What Facebook applications have you created?

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 30 Jun 2010 at 19:22

myBrain

http://apps.facebook.com/mybrain

singlepostcard

http://apps.facebook.com/singlepostcard

Note that ecommerce is deliberately turned off.
This deals with selling postcards to consumers that they can customize with their own uploaded and edited photos.
Plus several other quick and experimental applications, including:

socialscore

matchthis

We support the Facebook application development community by organizing presentations in Silicon Valley through our Facebook Application Development Meetup. The group consists of more than 1400 members and has met at least monthly since it was founded by Lawrence Sinclair, of East Agile, on July 2008.

Facebook Social Data

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 01 Aug 2009 at 02:54

Socialscore is a dashboard for Facebook users' social networks. The concept is to present meaningful metrics, information, and search capabilities to enable Facebook users to understand their social networks and social influence. The idea (IMHO) was rather cool, but we ended up with under a hundred users and the site was never very successful from a business perspective. However, it does remain a good demonstration of some of our programming capabilities.

I present Socialscore in the following video:

East Agile Extreme Programming

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Posted by Lawrence Sinclair on 02 Dec 2008 at 02:59

At Barcamp Saigon last weekend, we presented our eXtreme Programming (XP) approach at the Barcamp technology conference in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

We follow a pure approach to XP:

(1) Code review, collaboration, and teamwork are good. So we do them continuously by pair programming. Our developers work in pairs, with two mice, keyboards and monitors connected to the same machine, allowing a constant exchange of ideas throughout each day.

(2) Testing by developers is good. So we do testing continuously through test driven development (TDD).  Before we write any code, we first write tests that define what it should do. As we expand and refactor our code, we expand and refactor its associated tests.

(3) Responsiveness to clients, starting sooner and going live quickly are good....