Microsoft’s announcement of the Windows Azure SDK for Ruby opens up new alternatives and resources for Ruby developers to publish their apps in the cloud. This first version of the SDK (GitHub) supports working with Azure storage & Azure service bus, and deployment in a Linux VM on Azure IaaS. The 3 options covered below [...]
Last week, we had the Make Web Not War Community Night in Vancouver, and I must say that it was amazing. Oh, it’s not just me, I got this feedback from a lot of attendees. We had the chance to learn and hear from amazing speakers, like Glenn Hilton that shared his experience on how [...]
As we always try to find some great contents for you, I made another summary of great blog posts I found on the Web. This time, it’s all about Web standards and cloud computing. Web Standards I think I don’t have to tell you again: I am a big fan of Web Standards. Even if [...]
You probably know that we have a cloud computing solution at Microsoft named Windows Azure. You may think that because it’s a Microsoft service it’s only about ASP.NET? The answer is no! You can use many technology in our cloud solution, like Java, Python, ASP.NET, Ruby, Node.js and PHP. When we talked about PHP on [...]
Confoo is looking for the best speakers willing to share their skills and experience with developers and managers. This year, Confoo is dedicated to software development, project management and best practices. The technical part covers different aspects of Web development such as: PHP, Python, Ruby, .Net, Java, security, content management systems, frameworks, databases, system administration, [...]
Meet Jonathan Wage (@jwage), an Open Source developer who contributes to the Doctrine, Symfony, and Sympal projects, is a senior developer for OpenSky, and who created SociallyNotable.com. We recently got to ask Jonathan some questions about how he got started in Open Source development, why he’s passionate about it, and where he sees Open Source technology heading. Here’s what he had to say.
Spending hours upon hours designing, writing, testing and debugging source code whilst toughening those finger calluses- we wanted to offer all you hard working programmers, who make the technology we use today possible, some words of wisdom and inspiration from some of the great programmers of all time.
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- An Intro To The Semantic Web: Why You Need To Know About It Sooner Than Later February 8, 2011
- WHY THE @&*# IS MICROSOFT DOING THIS? May 27, 2010
- Feeling Blue? Why The Most Popular Websites Are Blue May 17, 2011
- From Apples to Mangoes: A first look at the Nokia Lumia 800 February 27, 2012
- Drupal + OGDI = Open Data goodness! November 9, 2010
- Building a Location-based App Using the Finder Template June 10, 2013
- MobileStartupsTO features: Designing & Developing for Windows 8 June 5, 2013
- The Developer Movement final challenge is there May 22, 2013
- Lost Keys HD for Windows 8, a game about demons, and magic May 9, 2013
- Three ways to set up a Ruby stack on Azure May 3, 2013
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