Google have made some great changes with the next version of Angular a.k.a. Angular 2.0.
Here are the 6 things you should know about Angular 2.0.
Over the years, I’ve talked about how I’ve wanted features shipped into production quicker. Now I’m going to talk about how you can ensure that the features that your devs ship are at a high quality. When the devs get to the exciting point when the code is done, they commit the code (in Git) or […]
I’ve come to really enjoy writing these end-of-year review posts. I find it’s not until I’m looking back that I realise just how huge a year it’s been, and how much we’ve achieved – and 2015 was no exception! This year SSW doubled our YouTube presence, we’ve kept working and upgrading to the best and […]
UPDATED: 14 December 2015 – An update added music controls and an inactivity monitor UPDATED #2: 16 December 2015 – Updated to reflect some feedback I received from Ali Alvi, product owner for the Microsoft Band 2 UPDATED #3: 20 January 2016 – After spending more time with the band, I’ve added a few more tips for […]
This month I went to a private girls school on the North Shore of Sydney called Loreto Kirribilli. We spoke to the entire year 7 class and the goal was to teach the girls to code. The girls were all about 12 or 13 years old, and although they used computers at school, most had […]
In August SSW released its first ever ebook, entitled “The Visual Studio 2015 (Anti-inflammatory) Check List”. We set out to create something that was unique, visually pleasing, and straight to the point, so you get the top 5 pieces of information quickly. From conception to delivery, it was a collaborative labour of love, and the […]
SSW’s Beijing office is gearing up for the mid-autumn festival. The mid-autumn festival is most famous for its dense savoury mooncakes, and is sometimes called the mooncake festival. The full moon is traditionally a symbol for reunion, tuanyuan, as yuan means round. Chinese people celebrate by coming together as families to eat, drink and be merry. The […]
UPDATE: This has been reposted on the FireBootCamp blog Today, I am proud to announce SSW has won the MAPA 2015 Microsoft Australia Partner Award for Excellence in Learning for FireBootCamp, our 9-week intensive training .NET boot camp. FireBootCamp was up against the very best learning institutions in Australia, such as New Horizons and DDLS. […]
Updated February 18 – a software update means I can now cross auto parking off my wish list Updated February 22 – added pothole protection to my wish list As a tech guy, Tesla’s electric car with an in-built computer is the sort of grown-up toy I’ve been dreaming of, so when I heard that Tesla was […]