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SEP Named a Winning Company in the 2022 Powderkeg Unvalley Awards
Westfield, IN - January 2022, SEP, a software product design and development firm has been announced as a winning company in the 2022 Powderkeg Unvalley Awards. This recognizes SEP as one of the best tech companies to work for in…Read More
As a software architect, I do what I can to stay abreast of the world around me. As new technologies, design patterns, and so on emerge, I try to learn enough about them to make informed decisions on where they might prove useful or if I can safely ignore them. I think about their relevance […]Read More
My Ideal Software Project: 7 Values I Believe In…
At SEP, we have very diverse teams, clients, and projects. With all of that variety and diversity, comes a lot of variation in how projects are run. Almost every project, in my experience, has used different processes and techniques. I was recently inspired by one of my coworkers, Jennifer, by a letter that she wrote […]Read More
Android AsyncTasks, for updating your UI
Last time, I talked about how to use Android Handlers for handling a blocking task in the background. While Handlers are very powerful, they can easily get too complicated for larger tasks. This time, let’s take a look at the Android AsyncTasks. AsyncTask enables proper and easy use of the UI thread. This class allows to […]Read More
Android Handler, in a nutshell…
The most basic way to handle multiple threads is to use the standard Java threads. I won’t cover those in detail in this series; however, there are some good docs and examples online to help with those. By default, Android apps run solely in a single thread – the UI Thread. For most applications, this […]Read More
Too many options for Android threads? Let me help!
As smartphones continue to gain popularity, the demand for mobile applications also continues to grow. The increase in usage of smartphones elevated the issue of “multitasking” on mobile devices. (I’m not going to go into details of my opinions on the myth and illusion of multitasking.) Ultimately, users want to have multiple applications running, syncing […]Read More