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Why Amazon Retail Went to a Service Oriented Architecture

When Lee Atchison arrived at Amazon, Amazon was in the process of moving from a large monolithic application to a Service Oriented Architecture. Lee talks about this evolution in an interesting interview on Software Engineering Daily:...Show More Summary

Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview 2

Posted by Hoi Lam, Android Wear Developer Advocate At Google I/O 2016, we launched the Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview, which gives developers early access to the next major release of Android Wear. Since I/O, feedback from the developer community has helped us identify bugs and shape our product direction. Show More Summary

Pipelining versus Parallel Query Execution with MySQL 5.7 X Plugin

In this blog post, we’ll look at pipelining versus parallel query execution when using X Plugin for MySQL 5.7. In my previous blog post, I showed how to useX Plugin for MySQL 5.7 for parallel query execution. The tricks I used to make it work: Partitioning by hash Open N connections to MySQL, where N = number […]

Building for Billions

Posted by Sam Dutton, Ankur Kotwal, Developer Advocates; Liz Yepsen, Program Manager ‘TOP-UP WARNING.’ ‘NO CONNECTION.’ ‘INSUFFICIENT BANDWIDTH TO PLAY THIS RESOURCE.’ These are common warnings for many smartphone users around the world. To...Show More Summary

New video tips to help news publishers find success on Google Play

Posted by Tamzin Taylor - Strategic Partner Lead, Google Play Today we have released a three-part video series ‘Tips for your news app on Google Play’, where you can find actionable tips and learn best practices for developing, launching and monetising a high quality news app. Show More Summary

CodeSOD: The Bare Minimum

Let’s say you needed to find the maximum and minimum values for a field in a SQL database. If you’re like most people, you might write a query like SELECT MAX(someval), MIN(someval) FROM table. That’s the least you could do. That’s the bare minimum. Show More Summary

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For June 24th, 2016

Hey, it's HighScalability time: A complete and accurate demonstration of the internals of a software system. If you like this sort of Stuff then please support me on Patreon. 79: podcasts for developers; 100 million: daily voice calls...Show More Summary

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For June 17th, 2016

Hey, it's HighScalability time: You've seen the Netflix Death Star microservices map. Here's a map of microbes conversing on your skin. If you like this sort of Stuff then please support me on Patreon. 4281: # of unread articles in my...Show More Summary

The Promising State of Diabetes Technology in 2016

I've been a Type 1 Diabetic now for nearly 25 years. The first thing that every techie does once they've been diagnosed with Diabetes is they try to solve the problem with software or hardware. Whatever tool they have, they use that too to "solve their Diabetes." Sometimes it's Excel, sometimes it's writing a whole new system. Show More Summary

Notifications in Android N

Posted by Ian Lake, Developer Advocate Android notifications are often a make-or-break interaction between your Android app and users. To provide a better user experience, notifications on Android N have received a visual refresh, improved...Show More Summary

Guide to REST API Best Practices

A Brief Guide to REST API Best Practices In their infancy, APIs were developed using RPC technique (Remote Procedural Call). It seemed like the API was executing locally giving it a look of functions. However, this made it difficult for … The post Guide to REST API Best Practices appeared first on  - Snyxius.

Coded Smorgasbord: A Spiritual Journey

Hold your souls tightly, for today, we pierce the veil into the great beyond. We shall examine existential questions and commune with spirits. We shall learn what eternity holds for us all. First, we must bring ourselves to the edgeShow More Summary

Enhancing Android Pay APIs

Posted by Pali Bhat, Senior Director, Product Management Today, we’re enhancing our APIs, making it easier than ever for the developer community to integrate with Android Pay. With just a few lines of code, you can enable quick and seamless...Show More Summary

Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview

Posted by David Singleton, VP of Engineering Today at Google I/O, we announced the most significant Android Wear update since its launch two years ago: Android Wear 2.0. Based on what we’ve learned from users and developers, we're evolving the platform to improve key experiences on the watch, including watch faces, messaging, and fitness. Show More Summary

Introducing the second class of Launchpad Accelerator

Originally posted on Google Developers blog Roy Glasberg, Global Lead, Launchpad Program & Accelerator This week Launchpad Accelerator announces its second class, which includes 24 promising startups from around he world. While the number...Show More Summary

Get the guide to News app success on Google Play and see how Nabd engages readers with Material Design

Posted by Tamzin Taylor - Strategic Partner Lead, Google Play Today we’re releasing The News Publisher Playbook, where you will learn best practices for developing a successful news mobile strategy on Android. This is a new companion...Show More Summary

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For May 6th, 2016

Hey, it's HighScalability time: Who wants in on the over? We are not alone if the probability a habitable zone planet develops a technological species is larger than 10 -24. If you like this sort of Stuff then please support me on Patreon. 100,000+:...Show More Summary

Thank You For Your Pull Request

As an open source maintainer, it’s important to recognize and show appreciation for contributions, especially external contributions. We’ve known for a while that after a person’s basic needs are met, money is a poor motivator and does not lead to better work. Show More Summary

My 100 Favorite Programming, Computer and Science Books: Part Five

Hey everyone! Here's part five of my 100 favorite programming, computer and science books. If you're just joining, please see part one, part two, part three and part four. I've been collecting and researching science, math, physics, programming books since 2001 or 2002, so it's close to 15 years of book research. Show More Summary

Production design of “True Detective” – interview with Alex DiGerlando

Continuing the ongoing series of interviews with creative artists working on various aspects of movie and TV productions, it is a great honour to welcome Alex DiGerlando. In this interview Alex talks about his experiences in the art department in the last 15 years, the changes that digital has brought with it and how it […]

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