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  • Mark Bates on Go Web Frameworks and Techniques

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    31 Aug 2015 | 8:26 pm
    Open source Go, the concurrent garbage-collected programming language that scales big and fast, is the emerging language of the Cloud. Russ Cox, technical co-leader of the Go Project at Google, described Go at a Boston area Google Developers Group meeting this way, “Go is a fast, fun, and productive language for writing programs.” In this third in a series video about how to program with Go, Mark Bates, Go expert extraordinaire, ladles a big helping of the special Go sauce that makes this language so tasty. There is a lot to consume in this serving—22 segments—so…
  • Reference Application with React, Node.js, and the Lightning Design System

    Christophe Coenraets
    Christophe Coenraets
    2 Sep 2015 | 7:31 am
    If you are building business apps with React, I created a reference application with React and the Lightning Design System: the new language, framework, and vendor-independent CSS toolkit from Salesforce that provides a set of UI components, UI patterns and guidelines focused on Business/Enterprise app development. Check out this video for a quick walkthrough: The application is built with: React Lightning Design System ECMAScript 6 including modules Babel to transpile the ECMAScript 6 code Browserify to support modules in your current browser Node.js A Postgres database The source code and…
  • Sharing CSS Between Polymer Components in Version 1.1 vs 0.5

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    JesterXL
    15 Aug 2015 | 7:12 am
    Finally figured out how to share styles between components in Polymer. In version 0.5 it was <core-style> and in 1.1, they’ve changed it use shared styles which is pretty easy to grok for someone who sucks at CSS like me. Sadly, the 1.0 docs for Polymer are quite awful. Even more frustrating is most of the Google links still point to v0.5 content, including Github repos that don’t all point to the newer repos. For example, go figure out how to know how to programmatically listen when a <paper-radio-group> has changed a selected item by the user clicking it……
  • Announcing the Biggest VM Sizes Available in the Cloud: New Azure GS-VM Series

    ScottGu's Blog
    2 Sep 2015 | 10:51 am
    Today, we’re announcing the release of the new Azure GS-series of Virtual Machine sizes, which enable Azure Premium Storage to be used with Azure G-series VM sizes. These VM sizes are now available to use in both our US and Europe regions. Earlier this year we released the G-series of Azure Virtual Machines – which provide the largest VM size provided by any public cloud provider.  They provide up to 32-cores of CPU, 448 GB of memory and 6.59 TB of local SSD-based storage.  Today’s release of the GS-series of Azure Virtual Machines enables you to now use these large VMs with…
  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending August 21, 2015

    The Dojo Toolkit Blog
    Dylan Schiemann
    24 Aug 2015 | 7:15 am
    Each week we get a bit closer to Dojo 2. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 2 This past week we made progress on many of the Dojo 2 packages: class declaration No updates last week. Core New pull request to address issues with timeout test cases Address issues with URLSearchParams README updates eviewed updated lang.isObject to work in ES6 Crypto No updates last week. dom README updates started Improved delegate() selector matching performance Discussion: Should delegate include the delegation root when matching selectors? dstore Further updates to PR to Convert…
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  • Mark Bates on Go Web Frameworks and Techniques

    O'Reilly Media, Inc.
    31 Aug 2015 | 8:26 pm
    Open source Go, the concurrent garbage-collected programming language that scales big and fast, is the emerging language of the Cloud. Russ Cox, technical co-leader of the Go Project at Google, described Go at a Boston area Google Developers Group meeting this way, “Go is a fast, fun, and productive language for writing programs.” In this third in a series video about how to program with Go, Mark Bates, Go expert extraordinaire, ladles a big helping of the special Go sauce that makes this language so tasty. There is a lot to consume in this serving—22 segments—so…
  • Learning Path: Go Fundamentals

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    31 Aug 2015 | 8:27 pm
    Go from Hello World to writing highly concurrent programs Go, the new open source language from Google, is known for its simple syntax, rich library, easy concurrency, and scalability. It’s used in software systems where "scale big and run fast" is the daily mantra. As you work through real-world examples and task-based lessons, you'll learn the complete language and discover how useful Go can be.
  • Make: Bicycle Projects

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    28 Aug 2015 | 8:28 pm
    Teaching everything from how to make a "chopper" to soldering up electronic circuits, Make: Bicycle Projects presents 18 different projects to enhance your bicycle for the summer, including a handlebar-mounted synthesizer horn, a LED headlight, and a mini trailer hauling an armored suitcase. Along with the cool projects, critical how-tos are served up including treatises on stripping down and repainting a bike as well as chapters devoted to mechanics and tools.
  • Beautiful LEGO: Wild!

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    28 Aug 2015 | 8:29 pm
    Beautiful LEGO: Wild! showcases amazing nature-inspired LEGO masterpieces from artists around the world.
  • Best of Make: Volume 2

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    28 Aug 2015 | 8:30 pm
    After ten years, Make: has become one of most celebrated magazines to hit the newsstands, and certainly one of the hottest reads. If you're just catching on to the Maker Movement and wonder what you've missed, this book contains the best projects and articles from the magazine. Find out what keeps Makers coming back to Make: with this assortment of DIY projects and articles selected by Make:'s editors. Learn to:Outfit your workshop and make some must-have toolsBuild electronic projects from actuators to antennaeMake things with Arduino and Raspberry PiCreate drones and robotsBuild noisemaking…
 
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    Christophe Coenraets

  • Reference Application with React, Node.js, and the Lightning Design System

    Christophe Coenraets
    2 Sep 2015 | 7:31 am
    If you are building business apps with React, I created a reference application with React and the Lightning Design System: the new language, framework, and vendor-independent CSS toolkit from Salesforce that provides a set of UI components, UI patterns and guidelines focused on Business/Enterprise app development. Check out this video for a quick walkthrough: The application is built with: React Lightning Design System ECMAScript 6 including modules Babel to transpile the ECMAScript 6 code Browserify to support modules in your current browser Node.js A Postgres database The source code and…
  • Building React Applications with Babel, ECMAScript 6 and Modules

    Christophe Coenraets
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:21 am
    With the deprecation of the React tools, the availability of ECMAScript 6 features (natively or through transpilers), and the emergence of Babel as both the React tools replacement and the ECMAScript 6 transpiler of choice, I thought I’d share a simple reference application built with this new stack. In this article, I’ll share three versions of a Mortgage Calculator application written with React and built with Babel: Version 1: React with ECMAScript 5 Version 2: React with ECMAScript 6 Version 3: React with ECMAScript 6 and Modules This is the React version of the plain…
  • ECMAScript 6 Tutorial with Babel and Browserify

    Christophe Coenraets
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    In this tutorial, you create a Mortgage Calculator with amortization table using many of the new ECMAScript 6 features. You use Babel to transpile the ECMAScript 6 application and use it in current browsers. You also use Browserify to provide the module implementation. Start the tutorial here
  • Introduction to ECMAScript 6 Slides

    Christophe Coenraets
    20 May 2015 | 6:54 am
    I had a great time presenting “Introduction to ECMAScript 6″ at the TelerikNEXT conference. Thanks to everybody who attended. My slides are available here.
  • Introduction to React.js Slides

    Christophe Coenraets
    20 May 2015 | 6:53 am
    I had a great time presenting “Introduction to React” at the TelerikNEXT conference. Thanks to everybody who attended. My slides are available here.
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  • Sharing CSS Between Polymer Components in Version 1.1 vs 0.5

    JesterXL
    15 Aug 2015 | 7:12 am
    Finally figured out how to share styles between components in Polymer. In version 0.5 it was <core-style> and in 1.1, they’ve changed it use shared styles which is pretty easy to grok for someone who sucks at CSS like me. Sadly, the 1.0 docs for Polymer are quite awful. Even more frustrating is most of the Google links still point to v0.5 content, including Github repos that don’t all point to the newer repos. For example, go figure out how to know how to programmatically listen when a <paper-radio-group> has changed a selected item by the user clicking it……
  • Sabled Sun

    JesterXL
    6 Mar 2015 | 4:59 pm
    Sabled Sun Sable: a. the color black b. black clothing worn in mourning —usually used in plural Sabled Sun, a music project formed by Simon Heath from Sweden, categorizes it as dark ambient, but I found the music quite full of hope, grit, and exploration… which is why I like listening to it while I code. I don’t blog about music much, but I’ve been smitten by this artist’s particular project. Simon is involved in many other dark ambient projects notably the horror movie ‘esque Atrium Carceri. He has even created his own label Cryo Chamber, which has his music,…
  • JavaScript Transpiled Languages

    JesterXL
    1 Feb 2015 | 6:15 pm
    Introduction JavaScript is now the assembly of the web. Rather than wait on language innovation in the design by committee web standards world, many choose to use more advanced languages and tooling to develop in, that then compile to JavaScript. Transpilers, also known as source to source compilers or transcompilers, are used to translates source code to another form of source code. They are popular and numerous, not just for JavaScript, but also for C, and many other languages. In this article I cover why they are valuable for JavaScript developers, give details on the popular ones in the…
  • Message Systems in Programming: Part 7 of 7 – Conclusions

    JesterXL
    24 Dec 2014 | 8:01 am
    Conclusions As you can see, each messaging system has pro’s and con’s. Also, each can, and often is, used in tandem with each other. They aren’t always stand alone, and many are used in the same code base. As you better understand the basics of messaging systems, you can more easily make your Object Oriented code bases easier to encapsulate. It also makes it easier when using Design Patterns to have disparate parts of the code talk to each other in a flexible way. Why Write This and Other Random Notes For context, the whole reason I wrote this article is I had no idea why…
  • Message Systems in Programming: Part 6 of 7 – Streams

    JesterXL
    24 Dec 2014 | 8:01 am
    Streams Streams are merely Array’s that emit change events through a callback when items are added to it. That’s it. People try to make them sound magical, complicated, or like some core savior technique of programming life. They’re not. They’ve been around long before me in networking code. They’re how Github visualizes different branches. They’re just Arrays that emit change events to a callback you can filter before you get the event. You don’t even have to use events; you could just use any value you want. Most implementations also play nice with…
 
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  • Announcing the Biggest VM Sizes Available in the Cloud: New Azure GS-VM Series

    2 Sep 2015 | 10:51 am
    Today, we’re announcing the release of the new Azure GS-series of Virtual Machine sizes, which enable Azure Premium Storage to be used with Azure G-series VM sizes. These VM sizes are now available to use in both our US and Europe regions. Earlier this year we released the G-series of Azure Virtual Machines – which provide the largest VM size provided by any public cloud provider.  They provide up to 32-cores of CPU, 448 GB of memory and 6.59 TB of local SSD-based storage.  Today’s release of the GS-series of Azure Virtual Machines enables you to now use these large VMs with…
  • Announcing Great New SQL Database Capabilities in Azure

    27 Aug 2015 | 9:13 am
    Today we are making available several new SQL Database capabilities in Azure that enable you to build even better cloud applications.  In particular: We are introducing two new pricing tiers for our  Elastic Database Pool capability.  Elastic Database Pools enable you to run multiple, isolated and independent databases on a private pool of resources dedicated to just you and your apps.  This provides a great way for software-as-a-service (SaaS) developers to better isolate their individual customers in an economical way. We are also introducing new higher-end scale options…
  • Announcing Windows Server 2016 Containers Preview

    19 Aug 2015 | 9:01 am
    At DockerCon this year, Mark Russinovich, CTO of Microsoft Azure, demonstrated the first ever application built using code running in both a Windows Server Container and a Linux container connected together. This demo helped demonstrate Microsoft's vision that in partnership with Docker, we can help bring the Windows and Linux ecosystems together by enabling developers to build container-based distributed applications using the tools and platforms of their choice. Today we are excited to release the first preview of Windows Server Containers as part of our Windows Server 2016 Technical…
  • Released Today: Visual Studio 2015, ASP.NET 4.6, ASP.NET 5 & EF 7 Previews

    20 Jul 2015 | 8:14 am
    Today is a big day with major release announcements for Visual Studio 2015, Visual Studio 2013 Update 5, and .NET Framework 4.6. All these releases have been covered in great detail on Soma’s Blog, Visual Studio Blog, and .NET Blog.  Join us online for the Visual Studio 2015 Release Event, where you can see Soma, Brian Harry, Scott Hanselman, and many other demo new Visual Studio 2015 features and technologies. This year, in a new segment called “In The Code”, we share how a team of Microsoft engineers created a real app in 3 days. There will be opportunities along the way to…
  • New Azure Billing APIs Available

    24 Jun 2015 | 10:59 pm
    Organizations moving to the cloud can achieve significant cost savings.  But to achieve the maximum benefit you need to be able to accurately track your cloud spend in order to monitor and predict your costs. Enterprises need to be able to get detailed, granular consumption data and derive insights to effectively manage their cloud consumption. I’m excited to announce the public preview release of two new Azure Billing APIs today: the Azure Usage API and Azure RateCard APIwhich provide customers and partners programmatic access to their Azure consumption and pricing details: Azure…
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    The Dojo Toolkit Blog

  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending August 21, 2015

    Dylan Schiemann
    24 Aug 2015 | 7:15 am
    Each week we get a bit closer to Dojo 2. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 2 This past week we made progress on many of the Dojo 2 packages: class declaration No updates last week. Core New pull request to address issues with timeout test cases Address issues with URLSearchParams README updates eviewed updated lang.isObject to work in ES6 Crypto No updates last week. dom README updates started Improved delegate() selector matching performance Discussion: Should delegate include the delegation root when matching selectors? dstore Further updates to PR to Convert…
  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending August 14, 2015

    Dylan Schiemann
    17 Aug 2015 | 12:36 pm
    Each week we get a bit closer to Dojo 2. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 2 This past week we made progress on many of the Dojo 2 packages: class declaration We had a lengthy discussion over class declaration vs. composition, and options for implementing a solution that is convenient and flexible for both developers and the generated code using decorators. Core Landed PR for Object.assign Landed PR for improving request tests README updates Crypto No updates last week. dom New PR for Improved delegate() selector matching performance Test for delegate selector…
  • Dojo Recap – Week Ending August 7, 2015

    Dylan Schiemann
    10 Aug 2015 | 6:01 am
    Each week we get a bit closer to Dojo 2. Let us know if you would like to get involved! Last week in Dojo 2 This past week we made progress on many of the Dojo 2 packages: class declaration Class declaration is an approach to replace dojo/_base/declare. Given the need for something that will work well with both TypeScript and JavaScript, options for mixins and traits have been explored. We are currently working on a prototype using TypeScript decorators. Core Overall, the core package is near alpha complete. Core contains APIs for feature detection, asynchronous and streaming operations,…
  • Dojo Autumn 2015 Events

    Dylan Schiemann
    9 Aug 2015 | 5:45 am
    There are a number of Dojo events this autumn. Some of these events are still tentative, so we’ll add links once they are confirmed. We hope to meet you at one of these events. Let us know if there’s an event you would like to host in your area. Conferences Conferences we’re planning to attend and/or deliver talks. Connect JS, Atlanta, October 16-17 FullStack, London, October 26-28 HalfStack, London, November 13 CSS Day, Phoenix, December 6 Meetups London Ajax, London, September 9 London Ajax, London, October 13 CambridgeJS, Cambridge, November 9 Training Workshops Intern.
  • Case Study: OpenXT

    Dylan Schiemann
    6 Aug 2015 | 7:00 am
    This post continues our series of interviews with users of Dojo. This time, we interview Rob Moran who worked on OpenXT during his days at Citrix. OpenXT is a type 1 hypervisor. VM Networks Q: How did you first learn about Dojo? A: We first learnt about Dojo while researching front-end toolkits and frameworks. We were looking to implement a new system to bring some modularity to an existing enterprise grade JavaScript project. Q: Why did you choose Dojo? A: We specifically needed a tool which had a resilient UI framework. We were impressed with how easily we could trivially extend UI…
 
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    Official jQuery Blog

  • jQuery Foundation and Dojo Foundation to Merge

    Kris Borchers
    1 Sep 2015 | 7:37 am
    United Foundation to Advance the Open Web by Serving Developers The jQuery Foundation and Dojo Foundation today announce plans to combine forces to form the largest, most diverse and most comprehensive Foundation committed to building the Open Web by serving developers, their projects and their communities. “This merger elevates Web accessibility, openness and developer education, and will advance the Open Web and improve the developer experience significantly,” said Kris Borchers, jQuery Foundation Executive Director. “Every Open Source project needs community, governance and technical…
  • Foundation Board Update – Renewed Focus on Key Priorities

    Greg Wallace
    30 Jul 2015 | 11:57 am
    In June, the jQuery Foundation Board of Directors held an in-person meeting, hosted by Famous in their San Francisco offices. During the meeting, the Board agreed to the following priorities to fulfill the Foundation’s Mission of improving the open web, making it accessible for everyone, through the development and support of open source software, and collaboration with the development community. Our priorities are: Diversity: Open source depends on contributions. An organization’s vitality can be destroyed by having a closed group that excludes or even actively antagonizes…
  • jQuery Foundation Project Updates

    Greg Wallace
    30 Jul 2015 | 11:57 am
    In order to make it easier for jQuery Foundation Members and Web developers to quickly stay abreast of all our projects, we will periodically publish consolidated project updates here. jQuery Core Powering 2/3 of sites, jQuery is a fast, small, and feature-rich JavaScript library Since last December’s release, the team has been hard at work on a major 3.0 release. This release – the alpha of which came out on July 8 – comes with many updates (including Promises/A+ compliant Deferreds) and bug fixes, and it finally removes some previously deprecated and underused features. Links:…
  • Get Some Credit!

    Greg Wallace
    30 Jul 2015 | 10:57 am
    Submit Your Project for the jQuery Foundation Web Excellence Program How awesome is your project/site/integration/app? Probably really awesome, otherwise, you wouldn’t be doing it, right?!? The jQuery Foundation wants to tell the world about all the incredible things developers are doing with jQuery Foundation projects. That’s why we are launching the jQuery Foundation Web Excellence program. Here’s how it works: You pick the category or categories in which you want to submit (See category descriptions below) Tell us about you, your company/project, and how jQuery Foundation projects…
  • jQuery 3.0 and jQuery Compat 3.0 Alpha Versions Released

    Timmy Willison
    13 Jul 2015 | 4:11 pm
    It’s been a long time since we did a major release, and you certainly deserve one. So we’re glad to announce the first alpha of jQuery 3.0! Despite the 3.0 version number, we anticipate that these releases shouldn’t be too much trouble when it comes to upgrading existing code. Yes, there are a few breaking changes that justified the major version bump, but we’re hopeful these breakages don’t actually affect that many people. The jQuery Migrate plugin can help you to identify compatibility issues in your code as well. Your feedback on the changes in this alpha…
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  • What Every Junior iOS Developer Needs to Know

    Gabe Nadel
    2 Sep 2015 | 8:00 am
    Developing apps for iOS has been a growing sector for some time. The versatility and ubiquity of the iPhone and iPad gave scores of developers a chance to bring their wild ideas to life and parade them in front of an enormous – and relatively wealthy – captive audience. In the initial gold rush and for some time after, there was real money to be made making technically simple apps which might appeal to niche audiences or just be good for a laugh. Indie developers were trying their hands at all sort of apps and entrepreneurs of all stripes needed coders to bring their next big…
  • Go Back to School With Treehouse

    Faye Bridge
    1 Sep 2015 | 12:54 pm
    The months have flown by and summer is coming to an end, but with all endings, come exciting new beginnings, and this month that means it’s Back to School Time! You don’t have to be starting a new school year or a college semester to join in the fun. We want to remind all of you out there to embrace the eager student inside you. How does learning exciting and valuable new skills sound? Ones that can jump start or change your career in only a few months? And, what do you think of being able to learn at your own pace and on your own schedule? Well, we’re talking about learning…
  • How to be a Resourceful Indie Game Developer

    Nick Pettit
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:00 am
    The thought of making a video game can be daunting. There’s code to write, 3D assets to model and texture, sound design, music, gameplay, voice acting, multiplayer, platform integration, marketing, bugs to patch… The list never seems to end. It might seem like any game, even something simple, requires millions of dollars and a giant team of people. However, lots of modern games are built and released by small teams; often a team of one. How can the cross-disciplinary nature of games and the sheer volume of work be managed by just one or two people? Let me tell you how I do it. Use…
  • New Course Roundup: How to Make a Video Game and Express Basics

    Faye Bridge
    31 Aug 2015 | 8:30 am
    Every week, new content is published to the growing Treehouse Library! Here is a short list of what was added the week of August 24, 2015. COURSES How to Make a Video Game – Nick Pettit In this course, you’ll learn how to make a video game. If you’ve never programmed before, this is the place to start. You’ll create a video game for Windows and Mac OS X where the player must hop a frog character around a swamp to collect flies. Meanwhile, a predatory bird chases the player around. You’ll learn about the Unity game engine and the C# programming language, which…
  • Learn Game Development at Treehouse!

    Nick Pettit
    27 Aug 2015 | 9:15 am
    Today I’m excited to announce that Treehouse is teaching Game Development! If you’re already a Treehouse student, you can take the first course How to Make a Video Game right now. Here’s the trailer: Why Games? Why Now? You’re probably familiar with popular entertainment titles for PC, consoles, and mobile, but the same technology is also used in numerous industries for simulation, training, data visualization, and much more. Video games are more than just a game; Many people are surprised to learn that financially, the gaming industry is now larger than film or…
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  • Product Leaders forum 2015 – Conference Highlights

    Vinod Ganjoo
    31 Aug 2015 | 7:05 am
    Q2 or we say midyear is the time for most of the conferences to cast their shadow on trending technologies which are buzzing across the globe. It was a Friday afternoon and I was all set to attend the Product Leaders Forum 2015 happening in Hyatt Conference hall, Pune. The Product Leaders Forum, 2015 turned out to be an incredible experience which I will take ahead in my professional career here at Harbinger Systems. I along with my colleague, Prashant Sachdev, attended this event. The Product Leaders Forum, Pune (PLF 2015), witnessed participation of more than 300 attendees along with 30+…
  • APIs- Molding the Internet of Things

    Eshan Sarpotdar
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:14 am
    The Internet of Things is growing tenfold, not to forget that it is roping every gadget in its shadow which has the potential to simplify our lives. Technology has grown equally, humans can achieve much more tasks right at their fingertips. The concept – Internet of Things (IoT) is fueled widely by startups lately. These new entrants are finding innovative means to command over machinery/electronic gadgets and other human task simplifying tools. IoT comes into the picture when four things are met – software, hardware, connectivity and purpose. In all of these four components,…
  • How Material UI Differs?

    Tushar Phatak
    26 Aug 2015 | 7:44 am
    Google launched the Android Lollypop aka Android L, a mobile operation system for Android phones couple of months back. One of the major updates in this version was “Material UI”. As part of our team’s culture in learning and implementing new emerging technologies/methods, we showcased various visuals of this new design style. It was noted that users found it difficult to figure out and appreciate the differences in the new Material UI design. This observation was validated upon my discussion with many peers and with this blog talk about how the difference Material UI has brought and…
  • Service Layer in Rails Application

    Anand Joshi
    21 Aug 2015 | 7:44 am
    Most of the applications today are based on a multi-tiered architecture to uphold the business needs of a flexible, agile and a scalable system. When you have applications which cater to more than one client and involve multifaceted transactional use cases, maintainability and scalability of such applications are major concerns. Implementing a service layer has proven to aid in easier management, data abstraction and scalability of such applications. For today, we will discuss about implementing service layer in rails application. So what is a service layer? A service layer is something which…
  • Technology Trends in Human Capital Management: A Dynamic Makeover

    Archana Mane
    14 Aug 2015 | 7:14 am
    Continuously changing business needs and advanced technology have worked as a catalyst for a complete metamorphosis of HR industry over time. ‘’HR technology is exploding with growth and innovation’’ says Josh Bersin, Principal and Founder, Bersin by Deloitte. The businesses today are facing a number of challenges with a constantly fluctuating, unpredictable, complex and competitive global market. Human resource will thus require a fresh approach for supporting new business strategies. “Workforce” being the core of any business, modern HR practices need to be implemented in apt…
 
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