From monday to friday I spent last week introducing Xamarin, by one side, and
HoloLens, by the other one.
First part of the week Oriol and I visited Clibb, a software factory located at
Lleida, whose team already work with Xamarin but wanted us to cover from Android
and iOS to DevOps, going through Forms too. I had a “zen moment”, named by
Oriol, when I was explaining why DevOps is important to give as much value as
possible to our customers, and how this impacts in our own happiness too.
Second one, I gave an overview of HoloLens’ capabilities with UWP and Unity at
Birchman, Clibb’s parent company. Assistants where most of them Team Leads, and
we tried together to clarify which sort of things can be figured out with
HoloLens nowadays. We all both agree on the need of a larger display in the
glasses as the primary issue to workaround, but one of the attendees had a
clever idea: why don’t we simply put a frame which recalls recording cameras’
viewport? For me it was a sample of a bad thing made opportunity. Loved it.
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