Archive for the Category: Mobile

Tyler has released a new iOS app called Peg Grabbers

Some of you may remember my son, Tyler Lacroix, as a speaker at MQTC v2.0.1.3 for the ‘MQ Telemetry Transport Programming’ session. He is now in 2nd year engineering at the University of Western. I just realized that I never posted anything on Tyler’s latest iOS app. On October 3rd, 2015, Tyler released a new […]

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MQ Technical Conference v2.0.1.5

Capitalware would like to announce MQ Technical Conference v2.0.1.5 (MQTC). MQTC is an event that will educate attendees on current practices, methodologies, administration, problem determination, security best practices and technology trends for IBM MQ. MQTC will offer 70 technical sessions and 15 vendor sessions that are designed to enhance the skills of IT professionals who […]

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Capitalware’s MQ Technical Conference v2.0.1.4

Capitalware would like to announce MQ Technical Conference v2.0.1.4 (MQTC). MQTC is an event that will educate attendees on current practices, methodologies, administration, problem determination, security best practices and technology trends for IBM’s WebSphere MQ. MQTC will offer 70 sessions that are designed to enhance the skills of IT professionals who are using IBM’s WebSphere […]

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Capitalware’s MQ Technical Conference v2.0.1.3

Capitalware would like to announce a new 3-day MQ Technical Conference v2.0.1.3 (MQTC). MQTC is an event that will educate attendees on current practices, methodologies, administration, problem determination, security best practices and technology trends for IBM’s WebSphere MQ. MQTC will offer over 40 sessions that are designed to enhance the skills of IT professionals who […]

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Rogers internet was broken on Wednesday

Once again Rogers Communication totally screws its paying customers. Yahoo article: Rogers Internet back online after outage. Around 6:40PM on Wednesday, I started getting errors in FireFox and Eudora (email client) around domain name resolution. Usually, resetting the cable modem box fixes the issue but not last night. I checked the internet on my iPhone […]

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Open webOS 1.0 Released

Hewlett-Packard has just released Open webOS v1.0. http://blog.openwebosproject.org/post/32462950628/open-webos-1-0-edition Open webOS is the next generation of web-centric platforms built to run on a wide range of form factors. The Open webOS Project is a key part of the ecosystem of our company, along with the webOS cloud services product offerings and the Enyo Open Source Project. […]

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I hate my cell phone company

I hate my cell phone company! Yes, I know everyone says that but I REALLY hate my cell phone company. By the way, my cell phone company is Rogers Wireless. This blog is about programming and the products I develop for Capitalware, so complaining about my cell phone company is not one of those topics. […]

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Nokia and RIM – Who will be first?

Is it just me, or is Nokia and RIM in a race to be the first ones to be gone! You would think that each company has the Three Stooges running each company. Wouldn’t Helen Keller (if she were a live) do a better job understanding the mobile market and running either or both companies […]

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Nokia: going, going, …

Just when you thought Nokia couldn’t make any more mistakes, today they decided to dump Symbian and MeeGo and go with Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7. You have got to be kidding me! At first I thought it was a joke but it isn’t: http://www.infoworld.com/t/mobile-platforms/nokia-jumps-the-windows-phone-abyss-250 And the cherry on top: Nokia will not support Qt on […]

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Tyler releases version 2 of his Air Hockey app

My son, Tyler (who turned 16 in October), has released version 2 of his Air Hockey game. New features in version 2 are: Online Multiplayer support via the Game Center (free) Added 2 more Achievements The Air Hockey app is free. If you are into hockey and want a free “i” device app then please […]

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