Blog / Innovation

The "r" in lean
April 22, 2014

Lean UC NYC 2014 was a jam-packed three days (four with the Balanced Team meetup) and there is no way I can accurately reflect what so many great speakers had to say but here are a few personal takeaways from day one. In general the focus for alm...

Haskell at the London Code Dojo
March 5, 2014

Sleepy Fox recently ran the London Code Dojo here at the Unboxed office. The evening’s Dojo was based around a few parts of Day 1 of the Haskell section of Seven languages in seven weeks. It was good fun and I recommend the next Dojo coming ...

Native Chrome apps on mobile
February 6, 2014

At the end of January some big news passed quietly on the Chromium blog. Mobile Chrome apps can now be wrapped up using Cordova to deploy native applications to iOS and Android. Google seems to be pouring money into Chrome like it’s the cold war...

Why failure isn’t bad, as long as you learn
December 19, 2013

Failure is sometimes seen as a bad word. When you discuss this with people, you discover it carries baggage, often from an identifiable incident where their failure was criticised by someone of influence. They are right in some ways though that fa...

Open Device Lab in Cape Town
February 20, 2013

The web is going everywhere and anywhere it can, and the devices that people consume it on are very varied: from tiny Nokia feature phones to the latest iPad. As web developers, we want to make sure that our sites look and work great everywhere. T...

This weeks round up
August 31, 2012
Forcing Facebook to Update Your Site's Metadata
February 15, 2012

Recently we launched a new site for one of our customers: http://www.thiswaytoamazing.com/ Up until the launch date we had been re-directing the URL to a different site. The only problem was that the page had a ‘like’ button on it, a...