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Chris Ward (Chris Chinchilla)
Works at Gregarious Mammal
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Lives in Berlin
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Latest on the +SitePoint  #mobile   channel,  "Understanding the Mobile User" http://bit.ly/1Q9tjaD #ux  
Richa Jain looks at how understanding mobile users and the way they access the internet has presented new opportunities and challenges to designers.
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Creating a Barcode reader with #ios   #mobileapps  
Jordan Morgan looks at using the inbuilt iOS frameworks to create a barcode reader in your applications.
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Your tips for eating healthily whilst on the road? Especially short trips. #leantravel #travel #startups
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An introduction to #watchkit  development for #ios  developers.
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Apparently today in Germany is a Public Holiday for men to get drunk. I am going to a Tech event instead :/ #opentechsummit  
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An Introduction to #android   #accessibility   Features via +SitePoint  #a11y  
Donald Dragoti demonstrates how to use some of Android's accessibility features to make your apps usable by everyone.
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Latest in #chipshopbg   development, creating prototype cards and clearing products http://bit.ly/1ce4lt8 #boardgames   #opensource  
Several updates in this post as I've grabbed a little time to spare here and there to add new cards and wanted to start creating some physical version of the game to start play-testing. But first... Clearances for products I have always wanted to use real products, personalities and events in the game and this has meant getting legal clearance to do so, or at least attempting to. So far, this has been met with success and the following products h...
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Hmm not quite google. #Ubuntu #tizen
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Marvel comics has an API. Freakin' Awesome. http://bit.ly/1JMBpUx
The Marvel developer portal gives Marvel fans, partners and other technologists access to an array of powerful APIs, documentation, and other tools to interact with Marvel's systems.
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Fantastic time at #oscal2015   with +Crate.IO  the best organisers, great talks, amazing community. Off the beaten track always best.
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Getting ready to head to #nyc   for #TCDisrupt  hope to meet some of you there :)
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Have him in circles
237 people
Grace Ronke Adegoke's profile photo
Natalie Collard's profile photo
elliott bledsoe's profile photo
p woods's profile photo
Matt McDougall's profile photo
Judy Cox's profile photo
Jim Gervaise Brazier's profile photo
Andrew Fisher's profile photo
Michael Priest's profile photo
Communities
18 communities
Education
  • colfes
    1992 - 1998
  • University of Westminster
    Multimedia Computing Bsc, 2001 - 2004
  • Middlesex University
    Foundation in Computing, 2000 - 2001
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Ward, Chinchilla
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Developer, Writer, Designer
Introduction

I am a Developer Advocate for crate.io a scalable database solution for Docker. I am also mobile Editor for SitePoint.com. In my spare time I am working on an open source work of fiction and a board game.

Bragging rights
University Graduate, Run my own businesses and occasionally a little bit indie-famous
Work
Occupation
Developer, Designer, Writer
Skills
Drupal,CRM,CMS,Design,Writing
Employment
  • Gregarious Mammal
    CoFounder, present
  • The Monthly
    Drupal developer, 2014
  • Moat Media
    Projects coordinator, 2013
  • Green Renters Inc
    Operations & Cmmunications, 2013
Places
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Currently
Berlin
Previously
Leipzig, Germany - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - London, United Kingdom - Berlin
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Creating a Barcode and Metadata Reader in iOS
www.sitepoint.com

Jordan Morgan looks at using the inbuilt iOS frameworks to create a barcode reader in your applications.

An Introduction to Watchkit for iOS Developers
www.sitepoint.com

Brett Romero introduces current iOS developers to how to develop for Apple's WatchKit.

Marvel Developer Portal - Interactive Documentation
developer.marvel.com

The Marvel developer portal gives Marvel fans, partners and other technologists access to an array of powerful APIs, documentation, and othe

Why React Native is Different
jlongster.com

xYou can control where this site is rendered (on the client or the server). Check the box below and reload. You can view the source to see t

An Introduction to Android Accessibility Features
www.sitepoint.com

Donald Dragoti demonstrates how to use some of Android's accessibility features to make your apps usable by everyone.

Building a Simple REST API for Mobile Applications
www.sitepoint.com

Mark Wong shows us how to create a simple REST API using Python to feed data to an iOS application.

The TI-99/4A Home Computer Page
99er.net

A site dedicated to the classic 1980's home computer, the TI-99/4A. FAQ, links, AVI's, emulators, screen saver and theme, history, equipment

Hello Sailfish, an Introduction to Developing for SailfishOS
www.sitepoint.com

After Jolla won the last Mobile World Congress best tablet awards, interest in their operating system SailfishOS has rocketed. Sailfish is a

Creating a Bucket List with the Ionic Framework and Firebase
www.sitepoint.com

Jay Ray looks at using the IONIC Framework to create a Bucket List application perfect for mobile usage.

Doctor, Can You Prescribe Me An App?
www.sitepoint.com

Abder-Rahman Ali reports on the UK's NHS issuing guidance for medical practitioners in prescribing Apps to patients and what this means for

Hatch 2015
hatch.io

You're invited to enter Hatch, Twitter's first startup competition. The world's been waiting for what you're working on - don't miss out on

Integrating Touch ID Into Your iOS App
www.sitepoint.com

Jordan Morgan shows how to integrate Touch ID into your iOS apps, allowing for a new range of authentication methods and options.

Chrome Hijacking Your Media Keys? Here’s The Simple Fix
www.omgchrome.com

We often hear from agitated users having issues with their keyboard media keys not working in desktop apps when the Chrome browser is runnin

PHP vs. Node.js: An epic battle for developer mind share | InfoWorld
www.infoworld.com

Here's how the old guard and upstart darling of the server-side Web stack up against each other

Do You Need an API?
www.sitepoint.com

Do you need an API? What even is an API? Chris Ward walks us through the answers to help you in your decision of whether to head down the AP

Pushing Push - Have Notifications Come of Age?
www.sitepoint.com

Recent Developments in Android and iOS have increased the potential of Push Notifications. Dave Albert explores the possibilities.

Galaxy Trucker
market.android.com

Galaxy Truckers Wanted! =================================================================(5/5) "Galaxy Trucker isn’t merely the best board g

Ten Facts about the Great Video Game Crash of '83 - IGN
www.ign.com

Everyone knows about the Crash of '83, ET and the dump-trucks in the desert. But what are the facts?

Answers Against Humanity
market.android.com

Need an answer to a question? Let Cards Against Humanity help via our app.This is an incredibly simple and dumb, but probably fun app that w

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