Larry Franks and Brian Swan on Open Source and Device Development in the Cloud
Next week is TechEd, so it's off to Texas and a bunch of presentations, meetings, etc. Might get to read a few books on the flight though, so that's a win. Here's some links I found this week that were interesting.
How to scale websites globally with Azure Traffic Manager: I've worked a little with Traffic Manager; it was pretty painless.
JDK v8 is in the Azure VM gallery: For Java folks.
Bootstrap 3 tips and tricks: A collection of useful information for anyone using Bootstrap 3.
Using device orientation in HTML5: Learn how to use device orientation for mobile clients (that support it.)
Tips for creating accessible SVG: Presenting a strong case for using SVG for accessibility scenarios.
WebSQL plugin for Apache Cordova: SQL-based local storage for Cordova apps.
Node v0.10.20 released: Latest stable bits.
Generators in Node.js: Common misconceptions and good uses.
Ruby microframeworks round-up: Discovering how these microframeworks differentiate themselves from each other.
Ruby 2.1 in detail: Details about 2.1.
Rails 3.2.18, 4.0.5, and 4.1.1 released: Security fixes!
Looking at Ruby's Net::HTTP library: Mostly around accessing REST APIs.
Atom is now open source: Atom is a nice little editor the folks at GitHub came up with a while back. This week, they open sourced it.
dweet.io: Something like twitter for devices on the Internet of Things.