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The original J2ME version has now six-digit download numbers and is particularly popular in India, Mexico and Argentina.
The android version let you swipe between the counting screen, a bar chart screen and a pie chat screen
Two lectures at Droidcon
Companies with mobile workers can optimize their business processes with mobile devices. At the conference droidcon 2014 in Berlin, I was able to listen to a practice report and a manufacturer lecture.
Android devices have been designed by Google as personal devices. So they offer a wide range of entertainment and social networking options. But we have very different requirements to support mobile workers. Continue Reading →
Coobeya is a network of experts for innovations.
Intel provides a software package to significantly speed up the Android emulator on processors with Hyper-V: the Intel® Hardware Eccelerated Execution Manager (HAXM).
Last Saturday I took part in the OpenMRS-CodeJam. OpenMRS is a web based system for the entry, management and evaluation of medical records. It is an open source system. The core is written in Java and uses Spring and Hibernate.
Special thanks to the team from ThoughtWorks for the organisation of the code jam.
There is an article about Ushahidi on the ACM-Website. Ushahidi is a remarkable system that was originally used for election monitoring in Kenya.
The system is used to collect, evaluate, visualize and map reports or eyewitness accounts. The central element is a web server. There are mobile apps for different devices, but information can also be gathered via SMS. The system is now being used in disaster relief, as well as “community” projects (in terms of regional communities). More information is available in the Ushahidi wiki and in this presentation by Heather Leson.