3 Reasons Most Software Development Projects Fail

3 Reasons Most Software Development Projects Fail

IEEE and the Standish group have both reported that less than fifty percent of software projects are actually completely successfully. This has to do with the way that both customers and vendors approach going into software projects and structure their relationships....
Announcing Gryphon

Announcing Gryphon

We’re happy to announce the availability of our latest product Gryphon, a radar display system that interacts with a wide range of in flight radar devices. Gryphon supports Linux and Windows devices and can either be run on integrated devices as well as tablets with...
Now Sponsoring Avalonia

Now Sponsoring Avalonia

We are happy to announce that The Mad Botter INC is now sponsoring Avalonia. Avalonia is an open-source project that brings .Net and XAML to a wide range of desktop and mobile platforms including Linux. WPF and Xamarin developers will immediately find Avalonia and its...
Understanding .Net Standard

Understanding .Net Standard

When Microsoft publicly released the initial version of the .Net Framework in February of 2002 things were pretty simple. .Net was .Net and assuming you were working in Microsoft technologies, you were either doing .Net or you weren’t. Today, things are not...
Intro to Package Managers on Windows

Intro to Package Managers on Windows

Developers working on UNIX-based operating systems such as Linux and macOS regularly use package managers such as apt-get and Homebrew to easily install their development dependencies. Unfortunately, Windows does not currently have a official package manager endorsed...