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Agile TFS

Jan 7, 2017

Intro Given a choice I would probably use Jira for any and all Scrum projects... More

Godfrey Nolan
.net

Drones: From Maps to Apps

Nov 14, 2016

Over the past few months there has been an explosion of new drone announcements. DJI... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Mocking in Swift with Cuckoo

Oct 25, 2016

Swift is different from other languages. The same rules do not apply. Other languages can... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Tableau 10 and Quickbooks Online

Sep 23, 2016

Tableau 10 has some great new features. Cross Database joins and Cluster Analysis has probably... More

Godfrey Nolan
Big data

Swift GUI Testing with XCUI

Jul 26, 2016

iOS apps fail for a number of reasons other than simple logic errors that we... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Bankjoy Mobile Watch App

Jun 7, 2016

Every quarter we at RIIS choose three apps that we add to our Research queue.... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Test Driven Development With .Net

Jun 2, 2016

Anyone who has done software development for any appreciable amount of time has run across... More

Onorio Catenacci
.net

SonarQube, Jenkins and Swift

May 25, 2016

Continuous Integration (CI) systems really come into their own when working on larger projects with... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Swift Unit Testing in Xcode

Apr 21, 2016

In this blog, we’re going to look at creating a simple app to show how... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Swift Unit Testing on Ubuntu

Apr 4, 2016

Swift was announced at the WWDC in 2014 and late last year the code was... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Android Obfuscation Tools Comparison

Mar 7, 2016

As you may or may not know, Android apps can be decompiled back into something... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Meet Spring Batch

Feb 29, 2016

A happy man working upon batches of bread, not unlike a powerful computer processing a... More

Jeff Drost
Big data

No embarrassment language learning with Chatbots

Feb 17, 2016

When RIIS was just two guys and a laptop, we mostly worked on call center... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Using RxAndroid to Simplify Background Processing

Feb 12, 2016

On Android, an application must perform all non-UI computations on a background thread. In fact,... More

Tom Halliley
Mobile

Maintaining someone else's Android code

Nov 6, 2015

It’s rare during your development career to have the luxury of being able to start... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Android Mocking

Oct 19, 2015

One of the major goals whether it’s on the Android platform or not is to... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Espresso Testing on Android

Sep 22, 2015

Android apps fail for a number of reasons other than simple logic errors. At its... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Hamcrest, JaCoCo, Mockito and Jenkins for Android

Sep 16, 2015

JUnit on its own may be all you need but there are a number of... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Android Unit Testing

Aug 20, 2015

Before Android Studio incorporated JUnit4, Google’s implementation was an odd mix of standard and Android... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Agile testing on Android

Aug 13, 2015

Agile development has been problematic for Android developers. For a while now there have been... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

API Key Preferences

Apr 20, 2015

Most Android apps that do any real work operate in a client - server architecture... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile

Where is the best place to store a password in your Android app

Apr 1, 2015

Typically Android security issues fall into a couple of major categories, these are firstly, personal... More

Godfrey Nolan
Mobile