“It’s the most wonderful time of the year…” or not. Depending on whether you have sorted out Christmas gifts for your friends and family. The worst thing is if you then spend money getting them some oh-so-amazing gift only to find out that they have re-gifted it to a random person faster than you can think. The horror. For commuters and book lovers like me, … Continue reading Christmas Gift Ideas
In a previous post, I talked about the advantages of enabling Apple Pay in your App (especially if you are a retailer). I also differentiated between Apple Pay within apps and in-app purchases. To recap, the benefits of implementing Apple Pay within apps as a payment option are: Ease of use as there is no requirement to fill in Credit/Debit card and contact information Security … Continue reading Apple Pay – Technical Requirements
For the past couple of years, I have been driving the delivery of Software, eCommerce, Collaboration, Hosting, Mobile Apps and Website Projects. My current career description is a long winded one: IT Management Consultant. Frankly, I like to think of myself as Miss Fix it/ Problem Solver of all things DigiTech. Currently, I am working on a mobile app redesign piece of work. This is … Continue reading Is Apple Pay for Apps worth the hype?
Originally posted on ThePseudoGeek:
I’ve often wondered what it would be like to be part of a hackathon. The closest thing I had to relate it with was meetings. I don’t like meetings much. I think they are a huge scam. But that’s a post for another day. Back to hackathons. A little while back, Oo asked if I’d be interested in something awesome (cos… Continue reading Technology Meets Health