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Music tip – Nigel Stanford – AUTOMATICA

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AUTOMATICA – Robots Vs. Music – Nigel Stanford

Update iOS apps for iPhone X

Posted by on 10:05 in iOS, Programming | 1 comment

The new display size of the iPhone X needs some adaptions on an app and website layout, especially for the safe areas at the top and the button of the display.

safe area iPhone X

Apple collected some resources for developer to adapt the apps and website:

Growing a team from zero to 300

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“Instagram’s exponential user growth and acquistion by Facebook is a recognized success story. Take a look behind the curtains at how cofounder and CTO Mike Krieger grew the engineering team from zero to 300.”

Read more: How Instagram Co-founder Mike Krieger Took Its Engineering Org from 0 to 300 People

Eclipse Oxygen – new features

Posted by on 18:34 in Eclipse, Java, Tools | 0 comments

A new version of Eclipse is there (Oxygen 4.7) with a lot of new features:
New and Noteworthy

Release plan before Eclipse Photon are Oxygen.1 (09/2017), Oxygen.2 (12/2017) and Oxygen.3 (03/2018).

Interesting visualization of global warming

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How to Make $80,000 Per Month on the Apple App Store

Posted by on 16:30 in Links, Mobile | 0 comments

“It’s far easier than you think. No luck or perseverance necessary.” …

Interested? Read Johnny Lin Medium post

The 6 best password managers

Posted by on 16:21 in Links, Mobile, Productivity | 0 comments

CSO Online takes a look to the 6 best password managers on macOS, Windows, iOS and Android

The 6 best password managers
By Tim Ferrill


Posted by on 17:33 in Java, Programming, WebTech | 0 comments

Auf der DevDay 2016 erklärte Adam Bien Microservices im Vergleich zu der Prä-Microservice Ära – absolut sehenswert:

The future of Microsoft

Posted by on 9:50 in WebTech | 0 comments

The Verge published an interesting article about the hot topics of Microsoft tech labs and why they collect so many data for the AI brain. An interesting opinion comes from Qi Lu, who says that mobile apps are not the right model for the future. But are bots and AI helper the right way to replace an app? Maybe.

Lu begins by running down the disadvantages presented by the first wave of the mobile internet. The percentage of web traffic from mobile devices has never exceeded desktop traffic he says, reflecting users’ frustration with the experience. “We know web doesn’t really work on the phone,” Lu says. And outside a handful of major categories, users are resistant to downloading apps. Seattle residents might be asked to download an app just to check the fare of a ferry they take a couple times a year — surely there’s a better model. “Our industry hasn’t found an experience platform that can unleash the entire value of mobile and the cloud,” Lu says. “Apps, fundamentally, are not the right model.”

Source: Exclusive: Why Microsoft is betting its future on AI

JavaScript universe trends in 2016?

Posted by on 16:07 in JavaScript, Programming, WebTech | 0 comments

Three Telerik developers gives a very good summary of trends in the JavaScript universe for 2016. It’s definitely worth to read:

Part 1: Frameworks by Burke Holland

Part 2: Language Enhancements by Cody Lindley

Part 3: Beyond the Browser by TJ VanToll

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