V4 Development recently redesigned and launched artist John Barber’s website.
V4 Development was pleased to attend the CONNECT Conference held in Tampa, Florida on May 2 - 4, 2017.
Every year at Virginia Commonwealth University, the School of Engineering hosts the Capstone Design Expo where undergraduate students present their Capstone Design projects to sponsors, faculty, students, invited guests, and the general public. This event is the height of engineering students’ educations, as they have invested eight months of work into these projects over a two-semester course.
V4 Development attended the To Be Designed conference put on by Richmond UX. To Be Designed was a virtual conference created by Rosenfield Media to discuss and explore the “near-future” of design.
V4 Development’s CEO David vanBlaricom was featured on the popular developer website [Stackify](http://stackify.com). Stackify is a website that is founded, run, develops tools in order to create better developers. Read the [full feature here](http://stackify.com/dev-to-founder-david-vanblaricom/).
The V4 Development team is proud to announce the launch of VeteransNavigator.org, an online resource for Virginia’s veterans, families and caregivers. To read more about VeteransNavigator.org and it's family of websites, here is a [feature story](http://www.richmond.com/news/article_02842ee2-f2e3-5aef-8e65-fae63553a806.html) in the Richmond Times Dispatch.
V4 Development was proud to be invited to the ECPI Fall Advisory board meeting in order to give input on the current and upcoming syllabus.The Advisory Board meetings feature industry professionals who are experts in their field and can offer curriculum input to our academic department based on industry trends and demands.
V4 Development's Patrick Parkins featured on TCC Rocks giving insight on Android smartphone hacks.
V4 Development developed the Science Museum of Virginia’s “The Muse” using native iOS and Android languages and incorporating Google App Engine, Compute Engine, and other cloud based technologies offered by Google to provide an auto scaling and reliable API for the mobile app to utilize. The Science Museum of Virginia launched the mobile application “The Muse” in May 2016.
V4 Development launches beacon-based mobile applications for the Science Museum of Virginia
Richmond, VA, May 20, 2016 - Richmond-based company V4 Development has launched a groundbreaking Bluetooth beacon-based mobile application that helps visitors navigate the Science Museum of Virginia.