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Victor Savkin06/17/14
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Testing AngularDart Applications

One of the great things about Angular is that it does not make us extend anything, and we can just use plain old Dart objects. This enables testing them without any help from the framework. There are, however, cases where it becomes problematic, especially when testing decorators and components.

Moshe Kaplan06/17/14
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Auto Scaling your Workers based on Queue Length

Having an image or video processing engine? Having a web crawling solution? Doing OCR on media? If so, this post is probably for you.

Mike Bushong06/17/14
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IT resellers: Disruptive or Disrupted?

When good enough becomes better than enough, the key purchasing criteria shift from performance and features to price and convenience. This is a huge part of why there is so much energy around merchant silicon and white box.

Cormac Reynolds 06/17/14
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How iBeacon will Change Location Based Social Media

Currently, sitting under the radar to some degree, iBeacons look like they’re set to explode in the coming weeks and months and social media could have a big part to play in their success. So, let’s take a look at how iBeacons and social media could change retail.

Benjamin Ball06/16/14
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DZone Research Cloud News Update (June 16)

This research update includes Docker support for Stackato and Google Cloud, lower prices for Clever Cloud, improved performance for cloudControl from hardware improvements, Chef 10 and data bags for Engine Yard, open source HTTP API toolchain from Heroku, Jelastic V2.2 with Ruby support, and more.

Mitch Pronschinske06/16/14
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The State of Native vs. Web vs. Hybrid

For native, hybrid, and web applications, this article will serve as a comparison between the three mobile app types. In addition to the comparison information, you’ll also get a snapshot of the industry use cases and current trends around native, web, and hybrid apps.

Andy Hawthorne06/16/14
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Coding Can Make You Fat

Writing code for a living can make you fat. That’s because coders work long hours behind a computer and don’t have much time for exercise. Here’s what you can do about it.

Biju Kunjummen06/16/14
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Thymeleaf: fragments and angularjs router partial views

One more of the many cool features of thymeleaf is the ability to render fragments of templates - I have found this to be an especially useful feature to use with AngularJs.

Tatiana Crawford06/15/14
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Cloud Service Attacks: Consider a New Approach to Cloud Security

Attackers are constantly improving their tactics and finding new vectors to exploit. Unauthorized activity should be detected quickly and a plan should be put into play to whack these moles efficiently. But how can organizations reduce the unforeseen or unprotected paths to compromise?

Alec Noller06/13/14
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How to Build a TV Show Tracker with MongoDB, Node.js, and AngularJS

This tutorial from Sahat Yalkabov covers the creation of a TV Show Tracker - more specifically, a REST API, authentication and signup process, data creation and retrieval, front-end work, and optimization - using MongoDB & Mongoose, Node.js & Express, Passport, AngularJS, and Bootstrap SASS.

Lorna Mitchell06/13/14
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What Got You Involved in Open Source?

I did a very unscientific twtpoll recently regarding what brought each of us into open source. Plenty of people took the time to vote or retweet, so I thought I'd loop back around and let you know how it looked overall when the poll closed.

Mike Bushong06/13/14
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The Five Dysfunctions of a Network

“The Five Dysfunctions of a Team” by Patrick Lencioni outlines 5 critical failures of teams, key areas for any leader to address. While a network is not a team, it may have just as many dysfunctions that impact its ability to provide the service it is created for.

Venkatt Guhesan06/13/14
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Getting started with vertx, an alternative to node.js

The VertX solution is built upon (and requires) a JDK/JRE under the skin. But then because Java supports other languages under its skin, you can leverage the benefits of languages such as JavaScript, CoffeeScript, Ruby, Python, Groovy or Java.

Doug Winfield06/13/14
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Telerik Platform Major Updates: Native Apps, TypeScript support, Chrome Apps, and More

The Telerik team is announcing today the most significant update to the Telerik Platform since its introduction. The update brings support for writing native apps using a new cross-platform framework called NativeScript™, as well as a variety of other new tools and updates.

Raymond Camden06/13/14
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Browser slowdown? SVN failing? Read this.

For a few months now, I've experienced an odd issue with Chrome. I'd go to a URL and get nothing but a white screen while something tried to load.