Flat UI is pretty popular these days. Now, not long after Bootstrap for Android became an option, there is another tool kit to help you keep your apps looking as up-to-date as they can: The Flat UI Kit from CengaLabs.
A few days ago I was teaching our Win32 Concurrent Programming course and showed students an experiment with the std::thread class introduced in C++ 11. You can find the whole benchmark here. The heart of the code is the parallelize_count function, below:
You’ve probably been advised more than once to use longer passwords, perhaps required to include numbers and exotic characters — are “words” still okay? But even when such measures are used, passwords still fall victim to attacks. This is where multi-factor authentication comes in.
With the new release of shopkick’s ShopBeacon device, a retailer can get very specific about geolocation when sending targeted ads. A shopper’s device signals when and where information is available with or without the customer having to monitor the app.
Going through the list of Java 8 features, Generalized Target-Type Inference struck me as a particularly interesting, lesser-known gem. It looks as though the Java language designers will ease some of the pain that we’ve been having with generics in the past (Java 5-7).
Since I’m bringing my TDD spaceship to Agile Testing Days (October 28th through 31st in Potsdam) and Agile Eastern Europe (October 4th and 5th in Kiev), I’ve created a short video depicting in detail what led me to do this.
Impala uses Hadoop as a storage engine, but moves away from MapReduce algorithms toward distributed queries. Also, R can be integrated with Impala to provide fast, interactive queries running on top of Hadoop data sets. The data can then be further processed or visualized within R.
This session will discuss the transformation of the most widely distributed cable TV network in the United States, building on one of the world's most visited digital properties, to create a world class Big Data platform.
In this gently aggressive post, Google's Eric Schmidt explains how to convert from iOS to Android. It is a step-by-step tutorial, in-depth enough that a novice could follow carefully and do everything he suggests, but also enough that experienced users will almost certainly find useful tips to ease the process.
One of the breaking changes in Neo4j 2.0.0-RC1 compared to previous versions is that the -[?]-> syntax for matching optional relationships has been retired and replaced with the OPTIONAL MATCH construct. In this article, you'll find out how to work with OPTIONAL MATCH.