Everything in the current Glassboard architecture is housed in a single Visual Studio solution with about 36 C# projects in it. It's a lot of code to manage. Luckily it's also well tested, which makes it easier to manage.
Current Notification Role Issues…
The good stuff lives in Google Mobile Services, and many third-party apps — that is, apps not written by Google — rely on APIs in Google Mobile Services. These apps will simply not run on a forked Android, because it would lack Google Mobile Services. To an end user, it would be an Android …
Using . to access the API
Yes, you too can build all such applications and many more .
Rubyists using Sinatra talked to and gave us their views on:
Sinatra: Some Questions from Newbies
So while Google may not be opening a giant office inanytime soon, the people of Detroit and the are coming here.
I meet them every day.
There are people like Brian Clark , who actually did move from Detroit, and was living off various hackathon winnings while teaching coding in MissionBit's after-school programs for 's public school students. Earlier this spring, he was literally sleeping on friends' couches, eating …
…expanding as companies including, , Google, , , , , , , and others collaborate to empower enterprises to accelerate software delivery and enable enterprises to win in today's customer-driven economy.
…got 20M unique visitors in 20 days, faster than launch. Took 2 years & BuzzFeed 4 years to hit .
Thomas A. Edison: I start where the last man left off.
@ brycebaril : I've never had a tech conference toy with my emotions like this year's # realtimeconf
Great explanation of the Chaos Kong is Coming: A Look At The Global Cloud and CDN Powering Netflix : …people don't know, their .
…enterprise demanding more speed and scale,( AWS), Google, , , , , , , and others are working with to empower enterprises by providing ways to achieve faster software delivery and to improve collaboration between development and operations teams, all in the name of ensuring delightful customer experiences.
…rolling out a new system that forces commenters to use their profiles, and also moves more relevant comments (i.e., those from the original poster, people you know and "popular personalities") to the top. And has shut down the conversation altogether, arguing that trolls are " bad for science ."is
We ultimately retained comments because there's no denying the value of a true dialogue. There's a lot to be said …
…8.1 will make a lot of8 users very happy but won't make anyone at Google or sweat.
In his review for . "There are no more gaping holes in its features or functionality; I can now use Windows Phone without feeling like I'm giving up something I'd otherwise enjoy on an iPhone or , Brad Molen says with 8.1, Windows Phone feels complete for the first time device." As with the other reviews, he praises Windows Phone…
Debating Storyboards vs. Nibs vs. Code
In Storyboards vs. NIBs vs. Code: The Great Debate! , you can watch a debate that took place in a Cesare Rocchi argues for code, Tammy Coron takes the pro-nib argument, and Felipe Laso Marsetti sides with , which seems to be pushing hard. It's interesting lunchtime viewing:hangout on October 1 between three developers over which way is the optimal way to build user interfaces.