March 2014 Blog Posts (4)

Seven Versions of One Web Application

Building HTML5 Apps from Desktop to Mobile



Free Webcast Tuesday, April 8, 2014



Join Yakov Fain in this fast-paced comparison of different ways of developing HTML5 Web applications.

We'll start with architecture and code review of a basic HTML/JavaScript version of a sample charity application, switch to its jQuery version, then show how to do it with Ext JS framework.



In the second part of the webcast, we'll move the app to mobile. First we'll implement the… Continue

Added by Michael Levin on March 29, 2014 at 4:08pm — No Comments

Java 8 Resources (thanks to Mattias Karlsson)

Guess you know about all the resources and video cast Oracle provided

at the Java 8 Launch site:

http://www.oracle.com/events/us/en/java8/index.html



On top of that we have released all Java 8 talks from Jfokus 2014

including the Keynote with Georges Saab and Mark Reinhold.



Except the talks from a number of Oracle speakers you can find these

and many more:

-Java 8 Language…

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Added by Michael Levin on March 29, 2014 at 9:01am — No Comments

Stack Overflow, Communities and Intimidation

We envision Codetown to be a free flow of ideas and questions in addition to a networking tool we also post events on. Here's an interesting take on participation and intimidation on Stack Overflow. Ideas? Comments? …

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Added by Michael Levin on March 8, 2014 at 11:32am — No Comments

OSCON is coming!

OSCON is the O'Reilly Open Source Conference. And, it's right around the corner! The call for papers just occurred. It is an annual event that occurs in Portland, OR and this year it's July…

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Added by Michael Levin on March 8, 2014 at 6:20am — No Comments

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InfoQ Reading List

Article: Evolving DevSecOps to Include Policy Management

A thorough implementation of policy management tools is required for effective compliance and security management in a DevOps environment. Companies that accept policy management in DevSecOps as a way of development and have adopted some level of policy management best practices tend to operate more efficiently.

By Ritesh Patel

Microsoft Announces the General Availability of Azure Container Apps at Build 2022

Last year at Ignite, Microsoft announced a cloud-native offering with Azure Container Apps, allowing developers to build microservice architectures using containers in preview. The company now announced the general availability of the service at the yearly Build conference.

By Steef-Jan Wiggers

HashiCorp Vault Improves Eventual Consistency with Server-Side Consistent Tokens

HashiCorp has released Vault 1.10, introducing a number of new features to their secrets and identity management platform. Server-side consistent tokens provide greater control over the eventual consistency model when using performance standby nodes. Authentication can now be performed using the new open source login multi-factor authentication integration.

By Matt Campbell

Presentation: Machine Learning at the Edge

Katharine Jarmul discusses utilizing new distributed data science and machine learning models, such as federated learning, to learn from data at the edge.

By Katharine Jarmul

How Getting Feedback from Angry Users Helps to Develop Better Products

Every time you change something in your product, angry users can show up. These users are engaged and they care about your product. Listening to them can help you find golden nuggets of user insight to improve your product.

By Ben Linders

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