Mobile App Development Boise

March 19, 2012 · Posted in goals, news, personal, work · 3 Comments 

Edit: We’ve moved into an even larger, less expensive office located at 507 1/2 W Hays St in Boise. I’ve updated the post below so there’s no confusion.

I’m proud to announce the opening of our office in downtown Boise for mobile app development. It’s located at 507 1/2 W Hays St. 512 W Idaho St between the Flying M and Java in downtown Boise. We’re also located right next to the web and software development company known as Nerdy Dragon and DTX Creative.

From this office, we’ll be creating iOS applications for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch as well as developing applications for Android phones and tablets. Stop by with your iOS device and we’ll give you free copies of some of our apps. We have created over 15 successful applications and would love to share them with you.

You can also stop by our new website dedicated to the education, development and consulting on mobile application development. We’re still creating our app portfolio, but if you’re here, you probably already know about some the mobile apps I’ve created (hint: see the right sidebar).

I also started teaching mobile application development class at Boise State University in order to create developers with the experience to create their own apps. Hopefully these students will go on to start and develop their own mobile apps and increase the mobile app industry in Boise and make Idaho an authority on mobile app development.

I’m super excited about the new office space, the new website and the future of mobile app development in Boise.

New Blog

January 20, 2007 · Posted in news, personal · Comment 

Since getting back from Hungary, I decided to create a new blog since the other one was so popular. This one won’t be updated as regularly, but will let people know what is going on with me, where I am, what photos I’ve taken lately, and other fun and interesting things I find along the way to share.

Right now I’m at Virginia Tech again for one more semester. I have my classes set up and are as follows:

* Computer Science 3304 Comparative Languages
* Computer Science 4204 Computer Graphics
* Computer Science 4104 Data and Algorithm Analysis
* Computer Science 3604 Professionalism in Computing
* Computer Science 4214 Simulation and Modeling

I’m a geek I know, but they are mostly all fun classes. It’s really nice not having any stupid math classes or any other classes that don’t interest me. Maybe I’ll even get on the Dean’s List this semester.

I got a new phone number so just make sure if you had the old one, to delete that.

Not much to mention otherwise. Europe was great and I had the time of my life but right now I have to finish up with school once and for all and get a real job. I did compile all of my photos (only the good ones) into a few albums for my and your enjoyment, so please enjoy