The Amazon Appstore is just as bad as I thought it’d be (but there is hope)

I’ve been testing the Amazon Fire 7 tablet recently and one thing I’ve always suspected is that the Amazon Appstore is not…to put it politely…good. Yes, that is putting it politely. I had a bit of anecdotal evidence to support that, but nothing concrete. So I decided to look where the rubber meets the road … Read more

Cloud complicates development, but GraphQL and supergraphs offer hope

We live in the golden age of cloud computing. For consumers, it’s a wonder. For developers, it’s a complete and utter mess. For all the problems with monolithic application architectures (and there are relatively many), they’re straightforward: Take an app server and database and wire them to a browser interface. Simple! By contrast, today’s applications … Read more

Cloud complicates everything. GraphQL and supergraphs offer hope

We live in the golden age of cloud computing. For consumers, it’s a wonder. For developers, it’s a complete and utter mess. For all the problems with monolithic application architectures (and there are relatively many), they’re straightforward: Take an app server and database and wire them to a browser interface. Simple! By contrast, today’s applications … Read more

Cloud complicates everything, but supergraphs offer hope

We live in the golden age of cloud computing. For consumers, it’s a wonder. For developers, it’s a complete and utter mess. For all the problems with monolithic application architectures (and there are relatively many), they’re straightforward: Take an app server and database and wire them to a browser interface. Simple! By contrast, today’s applications … Read more