Kevin Rose interviews Brian Wong
Since my last update I have been working vigorously on the iOS app, as well as my own personal project, DevelopVille. I have received some really great feedback regarding DevelopVille. The first one I would like to mention is a name change: I was told that DevelopVille is a bit of a mouthful to say; it was recommended that the name change to DevVille (which I happen to like a lot). While I like the new name, it is a real pain having to design another logo (not really :P) and implement into my existing work. What do you think about the name DevVille compared to DevelopVille?
I’ve also been uploading much of my work to my GitHub account, which you can visit at here.
Hello everyone who has found their way to my personal blog / website! I’ll be using this site as a way to talk about what I am working on currently, my interests, things I’ve learned and code I have been working on outside of my employment.
First off, I would like to start off by giving a brief introduction into my life currently and the project I am working on. My name is Kyle Maune and I am a Front-end Developer for a small startup company. We’re currently working on a really great app for iOS that will be available Early 2014. I’m really excited about this project because this is my first “real” developer job I have had the opportunity to be a part of. Due to NDA (non-disclosure agreement) reasons I cannot talk about the app in detail, but soon enough!! 😉
Second, I would like to give everyone reading a background into how I found myself working in the world of technology, specifically the computer programming aspect of it all. From a young age I always had an interest in computers and how they were able to make things work. My interest really peaked when we first got the Internet in my home; I was amazed by all the content available online, right at my fingertips. The more I would browse around, the more I noticed how websites were designed and how some were much more interactive than others. This led me to start wondering why this is the way it is. Long story short, this is what really peaked my interest into learning how to build and create websites, which ultimately led to an interest in creating really great programs for people to enjoy.