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Founder of Tether, Wakeful and Compilr Creates a Guide for Bringing Ideas to Market

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Here at BlackBerryCool, we’re very familiar with Patrick Hankinson and the work he did with Tether, Wakeful and Compilr. When Tethering your BlackBerry was a difficult process, Patrick made a great deal of revenue by creating Tether, a simple tethering solution. Later, he launched Wakeful, a personalized alarm clock app. Recently, we saw the launch of Compilr, an online programming tool. Ever wonder how he took these ideas to market? Well he’s partnered with Accel.io to create a step-by-step approach to get your ideas to market.
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Compilr Lets Developers Write Code From Their BlackBerry PlayBook

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Compilr is an online integrated development environment for programming languages like PHP, C++, Ruby, Java, C# and Visual Basic. The company has recently launched a pretty cool app that lets developers to write code directly from a BlackBerry Playbook. The guys at Compilr say they’re trying to remove all the hassles around development and the best way to do that was to push the experience to the web to remove friction for developers. Considering all the development environments you sometimes need to program, this makes a lot of sense.
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