…America . We're using our mobile devices more and more — and not just for Angry Birds — so aren't we giving and receiving feedback on those devices?
Mobile Interactions are Becoming More Complex
Our work habits are changing with the ubiquity of mobile devices. At scrums . …, we usually carry one or more devices with us from room to room, whether it's our iPhones or iPads. We use them around our office to project work on large screens during
I also submitted a Birds of Feather talk for Galera and PXC. I know Percona PXC experts like myself and the Codership folks should be in attendance. I can't speak for any representatives from the MariaDB Galera Cluster team, but they are certainly most welcome. I'd really like to focus this BoF on real-life experiences and "hard" questions about Galera that we can ask of Codership instead of yet another " Galera 101″ session if we can help it.
Hey, it's HighScalability time:
( Ukrainian daredevil scaling buildings)
@ tveskov : Alan Kay: "The past 30 years have been completely mundane. It's all been scaling (of old technology) and Angry Birds"
…review the conference schedule to find the breakout sessions, tutorials, Birds of a sessions, or that are of most interest to you.
Advanced Registration pricing is available until March 24th so get your pass now, before prices increase. As a special bonus, use discount code " Percona15" to receive an additional 15% off the current prices (not valid for Exhibit Only passes).
And if you plan to stay at the, …
No strings attached. Develop the next Angry Birds with it and make your millions. Wax poetic about it on your blog. Or bitch and complain about a missing killer feature. Or ignore it entirely and use Xcode exclusively. It's really up to you.
Thank you, James! Consider AppCode added to my set of tools that I'll be using while learning iOS development.
Having spent three years in the .NET world, …
…up on itself even though it had 52 failures before hitting gold with Angry Birds.
Same with us. When we tried to get into the stock photo business about six years ago, making it a "business within the business," it didn't mesh well with our mission — to help people design better products for people and faster. We worked hard for three years to make it work, people were interested, but it wasn't building any momentum for us. So we made the call …
…tools and templates to power online storefronts. (Notable clients include, Angry Birds' parent company, and GE.) has grown to almost 20,000 storefronts in 88 countries, which did a combined $ 275 million in online sales, up from $ 120 million in 2010. Up next: Making it as easy to buy sell to mobile customers.
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If making thelist doesn't impress you, maybe my earlier article about why Shopify's a great place …
Odd Birds and Travelers
I may well be the odd bird in this case in that my geographical location does not match the preferred language set in my browser.
But what about travelers?
Everyone traveling abroad is probably in the same boat as I am. Potentially even worse, given that their foreign language skills may not be as fluent and a foreign language version of a site (that is not a shopping site) may be of even less interest.
Detecting the geographic location of …
…with other members of the Chef Birds of a ( session BC room).community and grab a drink at the
Sunday January 22
Infrastructure : with Chef 's Sean OMeara will be giving an introductory Chef talk to help people get up to speed.
We would like to thank the Southern California Linux Expo for all their support and encourage you to come out and see us this weekend!
Ruby's own '' has compiled his essays about combinatory logic, method combinators and meta-programming into a handy and inexpensive . Cerebral stuff.
Libraries and code
Momentum: A Rack Handler for Clients