BlueKatana Tool-Applications for Windows Mobile 1

Our team has re-released some of the applications created recently. They were created as a training exercise by our team members. Each team member has chosen a pet project and executed the training to completion by creating their application. All proceeds go directly to the developers.

Please be on the lookout for more small tool-applications from our team. It is our intention to keep posting more applications as we move forward.

So far we have posted:

Tip Calc v2.0: Enter your meal total, the percentage you want to pay for the tip and how many people will pay for the meal. The application calculates the total and the amount to be paid by each one.

 

Password Generator v1.5: Generate random passwords with or without additional characters such as numbers and punctuation signs. Passwords are created and available to be copy-pasted to your favorite applications.

 

Mortgage Calculator v1.2: Calculate your monthly payments throughout the life of your mortgage (interest, principal and monthly payment). Displays balances, subtotals for the interest and principal for each year and totals to have paid at the end of the mortgage.

About Diego Samuilov

Editor in Chief/Founder Diego Samuilov is an executive, consultant, IT strategist and book, e-book and web published author. Diego has worked in Microsoft’s environments since 1990. Since then, he has successfully filled many positions related to the Software Development lifecycle. Having worked as a developer, analyst, technical lead, project lead, auditor and, since 1996 a project manager, manager, director and VP in the Software Development, Server, Desktop and Mobile environments. Diego is very passionate about the software development process, which has played a great part in his skills development. Since the introduction of the first ever PDA (the Apple Newton MessagePad) in 1994 and Windows CE in 1998 he has pioneered and pushed the envelope in the field of mobile software development. He has developed many solutions used in mobile markets, desktop and server environments. He participates in public and private developer community events. He actively collaborates with the community at support forums and blogs. Diego is the author of "Windows Phone for Everyone" available [HERE].