Links for November 9th through November 16th

  • Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPhone and iPad – Updated for iOS 7. Tools and APIs required to build applications for the iPhone and iPad platform using the iOS SDK. User interface designs for mobile devices and unique user interactions using multi-touch technologies. Object-oriented design using model-v
  • Android vs. iOS Development: Fight! | TechCrunch – The eternal startup question "Android or iOS first?" grows ever thornier, with news that Android’s market share exceeds 80%. But never mind the managers and non-technical founders: what do developers! developers! think of that divide? Whoever makes life easier for them gains a sizable edge.
  • Java EE 6 vs. Spring Framework: A technology decision making process – Pure Java EE 6 Stack vs. Spring with Java EE – The following blog article summarizes key issues I found interesting when you consider one of those technology stack options. I will not try to convince somebody to choose either of the two. It’s the decision making process and the key arguments that are important to me and that I want to share.
  • Security Concerns Not Slowing Public Cloud Adoption – If CIOs are so scared about public cloud security, why is infrastructure as a service adoption proceeding at breakneck pace?
  • RocksDB | A persistent key-value store for fast storage environments – RocksDB is an embeddable persistent key-value store for fast storage. RocksDB can also be the foundation for a client-server database but our current focus is on embedded workloads. RocksDB builds on LevelDB to be scalable to run on servers with many CPU
  • Surprise! Java is fastest for server-side Web apps – In benchmarks, Java-based frameworks enjoy big performance lead over rivals, but other factors entice developers as well
  • Eclipse 3.6 vs IntelliJ IDEA 10.5: Pros and Cons | Java Code Geeks – After having worked with Eclipse for over 5 years I’ve came to use IntelliJ IDEA intensively on a J2EE project in three months and took this as an opportunity to compare the two. You can’t really compare 5 years and 3 months but I still believe that it is
  • On-Demand Webinar: Using PhoneGap and Couchbase Lite to Create Data-Intensive Applications – In this webinar you'll see how you can use PhoneGap and Couchbase Lite together to create highly responsive, datacentric applications in HTML5 or JavaScript that are always-available regardless of network connectivity.
  • Pivotal Introduces Pivotal One, The World’s First Next-Generation Multi-Cloud Enterprise PaaS – Pivotal Introduces Pivotal One, The World's First Next-Generation Multi-Cloud Enterprise PaaS
  • An Introduction to Nitra | JetBrains Company Blog – Nitra is not only about creating and extending existing languages, but it also about tooling. Defining a syntax module will also provide features such as syntax highlighting, code folding, static analysis, refactoring, navigation and symbol lookup, effectively all the features that we provide in our existing tools and IDE’s.
  • dataset: databases for lazy people – The answer is that programmers are lazy, and thus they tend to prefer the easiest solution they find. And in Python, a database isn’t the simplest solution for storing a bunch of structured data. This is what dataset is going to change!
  • 7 Things That Make Google F1 and the FoundationDB SQL Layer So Strikingly Similar – Below are seven of the strongest similarities; All quotes come directly from the above mentioned Google F1 paper. Read on and make up your own mind.
  • Slides: Mobile is eating the world – Quartz – This is a high-level view of mobile devices and usage worldwide, and the dynamics that shape them. Click to skip ahead to each section: mobile scale, tablets, ecosystem, mobile social & discovery.
  • Why You Should Never Use MongoDB – When you’re picking a data store, the most important thing to understand is where in your data — and where in its connections — the business value lies. If you don’t know yet, which is perfectly reasonable, then choose something that won’t paint you into a
  • Research Publications at Facebook – Giving people the power to share and connect requires constant innovation. At Facebook, we solve technical problems no one else has seen because no one else has built a social network of this size.
    Working at the intersection of research and engineering to make the world more open and connected is one of the best things about being at Facebook right now.
  • In The Age Of Twitter, Do We Need Oracle? Larry Ellison Isn’t Sure – Modern computing depends less and less on established technology vendors like Oracle. Just ask Twitter. Or Larry Ellison.
  • Sample Mobile Application with AngularJS – In recent months, I have been sharing different versions of the Employee Directory sample application built with different technology stacks, different frameworks, and different back-end (REST services) implementations. A number of you have asked for a version of the application built with AngularJS. So here it is

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