Josh Kendall

iOS, Ruby, & PHP Developer

Founding Partner at Simple App Group, software developer, and writer. I write about development, business, and marketing.

  1. The Phone, The Watch, and The Computer

    My daily tech for work has been an White iPhone 4S since 2011 and and a 13" MacBook Pro since mid-2010, they both have worked wonderfully ever since I bought them, I am currently writing this on the same MacBook Pro, and used my 4S until mid-December 2014. In December…

    on apple, watch, macbook, macbook-pro, macbook-air, decisions

  2. Scorpion Isn't Depicting Real Hacking and It Doesn't Need To

    CBS premiered one of it's new shows Scorpion this past Monday, I recorded it and finally had a chance to watch it tonight. Overall I enjoyed it and plan to continue watching it because I found it entertaining. I went about my night of working and catching up on TV…

    on TV Shows, Entertainment, Hacking, Programming, Scorpion, Gotham

  3. Leave Me Alone, Stop Pushing Me

    I've been overnotified for a long time; between text messages, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, email, and half a dozen other apps that send notifications I almost always have a new notification on my iPhone. Today I woke up at 6am and already had three emails, one is a Google alert that…

    on ios, push notifications, email, alerts, badges

  4. RFP Series: When providing wireframe documents

    At Simple App Group we get requests for proposals (RFP's) on a regular basis, they range from just a few paragraphs explaining the project to monsterous documents that range from 30-100 pages. Most of the time the larger RFP's are easier to complete because they include more information, designs, and…

    on RFP Series, Wireframes, Business, Proposals, Tips

  5. Kurin is getting Kickstarted

    I posted the other day about Kurin the new simplified gimmick-free Content Management System I want to build, well today I've launched a project site, Github organization, and Kickstarter project for it. I've tried Kickstarting ideas before, but they never panned out because they were likely too niche of a…

    on Kurin, CMS, Kickstarter