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July 16, 2012  1:34 PM

Is Windows Phone App Development Worthwhile?



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
Android, app, Apple, application, cellular, client, communication, CTO, developer, developers, Google, iOS, iPad, smartphone, smartphones, Windows

Let's say you are (or want to be) a mobile app developer. Naturally, you'll want your apps to run on both Android and iOS, since these are the major players in the smartphone marketplace. But what about Windows Phones? For many years we've been in the habit of considering Windows the Big Dog of...

June 18, 2012  4:18 PM

Using Linux to Boost Your IT Career



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
certification, enterprise, knowledge, Linux, LinuxFest, mainframe, MCSE, OS, South East, sysadmin, Windows

That is the title of...


August 15, 2011  10:52 AM

Is It Time to Become an Android Developer?



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
Amazon, Android, app, Apple, application, developer, Google, iOS, Motorola, smartphone, Windows

Android phones may have overtaken Apple's iPhones in the marketplace. Then again, maybe they haven't. And to...


May 18, 2011  4:54 PM

Chrome Browser, I Love Thee. Let Me Count the Ways…



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
add-ons, browser, Chrome, cloud, crashing, fast, Google, Linux, love, Mac, preferences, Primus, speed, sync, tools, Weird Al, Windows

Before I start getting numerical on you, let me say that Google is not paying me to write this little article. I use their Chrome Web browser and like it. In fact, it is now the default browser on all three of my "main" computers -- for the five reasons I enumerate below:


March 29, 2011  2:53 PM

Can’t Find a Job You Like? Become a Self-Employed IT Consultant



Posted by: Robin "Roblimo" Miller
consultant, Florida, Ft. Myers, IT, Linux, network, self-employed, server, service, technician, Windows

Frank Sfalanga Jr. once worked at a job where, he says, he spent "18 months being ground into dust." He'd left a decent but unspectacular job at a records storage company to join a good friend who had moved to the dust-grinder company. Then the friend changed jobs again, and once again Frank...


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