June 2013 Entries

Some quick thoughts about Raygun.io

Raygun.io has been on my personal radar of technology to check out since seeing their shiny t-shirts at a conference last year (they do kind of stand out, in a good way). So I grabbed a trial account to take a look, figuring I’d write about what I found. Firstly, what is Raygun? In brief, it’s real time error management that’s available for a range of platforms, designed to be a “smarter” system. If that’s not descriptive enough, then there’s more information on their website. Initially my thinking was that I was going to be a technical post,...

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A while back, I came across this Mac centric post titled This Chart Proves Microsoft’s Worst Nightmare Has Come True. If you don’t feel like clicking the link then I’ll save you the trouble – it’s a chart showing that PC growth rates are rapidly declining, and that you can (somewhat unsurprisingly) place the launch of the iPad on the chart’s timeline to see that it had some affect on things. However, I’m not sure that this is much of a nightmare for Microsoft. Sure, their lives would have been easier if nothing had ever changed, but I’m pretty...