• March 2013 Newsletter: Mvc9 For Mac

    March 2013 Newsletter: Mvc9 For Mac

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    Excellent analytical and critical thinking skills and systems engineering expertise, combined with extensive national security knowledge base. Multi-disciplinary, with 30 year experience with intelligence analysis, management, technology assessments, strategic thinking, innovation, policy, and military operations. Published author with two books and numerous publications. Responsibilities Assessed and analyzed national security implications of US advanced technology for various government clients. Key Accomplishments include:. Assessed state of US IT “ecosystem” for National Coordination Office for Networking and Information Technology R&D (NITRD) under the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Produced major report on maritime security for National Academies of Science Ocean Studies Board.

    Wrote in-depth reports on molecular electronics and Mind/Brain Project for the National Science Foundation. Accomplishments Assisted President's Advisory Council on Science and Technology (PCAST) to assess the state of IT research in the US. Skills Used Research and analysis, interviewing, writing, technology assessment. In-depth technical experience developing customized SharePoint and.NET software solutions/components. Record of accomplishment spearheading design, deployment and enhancement of best-in-class SharePoint and.NET applications. History of success leading teams through full life cycle of complex SharePoint development projects.

    Excel at cultivating relationships with clients and internal decision-makers in gathering requirements for delivery of proven IT solutions. Exceptional attention to detail in formulating technical and procedural documents / workflows and producing training documentation. Structured design, development, and enhancement of next-generation software and web solutions. Served as architectural and code advisor to senior leadership. Aided as.NET technical lead in coaching junior developers in designing and building object-oriented programs (OOP) that promoted extensibility, reusability, and scalability.

    Drove design and delivery of C# application framework utilizing loosely coupled layers with domain model pattern, enabling clean product delivery to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Championed successful effort to standardize code practices. Quickly set up clean virtual SharePoint 2010 environments and created architectural design plans for wireless provider porting an e-commerce website to SharePoint 2010.

    Responsible for controlling the purchasing of computer parts, negotiating with distributors, designing, building and installing Windows NT client-server architecture network servers, PCs, telephone systems, computers, and performed LAN/WAN system administration duties. Briefed upper management on the latest state-of-the-art network enhancements; and instructed clients in the latest software upgrades. Ensured that systems and networks were architecturally coherent and met corporate and customer standards and policies. Install, test, maintain, and upgrade network operating systems software and hardware to comply with IA requirements. Implement specific IA security countermeasures.

    Perform IA related customer support functions including installation, configuration, troubleshooting, customer assistance, and/or training, in response to customer requirements for the clients. Provide end user support for all IA related applications for the clients.

    Provide leadership and direction to IA operations personnel. Performed project planning and communicated with the customer on network and service issues. Responsible for ensuring appropriate standards were used in the designed and development of EW/C4ISR technology and procurement. Developed HW and SW statement of works (SOWs) and was responsible for support in the test and evaluation area, OT&E, and configuration management, of system design and development.

    Provided CRC and the ADO with the planning of long-term expansion and flexibility of telecommunications hardware, software and engineering resources to support CRC and ADO business strategies. Planned for the overall telecommunications architecture and oversee the evaluation, selection, design, installation and maintenance of the telecommunication, desktop and server computing facilities including hardware and software. Determining project costs, financial cost and ensured that operational requirements were reflective in design changes. Managed and involved in design reviews, project planning, served on ad-hoc committees, communicated with the ADO on service issues, and managed sub-contractors. Managed SETA team efforts relating to the FAA Total Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) for the successful completion of a specification review, which resulted into additional work for CRC. Served on Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (BMDO) test and evaluation team, as a key member,.

    Provided advice in enhancing test criteria which resulted in efforts in the continuance of the ADO program. Served on the Force XXI Enterprise Board, as a representative for the ADO. Served on NSA Trusted Computer Software System Board and represented ADO on the NIST board. Written task orders for the ADO, which also resulted in additional work for CRC.

    Responsible for writing configuration management plans for John Hopkins APL, which resulted in the implementation of the first configuration management system within APL. Duties included assigning personnel to different engineering tasks, monitoring task order performance, supported the editing and finalizing of engineering documents, and providing monthly reports. Responsible for financial and project cost analysis. Responsible for the review of operational and technical parameters, provided technical advice, analysis, and assisted in resolving system design, development, and testing of the FDDI LAN system. Ensured that test plans incorporated specifications design requirements, design changes and that all appropriate test plans reflected those design requirements. Veteran Combat Engineer and Law Enforcement Intelligence Analyst highly experienced in processing large amount of data in a timely fashion to meet mission needs. Highly organized and works well in high-pressure, short deadline situations.

    Expert-level proficiency with law enforcement/open source databases and highly proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. When needed, works outside of normal working hours until the task at hand is completed correctly. Thrives in both individual and team-oriented settings.

    Successful and proven leader during combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. QUALIFICATIONS ❖ Cleared to TS/SCI with CI polygraph ❖ Highly Proficient with Microsoft Excel: possess advanced understanding of Microsoft Excel ❖ Technical and Computer Based Skills: possess a strong technical background ❖ Analytical Problem Solving: able to use critical thinking skills to devise prompt, creative, and effective solutions ❖ Professional Communicational Skills: possess written and oral ability to maintain a professional atmosphere and setting ❖ Highly-Motivated: work well individually and as part of a team. Facility Security Officer Personnel Security Officer Senior Security Officer. Excellent human relations skills, having dealt with a variety of customers and employees from executive to action officer levels. Superior ability to set and achieve immediate and long-term goals for subordinates and myself. Ability to manage a number of projects simultaneously in a high stress environment. Proven ability to analyze, plan, manage, and motivate.

    Excellent understanding of interpersonal relations, with the ability to manage and work with a diverse group of individuals. Managed the composition of 'easy to follow' company training manuals used by all personnel. Works well with little or no supervision. Experienced IT professional with 4 years of directly managing and coordinating IT projects. Excellent Customer and Technical support skills.

    Lead several Microsoft windows platform migration projects. Extremely efficient in working across multiple projects and teams and getting projects delivered on time.

    Skills:. Project Management for Business Professionals.

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    45 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours. MS Project 2013, Agile, Scrum knowledge.

    MS Office, A+ Knowledge, Windows. Apple Macintosh, Apple Safari, Tiger/Leopard/Snow Leopard/Lion/Mountain Lion. Mortgage expert, Senior Loan Officer with active license. VoIP Sales, Wholesale Trade. Fluent in Spanish. Very Knowledgeable on troubleshooting and repair of PC and Mac equipment. Skills Summary.

    Experienced IT professional with 4 years of directly managing, coordinating IT projects, help desk experience providing software, hardware, client/server and networking technical support. Proven success working in high-volume support centers.

    Demonstrated strengths in rapidly diagnosing, troubleshooting and resolving client issues. Excellent Customer and Technical support skills. Lead several Microsoft windows platform migration projects. Extremely efficient in working across multiple projects and teams and getting projects delivered on time. Education, Training and Certifications.

    Fairfax, VA.) (United States Military Overseas Base) June 1999 - March 2003 Network Infrastructure Group Staff Technician/ Engineering Network/Infrastructure Installation Technician responsible for carrying out customers requests (internal move/add/change). Assigned work orders through the Remedy ticket system. Required to meet government contractual time constraints for each type of work completed.

    Work orders normally required carrying out a survey of the customer's office space to determine what type/speed connection was available and what lengths/types of cables were needed to complete the task. I also acted as the logistician for the group and was responsible for ensuring all different lengths of Cat5 UTP cabling, as well as different types (ST, SC, FJ, and MTRJ) and lengths of fiber optic cabling was on-hand to finish all work orders and projects.

    Used various manufacturers' test kits to ensure the Cat5 and fiber-optic cables were up to industry specifications before use. Terminated, tested, and installed Cat5 UTP/STP and single/multi-mode fiber optic cables. Installed Fiber Optic patch panels using 72 core cables. Installed Liskey floor boxes utilizing 4-core, multi-mode Fiber Optic cables. Also installed 'Spider boxes' to interconnect all the Liskey boxes to the patch panels. Received British Guild's certification for terminating and testing fiber optic cables.

    Exceptionally versatile executive. Skilled at de-fining new markets that fit a company's core compe-tencies.

    Possess highly refined leadership and management skills built upon experience in a broad range of markets, in both engi-neering and busi-ness. Especially skilled in organizing tasks in a workable fashion and being able to see the big picture. Loyal and ethical, I expect and instill this virtue in others. A global security, risk and investigations professional, with over 17 years of private sector experience; experience in the design, development and implementation of comprehensive security, investigations and intelligence strategies in a variety of business climates and organization cultures. Well disciplined with the proven ability to multi-task and bring complex investigations to a successful conclusion. Demonstrated experience as a Problem Solver in developing security and risk programs for a variety of business sectors, designing comprehensive threat mitigation solutions, coordination and managing of direct reports and multiple departments. Enjoy building internal and external work relationships and providing excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Expertise includes: Cyber Crime Investigations Business Development Strategy Security Intelligence Programs Building Brand Exposure Financial Crime Investigations Information Security Global Security and Risk Fraud Prevention & Strategy.

    Generate custom cartographic quality, geospatial maps and graphics in support of customers in the field using a wide range of data utilizing ArcGIS, RemoteView, GeoPDF, and GoogleEarth, in support of CI and HUMINT activities. Apply geospatial analytic techniques to solve dynamic and complex problems. Techniques include but not limited to Viewshed Analysis, Line of Sight studies, Cost Analysis, Change Detection, Imagery Exploitation and Area Familiarization studies.

    Monitor reporting, derive analysis from technical reports and data, write intelligence reports, manage, and convert spatial datasets to drive HUMINT operations. Experienced professional who has led and trained teams, effectively managed operations, researched and resolved issues for Government officials. Strong knowledge of Government and effective researcher employing critical thinking, research methods, data and intelligence analysis for decision-making. Seeking employment opportunities that enable growth and practice of professional skills for research and analysis at a government or private agency.SKILLS Key Technologies, Systems & Services. Research analytics solutions applying SPSS.

    SAS; R, Java. HTML/CSS. MS Office Suite Management. Project planning and project management. Managing technical staff in high pressure operational environments.

    Personnel management and mentorship SECURITY CLEARANCE. Current Department of Defense (DoD) Secret. SPECIALTIES. HUMINT and DOMEX Collections Operations Management.

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    Research, Data Compilation and Reporting. Catalogue, Index and Prioritize Exploited Media, Products and Requests.

    Defining Customer Needs/Program Development. Policy and Process Review/Strategies and Plans. Training and Course Development COMPUTER SKILLS. MS Office Applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook.

    Tiered Operating Environment Systems and Data Bases: JWICS, SIPRnet, NIPRnet, DHDS, EXPLOIT, HARMONY, CIDNE, RMT, Open Source, MAGIC, CREATMS, GIMS, HOTR. Senior Software Developer and seasoned IT Consultant with a Master's degree in Information Systems, as well as several technology, development and database certifications, and an extensive amount of experience in a variety of technical fields and leadership roles. In addition to my IT background, I've served as an Arabic linguist for various U.S. Government clients, an instructor of introductory and intermediate undergraduate college-level courses, and an English language instructor. My native tongue is English, but I'm also fluent in Arabic and French. + Provided operational contract linguist support to a major U.S.

    Government organization/agency. + Interpreted and translated written and spoken communications. + Transcribed and analyzed verbal communications. + Performed document exploitation. + Scanned, researched, and analyzed foreign language documents for key information + Translated foreign language documents. + Identified and extracted information components that meet the criteria contained in intelligence and information requirements lists, and provided input to reports.

    Assigned to MNF-I. Assisted with engagements of tribal religious and sectarian leaders to facilitate national reconciliation (sons of Iraq).

    Assisted the Iraqi army and Special Forces commanders to improve their ability to teach and train their troops. Personal and field linguist and advisor for several teams. Established a good relationship between us special warfare forces and Iraqi troops and people. Advised and trained special operations personal in cross cultural sensitivities. Language instructor for U.S Army officials multi-national forces Iraq.

    It’s Alwin, of Collectorz.com, with the first CLZ newsletter for 2015. 2015 is gonna be the year where we’ll take our multi-platform cataloging solutions to a new level, with faster server solutions, better cloud-syncing and lots of cool and useful updates for all platform editions. In the meantime, we have embarked upon the first step for this, one of the biggest projects in CLZ history and something that effects ALL our products and services: CLZ Cloud Syncing 2.0. More about that one in the last topic of this newsletter. Next to the cloud project, we have also been able to bring several new releases, with many of them on the mobile front. Plus 4 big Mac releases are coming up soon:. Now Live: CLZ Books 2.0 for Android.

    Coming up: CLZ Games 2.0. Now Live: 5 updates for all 5 iOS apps.

    Coming up: big updates for all 4 Mac editions. In progress: CLZ Cloud Syncing 2.0.

    CLZ Alwin here, bringing you the last CLZ Newsletter for this year! 2014 has been another great year for Collectorz.com, with the huge success of the Update Plan system for the desktop programs (52k subscribers!), new growth for Connect (7k subscribers) and steadily growing sales on iOS and Android (also because of our new FineDiner app). Here’s an overview of this month’s updates, plus a preview of what you can expect from us early 2015:. Now live for Connect: further improvements to all Add screens. Now live for Windows (and coming up for Mac): Better Edit and Manage Pick List screens. Coming up in Q1 2015: CLZ Cloud syncing 2.0. CLZ Alwin here with lots of Collectorz.com news for you today.

    But before we dive into that, let me give you a quick reminder of our Black Friday Sale (4 days left): Black Friday Update Plan Sale: buy 1 year and get 6 months free! During the Black Friday sale, we’ll give you 6 months of updates FREE if you renew or extend your Update Plan with one year (priced at US $24.95 or EUR 19.95). To take advantage of this offer,. (If you still have a running Update Plan, don’t worry, you won’t loose any days.

    The extra 18 months will just be added to your current expire date.) CLZ News for November 2014 With that out of the way, on with the news. This month, two long-running projects have been completed:. The new Connect 2.0.

    CLZ Comics 2.0 for Android. Other news today:. Coming up: big time-saving Edit screen updates for all Windows and Mac editions.

    New ticket system for customer support + new Live Chat Support! Read on for full details on all of the above. CLZ Alwin here.

    One year ago, in October 2013, we introduced “Update Plans”, our subscription system for getting updates of your desktop software. And I am proud to announce that at this moment, after 12 months: Over 50 thousand (!!) CLZ customers have an active Update Plan!

    Thank you all for your loyalty! To celebrate the success of Update Plans, I am going to do something I rarely do: I am going give you an exclusive insight into our long term “roadmap” for the desktop programs. Today’s subjects:. Reminder: What is an Update Plan?. The Past: one year of continuous improvements!.

    The Present: over 50 thousand active Update Plans!. The Future: our Long Term Roadmap. We’re in the middle of the vacation period here at the CLZ HQ, so progress is a bit slower than usual. However, we were still able to push out nice new versions of all desktop editions this month.

    And with everyone back at the office soon, there’s more to come next month! Read on for details:.

    Now live for Windows: New Excel-style “Freeze Columns” feature. Now live for Mac OS X: Better performance & stability / Full Screen mode. Coming up next month:. FineDiner, restaurant journal app for the real foodies among us. New User Defined Fields system for all Mac editions. Music Collector for Mac: Music file cataloging + iTunes importing.

    Connect 2.0, a new look and feel for all Connect editions. Lots of things going on at Collectorz.com, on all supported platforms: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android.and. online (Connect!). Which will result in important software updates in all areas, some within a few months, some as early as “next week”, some even just went live! Here’s what cooking now, in order of ETA:. Now live: Improved My.CLZ.com site.

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    Now live: Music Collector Cobalt.4 for Mac. Next week: Music Collector Cobalt.5 for Windows. Next month: CLZ FineDiner app for iOS.

    Within 2 months: Connect 2.0. Later: CLZ Comics 2.0 for Android. Alwin here, with what was meant to be the April 2014 edition of the CLZ newsletter, but ehm let’s just call it the “early May edition”. Time flies where you’re having fun 🙂 If you’ve been following our, or feed, you have probably noticed that we’re on a roll! SIX big releases since the last newsletter: the long awaited CLZ Movies 2.0 for Android, three big Cobalt updates for Mac and two for Windows.

    And there’s more to come, including a completely new CLZ project for the fine dining enthusiasts among you: CLZ FineDiner (more info below). On top of that: we reached an important milestone 3 weeks ago: 20,000 Update Plans! In the meantime, 20,832 users have upgraded their software to the Cobalt version by getting one of our. Which brings the total number of Cobalt users to 45 thousand! Thank you all for your continuing loyalty, much appreciated! The topics today:. It’s live: CLZ Movies 2.0 for Android!.

    Coming up: CLZ FineDiner – keep track of your restaurant visits. Recent Cobalt updates for Mac and Windows. Upcoming Cobalt updates for Mac and Windows. Saturday morning while my wife Sytske is handling your support questions, I (Alwin) am writing this March 2014 edition of the Collectorz.com newsletter. We have released important updates for two Windows Cobalt versions this month. Next to that we’re doing lots of “behind the scenes” work for upcoming new releases. Let’s look at both: This month’s releases:.

    Comic Collector Cobalt.4 for Windows – new Quick Fill screen when adding comics. Book Collector Cobalt.4 for Windows – now recognizes 23 million ISBNs Coming up:. Book Collector Cobalt.3 for Mac – ebook cataloging and more. Music Collector Cobalt.4 for Windows – improved support for vinyl. CLZ Movies 2.0 for Android – add/edit/scan – first screen shots.

    Flexible user defined fields system for all platforms (inc. CLZ Cloud) Comic Collector Cobalt.4 for Windows – new Quick Fill screen when adding comics In this Cobalt.4.1 update, we introduced many improvements to the Add Comics Automatically screen, plus we made the Update Automatically feature fully configurable!. Add Comics Automatically: New Cobalt Compact template for Preview panel. Add Comics Automatically: New Quick Fill popup, that lets you set ALL Collection Status values (including On Order and For Sale), plus several extra fields, while adding comics. Add Comics Automatically: Screen now opens and closes faster.

    Fully configurable Update Comics Automatically feature. Book Collector Cobalt.4 for Windows – now recognizes 23 million ISBNs The Cobalt.4.1 update brought two improvements to your Add Books Automatically screen: better results for ISBN searches and a new look for the Preview Panel. Add Books Automatically: Now recognizes 23 million ISBNs! A new, secondary ISBN lookup data source has been added to our online book database, which includes 13 million new ISBNs, plus extra data for 5 million books in our existing database.

    This brings the total number of ISBNs recognized by our own database to 23 million!. Add Books Automatically: New Cobalt Compact template for Preview panel CLZ Movies 2.0 for Android – add/edit/scan – first screen shots As you probably know, we are currently working our way, step-by-step, toward fully stand-alone 2.0 apps for Android, with adding/editing features, barcode scanning, 2-way cloud-syncing and a tablet-optimized layout. While doing this, we’re focusing on completing CLZ Movies first (as it is the most popular app), doing the other 4 apps after that. In, a complete rewrite of the app, we have already introduced a new look, a native Android user-interface, an optimized layout for phone, phablets and tablet and a new details template. In the meantime, we have almost finished CLZ Movies 2.0 for Android, which will bring adding/editing features, barcode scanning and 2-way syncing through the CLZ Cloud.

    The ETA for CLZ Movies 2.0 is end of April 2014. Book Collector Cobalt.3 for Mac – ebook cataloging and more This is Patrick’s main project at the moment: adding automatic e-book cataloging features to the Mac edition of Book Collector. Automatically scan your computer for e-book files, and easily add them to your database, using meta data for the e-book files. This new version will also get the re-designed Preview template for the Add Books Automatically screen, plus the new ISBN lookup data source that adds 13 million recognized ISBNs. ETA: 2 or 3 weeks Music Collector Cobalt.4 for Windows – improved support for vinyl The Cobalt.4 version will add more vinyl-specific fields, PLUS (if all goes well) the ability to add vinyl records by searching Discogs.com by Catalog Number. This has been an on-going project for Robbert and Ronald for quite a while.

    We would have liked to release this much earlier, but the guys from Discogs are let me put this nicely not exactly cooperative: Discogs has recently introduced restrictions on image downloads and the usage of their API, just at the moment we started implementing our new search system. And this has caused numerous issues, which we have been trying to resolve since mid-January.

    We hope to have everything working soon, but it’s still hard to put any reliable ETA on this. In the meantime, Robbert and Ronald will just continue on another ambitious project: Flexible user defined fields system for all platforms (inc.

    CLZ Cloud) This is a huge and ambitious project we expect to be working on for a long time to come: creating a new, completely flexible, user defined fields system for all editions (Win, Mac, iOS, Android and Connect), that will seamlessly sync through the CLZ Cloud. We will be implementing this platform by platform, starting with the Windows editions, then the CLZ Cloud / Connect, moving on to the other platforms after that. A costly and time-consuming endeavour, but we think this will take the flexibility of our cataloging solutions to a new level. And now Sytske and I are going to enjoy a sunny weekend 🙂 Talk to you next month (or earlier if you’re on Facebook, Twitter or Google+), Alwin Hoogerdijk. It’s a short month, so here I (Alwin) am already, with the Feb ’14 edition of the CLZ Newsletter.

    Today’s newsletter will focus on one of our customers, Michael Thomasson, who has attained the official Guiness World Record for “Largest Video Game Collection”! But first, let me give you a super-compact overview of what the CLZ Team is working on at the moment:.

    Robbert and Ronald: Updates for all Windows editions, with a new Cobalt Compact template for Add Auto, plus other program-specific new features. Their Movie Collector update is already live, more info below. Pim and AJ: CLZ Movies 2.0 for Android. Add Movies screen is finished (inc barcode scanning!), working on Edit screen and two-way CLZ Cloud syncing now. Patrick: Big update of Book Collector for Mac, with automatic e-book cataloging features and the new Cobalt Compact templates for Add Auto.

    Robbert and Dion: a complete redesign of Connect, with a more modern look that automatically adapts to desktop, tablet and phone screens. Rowdy and Martin: Quality checking all movie and edition cover images in our online, replacing all small and low-quality images with better ones. Chris: A complete rewrite of all manuals of our Windows and Mac editions, using our own. Okay, on to the biggest video game collection in the world. This is CLZ Alwin, with the last CLZ newsletter for 2013! I can happily report that 2013 was a great year for Collectorz.com, the highlight being the success of the new Cobalt versions and our new Update Plan system. What makes us even happier is that just this morning, we have sold the 15,000th Update Plan!

    If we include the 16,000 users who received a free Cobalt license (because of a recent purchase), plus all new customers since the Cobalt release, this brings the total number of Cobalt users to 37,886! HOWEVER: we are still receiving a lot of questions about Cobalt and the Update Plans.

    So in this newsletter I’d like to try and answer the 5 most common questions. In other news I’ll cover recent Cobalt updates, upcoming Cobalt updates and what’s coming up on mobile and online.

    This is Alwin, with your Collectorz.com News for November 2013. At the CLZ HQ, the Cobalt craziness is slowly quieting down. Our Support guys and gal (Chris, AJ and Sytske) have everything under control again. On the development side, the advantages of the Update Plan system are already showing, with this month’s Cobalt.1 updates bringing a nice set of improvements for all PC & Mac programs and our new weekly “ Maintenance Monday” resulting in faster fixes for reported problems (more details in the 1st topic of this newsletter). I have three news topics today:. About Cobalt and Update Plans (over 13,000 users have gone Cobalt!).

    3 days left in our Black Friday Sale: Get an extra Collectorz.com program half price!. CLZ Movies 1.5 for Android is live! Hi all, Alwin of Collectorz.com again 🙂 This time with the Collectorz.com newsletter for October 2013, the craziest month in Collectorz.com history! What a ride it was (and still is!). The past 2 months the CLZ team has been working on nine (!!) new Cobalt versions for our Windows and Mac editions and at the same time preparing our software and server-side code for the completely new Update Plan system. But I am proud to say that we made it! In the past 4 days, all nine Cobalt versions and the Update Plan system went live and it’s all working great 🙂 In the meantime, over 5,800 (!!) users have already updated to Cobalt, most of them opting to pay for their Update Plan with the new automatic monthly payments, others choosing to Pre-Pay for a year.

    Thank you all! Alwin here, with your CLZ News for September 2013. When I start writing these newsletters, I always scroll down the timeline of our, just to remind me of everything that happened in the past month.

    This time however, it looked like we were just a mobile app developer, as I only found posts about iOS and Android. Of course, our mobile apps are a big part of Collectorz.com, especially now with the recent iOS 7 release and our big Android project.

    But it certainly isn’t the only thing we’re working on! This is CLZ Alwin here, with your monthly dose of Collectorz.com news.

    This month we released a major upgrade of “the one that started it all”. The program that I started on myself, in my spare time, back in 1996 (yes, that’s over 17 years ago!). Of course, the program I am talking about here is Music Collector for Windows. In the meantime, our lead Windows developer Ronald has taken over the programming duties on Music Collector, but still, I am very proud that my baby has just reached version 11! July 31, so just in time for the July 2013 edition of the CLZ Newsletter. It’s the summer holiday season, so most of the CLZ crew is either currently on vacation, just returned from vacation or just leaving for vacation.

    But still, we’re getting a lot of work done 🙂 Here’s what’s cooking:. The price of the iOS apps will go.up. next week.

    Get them now! What about Android????. Just a few weeks away: Music Collector 11 for Windows.

    Lots of software updates for improved CLZ Cloud syncing. Coming up: completely new mobile Connect website. Core for Movies is getting a Submit feature Let’s start with the most urgent topic, as I don’t want you to miss out on this one. Welcome to the first Collectorz.com newsletter of 2013! And we’re off to a great start, with two big releases already completed and another one coming up. On top of that, our popular CLZ Barry app got a very nice review at TUAW.com. To celebrate Barry’s success, we’re doing a.Barry Half Price Sale” this week!

    So these are the topics of today’s newsletter:. Cut the barcode scanning cord with CLZ Barry (half price this week!). Book Collector NINE for Windows is live. CLZ Music 2.0 for iOS live, CLZ Books 2.0 coming up. CLZ Books 2.0 for iOS submitted, live tomorrow? Let’s start with Barry. This is Alwin, of Collectorz.com, with the November 2012 Newsletter.

    With the recent big updates and more new versions coming up, it’s pretty hectic at the CLZ headquarters in Amsterdam. Here’s an overview of what everyone’s working on:. Ronald, Martin, Rowdy, AJ, Sven and I are finalizing the software and online for the imminent Movie Collector 9 for Windows.

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    Robbert and Martin are working together to create and tweak the new Core for Movies service and the necessary in-house admin tools. Pim, Patrick, AJ and Chris still got their hands full with our big iOS two-point-oh project, with the main focus on CLZ Music 2.0 for iOS.

    Sytske, Sonny and Chris are answering all support requests and all your questions related to the recent and upcoming releases. Now let me go over these projects in more details.

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