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Month November 2009

Premier Chapitre Android Application

akosma software is proud to announce the availability of PremierChapitre for Android in the Android Market. PremierChapitre is the first Android application developed in partnership with Stephan Burlot of Coriolis Technologies. This application is a port of the iPhone application (developed by Stephan) of the French service Premier Chapitre. This service, as the name implies, [...]

WordPress

I am a big WordPress fan. And I do not suffer from the NIH syndrome. So when I had to build a site for my company, the choice of WordPress was a natural one. I’ve been using it for Open Kosmaczewski (my personal blog now) for over 3 years, and I must say that it [...]

iPhone Training in Zürich

Trifork AG and akosma software are organizing a one-day, 5-hour training in Zürich about iPhone development! The iPhone Course for Beginners takes you on a 5 hour trip, from creating your first Xcode project to submitting an application to the App Store. This training is targeted to web, J2EE and .NET developers looking to get [...]

That Mobile Programming Mess

Let’s be honest. 3 months ago I said that it wasn’t a good time to be an iPhone developer. Today, it looks like being one sucks every day a bit more. This article will dive into the alternatives, horrors, breakpoints, misconceptions, IDEs, sadness, hope, USB cables, and all those different factors that are shaping this [...]

Welcome to the new akosma software website!

A new template on our preferred blogging platform, a couple of tweaks here and there – one of the advantages of working on an open-source platform – and a thriving business landscape. Things are looking better than ever. After only a few months of operation, akosma sofware is already moving towards its objective: to become [...]

Mention on StackOverflow

Adrian Kosmaczewski explains an approach known to experienced Xcode developers. It’s the method I use and it “makes a place for everything and puts everything in its’ place”. Hope you find the article, linked below, what you’re looking for. Moreover, his blog is one of the best around. http://kosmaczewski.net/2009/07/28/code-organization-in-xcode-projects/ Comment by JT on question “technical [...]