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Jason Ehle
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UX/Technical Architect, Development Manager and Scrum Master
UX/Technical Architect, Development Manager and Scrum Master

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Any devs out there have experience using MonkeyTalk / MonkeyFone?  Wondering how your experience was in implementing (painful? easy?).  The apps I'm looking at are hybrid (native/html5) and have already been developed.

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I hadnt given Surface much thought yet, so when my wife asked me to run to Staples with her to pick up some supplies I was looking forward to playing with one. Surely they would have one on display ... They did ... But perhaps that's a bad idea. No matter what form factor you give it - still Windows. I tried to repairit for them but to no avail
#surface #win8 
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Akamai's latest mobile market share numbers are in ...
Mobile Safari:  60.1%
Android Webkit:  23.1%
Mobile Explorer: 9.3%
Opera Mini: < 5%

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Loving the new-ish Google experiences.  Simplicity doesn't have to be boring.  Glad they have embraced this
In just over a year and a half, Google's almost completely turned around its design process, and started creating beautiful apps. Here's the inside story on the new Google way.

Redesigning Google: how Larry Page engineered a beautiful revolution 

http://bit.ly/WWTd5e
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Seeking advice - I'm looking to implement something like StackOverflow inhouse for our company, where devs can post questions specific to our internal platform, projects, etc and others can answer.  Ideally the solution will include some gamification aspects like reputation building, badges/achievements, etc.  I've come across a couple things that don't look very good/well supported.  I'll consider any solution type (Cloudbased, opensource, or otherwise commercial products).  Anyone have experience here?  We don't have time/resources to build it.

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the missing link to implement @thesecretweapon? I'm hoping ...  the tagging is currently the biggest barrier for me.  Anyone else out there using TSW and gmail?

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Straight to Amazon, its often where I go when I know what I want to buy, skipping Google search altogether.  Especially with Prime and the reward points I rack up using an AMZN credit card.  If I don't find what I want on AMZN, its off to google, but definitely second choice when I'm shopping and know what I want

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wow.  this sounds big ... how affordable though for the small guy?  i know flash is getting cheapER but still pricey.  I guess if you can save on machines though it pays for itself?  maybe?  someday?
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