UX Design for Mobile Developers: Learn to Design a 5-Star Android App is an Udacity course about how to design your user experience for Android apps. The course page suggest 6 weeks with about 6 hours per week. Personally, I took the course in about 3 hours, but I mostly avoided using Prezi for the assignments. […]
Chaos Planning, by Sean D’Souza, covers ways to plan while considering the chaos that usually affects the best laid plans. The Premium version also includes Pronto Learning: Insiders Tips To Speed Up Your Learning . Both are quite short and to the point – it took me about an hour to read them while taking notes. […]
Building an App Business, by Derek Clark, is a short book (122 pages) which has as a lot of interesting advice for anyone that wants to start building apps for smartphones. Topics include validating the market, how to monetize your apps (paid, ads, in-app-purchases, etc), how to design your app, Well worth the price, recommended.
Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture Volume 1: A System of Patterns is an interesting book on patterns, with a few patterns not in the classic GoF book (Design Patterns). At times, it really felt a little outdated (would love to add more details, but I procrastinated this review since the beginning of the year, when I finished […]
Become a SuperLearner is a course on speed-reading and memory skills. I finished it several months ago, so I’m going to keep my review shorter than usual. The memory and reading skills that are thaught here seem all very useful, but you do have to spend time practicing them. When I read an article using […]
Developing Android Apps is a course by Google on Udacity that covers a lot of what you need to know to start developing for Android on Android Studio. I took the course several months ago, but procrastinated writing about till now (I really wanted to go through my review backlog before New Years). I did […]
The Pre-sell Course by Sean D’Souza is an interesting book, with plenty of useful advice in the art of Pre-Sell – how to slowly interest your potential customers in your product way before it is available, and get major sales from it. Sean is no doubt a master of the subject, as I have bought […]
C# 5.0 in a Nutshell: The Definitive Reference – by Joseph Albahari and Ben Albahari – cover most of the language specifics of C# 5.0, with plenty of chapters covering the new async, threading, etc. A lot of people seem to see this as more of a reference than a tutorial, but I didn’t know […]
The Critical Website Components Series, by Sean D’Souza, consists of 3 short e-books: The About Us Page—Why You Need To Throw Away Your Brown Paper This is an interesting view into the About Us page. Sean is clearly a big fan of personality in this page, as well as having a photo or photos here, […]
I have just released version 4.10 of STG FolderPrint Plus. Changes: You can get it at http://www.stgsys.com/fpp.asp, or just run the program, and use Menu Help, item Check for new version.