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The Krewe App Post-Mortem
Now that teched has come and gone, I thought I would use this opportunity to do a little post-mortem on The Krewe app. It is one thing to test the app at home. It is a completely different animal to see how it responds in the environment TechEd creates. At a future time, I will list all the things that I would like to change with the app. At this point, I will find some good way to get community feedback. I want to break all this down screen by screen. We'll start with the screen I got right. The ......

Posted On Friday, May 23, 2014 2:58 PM

Challenge Accepted
It appears my good buddies in The Krewe have created The Krewe Summer Blogging Challenge. The challenge is to write at least two blog posts a week for 12 weeks over the summer. Consider this challenge accepted. So, what can we expect coming up? I still have the Kinect v2 Alpha kit. Some of you may have seen me use it in talks. I need to make some major API changes in The Krewe WP8 App. Plus, I may have Xamarin on board to help with getting the app to the other platforms. I am determined to learn ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 20, 2014 9:35 PM

The Krewe App update notes
I recently published version 2.0 of The Krewe Windows Phone app. The app is meant to facilitate social interactions at conferences, primarily TechEd North America. Version 1 of the app, published for last year, was primarily meant as a consumption app. We provided a list of events, a view of a Twitter feed, and the ability to view where other users are located. The location view used a "checkin" mechanism, similar to FourSquare, where people could check into a location. The location would then display ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 6, 2014 1:18 PM

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