23 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

Topic

Mobile

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By Sam Goldstein of New Relic 6 days ago.
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…switch to categorizing browsers by device type first ( Desktop, Tablet, Mobile) and only then by browser name ( Chrome, Firefox, etc). We'd also create the ability to drill down into the version breakdown of a specific browser ( IE 8, IE 9, IE 10, etc.) Because we thought our customers would usually have questions like "how much is this browser used?", we emphasized throughput numbers, over response times, in the UI.

The result of our planning was a whiteboard drawing …

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By Swirrl of Swirrl Blog 7 days ago.
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…( Norway)

Ontotext AD ( Bulgaria)

Sirma Mobile AD ( Bulgaria)

Saltlux Inc ( South Korea)

The Open Data Institute ( UK)

Swirrl ( UK)

You can read more about DaPaas and our consortium on the project website .

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By Todd Hoff of High Scalability 8 days ago.
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Dynamic Site Acceleration, Denial of Service Protection and Mobile Content Management. Cloud deployable. Free instant trial, no sign-up required. http://aiscaler.com/

ManageEngine Applications Manager : Monitor physical, virtual and Cloud Applications .

www.site24x7.com : Monitor End User Experience from a global monitoring network.

If any of these items interest you there's a full description of each sponsor below. …

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By Thea Lamkin of New Relic 16 days ago.
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Web & Mobile application development

Data analytics

DevOps

Tech news & cultures

How can I get involved?

The first thing you'll need to do is fill out this form to get in touch with our Community team (include in the notes section that you're interested in podcasting). Our studio is open for recording during 11 am - 4pm, Monday through Friday. Once we get your application, we'll let you know if your podcast is a good fit and get back to you on our …

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By Joey of Global Nerdy 19 days ago.
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…call was made by Bob Barnett, president of the now-defunct Ameritech Mobile Communications , made a call on a cellular phone in a parking lot outside Soldier Field to Alexander Graham Bell's grandson in Germany:

Here's a quick recap of what the cellular revolution has brought, just in case you needed a refresher:

In conclusion: happy 41st, cellular phone!

Click the photo to see its source.

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By Todd Hoff of High Scalability 22 days ago.
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Dynamic Site Acceleration, Denial of Service Protection and Mobile Content Management. Cloud deployable. Free instant trial, no sign-up required. http://aiscaler.com/

ManageEngine Applications Manager : Monitor physical, virtual and Cloud Applications .

www.site24x7.com : Monitor End User Experience from a global monitoring network.

If any of these items interest you there's a full description of each sponsor below. …

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By Joey of Global Nerdy 22 days ago.
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…devices. The top concern in InformationWeek's 2013 State of Mobile Security Survey and IT directors everywhere, a misplaced smartphone or tablet can give a malicious party the "keys to the kingdom", either in the form of sensitive data or unauthorized access to corporate resources. The former can be dealt with through virtualization technologies that keep sensitive data in the cloud and off the device, while access control technologies such as mandatory passcodes …

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By Lucas Welch of Chef Blog 2 months ago.
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James Prolizo, Director of Mobile and Installed Applications Delivery, IHG

# ChefConf will also feature a diverse range of track sessions including:

The Speed of Automation - Share techniques and best practices for using Chef to gain extreme business velocity.

Helping Others Get Their Chef Skills Up to Speed - Help those new to the Chef Community get acquainted with the basics and build Chef skills.

Team Up, Speed Up - Working ‘across the aisle' …

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On Lee Munroe 4 months ago.
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2. Hardware Mobile devices. Wearable tech. Servers. Brewbots. I want to know more about how these things work. I bought myself a Kano to start experimenting with Pi. Will see where this leads.

3. Educating others More how-to tutorials, a more focused blog, talking at events, hosting work shops, writing a book, teaching in schools. Something along those lines.

4. Educating myself There are a tone of great online courses available now, and in person workshops, lots of which …

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By Sara of Heroku 5 months ago.
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Editor's note: This is a guest post from Rikki Endsley .

In this exclusive interview, iOS developer Mattt Thompson opens up about the moment when he realized he'd become a programmer, why he dropped his computer science classes, and what he does AFK.

Had Mattt Thompson followed in his parents' footsteps, he'd be a musician now instead of a well-known iOS developer working as the Mobile Lead at Heroku . Matthew " Mattt" Thomas Thompson…

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