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.NET and WebAssembly - Is this the future of the front-end?

6 years ago Erik Meijer and I were talking about how JavaScript is/was an assembly language. It turned into an interesting discussion/argument (some people really didn't buy it) but it still kept happening. Currently WebAssembly world is marching forward and is supported in Chrome, Firefox, and in Development in Edge, Opera, and Safari. Show More Summary

How we’re helping people find quality apps and games on Google Play

Posted by Andrew Ahn, Product Manager, Google Play People enjoy using apps and games which meet their performance and quality expectations. Excessive battery usage, slow render times, and crashes, on the other hand, can be a source of frustration. Show More Summary

Layers, ports & adapters - Part 1, Foreword - Matthias Noback

Looking back at my old blog posts, I think it's good to write down a more balanced view on application architecture than the one that speaks from some of the older posts from 2013 and 2014. Before I do, I allow myself a quick self-centered...Show More Summary

Peachpie - Open Source PHP Compiler to .NET and WordPress under ASP.NET Core

The Peachpie PHP compiler project joined the.NET Foundation this week and I'm trying to get my head around it. PHP in.NET? PHP on.NET? Under.NET? What compiles to what? Why would I want this? How does it work? Does it feel awesome or does it feel gross? Just drink this in. Show More Summary

Android Testing Support Library 1.0 is here!

Posted by Michael Amygdalidis, Stephan Linzner and Nick Korostelev from the Mobile-Ninjas team at Google We're pleased to announce the version 1.0 release of the Android Testing Support Library (ATSL). ATSL version 1.0 is a major update to our existing testing APIs and comes with lots of new features, improved performance, stability, and bug fixes. Show More Summary

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For July 21st, 2017

Hey, it's HighScalability time: Afraid of AI? Fire ants have sticky pads so they can form rafts, build towers, cross streams, & order takeout. We can CRISPR these guys to fight Skynet. (video, video, paper) If you like this sort of Stuff...Show More Summary

Ubuntu now in the Windows Store: Updates to Linux on Windows 10 and Important Tips

I noticed this blog post about Ubuntu over at the Microsoft Command Line blog. Ubuntu is now available from the Windows Store for builds of Windows over 16215. You can run "Winver" to see your build number of Windows. If you run Windows...Show More Summary

YOW! Lambda Jam 2017: John Hughes - Why Functional Programming Matters

Why FP still matters (video)... 27 years ago I published “Why Functional Programming Matters”, a manifesto for FP–but the subject is much older than that! In this talk I’ll take a deep dive into its history, highlighting some of the classic papers of the subject, personal favourites, and some of my own work. Show More Summary

What Is Snapshot Testing, and Is It Viable in PHP? - SitePoint PHP

Ah-ha moments are beautiful and rare in programming. Every so often, we're fortunate enough to discover some trick or facet of a system that forever changes how we think of it. For me, that's what snapshot testing is. You probably write a lot of PHP code, but today I want to talk about something I learned in JavaScript. Show More Summary

Android Things Developer Preview 4.1

Posted by Wayne Piekarski, Developer Advocate for IoT Today, we're releasing a new Developer Preview 4.1 (DP4.1) of Android Things, with updates for new supported hardware and bug fixes to the platform. Android Things is Google's platform...Show More Summary

The art and craft of screen graphics – interview with Ryan Jefferson Hays

Continuing the ongoing series of interviews on fantasy user interfaces, it gives me great pleasure to welcome Ryan Jefferson Hays. Over the last twenty years his career took him through the worlds of multimedia, web design, TV, video games and, most recently, feature films. At Territory he worked on “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Jupiter: […]

RetroPie and X-Arcade Tankstick - The perfect Retro Arcade (plus keybindings and config and how-to)

Eight years ago I stumbled on the husk of an old arcade cabinet and along with my buddy John Batdorf, proceeded to reclaim the cabinet, refinish, paint, and turn it into a proper MAME (Multi-Arcade Machine Emulator) As an aside, a bit...Show More Summary

.NET and Docker

.NET and.NET Core (and Windows!) have been getting better and better with Docker. I run Docker for Windows as it supports both Linux Containers and Windows Containers. They have both a Stable and Edge channel. The Edge (Beta) channel is regularly updated and, as a rule, gets better and better in the year I've been running it. Show More Summary

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For May 26th, 2017

Hey, it's HighScalability time: Sport imitating tech. Cloud Computing chases down Classic Empire to win...the Preakness. (Daily News) If you like this sort of Stuff then please support me on Patreon. 42%: increase US wireless traffic...Show More Summary

Meet 5 Android developers working to improve lives around the world

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Google I/O 2017: Empowering developers to build the best experiences across platforms

By Jason Titus, Vice President, Developer Product Group It's great to be in our backyard again for Google I/O to connect with developers around the world. The 7,200 attendees at Shoreline Amphitheatre, millions of viewers on the livestream,...Show More Summary

“Action Injection” As A Code Smell - Paul M. Jones

Circumstance has conspired to put Action Injection discussions in front of me multiple times in the past few days. Having seen the approach several times before, I have come to think that if Action Injection is the answer, you might be asking the wrong question. Show More Summary

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For May 5th, 2017

Hey, it's HighScalability time: GPUs and CPUs run hot hot hot. See them in action with thermal imaging. (Tested) If you like this sort of Stuff then please support me on Patreon. 25ms: SpaceX satellite latency; 17 million: tax returns...Show More Summary

5 Things Tech Companies Can Learn from Slack’s Success

Slack has seen tremendous success over the past few years. What are the secrets of Slack that other tech companies can replicate? The post 5 Things Tech Companies Can Learn from Slack’s Success appeared first on  - Snyxius.

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