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I wrote a few months ago about looking at cloud options for IPBan Pro and the pricing differences vs. dedicated servers. I’ve gotten more serious about getting this going and have begun investigating Azure as a possible hybrid solution. After …

A Short Review of Azure Cloud From a Small Business Perspective Read More »

Keeping up with the latest advances in technology, new hardware, and user expectations in the market is a continuous challenge for developers that often requires significant time and specialized knowledge to tackle. Get ahead of tomorrow’s mobile development challenges today. …

6 solutions to future proof your mobile game optimization and operation Read More »

Today I updated You Doodle for iOS 13 and added dark and light mode support. For a legacy application with all objective-c code and no storyboards, swift ui or other “goodies”, I needed a way to use my existing theming …

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Recenty I have been looking at server hosting options for IPBan Pro. There are basically two options. AWS or VPS/Dedicated. The amount of CPU and storage I need very comfortably sits with 8 GB RAM and 2 TB of storage, …

To Cloud or Not to Cloud… Read More »

I recently began a migration off of Windows Server. I’ve used it for about 7 years now to host this website along with other websites and services for my business. I recently started researching .NET core and mono on Ubuntu …

Moving Away From Windows Server Read More »

Unity has started their May madness sale! Top assets are 50% off and for the next week or so they do a special 70% off sale on a top asset. This is a great chance to jumpstart your proto-typing, indie …

Unity May Madness Sale 2019 Read More »

Over the last 3-4 years You Doodle has dropped in downloads by about 50% annually. This is despite my best efforts to do SEO and update the app at least once a month. It is frustrating that apps that have …

You Doodle Update 2019 Read More »

Over five years ago I wrote “Solving the iOS app store search problem” about solving the iOS app store search problem. It’s not really any better now than it was then. In fact, it is worse. I’ve been publishing apps …

iOS App Store Search is Still Broken Read More »

It’s 2018. We’ve had since the very early 1980s to write email server software. You’d think we would have it nailed down, super easy and have a few top choices that just worked out of the box on Windows and …

The Sorry State of SMTP Server Software Read More »

Greetings traveler! It’s been quite a while since I posted a You Doodle update. With iOS 10 and 11, Apple made many changes to the app store and app store search algorithms. The big apps that can spend tons of …

You Doodle Update 2018 Read More »