January 2016 Blog Posts (4)

Open Source Bridge CFP (Portland <3)

Open Source Bridge is a conference in Portland, Oregon. It's in June and that's a great time to be in Portland. This year, OSCON is going to be in Austin. OSB's call for papers is open now. There are lots of reasons to pick Open Source Bridge as a conference destination this year. Check out the …

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Added by Michael Levin on January 26, 2016 at 9:48am — No Comments

.Net Opensourced?

The Microsoft people have open sourced .Net! Read about it here: http://radar.oreilly.com/2015/06/net-open-source.html



Have you tried it? I can't wait! The architecture is simple and hasn't changed enough to mess you up if it's been a while since you used it.



I want to hear all about your Open Source .Net adventures. Yes, there's a .Net group here on Codetown. Just take a look around...



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Added by Michael Levin on January 24, 2016 at 9:48am — No Comments

Comparing JavaScript Frameworks

Here's a great article by Uri comparing Ember, Angular and Backbone:

https://www.airpair.com/js/javascript-framework-comparison

Have you got a case study or experience to add?

Added by Michael Levin on January 11, 2016 at 5:30am — No Comments

2 FREE EBOOKS! JAVA 8 AND FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMING!

Introducing Java 8

by Raoul-Gabriel Urma

Offers a practical tutorial to some of the core Java 8 features and gets you programming quickly with Java 8.http://www.oreilly.com/programming/free/introducing-java-8.csp



Object Oriented vs Functional Programming

by Richard Warburton

Explains the similarities and differences…

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Added by Michael Levin on January 7, 2016 at 1:53pm — No Comments

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InfoQ Reading List

Presentation: Dealing with Technical Debt in 2021

The panelists discuss how they identify technical debt, how they make room to invest in paying debt down, and how they approach work to minimize future debt.

By Renato Losio, Vatasha White, Kevin Stewart, Marianne Bellotti, Murali Krishna Ramanathan

Katharine Jarmul on Machine Learning at the Edge

At the recent QCon Plus online conference, Katharine Jarmul gave a talk on federated machine learning titled "Machine Learning at the Edge." She covered several federated ML architectures and use cases, discussed pros and cons of federated ML, and presented tips on how to decide whether federated ML is a good solution for a given problem.

By Anthony Alford

Article: Applying Social Leadership to Enhance Collaboration and Nurture Communities

There are many styles and forms of leadership. In this article we explore social leadership. A form of leadership that has helped to challenge views on what leadership truly is and find out what behaviours can help create collaborative cultures and spaces where learning and meaningful engagement matter the most.

By Sathpal Singh

AWS Announces Custom Lenses Feature for Its Well-Architected Framework

Recently, AWS announced AWS Well-Architected Custom Lenses, a new feature of the AWS Well-Architected Tool. With this new feature, customers can bring their own best practices to complement the existing framework based on their industry, operational plans, and internal processes.

By Steef-Jan Wiggers

How to Work Asynchronously as a Remote-First SRE

The core practices for remote work at Netlify are prioritising asynchronous communication, being intentional about our remote community building, and encouraging colleagues to protect their work-life balance. Sustainable remote work starts with sustainable working hours, which includes making yourself “almost” unreachable with clear boundaries and protocols for out of hours contact.

By Ben Linders

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