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Hackdays: GotClocked

Product Owner Edition GotClocked.com is more than just a snarky name that Milk tried to take a swig at with its “got Milk” campaign. Actual truth may vary.   Twice a year, Vokal sets aside two “Hack Days” for our team…
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Looking Into Data Structures in Swift

- Ellen Shapiro I’ve written up a couple pieces surrounding performance and usefulness of various collection data structures in Swift. The first is a tutorial at RayWenderlich.com going into detail about how each type of collection data structure is used, and…
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The Importance of Paging

Good choices about data paging are an important part of design and development. Sometimes we need to get lists of data from the server, and sometimes these lists can be really long. Breaking lists up into smaller, discreet ‘pages” can reduce…
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VOKAL Hack Days: Sales Process Punch Up

Mobile agencies face a major challenge when it comes to creating an effective business development / sales process that optimizes for both win-rate and customer acquisition cost in our nascent industry. Choose any handful of agencies to compare, and you…
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VOKAL Biannual Hack Days 2014

VOKAL kicked off a new biannual project, Hack Days: a time dedicated to exploration, creation and innovation. On September 18 and 19, VOKALites from all factions, design, development and management secluded themselves behind the wall of the VOKAL tower. Some teamed…

Software Quality

Quality clearly has a cost that is incurred through additional expenditures to create and maintain tests and to perform QA. But, a lack of quality has often greater, and potentially unknown costs associated. The developer community needs to hold itself…
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Millennial Myths

Todd Rovak at Fahrenheit 212 says we need to stop trying to cram “Millennials” into a one-size-fits-all mold that is somehow different from previous generations when we look at them as customers or users of our products. “The first big…

Software is a process

It can be difficult for clients who are new to software to understand what we do, and especially how we do it, or why we do it the way we do it. While iOS developer Jesse Squires recently posted specifically…
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