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Progress @ DEVintersection: Sessions, Product Showcases and Lots of Fun
October 02, 2017
Our Windows Phone Customers’ Apps that Rule the Marketplace
All eyes are on the upcoming new Windows Phone device by Nokia in September as well as the release of Windows Phone 8, since they’ll open up new horizons for Windows Phone developers and their apps. Meanwhile, we follow with excitement the success of our customers’ apps. Our Showcase Gallery has more than 200 featured apps, many of which take top positions on the marketplace. So we decided to show them off. Check out which apps built with Telerik Windows Phone UI controls rule the marketplace.
August 20, 2012
Google Rocking the London Startup Scene
While I was in London last week, Telerik’s UK Country Manager and I took some time to visit the Google Campus, a massive co-working and startup incubation space. There are six floors of co-working space where you can apply to be a resident if you are a startup based in London and an awesome cafeteria/coffee shop where anyone can come in for the day. On the top floor is Google’s offices. Even though Telerik has a London office, we registered online and spent a day working at the co-work space, mostly to get a feel for the co-work space and check out the scene. (Also, Telerik’s KendoUI was...
August 17, 2012
Beyond Agile Estimation Part II: Improving Your Metrics
Yesterday I blogged about using a spreadsheet in your Agile Estimation efforts. We left off after the first sprint and had an estimated time to completion of 15.14 weeks. Now let’s take a look at how this works after another sprint. The spreadsheet is the same, however, now we have data for sprint 2. Cell C2 represents the backlog size in story points after sprint 1. In this case if you remember from the blog post yesterday, our backlog is 106 story points. The team is going to commit to 8 story points worth of work (cell C3) and completes 8 (cell C4, told you the team gets better. ) This...
July 24, 2012
According to an Old Saying, “There is an App for Everything”
And the Telerik Windows Phone Showcase Gallery proves it right. We’ve just added 15 new customers’ apps using Telerik RadControls for Windows Phone. You are into swimming? FusionWare Swim Tracker will precisely monitor your progress. If you are feeling like partying with friends, Drinks is the correct choice for you. Providing a growing list of alcoholic drink recipes, it will turn you into a fun guru. Moreover, you can also create your own drinks and submit them to the database. The lie indicator, Pinocchio Lies or the excellent stock market monitor, Markets & Me are just a tiny bit of all the new apps featured on our...
July 23, 2012
Beyond Agile Estimation Part I: Measuring Key Data Points
During the recent conference season, I did a lot of presentations about Agile Estimation based on my Pluralsight course of the same name. At the end of the sessions I showed an Excel spreadsheet that shows how to take the concept of Agile Estimation one step further by measuring what actually happened and using that as part of your estimation. I am assuming that you know something about Agile Estimation, however, at BarCamp Hong Kong, I got a request to further explain this spreadsheet in a blog post. As promised, here it is. Let’s take a look at the spreadsheet after your first iteration (Sprint 1). Let’s assume...
July 23, 2012
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