Monthly Archives: October 2012

Quantum of smartphone

There a new James Bond movie in the air – Skyfall.  I’ve been a bit of a JB fan since childhood and pulled down Quantum of Solace via Sky Anytime+ last night (which, by the way, has all JB films … Continue reading

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Exciting times for Sage ERPs and CRMs through #SData and the GCRM Contract

It has been several years now since the Sage RESTful web service protocol was developed.  I was part of the team that originally developed SData and was responsible for ensuring the commercial value of this new technology. Fast forward to 2012 and … Continue reading

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#SData plug-in for Visual Studio now updated for Visual Studio 2012

The SData plug-in for the Visual Studio IDE that makes working with SData feeds easier for developers has been upgraded to support Visual Studio 2012.  The latest version can be downloaded from the Downloads page on SData public website here.  … Continue reading

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3D User Experience

Not many people know this but I trained as a mechanical engineer earlier in life and one of the skills I picked up was how to use CAD.  Recently I was using Auto CAD to do some plans for a house … Continue reading

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