I’ve been working on an app for the Pebble Watch: a compass and an altimeter for hiking, reading maps or other outdoor activities.
You will be able to download the app in the Pebble App Store (right now on BETA).
I also made the source available. You can find it on Github.
Aren’t you annoyed by the lack of a timer on the iPhone’s camera?
I am, so I developed one.
Along with Justyna Marczewska (awesome designer from Warsaw), we created a camera timer app with a simple interface and a great user experience.
It’s name is Timera (camera + timer) and it’s available for free in the App Store.
Go and get it!!
Next Wednesday (25th) I will be releasing my next app in the App Store. Stay tuned.
For this week I would like to recommend a podcast that I’ve been enjoying during this winter: This Developer’s Life.
It’s not an overly technical podcast discussing the headers of some C library or obscure specs of certain compiler on certain platform.
Rather than that, Rob Conery and Scott Hanselman — the hosts — explore all the interesting topics around ‘life as a developer’: education, taking criticism, fame, getting fired, etc.
Every show is accompanied by lots of interviews with awesome developers and a wonderful soundtrack used cleverly to round-up all the ideas of each show.
If you are the kind of developer that ‘asks lots of questions’ (you should be), enjoyed The Wonder Years or are simply prone to introspection, you are definitively gonna enjoy it.