In all the web developments I do apart from sites based on SharePoint, I always develop using Firefox as a yardstick and after then, I try write a few IE tweaks especially for IE 6 to ensure that it displays the work well. Of course, you may ask yourself why I do this yet IE […]

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As I was traversing the Internet, I found a great post about Operating System Interface Design Between 1981-2009 showing a range of GUI’s that have been developed for different operating systems such as OS/2, Macintosh (Mac), Windows, Linux, Symbian OS, over the years. To me, the most amazing evolution is the one for the famous […]

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ASP.NET MVC is a new approach for Microsoft developers to use to create dynamic data-driven web sites and follows in the same mold as other platforms such as Rails and Django. Model View Controller (MVC) is relatively a new phenomenon in ASP.NET and it is taking shape though it is kinda difficult for programmers used […]

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Lately, I am involved in designing architecture of several applications and planning how the different components of an application should interact with each other and where they should be stored. We work mostly with .NET Framework and I found a great resource of Patterns and Practices Application Architecture Guide 2.0 that focuses on designing applications […]

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Many times, designers and developers are contacted by clients directly or indirectly to develop applications, websites, web applications, etc. and yet these clients have no idea of what they exactly want or even what they should expect after the project. Surprisingly, most of them always ask for the costs which will be involved to complete […]

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A few days ago, I wrote about Mozilla Firefox in Luganda and pretty much sure that most people have tried to install it but all in vain. Personally, I also tried it but I was missing an add-on to get it working. So for those who desperately wanted their Mozilla Firefox in Luganda or are […]

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For those who are more comfortable with working with local languages especially Luganda, a great initiative of translating Mozilla Firefox into Luganda, one of Uganda’s largest spoken language was started by Translate.org.za, Faculty of Computing and Information Technology, Makerere University and Rhodes University. In just two days, a group of around 300 students with a […]

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Recently as I transversed the internet, I came across two great events which will be taking place here in Kampala, Uganda. This is really good news for the developers hanging up in Uganda where you can meet and share experiences. I haven’t seen mob of such events coming up in Uganda and thank God finally […]

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