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February, 2010 | akosma
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Senbei, a Fat Free CRM iPhone Client

I’m a happy user of Fat Free CRM by Michael Dvorkin. I’ve been using it since the start of akosma software to keep track of my projects, clients, prospects and even as a simple to-do list. It helps me as a “corporate memory”, tracking every interaction I have with my clients and partners (phone calls, […]

Mobile Marketing & Branding Seminar in Zürich – Save 15%!

Aberla is organizing a Mobile Marketing & Branding Seminar in Zürich, on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010, from 1300 to 1800, at the Renaissance Hotel, Thurgauerstrasse 101, Zurich. This event will feature presentations from world-class thought leaders, about the strategies required to succeed in the world of mobile applications – not only for the iPhone but […]

The Dawn of Couch Computing

I haven’t blogged about the iPad until now on purpose; I wanted to let the waters calm down, as January’s announcement was certainly one that left nobody indifferent. The iPad is a disruptive device. Not in the sense of groundbreaking, because there is nothing on the iPad that you couldn’t find in other devices. I […]

iPhone Dev Day in Geneva on April 28th

Those of you who have been following me for long might remember an article I wrote in my personal blog two years ago (in French, translated here): Why can’t we have conferences like this one, with mini events like this one in parallel in the French-speaking part of Switzerland? Or even like this one? Or […]

Skills Matter Presentation

Yesterday’s presentation in the Skills Matter meeting is available in Slideshare! Tips & Tricks for iPhone Application Development (London)View more presentations from Adrian Kosmaczewski. Update, 2010-02-05: The kind guys at Skills Matter have also published the video of the whole conference; check it out!