Tag: Apple

We have some good news for CAST Highlight users who love Objective C. Your preferred code quality as a service platform has been updated to support your preferred coding language: Objective C, the language behind iOS -- which powers the iPhone and iPad -- and the Mac OS X operating systems.

The news enterprise Objective C developers have been waiting for

Marketers frequently discuss the benefits of market leadership – the ability to charge premium pricing, attract the best talent, retain customers – and the like. Today, there is a new metric: if you develop operating systems, applications and other kinds of software, if someone isn’t trying to hack your work, then you must not be a market leader.

The Dark Side of the Limelight

I keep asking the question over and over again in this blog – why won’t tech companies take the time and get it right before getting it out?

Marketing over Matter

Since his surprise resignation as CEO of Apple last week, there have been a plethora of tributes to Steve Jobs and I have enjoyed learning about this iconic figure from his colleagues, employees, journalists and consumers. However, while reading them, something struck me as odd. These tributes supported my personal view of Mr. Jobs as a hard-headed innovator and master designer but, reading through these testimonies and memories, I realized that innovation and design were the products of another characteristic: Quality.

Is Being Like Steve Jobs Easier Than We Think?

It was recently reported that within the next couple months the meteoric rise of Android Market is all but certain to overtake the iPhone App Store in terms of the number of applications offered. Taken on face value, this should come as little surprise to anyone.

Going Gaga over Google