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REEP Euro Ent'Ent - Réseau des Entreprises d'Entraînement ou Pédagogiques™ Markdown, One Year Later We made a few key technology bets when we created Stack Overflow: I’ll defer the discussion on the other two items for another day, but after spending a year immersed in Markdown — the lightweight markup language we use to format posts on all Trilogy sites — I have some thoughts I’d like to share. We knew early on that there were a handful of Markdown Gotchas, thanks to the sage advice of John Fraser (who, sadly, I have completely lost contact with.) Removed support for intra-word emphasis like_this_exampleAdded auto-hyperlink support for URLs in posts Apparently github also uses Markdown, and they independently arrived at some of the same conclusions we did — synthesizing something they call GitHub Flavored Markdown. Since GitHub and Stack Overflow match exactly on #1 and #2, it’s fairly safe to say that those are in fact deficiencies in Markdown, at least for a programming audience. As for #3, that’s one I hadn’t considered. Roses are red¶ Violets are blue¶ Will render like this:

Contest Rules - Publish Windows //publish/ Developer Contest Official Rules 1. Developer Contest (the “Contest”) is open only to individuals and authorized employees of a companies with less than 100 full-time employees (“Small Business”) who (i) are not residents of Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan or Syria, (ii) are at least sixteen (16) years old at the time of entry, and (iii) did not purchase any products, services or equipment for the purposes of entering this Contest. 2. 3. 4. 5. Submission Guidelines: The Submission must be in compatible with the Windows 8 or Windows Phone 8 operating systems;To be considered for the Best Windows 8.1 App or Best Windows Phone 8.1 App categories, your App must be compatible with Windows 8.1 or Windows Phone 8.1 Content Restrictions: The Submission must be entrant's original work, except to the extent that entrant has incorporated pre-existing source code into the Submission. 6. 7. Prizes will be fulfilled 8 – 10 weeks after conclusion of the Contest. 8. 9. 10.

Outils des Medias Sociaux | Comment utiliser les applications des Médias Sociaux sur son mobile ou sa tablette ? Quelle utilisation professionnelle ? TIOBE Software: Tiobe Index TIOBE Index for January 2016 January Headline: Java is TIOBE's Programming Language of 2015! Java has won the TIOBE Index programming language award of the year. This is because Java has the largest increase in popularity in one year time (+5.94%). Java leaves runner ups Visual Basic.NET (+1.51%) and Python (+1.24%) far behind. At first sight, it might seem surprising that an old language like Java wins this award. Java's rise goes hand in hand with Objective-C's decline (-5.88%). So what is the outlook for 2016? The TIOBE Programming Community index is an indicator of the popularity of programming languages. The index can be used to check whether your programming skills are still up to date or to make a strategic decision about what programming language should be adopted when starting to build a new software system. TIOBE Programming Community IndexSource: Java Python Visual Basic .NET JavaScript Assembly language Ruby Other programming languages The Next 50 Programming Languages

AppCampus - Get funding for Windows Phone app! La mobilité, un des enjeux du numérique Pour approcher les enjeux du numérique La démarche prospective engagée par la Fondation CIGREF pour tenter de définir ce que pourrait être « le design de l’entreprise de 2020 » doit permettre aux dirigeants d’anticiper de nouveaux modèles d’affaires. Une anticipation indispensable ! La réflexion prospective est un exercice difficile, surtout si l’on en croit la célèbre formule de l’économiste britannique J.M. La mobilité, un enjeu identifié Les gens veulent se déplacer, et ils ont besoin d’outils. L’un des projets de recherche ayant déjà livré leurs résultats avait pour thème « l’Utilisation des téléphones intelligents comme vecteurs d’innovation dans la coordination organisationnelle » (The Use of Smart Mobile Equipment – Smartphone – for the Innovation in Organizational Coordination: Analysis of the Relationship between Task Characteristics and the Use of Mobile Office Systems). Avec la mobilité, on change le rôle et la culture de tous les employés d’une entreprise…

Jobs - Tech About | Mobile App Acceleration Camp Mobile App Acceleration Camp is an initiative designed to help talented teams launch a successful mobile app or mobile game through the AppCampus program. We give participants the technical, business and financial support to help them build a great app for the Windows Phone Store. To qualify for a Mobile App Acceleration Camp event, your team must possess the following minimum set of skills: Design. The Mobile App Acceleration Camp crew, including the people listed on the Team and Mentors page, will review the applications submitted by those teams who are interested in attending a Mobile App Acceleration Camp and will select those who are eligible to participate. The teams will gather for a two-day session to work on their projects with the support of mentors and experts from AppCampus, Microsoft and Nokia. Day 1 9:00-9:30 Startup registration 9:30-10:00 Welcome session 10:00-12:00 Pitch session and feedback from the organizing team 12:00-14:00 Lunch and chat 14:00-18:00 Mentoring sessions

Travailler en groupe - Les Amphis de France 5 Travailler en groupe Quoi de plus naturel que de se regrouper dans le but de résoudre un problème ? Cependant, le travail de groupe se heurte souvent aux individualités. Cela nécessite d'être à l'écoute des autres pour passer d'une vision incomplète à une analyse objective du problème. L'analyse et la résolution du problème consistent en sept points regroupés de la manière suivante : - SAVOIR : choix et analyse du problème, définition des objectifs en consensus - POUVOIR : trouver des solutions et en choisir une en consensus - VOULOIR : mettre en oeuvre les décisions, suivre et contrôler les résultats, atteindre le but fixé. Cette démarche nécessite des attitudes spécifiques et la mise en oeuvre d'outils. Voir l'ensemble des programmes de la collection "des méthodes pour apprendre" : La gestion du temps Générique Emission conçue et préparée par Régine Acquier, Université de Montpellier 1.

JavaScript Engine for Windows Phone Edit: This is now available on GitHub: Did a fun bit of hacking, ported the Jint JavaScript interpereter to Windows Phone 7.5 ... the result is seen below: And when we run that code in a silverlight application: This would also work in XNA games for wp7, so one can imagine scripting scenarios if that's your cup of tea. Though it would take more work for this to be supported on the xbox since DynamicMethod is not supported there. I was really happy to see that Windows Phone 7.1 (Mango) brings in support for the DynamicMethod and some of the other Reflection.Emit features. I had to overcome some quirks due to the slight differences in the compact framework, but after some time I got it all working ... so far all my tests have been successful (though it's not to say it's all fully working).

I have a good idea for an app! : From concept to pitch-ready prototype - DesignBoost You can’t stop thinking about how awesome your new app idea is, can you? If you could just get this thing out of your head and into people’s hands, you could change the world. But what’s the process to take a good idea for an app to a five star feature at the top of iTunes? How do you avoid throwing thousands of dollars down the tubes, and how can you maximize it’s attractiveness to potential investors and customers? Last week we talked about why you should design your own iPhone app. This week we’ll look at the steps you should take to turn your concept into a fully fledged, pitchable prototype. Even though it may seem counter-intuitive to not jump straight into development, following these tenets will help you work within a reasonable budget and get others ready to invest. What Problem Does My App Solve? Sometimes our “good idea for an app” doesn’t go far beyond, “wouldn’t it be cool if?” If it’s main selling point doesn’t go far beyond “it’s cool” – your app probably won’t test well later.

11 idées clés pour l'avenir A la recherche du temps perdu… Le phénomène d’accélération est bien entendu au coeur des préoccupations des communicants. Porteur de profondes transformations, il impose à la fois un changement de pratiques et favorise l’émergence de nouvelles attitudes. à l’heure du flux continu d’informations en provenance d’une multitude de nouveaux canaux, où le destinataire devient lui-même auteur/producteur/diffuseur de messages, souvent simplifiés et parfois déformés, où le sensationnel le dispute à l’événementiel et où la surabondance complique toute tentative d’analyse et de mise en perspective, peut-on encore parler de communication maîtrisée ? La maîtrise du temps est une question cruciale, pour les entreprises et, par ricochet, pour leurs communicants. On fait parfois dire tout et son contraire. Chaque personne est un entrepreneur que l’entreprise doit bonifier lors de son passage en ses murs.