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Apache Cordova

I’ve recently been playing around with Apache Cordova (formerly PhoneGap) and I love it.  It’s an incredibly easy way to get a mobile project up and running.  In my particular case, I care about having access to some basic phone

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Making an iOS HTML5/Javascript app with Geolocation Still Work in the Background

It’s great that HTML5/Javascript is an option for making apps on the iPhone and most every other mobile device today, but you quickly run into limitations if you want to do anything that uses the users current location information (for

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Product Management and Agile Development

I think many times the role of product management within the Agile/SCRUM process can be somewhat vague, but mostly ends up being the product or business owner role (or both) in the process.  Generally speaking, most product managers handle one

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Apache Streams (incubating)

I’ve been involved in a new Apache project (incubating) called Apache Streams.  It’s my first time working in the ASF.  A description of the project is below: Apache Streams is an effort undergoing incubation at The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) sponsored by

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