Larry Franks and Brian Swan on Open Source and Device Development in the Cloud
It's pretty quiet this week, so not a lot of links. Maybe everyone is off at the beach for spring break? Here are a few links for those of us stuck in front of computers this week.
Azure is the only cloud service to comply with European privacy laws: Now if we can only fix US privacy laws to allow actual privacy.
How the Azure Mobile Services .NET backend works: A collection of links about the .NET backend.
FileSaver.js: An HTML5 saveAs() FileSaver interface.
Vector Layout Expressions: A declarative layout for your SVG.
How to test browsers on virtual machines from Modern.IE: Using the VMs provided by Modern.IE.
UX delima- Red button vs. Green button: Figuring out which colors to use.
Azure storage blobs as directory: Working with blobs as if they had directories.
Humanizer: Humanize your data.
Getting started with Go: Maybe your next language?
Open Source is a thankless job: Pretty much.
Office Wikipedia application is on GitHub: I didn't even know there was an Office Wikipedia application.
Nginx and the heartbleed vulnerability: Basically, is your Nginx dynamically or statically linked to OpenSSL? Adjust course from there.
Please put OpenSSL out of its misery: This is more like "please give us a better security solution than our current one".
Intelligent Systems Service: More details on how Azure can fit into the Internet of Things.