Mobile App Developers, Have You Heard of Rubber Duck Debugging?

To my fellow mobile app developers, have you ever found yourself spending way too much time tracking down a bug in your code?  After exhausting all possibilities and running around in circles, you finally admit defeat and call in a co worker to aid in your quest. But then something strange happens, as you start walking your

Protecting the Rainforests With Smartphones

It is estimated that illegal logging is responsible for up to 90 percent of destructive deforestation in the rainforests. These activities have many negative and long reaching impacts on the environment. Trees play a critical role in regulating greenhouse gasses, which are linked to climate change. Deforestation disrupts the water cycle, as trees are no

Apple is Changing the Game Again with ResearchKit

Bringing Health Research to your Smartphone The iPhone is no longer just for checking your mail and keeping tabs on all the drama that unfolds on Facebook.  Apple has recently released an exciting and much under hyped framework – ResearchKit. ResearchKit is an open source framework that has been published on github  [ https://github.com/researchkit/researchkit ]

App Review – 7 Minute Workout “Seven”

Seven available for iOS, Windows Phone and Android  Seven Features It’s  about that time that the first wave of New Years resolutioners fall off the train when it comes to a new beginning of health and fitness.  7 Minute Workout “Seven” is an excellent app to keep you on track. Based on a scientific studies to maximize your workout

Meet Our Team – Rhett

How long have you worked at Push? Despite being older (and of course wiser) than my co-workers here at Push I am still the new kid on the block with 2 months under my belt. Why did you become a developer? While nearing the end of a Kinesiology degree I was forced to take a