Codetown ::: a software developer's community
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CodeOne is September 15-19. The CFP is open now until March 13. You can submit talks here: http://bit.ly/2tubcKD
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The various JDK versions are:
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Amanda is giving a talk at KotlinConf...tomorrow at 14:00 CEST - that's the time in Amsterdam. Here's the abstract https://kotlinconf.com/schedule/#date=5-october&session=37796 and you can watch it live at …Continue
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Wow, I must say that Ed's presentation last night was one of the best in the history of this group! Why? Ed recorded his interviews with the rock stars and played them as he went through the talk. Cool!
That meant we got to hear the voices of rock stars like James Gosling as they talked about what matters most to them in the software development…Continue
I’m told this is a great intro to reactive programming. So of course, I intend to read it! Here it is: https://gist.github.com/staltz/868e7e9bc2a7b8c1f754
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you haven’t checked it out already, take a look at www.photofeeler.com. Read about it’s logic. It’s fascinating! Stay tuned for more. I’m blogging form my iPhone!
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For those of you interested in going to Java One, now known as Code One, the call for papers has been extended a week.
This year, Code One will have much more than just Java. You'll find Python and Go, R and much more.
Take a look at the agenda and think about going. And, for an even more exciting time, think about submitting a proposal…Continue
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Every Java developer, in fact every software developer should have the opportunity to attend a technical conference every year or so. Increasingly, software conferences like Java One (now Code One) are becoming more broad and including multiple technologies. Ian Darwin is now publishing a great calendar of Java-related conferences. Here's the link: …Continue
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If you’re passionate about the state of Istio, know how to leverage it with open source tools such as Prometheus and Zipkin, have an Istio demo, or have a great story or best practice to share, O'Reilly wants to hear from you. Each jam-packed 30-minute session should include your insights on why you have chosen Istio and how you are getting the most out of it. Istio Day sessions will take place on…Continue
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The Orlando Amateur Radio Convention (Hamcation) was this weekend. There was lots of info about software defined radios. WebSDR (18.104.22.168:8901) is an example. Check it out!
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Their team of investors, entrepreneurs, and industry experts will review all submissions and invite ten finalist companies to present their technologies and tell their stories during the Startup Showcase on Monday,…
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I was looking around for case studies about companies using Node and ran across this one. Uber's architecture involves Node. This discussion is a look at how the decisions were made to change the architecture. It also talks about how it was tested, how long it took to implement (6 months) and since I am a huge Uber fan, I found it interesting. I hope you do, too. …Continue
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The ability to Interpret image data using software is advancing fast! The two images above are captioned with program generated text. Here's an article that describes concepts and an approach to generate a caption for an image. The code is written in Python and uses TensorFlow. …Continue
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