me. I won’t name the company but it would be more aptly named “The Institute of Unrealistic Expectations.” Their premise is to take your money and

    Stop Using MoSCoW on Your Agile Projects

    Thoughts By 6 months ago

    The majority of my career as an agile practitioner I’ve seen project managers guide their product owners down the wrong path using MoSCoW to organise the product backlog. Sadly, I have also guided product owners

    The Right Tool: Scrumwise vs Jira

    Thoughts By 7 months ago

    David vs Goliath If you’re a self-proclaimed agile aficionado you know this is a David vs Goliath comparison. Maybe you’ve never heard of Scrumwise but you’ve likely heard of Jira and its reputation for being

    Write JNI wrappers for Android

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    Following are the steps that you need to follow in order to make things working – 1. Setting up the NDK on my machine 2. Learn how to write JNI wrappers 3. Learn C++ briefly so

    Why the VR industry needs Google Cardboard

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    In 2012 Oculus VR began the unthinkable task of resurrecting virtual reality (VR) when it released it’s Oculus Rift dev kit. In the next 12 months Sony and Valve will jump on the bandwagon and release consumer

    Should startups invest in patents?

    News | Thoughts By 1 year ago

    Toyota recently announced it would allow competitors to use their new fuel cell technology – patent free. This follows a similar move by electric car manufacturer Tesla, when CEO Elon Musk announced last June that

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    The microphone jack on the PS4 controller plays sound from headphones when plugged in, and plays sound from the TV if unplugged. I found that if you have it plugged in half way, it plays

    Udacity Android Tutorial

    Thoughts | Tutorial By 1 year ago

    Couple of months ago I published a blog about my experience of moving from Java to Android. This is a follow up blog of the first part. Finally I finished the Udacilty Android tutorial series.

    Static utility classes

    Thoughts By 1 year ago

    A lot of iOS programmers seem to be using utility classes with a whole bunch of static helper methods. To be honest long ago I did this myself. I believe that this “static utility class”