I’m sure you’re aware of the explosion in popularity of iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad applications. Even if you don’t own one of these devices, you’ve probably seen one of Apple’s commercials showing how amazingly fun or useful all their apps are.
Businesses are getting into the app craze by the thousands. Not only are new companies being formed to build apps, but many existing companies are building their own apps, either as an additional revenue stream or just as a way to build their brand.
In fact, a lot of companies are starting to think of apps as the new website: every business should have one!
Here’s something to think about: who’s actually building all these apps?
There’s currently a huge disparity between supply and demand when it comes to iOS development. The iOS platform didn’t even exist 3 years ago, and suddenly there are tens of thousands of …
At 3:15 pm Monday through Friday I walk into my quiet 3rd grade classroom and do a quick visual sweep of the floor looking for that stray crayon under the desk or the scrap paper in the corner so that the custodian will be able to vacuum at the end of the day and I feel as though I helped him in some small way. What I no longer find on the floor of my classroom is the small pieces to the learning centers that I lovingly and tediously put together for many of my summers.
I no longer have to hut down which center folder, box or file that the missing piece belongs to, because without it the center would be incomplete. I have found a way out of this hunt and seek game for the right center. This teacher has discovered a new non-little piece way to incorporate …