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Archive for March, 2012

Competitive Dimensions in Hiring Power

How to Get Employees for Your Startup (and Compete with MegaCorps for People)

If you’re running a startup and wanting to hire star performers for your company, you should know how to compete with the hiring power of large established companies that many good talents are drawn to. Likewise if you’re a recruiting agent and have a startup as your client, don’t repeat the same mistakes that hundreds […]

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HackerSpace.sg: iOS Developer Meetup

Coverage on the iOS Dev Scout event on March 2012 with my commentaries. The primary topics were iOS in-app purchasing and test-driven development.

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Multithreading with Core Data on iOS

The pervasive use of blocks and new nested context in iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion paved the path to a whole new way of multithreading. Apple has lifted yet another barrier to use Core Data for applications that needs to run on multiple threads. This article teach you how to effectively write multi-threaded […]

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Caveats on Shared Web Hosting

Do you host your website in a managed web hosting environment? Be careful since they may not be as “professional” as you might think they are. Here are some tips on how to cope with less-than-professional web hosting companies.

The Demise of Mobile Advertising by adibs

The Demise of Mobile Advertising

Personal mobile entertainment devices are killing advertisements in public places. Among the casualties is Singapore’s TV Mobile that displays television-like programme for commuters in public buses, supported by advertisements. The outlook is looking bleak for advertising agencies as attention spans are getting shorter and broadcast-type advertisements are approaching a point of diminishing returns.

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