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TVI staff run BUPA 10k in aid of Barnardo's

Jon Hobbs-Smith
Jon Hobbs-Smith07 Jun 2012
TVI staff run BUPA 10k in aid of Barnardo's

Last Sunday, three of our team managed to tear themselves away from their PCs for long enough to run the BUPA 10k in London in aid of Barnardo’s.

The Demise of IE6

Pat Gaunt
Pat Gaunt23 Feb 2012
The Demise of IE6

On the 5th of January 2012 Microsoft celebrated the decline of its own web browser; Internet Explorer 6, by baking a cake and throwing a party. Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) has been a thorn in the side of the web development industry for many years due to it’s lack of Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) standards. The main implications are that web developers frequently have to go back over a ‘finished’ project and tweak it to work in IE6, adding additional days and costs onto the project. The Internet is awash with many ‘hacks’ that can be used to force IE6 to display elements in the same way as the other popular browsers however the end result is never quite as clean.

Why 'iOS only' is a bad strategy.

Jon Hobbs-Smith
Jon Hobbs-Smith30 Jan 2012
Why 'iOS only' is a bad strategy.

The launch of the iPhone in 2007 opened our eyes to what was possible with mobile computing and captured the hearts of many millions of users (over 183 million of them so far). From a developer’s point of view it was a massive leap forward for mobile, for a couple of reasons: