Larry Franks and Brian Swan on Open Source and Device Development in the Cloud
Missed last week as I was out of town, so catching up a bit this week.
Packer.io, OpenNebula, Docker, Kubernetes: Coming to Azure & Hyper-v
Responsive images as a service: From Telerik
A quick look at Winjs: Another thing MSOpen Tech has worked on open sourcing. Cross-platform UI stuff.
Polymer vs. X-Tag: Differences between the two.
Sharing styles across web components with Polymer and core-style: Reusing stuff FTW!
V8 memory corruption and stack overflow: Fixed in Node.js v0.8.28 and v.0.10.30.
Current detection with Johnny-Five: Hardware stuff meets Node.js
Generate ASCII boxes: It's the late 80's all over again.
Node.js tools for VS 1.0 beta 2: New bits for Node.js devs that use Visual Studio.
Call for Kinect samples: MSOpen Tech is looking for some samples for the Kinect.
Open Source OneNote libraries for Android and iOS: Because OneNote rocks.
Introduction to WAI-ARIA: Because the web must be more accessible.
Blockies: For icons.
Octohost: Docker based mini-PaaS.
Not April 1st, but August 1st.
Good catch, I must have been asleep while typing the title for this one.