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By: WundergroundDevs, 6:29 PM GMT on May 13, 2016
We know it’s been a long wait, but the wait is almost over. Launching soon, Storm for Android will round out the Weather Underground series of mobile apps. We are busy putting the final touches on the app so that you have an optimal app experience. We really appreciate your patience with us and want you to know that we are just as anxious as you are to launch the app. It’s been on our radar for far too long.
Storm will replace the Intellic...
By: WundergroundDevs, 6:01 PM GMT on November 13, 2008
Did you know that you can see WunderPhotos on the WunderMap?The WunderPhotos that have been uploaded and approved on our site can now be viewed in the geographical location that the photographer claimed the photo was taken.The default settings show 25 photos that were taken Today -- and yes, you can increase that number up to 50, and choose a different date.Additionally, there are controls to:show photos from an entire month, as opposed to a specific day. (Inthis ca...
By: WundergroundDevs, 6:09 PM GMT on October 22, 2008
Hello WunderBlog folks, Aaron here. If you're reading this, then we've just made a massive (good!) change to the blogs. For the past week or so, the blogs have been running...twice. The normal blogs that you see have continued to run as usual, but behind the scenes there has been a new parallel system being tested along side the other. Both blog systems have been cross ingesting each other, items entered into one appear on the other.What's this about?When the blogs ...
By: WundergroundDevs, 4:44 PM GMT on September 12, 2008
For those of you who are Twitter users, we have put together a Twitter channel for Weather Underground. For now the channel is still in a test mode, but will give information about storms in the Atlantic Basin when they are updated, as well as letting people know when Dr. Masters has posted a new blog entry.You can find the channel and follow us here: http://twitter.com/wundergroundAs always, please report issues to tech support.And yes, we're still looking for job ...
By: WundergroundDevs, 4:38 PM GMT on September 05, 2008
Programmers, Developers, Keyboard Cowgirls/Cowboys, Hackers and Geeks! Come one, come all! The Weather Underground is once again casting its nets for software/web developers. Do you like a 15 degree year round temperature range and one of the most expensive real estate markets in the entire world? Want to be a part of the universally beloved Wunderground Development team? Come work in our San Francisco, CA office!Details here, if you dare!
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