Your Computer Can Help Solve The World’s Greatest Questions

NASA Invites Artists to Visit James Webb Space Telescope by NASA Goddard Photo and Video is licensed under CC-BY 2.0 During the beginning of the pandemic, I was sitting at home and doing nothing. I felt helpless. I was not one to bake bread. However, I did want to do something, anything, to feel like … Continue reading Your Computer Can Help Solve The World’s Greatest Questions

Introducing SayWhat.Forms: A Simple Localization Framework for Xamarin.Forms

SayWhat.Forms on GitHub and NuGet After writing my guide on how to do dynamic localization, I realized how clunky it feels. There are other frameworks out there that you can use and bulkier patterns that could accomplish the same thing as I am doing here, but I felt there was a much simpler approach to … Continue reading Introducing SayWhat.Forms: A Simple Localization Framework for Xamarin.Forms

Dynamic Localization in Xamarin.Forms with Prism

Go to full example on GitHub It's a common practice to localize applications these days to help attract more users. Many implement localization based on the settings of the device, and generally speaking that is a fine practice as most mobile devices only have one user and will likely want to view all of their … Continue reading Dynamic Localization in Xamarin.Forms with Prism

Closing the Gap: Education & Industry

I was approached by a professor on LinkedIn one night. She asked me if I would be interested in giving a presentation to her mobile development class at Georgia State University. I gave it a night to think about it, and decided sure I would. How great. I have never heard of a college offering … Continue reading Closing the Gap: Education & Industry