I write articles for multiple blogs.
The growing trend of software companies shifting from one-time purchase models to subscription services is rather disturbing. Wwhile this provides a consistent revenue stream for companies, it burdens consumers with repeated costs and may result in subscription fatigue.
I came across an article today that discussed efforts being made to create an open-source technology to make UI development in Swift on Windows possible.
I finally did the deed and signed up for an account on Medium.com.
As always, there is a lot going on in the world of tech. This week’s “Linker” features experimental updates, new releases and a few tips and tricks.
This is the first of a regular series of posts featuring links of interest to developers and nerds.
The very first poll from Developer’s Notebook asks what your favorite operating system to use while programming.
Kaiser Wilhelm II abdicated after the end of the First World War, but that is generally when he exits the stage of popular history. So what happened to him? What did he do in that time? This article aims to explore some of these questions….
It is hard to believe that an entire decade has elapsed since I published my first History Rhymes blog post entitled “Starting Out.” A lot has changed in the past ten years and I have big plans for it for the future.
The rule of the Bavarian kings ended with the German Revolution of 1918-1919 in the immediate aftermath of World War I. The royal family became enemies of the Nazis and had to flee Germany, but never gave up the dream of restoring the monarchy.