January 2013 Blog Posts (5)

OSCON Call for Speakers

OSCON 2013
Call for Speakers Is Open for OSCON 2013

We're looking for speakers to be part of the program for the 15th edition of OSCON, happening July 22-26, 2013, in Portland, Oregon. If you have a new idea, a better way to do something, an interesting and instructive case study (battle scars optional), or the desire to pass on your hard-won knowledge, submit a proposal to lead sessions or tutorials.

Added by Michael Levin on January 25, 2013 at 6:45pm — No Comments

Nighthacking Tour with Java Evangelist Stephen Chin

From Jan 25th to Feb 7th Stephen Chin will be traveling across the Nordic countries and doing live video streaming of the journey. Along the way he will visit user groups, interview interesting folks, and hack on open source projects. The last stop will be at Jfokus 2013.…

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Added by Michael Levin on January 23, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments

FLEX goes to Apache

Not familiar with FLEX but this article has some interesting info on it.  Another tool in the web developer's toolbox?

http://www.eweek.com/developer/apache-software-foundation-delivers-flex-as-top-level-project/?kc=EWKNLLIN01222013STR2

Added by Mike Bivins on January 22, 2013 at 12:02pm — No Comments

Is the next big thing already here?

Create or innovate. What does East know about West? A lot. We speak different languages, even use different alphabets. No problem, says Samsung. Samsung's ad dep't makes it clear, even funny. Hilarious!

Economic models are different, too. Like polar extremes. One gives you everything you need in exchange for your time. The other promises you everything you…

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Added by Michael Levin on January 22, 2013 at 7:30am — No Comments

Oracle Security Update (Java)

Oracle Security Update CVE-2013-0422
An Oracle Security Alert was issued today.  To learn more about the alert please refer to the following link.…
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Added by Michael Levin on January 14, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments

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WebExpo 2019: Make Healthcare Affordable and Accessible Using Tech and AI

Anna Zawilska, Lead User Researcher at Babylon Health, recently presented, at WebExpo 2019 in Prague, the lessons learnt from their experience delivering remote healthcare through a combination of technology and Artificial Intelligence (AI). Babylon Health came to adjust three key assumptions underpinning their product development.

By Bruno Couriol

Article: Q&A on the Book The Driver in the Driverless Car

The book The Driver in the Driverless Car by Vivek Wadhwa and Alex Salkever explores how technology is changing faster and faster, and what impact that can have on the future of our society. It aims to help frame decisions and thinking about rapidly developing technologies. Salkever and Wadhwa cover a wide variety of technologies, including robotics, AI, quantum computing, and driverless cars.

By Ben Linders, Vivek Wadhwa, Alex Salkever

Presentation: Business Agility – Increasing Your Organization’s Competitiveness

Dean Latchana addresses how organizations can handle market pressure and opportunity, covering closing the gap between vision and execution, determining strategic fit with the vision, and others.

By Dean Latchana

Presentation: Introduction to Stateful Property-based Testing

Tomasz Kowal presents a high-level overview that is both encouraging for beginners but also maps the road to mastering Property-based Testing.

By Tomasz Kowal

Introducing Maesh: A Service Mesh for Kubernetes

On September 4th, 2019, Containous, a cloud infrastructure software provider, released Maesh, an open-source service mesh written in Golang and built on top of the reverse proxy and load balancer Traefik. Maesh promises to provide a lightweight service mesh solution that is easy to get started with and to roll out across a microservice application.

By K Jonas

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