…networking FAQ : Users of the Sprint 4G network can expect to experience average speeds of 3Mbps to 6Mbps download and up to 1.5Mbps upload with an average latency of 150ms. On the Sprint 3G network, users can expect to experience average speeds of 600Kbps - 1.4Mbps download and 350Kbps - 500Kbps upload with an average latency of 400ms.(owned by Sprint)
To add insult to injury, if your phone has been idle and the radio is off, then you have to add another 1000-2000ms …
…% side-by-side — it depends on the stories and tasks at hand for the current sprint. Perhaps our Sprint planning sessions should take this into account, and the stories and pairing strategy could be set early, but re-evaluated during mid-sprint reviews.
In the end, we'd say that pair programming was beneficial, but that 100% pairing wasn't the solution that worked for best. As with many things, it's not surprising that somewhere in the middle — a goldilocks approach between …
…"Be theinnovator" ( Dan Hesse, Sprint's - good luck with that one, guy).
10 's for Designers
This is .net magazine's list; check out the article for the details behind each one.
Choose better problems …
Sprint is in the Alliance. So is Verizon. I'm a little peeved at Sprint because they won't upgrade my Samsung Moment beyond Android 2.1, and I need at least 2.2 for some of the apps I'm interested in.
Android open-accessory is a standard accessory platform. It has hardware and software components.
There was a demo of an exercise bike plugging into a phone.
The accessory development kit ( ADK) is based on Arduino.
There was a demo of a full-sized (i.e. man-sized) …
…will be available to even more customers on mobile operators such as and Sprint in the first half of 2011. A bigger Windows Phone market, a bigger pool of potential app customers.
For more on what's going on with Windows Phone 7, check out this interview withSenior Andy Lees , as he talks to about the upcoming goodies:
This article also appears in The Canadian Apportunity .
…iPhone without a native phone orapp. Of course, you'll still be stuck paying Sprint for a $ 29/mo data plan, but you'll be able to connect up to two devices to the Peel's as well, so that's a plus. Another big plus: since the iPod thinks it's on WiFi, you'll be able to use on the road -- something we've tried using a with pretty decent results.
Pathfinder- creating innovative software that builds business …
Today, we did an experiment. She had 4 bars on her phone. She passed her phone to me, and it dropped down to 0 bars. I gave it back, and she had 4 bars again. I decided to sit in her seat. I still only got 1 bar.
What the heck? The only thing I can think of is that she's really small, …