Twitter Wrap Up for Week of November 11 through November 16
If you’re not following us on Twitter, here’s what you missed this week: Web and Software Development Mobile Development Versus Mobile Compatibility: Should Your App Mimic Your Website? The Overloaded Time […]
If you’re not following us on Twitter, here’s what you missed this week:
Web and Software Development
- Mobile Development Versus Mobile Compatibility: Should Your App Mimic Your Website?
- The Overloaded Time Table
- How to Forward an Exported Function to an Ordinal in Another DLL
- Ever wonder how you can get useful information of the jibberish on a BSOD?
- Are ‘best practices’ really standardized or documented, or are they just used to end a coding/development argument?
- Should be common knowledge to experienced devs, but: Getting rid of the generic error messages in IE.
Technology and the Computer Industry
- RT @marcykellar Woz: Microsoft might be more creative than Apple
- Our Mr. Grady has underestimated his influence. Windows phones now account for 33% of employee mobile devices here.
Project Management and Business Analysis
- Left Brain and Right Brain in Content Writing.
- The Challenges of Small Group Dynamics
- “Project Management Dominos.” Not to be confused with “Requirements Poker.”
- Your buzzword of the week: “Problem Density” — Sort of like “Story Points” or “Swim Lanes” but in three dimensions. http://dld.bz/bRXTq Kitchen Kanban, or WIP Limits, Pull, Slack and Bottlenecks Explained
- RT @raintoday 2 Ways to Talk Scared Prospects Off the Ledge and Continue with the Project
Marketing and Social Media
- Opportiunities grow in propotion to the size of your network. Here’s how you build an army of promoters
- RT @kimgarst How To Make Your Network Marketing Profits BOOM Using Social Media
- RT @jaybaer: 4 Ways to Thump Your Competition with Better Facebook Analysis (my new, free ebook. please download)
- RT @jeffbullas The Top 20 Threats To Social Media Marketing
Miscellaneous Items of Interest
- Check out or Facebook page to catch up on the “lighter” side of Galvin Tech
- Improving Client Relationships with an Easy CRM “Touch” Report