Archive for the ‘General’ Category
In our most recent Agile Enterprise JumpStart project, we built an application and collection of web services using the ASP.NET MVC Framework for one of our clients. Our decision and recommendation to use this particular technology was based on an early JumpStart Assessment that showed (contrary to the customer’s original beliefs) that the system requirements called for both a set of web services accessible from a Flash application running ActionScript, as well as an Administrative interface for the application’s relational data. The ASP.NET MVC framework, with its capability for serving up serialized JSON or XML data, as well as HTML views directly from a controller, was a perfect fit.
|2009 Outformations Book Project|
This slideshow catches the Outformations team and a few friends hard at work. Enjoy.
These pictures are part of a project I’m working on to make a small photo book of our adventures. I’m just waiting on some content and I hope to publish it soon. Watch here for an announcement. — Scott
Below is an example which shows the folks from GTDInbox using a service called UserVoice to collect feature request and feedback about there product. The interface is almost Twitter-like in that messages are all very short and the interface is extremely simple. It occurred to me that if you were to create a simple service for collecting this type of info you might be able to use it all over the place.