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Andrew Trice
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Write a lot of code and talk a lot.
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    Developer Advocate, 2014 - present
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    Developer Evangelist, 2014
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Passionate about mobile, apps, the web, and technology in general.
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  • James Madison University
    Computer Science, 1997 - 2001
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Blogged: #Apple   #WWDC  Recap for Mobile Devs
I'm sure you've already heard Apple's big announcements from Worldwide Developer Conference this week.  I was lucky enough to snag a ticket in Apple's lottery and got to check it all out in person....
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Serving Data in an Apple Watch App using IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation
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Blogged: Live video chat between #iOS  & #WebRTC  with #Twilio  & #IBM   #Watson  Cognitive Computing in Real Time. #Bluemix  
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Blogged: Powering Apple Watch Apps with #IBM   #MobileFirst  - Part 1: Connection, Analytics, & Remote Logging - #WatchKit  
This is the first entry in a multipart series on powering native iPhone and Apple Watch apps using the IBM MobileFirst Platform.  In this entry we will cover how to setup the MobileFirst Platform f...
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Blogged: Significant Advances in the Consumer Drone Market
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Blogged: Serving Data to the Apple Watch with IBM MobileFirst http://www.tricedesigns.com/2015/06/03/serving-data-to-the-apple-watch-with-ibm-mobilefirst/ 
This is the third entry in my series on powering Apple Watch apps using IBM MobileFirst.  In the first post I covered setting up the project, remote logging, and analytics. In the second post I cov...
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Blogged: Using Code Blocks Instead of Delegates with #IBM   #MobileFirst  Platform in Native iOS Apps 
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Blogged: Bidirectional Communication Between An #AppleWatch   Extension and the Host #iOS  App
In this entry we're going to focus on building Apple Watch apps that can communicate back and forth with the host application running on the iPhone.  This is extremely important since the Apple Wat...
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MobileFirst & Apple WatchKit - Part 1: Connection, Operational Analytics, and Remote Logging
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In the dynamic and ever-changing realm of mobile, context is critical to the success of your applications. Users may be at home sitting on the couch, or they could be on top of a mountain with very limited connectivity. There's no way to predict where someone will be when they're using your app, and as many of us painfully know already, there is never a case when you are always online on your mobile devices.  There are strategies you can employ...
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Blogged: Data Management for Apps that Work as Well Offline as They Do Online http://www.tricedesigns.com/2015/04/16/data-management-for-apps-that-work-as-well-offline-as-they-do-online/ #Cloudant   #Bluemix  #iOS
Earlier this week I had the privilege of speaking at ApacheCon in Austin, TX on the topic of data management for apps that work as well offline as they do online. This is an important topic for mobile apps, since, as we all painfully know already, there is never a case when you are always online ...
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