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Hinkle If you read surveys about the highest paying jobs in the United States, you'll notice that the median salary for engineering managers ranks not too far behind doctors, attorneys and CEOs (typical CEO base salary, not the extreme high end of the scale that often makes the news). HTML5 vs. Apps: Why The Debate Matters, And Who Will Win. Data Says R Amongst Most Popular Languages. Roy. Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Others Launch Web Platform Docs, A Web Standards Documentation Site. A number of leading browser vendors and other tech companies, including Microsoft, Google, Apple, Adobe, Facebook, HP, Nokia, Mozilla, Opera and the W3C, just announced the launch of the Web Platform Docs project at WebPlatform.org.
The project aims to create “a new, authoritative open web standards documentation site,” says Opera Software. The wiki-like site, says Opera, wants to ensure that developers can easily find “accurate, quality information on all the latest HTML5, CSS4 and other standards features across the multitude of available web-based resources.” Currently, the companies behind WebPlatform.org argue, developers struggle to find authoritative answers to their questions about modern web technologies and often, developers have to resort to figuring out the right solutions through trial and error (the Google team describes this as a “scavenger hunt”).
W.T.F.M: Write The Freaking Manual - Floopsy. W.T.F.M: Write The Freaking Manual I will take this moment to reflect on what has been an epic exercise in utter frustration: Sifting through poorly written documentation or tutorials for an otherwise excellent programming language, framework, project, etc.
It seems that nowadays, the original phrase R.T.F.M. is also quickly becoming the need to W.T.F.M. Developers: You spend hours, days, months, perhaps years refining your masterpiece. It is an expression of your life’s work, heart and soul. Why, then, would you shortchange yourself by providing poor or no documentation for the rest of us? R Developer Page. Wordle - Beautiful Word Clouds. Walrus - Graph Visualization Tool. Source Code Available The source code to Walrus is now available under the GNU GPL.
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In order to keep your content safe, your web browser implements something called the same origin policy. The default policy ensures that scripts and other active content loaded from one site or domain cannot interfere or interact with content from another location without an explicit indication that this is the desired behavior. In certain cases, the developer of the original page might have legitimate reasons to write code that interacts with content or services at other locations. CORS provides the mechanism to allow the developer to tell the browser to allow this interaction. Good NewsHere's the good news in a nutshell: Amazon S3 now supports Cross Origin Resource Sharing (aka CORS).
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"interesting" ! = "useful" Again, the same thing has been true with distributed computing in general. Lectures « Marko A. Rodriguez. Lecturing is an excellent way to inspire a group of individuals and create a foundation on which to collaborate. In this day and age, the slide deck catches the attention more than the written article. Rodriguez, M.A., “Miami Graphs,” The Lab Miami All-Day Workshop, Miami Florida, June 2013. Rodriguez, M.A., “Solving Problems with Graphs,” YOW! Developer Conference, Melbourne/Brisbane/Sydney, Australia, December 2012. (presentation video available) (featured presentation on Slideshare) Rodriguez, M.A., Broecheler, M., “Titan: The Rise of Big Graph Data,” Palo Alto, California, June 2012. Rodriguez, M.A., “The Pathology of Graph Database,” WindyCityDB, Chicago, Illinois, June 2011.
Rodriguez, M.A., “Traversing Graph Databases with Gremlin,” NoSQL New York, New York City, May 2011. Rodriguez, M.A., “The Path-o-Logical Gremlin,” 2nd International Workshop on Graph Data Management: Techniques and Applications (GDM’11), Hannover, Germany, April 2011. I build High Availability Platforms so Cloud is not for me. Ever since someone first tried to represent the idea of packet switched network that was resilient to failure they probably used a picture of a cloud.
Cisco’s official iconography for such a network is a cloud. It has been taken for granted for quite some time that if you throw a TCP packet at the Internet somehow it’ll get there and you don’t have to worry about it. Back before some Cloud Evangelists I’ve met were even old enough to buy a drink we had SETI which could leverage distributed computing that was available on demand and was just ‘out there somewhere’ it’s not new.
So now Cloud is synonymous with computing platforms that offer high availability, scalability and are resilient but the truth of the matter is that there aren’t. Cloud is great for people that want easy scalability, easy resilience and easy peace of mind. Node.js. 5.9. Calculating the clustering coefficient of a network. Figure 5.10. MyUniverse and matrices (fast) calculation with jit.gen « The Blog of Julien Bayle. Pavel Risenberg. WSREST2011Keynote.pdf (application/pdf Object) RESS: Responsive Design + Server Side Components. There's no shortage of debate about the best way to develop Web sites that work well across many networked devices.
Some teams favor a client-side approach while others lean towards server-side solutions. Apps Are Over: Frog Design's Scott Jenson Want to Overthrow the Desktop Paradigm. Stripe: Payments for developers. Hacking: Always Design the UX First. Introducing BDD « DanNorth.net.
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