When you interview for a job, you have a limited amount of time to come across as an amazing worker with a charming, stellar personality. On top of that, you have to look like you’ll find into the company’s culture. With all that pressure, mistakes often happen.
Touch-screen devices are everywhere at TechEd, and outside of individual interaction with portable systems one use that is being promoted is as gigantic planning devices: whiteboard replacements with the added ability to easily drill into data. It’s a tempting vision, but how quickly will we buy into it?
iOS frustrates many users due to its many restrictions on app developers. In the beginning, Apple made the best apps for the iPhone, and this didn’t matter. Now, third-party developers create amazing software that can’t reach its full potential due to Apple’s walled garden. What if Apple stayed out of the iPhone altogether and relied on third-party developers for the core software?