Hi. My name is Adam Saunders and I live in the world of 1's and 0's. This is my tiny contribution the vastness of internet information. It's just an opinion and should you have your own, please comment it!
What can I say... Been very naughty and not written a blog post in a while. It's probably more for good reasons than bad as Neetrix is starting to take off and the feedback has been brilliant. Still loads to do, but have a number of small businesses using Neetrix to run their businesses. We're are currently going through the second phase where the interface is having an overhaul now that the core is stable. The recent completion of the Trial Balance report for Neetrix Accounting has been a significant milestone that has proven the accuracy and stability of the system. These new enhancements will provide a far faster administration area, reduce our code-base for quicker implementations of new features, and hugely improve the ease of use of the system. In every respect, its very exciting.
I've also been trying to get the 2nd and 3rd piano pieces down on paper. That's been on the back burner for ages, but has recently had a bit of a burst of progress. I'm looking forward to publishing them up on this site as soon as they are done so I can put them to the side and work on my next stuff with the piano. (my reading speed has taken a small blow because of the focus on writing theory).
One thing I have managed to do recently is sort out a twitter background for my personal twitter account.. It's been long overdue! Check it out http://www.twitter.com/_AdamSaunders.
I finally got to install the latest release candidate Android ROM for Nexus One on to my phone. When I say finally, it was only released yesterday, but I've been wanting to install this since I first glimpsed a . It wasn't too long ago that I had installed Modaco's Froyo build because I wanted to get the benefits of some of the enhancements that were made in Android 2.2.
The Cyanogen Mod is THE most popular build and the ease of rooting and installing this build of Android is incredibly easy and just seems to get easier and easier.
I don't want to get into all the things that the Cyanogen team have put into this build, but its lightening quick and some of the features are just amazing. The AWD Launcher has matured well, and is now my default launcher, and the advanced settings are very cool indeed.
What's most significant with this release of Android is not only does it have a HUGE community of developers and testers behind it, but it also will be made available on lots of Android phones including the original G1 (one of the first android phones) and the HTC Hero GSM (great because HTC have been CRAP at keeping their devices up to date).
I'm now looking forward to Gingerbread where Google will be adding some significant UI enhancements.. Sounds familiar.. its exactly where we are with Neetrix at the moment :-)
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