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3 most creative marketing ideas ever

Being creative is not common. You have to be remarkable, innovative and extraordinary. But being creative isn’t for everybody. Most of the marketing campaigns, even if they are using the best known marketing strategies fail because of their uncreative foundation. … The post 3 most creative marketing ideas ever appeared first on  - Snyxius.

In-app translations in Android Marshmallow

Google Translate is used by more than 500 million people every month, translating more than 100 billion words every single day. Beginning this week, Android mobile users who have the Translate app installed will be able to translateShow More Summary

Your Load Generator is Probably Lying to You - Take the Red Pill and Find Out Why

Pretty much all your load generation and monitoring tools do not work correctly. Those charts you thought were full of relevant information about how your system is performing are really just telling you a lie. Your sensory inputs are...Show More Summary

Inside Android’s Easter Egg Tradition

Posted by, Natalie Hammel, ½ of Nat & Lo’s 20% Project A bit more than five years ago, I got my first smartphone. It was the Nexus One. And I didn’t know it at the time, but it was hiding a zombie gingerbread painting inside it. TheShow More Summary

Bessem Hmidi on AngularBeans at JavaOne 2015

For the Java EE track at JavaOne 2015 we are highlighting some key sessions and speakers to better inform you of what you can expect, right up until the start of the conference. To this end we recently interviewed Bessem Hmidi. Bessem...Show More Summary

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For October 2nd, 2015

Hey, it's HighScalability time: Elon Musk's presentation of the Tesla Model X had more in common with a new iPhone event than a traditional car demo. If you like Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability then please consider supportingShow More Summary

Android Studio 1.4

Posted by, Jamal Eason, Product Manager, Android Today we are releasing the 1.4 update to the Android Studio stable release channel. Most of the work and enhancements for Android Studio 1.4 are under the hood. However we have a handful...Show More Summary

Editor's Soapbox: Processing a Rant

In addition to being your intrepid editor, I’m an independent consultant. People hire consultants because they want someone to “inform their process”. “How do we do Agile better? Do we do Scrum or Kanban? Can we do scrumfall instead?” “Should we do BDD, TDD, or ATDD? Or combine them? Are there any other acronyms we should be doing?” Ugh. Show More Summary

Announcing General Availability of HDInsight on Linux + new Data Lake Services and Language

Today, I’m happy to announce several key additions to our big data services in Azure, including the General Availability of HDInsight on Linux, as well as the introduction of our new Azure Data Lake and Language services. General Availability of HDInsight on Linux Today we are announcing general availability of our HDInsight service on Ubuntu Linux. Show More Summary

How Facebook Tells Your Friends You're Safe in a Disaster in Under Five Minutes

In a disaster there’s a raw and immediate need to know your loved ones are safe. I felt this way during 9/11. I know I’ll feel this way during the next wild fire in our area. And I vividly remember feeling this way during the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. Most earthquakes pass beneath notice. Show More Summary

Google Play services 8.1 and Android 6.0 Permissions

Posted by, Laurence Moroney, Developer Advocate Along with new platform features, Android 6.0 Marshmallow has a new permissions model that streamlines the app install and auto-update process. Google Play services 8.1 is the first release to support runtime permissions on devices running Android 6.0. Show More Summary

How to customize the Windows 10 Start Menu

It's been a few months, and pretty much everyone in my family and neighborhood has slowly upgraded to Windows 10. Some have upgraded from Windows 7 and others from Windows 8. For the most part, from a SAF (Spouse Acceptance Factor) it's been a non-issue, which is amazing, frankly. Show More Summary

Uber Goes Unconventional: Using Driver Phones as a Backup Datacenter

In How Uber Scales Their Real-Time Market Platform one of the most intriguing hints was how Uber handles datacenter failovers using driver phones as an external distributed storage system for recovery. Now we know a lot more about how...Show More Summary

Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For September 18th, 2015

Hey, it's HighScalability time: This is how you blast microprocessors with high-energy beams to test them for space. erabits: Facebook's network capacity; 56.2 Gbps: largest extortion DDoS attack seen by Akamai; 220: minutes spent usings...Show More Summary


Andrew M. worked at a small company in Kansas City called EtherTrode. With one facility and about 20 employees, they designed and built custom Ethernet hardware and drivers to fill niche roles where the common integrated chipsets weren’t good enough. Show More Summary

I love Gary Vaynerchuk so I created this funny website that tells you if Gary Vee has bought NY Jets yet. If you don't know who Gary is or why he wants to buy NY Jets then watch this video. Why Gary Vaynerchuk wants to buy the NY Jets? Now go and watch all his other videos and until next time!

New permissions requirements for Android TV

Posted by Anirudh Dewani, Developer Advocate Android 6.0 introduces a new runtime permission model that gives users more granular control over granting permissions requested from their apps and leads to faster app installs. Users can also revoke these permissions from Settings at any point of time. Show More Summary

Play Games Loot Drop for Developers

Posted by Ben Frenkel, Product Manager Google Play Games Launched last March, Player Analytics is already becoming an important tool for many game developers, helping them to manage their games businesses and optimize in-game player behavior. Show More Summary

Trade Stimulators and the Very Old Idea of Increasing User Engagement

Very early in my web career I was introduced to the almost mystical holy grail of web (and now app) properties: increasing user engagement. The reason is simple. The more time people spend with your property the more stuff you can sell them. Show More Summary

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