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

Presentation: Panel: Ethics in Software Engineering

The panelists explore emerging ethical issues related to software engineering, as well as how they can potentially be addressed. The panelists represent diverse set of perspectives - from professional society to industry to academics.

By Ayana Miller, Bruce Edward DeBruhl, Theo Schlossnagle, Megan Cristina

Presentation: Building Confidence in Healthcare Systems Through Chaos Engineering

Carl Chesser covers how Cerner evolved their service workloads and applied gameday exercises to improve their resiliency. He focusses on how they transitioned their Java services from traditional enterprise application servers to a container deployment on Kubernetes using Spinnaker.

By Carl Chesser

Presentation: My House Runs .NET - Smart Home Automation with .NET Core and Azure

Cam Soper shows how to drive a smart home hub with .NET Core, SmartThings and Hubitat.

By Cam Soper

Elastic Stack 7.6 Released with Security, Performance, and Observability Improvements

Elastic announced the release of Elastic Stack 7.6. This release contains a number of security improvements including a new SIEM detection engine and a redesigned SIEM overview dashboard page. This release also includes performance improvements to queries that are sorted by date, enhanced supervised machine learning capabilities, and support for ingesting Jaeger trace data.

By Matt Campbell

Article: Q&A on the Book Unleashing the Power of Diversity

The book Unleashing the Power of Diversity by Bjørn Z. Ekelund describes the Diversity Icebreaker, an experiential communication exercise where people learn about themselves and others. The differences are named Red, Blue and Green, a language of diversity that is relevant for interaction, problem solving, giving feedback, and creating inclusiveness and trust.

By Ben Linders, Bjørn Ekelund

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