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Adventures in Alpha Land
46 minutes | Jun 30, 2015
Episode 18: Preparing for the Tablet Beta
Our discussion of the Tablet app development project continues with an overview of the features planned for the first beta test.
29 minutes | May 20, 2015
Episode 17: Tim Wright on Tablet Applications in Manufacturing
Tim Wright is an independent developer with a special focus on maintenance management applications. We talk about the pain points aircraft parts manufacturers experience in dealing with massive amounts of regulations and associated paper work, and the need they have for easily produced tablet apps.
39 minutes | May 11, 2015
Episode 16: Ken Greenberg on Tablet Applications in Medicine
Ken Greenberg's company, Patient Innovations, lives up to its name by pushing on the leading edge of the demand for more efficiency in how we manage delivery of medicine.
40 minutes | Apr 20, 2015
Episode 15: Ben Bajarin on the New Apple Watch Paradigm
Ben Bajarin's last interview with Dan Bricklin was a brilliant exploration of how enterprises will use tablets. This new podcast applies the same critical thinking and insight to the new Apple Watch. Rather than simply rattling off features, Ben shares his deep insights into the tremendous paradigm shift the watch brings to software applications.
56 minutes | Apr 15, 2015
Episode 14: Preview of Alpha Anywhere Tablet Features
Dan Bricklin and Selwyn Rabins continue the discussion of Alpha's new tablet app building tools that was initiated in episode 11. These features are still under development, but this is a good opportunity to learn about the type of apps they will make possible.
48 minutes | Apr 3, 2015
Episode 13: Clive Swanepoel on Deploying and Scaling Alpha Applications
Clive Swanepoel is the owner of Zebrahost.net, the largest webhost of Alpha Anywhere applications. We talk with Clive about the typical needs of Alpha developers and how his service simplifies the task of deploying their apps.
74 minutes | Mar 9, 2015
Episode 12: Brian Katz, Enterprise Mobility with Sanofi
Brian Katz has been on the leading edge of enterprise mobility since it's been available, and in this interview with Dan Bricklin he shares his experience and wisdom.
60 minutes | Mar 5, 2015
Episode 11: Dan Bricklin's Tablet Vision
Dan Bricklin shares his vision for the future of tablet sized computing devices as a replacement for paper forms held by a clipboard.
128 minutes | Feb 24, 2015
Episode 10: Behind the scenes of the iPhone and iPad creation with Nitin Ganatra
Dan Bricklin continues his series of podcasts on the history of software with this in-depth interview of Nitin Ganatra, former iOS Apps Director at Apple and current Executive Director at Jawbone. Nitin worked at Apple for over twenty years, during which he worked on the original Mac OS, and the early development of the iPhone and iPad.
15 minutes | Jan 12, 2015
Episode 9: Access to Alpha with Arthur Fuller
Arthur Fuller has been developing database applications for over 30 years. The last few years have been spent converting his MS Access apps to Alpha Anywhere. We discuss his reasons for making this change.
42 minutes | Dec 19, 2014
Episode 8: Adam Bosworth, the Ultimate Product Manager
Adam Bosworth explains how he built many of the key productivity tools of the last 30 years.
13 minutes | Dec 16, 2014
Episode 7: Access to Alpha with Peter Caspari
Adam Green interviews Peter Caspari, a developer of business applications in New South Wales who has made the transition from MS Access to Alpha Anywhere.
30 minutes | Dec 8, 2014
Episode 6: Ben Bajarin on the Future of Tablets in the Enterprise
Tech industry analyst, Ben Bajarin, discusses the results of his research on the future of tablets with Dan Bricklin.
18 minutes | Dec 5, 2014
Episode 5: Access to Alpha with Scott Binger
Scott Binger has been developing apps with MS Access for 15 years. In this podcast he discusses why he is moving all his clients to Alpha Anywhere.
18 minutes | Dec 1, 2014
Episode 4: Dan Bricklin Rejects Adam Green's Original Demo Plan
This episode continues the discussion from episode 2 on a new demo for Alpha Anywhere that makes people go "Wow". Dan Bricklin reports on his attempts to build this demo, and makes a strong case against Adam Green's original plan.
18 minutes | Nov 24, 2014
Episode 3: Access to Alpha with David Kates
Adam Green interviews David Kates, an independent developer working in Toronto, on his transition from MS Access to Alpha Anywhere.
8 minutes | Nov 20, 2014
Episode 2: How To Wow Clients With Your Demos
Adam Green joins Dan Bricklin and Selwyn Rabins in a discussion of the best practices of building demo apps, and how this podcast series will make the development process at Alpha Software more transparent.
18 minutes | Nov 17, 2014
Episode 1: Adam Green and the Standard Demo
Dan Bricklin interviews Adam Green on his software background, and his goal to help Alpha create a standard series of demo apps.
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