• submit to reddit
Raymond Camden11/18/14
0 replies

Syncing Brackets extensions across multiple machines

This really isn't a new tip, but as someone just asked on Twitter for a quick explanation, I thought I'd write it up. If you want to sync Brackets extensions across multiple machines, the easiest way to do it is with Dropbox, or a Dropbox-like service.

Sameer Bhatia11/18/14
0 replies

How the Internet of Things Will Change How You Live

Social media, mobile connectivity, Candy Crush—these things are old news. There is a bigger, badder technological revolution occurring: the Internet of Things, aka the IoT, in which everything from appliances to cows to us is online.

Brian Rinaldi11/18/14
0 replies

Dealing with an Unhappy Community

Recently, I wrote an article about a bit of a dust up in the AngularJS community about the plans for Angular 2.0 and it got me thinking about how we deal with the community - specifically when there is a widespread community backlash.

Brian Gracely11/18/14
0 replies

The Cloudcast #171 - Evolving API Economy & Hackathons

Brian talks with Steven Willmott (@njyx; Founder/CEO of 3Scale) with the APItools Middleware Contest and how competitive events drive innovation and make APIs better.

Mark O'neill11/18/14
0 replies

The Rise of the API Product Manager

Products need a product manager, and APIs are no different. We are starting to see the role of "API Product Manager" emerge. Innovators like Citi now have job postings for an API Product Manager. This person would manage the API lifecycle, calibrate monetization, and ensure that APIs are aligned with clients.

Barton George11/18/14
0 replies

Talking to Red Hat About How They Are Working with Dell on OpenStack

The first of these is with Red Hat Sr. Solution Architect, Ian Pilcher who was on the expo floor. Ian was talking to attendees about how Red Hat and Dell are working together in the cloud space. I got him to give a short overview.

Paul Hammant11/18/14
0 replies

Source Code Laundering: Git, Repo Count, and SOA

One of the general issues with different repos is in merging and checking the diff between the files. It isn't always clear of what's been changed from one side into the next. Is there a way to diff or repo smaller sections of just what you worked on rather than the whole repo, which could result in messy merges?

Michael Crump11/18/14
1 replies

Why iOS Developers Still Need to Know Objective-C

Even with all the advantages that Swift has to offer with iOS, nothing beats its big brother, Objective-C. Here are the reasons it still pays off to still learn the language - even if you want to jump straight into Swift.

Eric D. Schabell11/18/14
0 replies

How To Setup Integration & SOA Tooling For JBoss Developer Studio 8

The release of the latest JBoss Developer Studio (JBDS) brings with it the questions around how to get started with the various JBoss Integration and BPM product tool sets that are not installed out of the box.

Ravi Namboori11/18/14
0 replies

A Primer to Network Topologies

This write-up begins with an introduction to networking topologies. It then goes on to describe the major ones and their sub-domains. It explains the arena in which each of them functions in and what their applications exactly are.

Quinto Urban11/18/14
0 replies

Collective Responsibility – Ask the Team!

Collective responsibility is one of the artefacts of agile software development realized those days in many companies and teams (also called Scrum). When I talked with stakeholders about details of software project management strategies they are pushing forward – want to do, often I heard answer as “ask the team”.

Mehul Rajput11/18/14
0 replies

Improving Your Google App Play Rankings – The Smart Way

After all the time and effort that you have invested into getting that Android app, you now need to focus solely on ranking your app at the top of the Play Store. The number of downloads its getting and the people who are satisfied using it together tell you how successful your app truly is!

Lauren Clapper11/18/14
0 replies

The Next Phase of Business Evolution: How Open Source is Launching Startups like SpareStub

Startups are one of the fastest growing sectors in entrepreneurship thanks to the largely open source nature of the Internet and willingness to collaborate online. This week, we explore how that plays out with SpareStub, the New York based company that is about to change how you go to events.

Val Huber11/18/14
3 replies

5 Critical REST Services for Mobile Developers

Having built REST servers from scratch, I can confidently say that building REST server from scratch takes a lot of code and time. To save you time, here are the five critical REST services your team must have in order to stand up to the test of building an enterprise mobile back-end server.

Adrian Matei11/18/14
1 replies

How to Compress Responses in Java REST API with GZip and Jersey

There may be cases when your REST api provides responses that are very long. In order to optimize performance, in this post I will present how you can SELECTIVELY compress your REST API responses, if you’ve built it in Java with Jersey, which is the JAX-RS Reference Implementation (and more).