Jamie Craane

About Jamie Craane

Jamie develops software professionally since 2001 for a variety of small and large organizations. Assignments vary from the development of mobile and web applications to software architecture. He watches and studies new technology closely to find out how this can be applied in software solutions. The ultimate goal is to realize a solution that really matters. Besides developing software, Jamie gives presentations and training on a regular basis on various subjects and technologies.

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Parse.com anonymous and registered users (Android)

Introduction When writing a mobile application you mostly always need a way to store the information outside of the application itself so the data is accessible to not only the application ...
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Android: location based services

Introduction Developing applications for mobile devices gives us a lot more opportunities for context based information than a traditional web application. One of the inputs for context ...
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Java 7 try-with-resources

Java 7 provides better resource management for resources that need to be closed when finished working with, for example files, streams, database connection and sockets. This language ...
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Evaluating new frameworks, libraries and technologies

Introduction New frameworks and libraries are developed so fast it is nearly impossible to evaluate all of them. This can make it hard to judge whether a particular technology is worth ...
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Reasons for IntelliJ IDEA

Introduction I often get the question why I use Intellij in favor of another IDE, in this case Eclipse. Most of the time I answer that question by demonstrating some features of IntelliJ ...
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