Brian Geary

Brian is a true believer in the Agile process. He often assists the development process by performing the product owner role. In addition to his technical background, he is an experienced account manager with a background in design and marketing.

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Firmware Engineering in 2019

By Brian Geary on Aug 12, 2019 9:00:00 AM

There’s quite a bit of discussion amongst software developers (and AndPlus is no exception) regarding the importance of user-centered software design, usability, and user experience. To hear such talk, you’d think that the only kind of software that exists is the kind that people interact with directly by use of keyboards, mouse devices, game controllers, and touch screens.
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Improving the Design Phase of Digital Transformation

By Brian Geary on Jul 31, 2019 9:05:00 AM

Digital transformation: What is it? What can it mean to your organization? What does it take to be successful in a digital transformation initiative?

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Is Blockchain Ready to Transform Businesses?

By Brian Geary on Jun 5, 2019 9:30:00 AM

Ask the average person on the street what “blockchain” is, and you probably will get responses ranging from, “Block who?” to “Something to do with Bitcoin.”

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Kotlin: A Java Alternative

By Brian Geary on Apr 3, 2019 9:05:00 AM

At one time in the history of computing, there was only a handful of high-level languages: COBOL, Ada, BASIC, FORTRAN, Pascal, C, and a few others.

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Google's Dart 2.1: X Things to Know

By Brian Geary on Mar 20, 2019 9:05:00 AM

Here at AndPlus, we take a targeted approach to everything we do. Thanks to our fine-tuned, Agile-based development process, our clients tell us we consistently hit the bullseye. That’s why, even though we try to keep sharp objects out of our developers’ hands, we’re excited about a relatively new programming language called Dart.

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The Future of RAD Platforms

By Brian Geary on Mar 13, 2019 9:05:00 AM

In mathematics, a radical is the symbol used to indicate the square (or cube, or other) root operation. In chemistry, a radical (sometimes called a “free radical”) is an atom, ion, or molecule that has an unpaired valence electron, and thus is highly reactive. In politics, a radical is one who subscribes to extremist viewpoints. In youth culture, something radical is just far out, dude. Except their way to hip to go to the trouble of pronouncing all those syllables, so radical is just “rad.”

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