Larry Franks and Brian Swan on Open Source and Device Development in the Cloud
Busy week, once again. But at least it's a long weekend for Memorial day. Here are some links for your Friday afternoon.
Puppet module updates to better manage Azure resources: Title is self-explanatory.
Device emancipation - develop in the cloud: This. I hardly ever touch the desktop at for work anymore. 90% of my work is in a cloud somewhere.
Connecting to an Azure virtual network via a Linux-based software VPN: Title is, once again, self-explanatory.
Running FreeBSD in Azure: Second article I've seen on this in the past few weeks. Must be a trend.
Responsive HTML tables: Ugh, tables...
Pimp my JS: How pics.io made raw.pics.io 3x faster.
Hoodie: An offline first framework for building apps with no backend.
Know when to use a JPG and when to use a PNG: And when to use SVG.
bfxos-brackets: Firefox OS extension for Brackets.io.
Themes from the M1 MobileFirst summit 2014: Some of the top themes.
Tables with integer keys and the .NET backend: Azure Mobile Services stuff.
The battle against self-xss: People do this?
Flow based programming with NoFlo: Flow based programming.
Honeybadger: Chrome extension to pull up information on the sites you visit.
Using OneNote API to count degustated beers: I use a lot of OneNote, but I haven't had a chance to work with the API yet.
Everything is distributed: How do we control systems that are too large to understand?