M2M Community at EclipseCon
Day 2 of EclipseCon 2013 and we’ve already been seeing some strong interest in the M2M community and the kinds of projects we have been working on! The story so far There were two M2M events on day one. The first was the M2M tutorial featuring some real… View Post
Free Spring Schwag? Well, why not!
One of the aspects of my work on Cloud Foundry at VMware / the Pivotal Initiative is, of course, the superb support for the Spring Framework offered on the platform. If you, too, “speak Spring” like my good buddy and fellow Developer Advocate Josh Long (… View Post
Free Spring Schwag? Well, why not!
One of the aspects of my work on Cloud Foundry at VMware / the Pivotal Initiative is, of course, the superb support for the Spring Framework offered on the platform. If you, too, “speak Spring” like my good buddy and fellow Developer Advocate Josh Long(aka View Post
When someone recommends iSCSI
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When Jeff Douglas from CloudSpokes contacted me last week to ask if I would be interested in being a guest on their Different Spokes show to talk about Cloud Foundry, help to review a book on node.js, and generally talk tech, I was delighted to be able to… View Post
Looking back, looking forward
As I close in on my first year anniversary joining the Cloud Foundry team, we’ve passed the New Year marker and some things are in the process of changing, so I thought it was high time for a blog post – now there’s a thing! Last year was one full of… View Post shared via WordPress.com
It's official: 3D is dead | The Verge →
stoweboyd: I was right about 3d TV: no one wants it.
m2mio: Easy Arduino Registration and Publishing on... →
m2mio: A networked Arduino, a couple wires, copy/paste some code and in less than 10 minutes you’ll see your sensor values graphed in real-time and be able to see all past values you’ve ever published. This example contains two “modes” of operation: Provisioning & Normal modes. When the device is…
sutoiku: STOIC on CloudFoundry →
sutoiku: Sometime next year, we will release a version of STOIC that can be deployed anywhere, on any public cloud, or within a corporate datacenter. Today, we took a major step in this direction by successfully deploying our product on CloudFoundry, as can be seen on the following screenshot: …
If your Twitter “uptime” is over one year, I strongly encourage you to try...– Adam Brault, in a blog post entitled “I quit Twitter for a month and it completely changed my thinking about mostly everything” (via secondaryartifacts)
m2mio: A Simple Example (Arduino, MQTT, m2m.io) →
m2mio: This post shows a quick example of using MQTT and the m2m.io platform with an Arduino device. I walk through the platform from end to end starting with setting up the Arduino to capture sensor data and ending with a super simple Play! app which shows the past sensor readings by consuming the data…
Stowe Boyd: Tumblr Gets Instagrammed By Twitter →
stoweboyd: Twitter is definitely changing the rules of engagement in the social media sphere. Last month, it blocked Instagram access to finding Twitter contacts, and yesterday it did the same for Tumblr, leading Tumblr to removing its find Twitter friends feature, too. Tumblr responded to an inquiry…
Avatron: Kernel Panics, Mountain Lion, and... →
avatronblog: UPDATE: We isolated the bug and implemented a workaround in Air Display Connect version 1.6.5. If you’re running Air Display on Mountain Lion, please Check For Updates. All will be well. We discovered a fascinating obscure bug in Mountain Lion. Fortunately there’s an easy workaround….
A simple website on Cloud Foundry
I’ve been remiss in blogging since switching job roles, so it’s about time to change that! One of the goals of a Platform as a Service (PaaS) – like Cloud Foundry– is to enable developers to be more productive, more quickly. It’s about getting out of the… View Post shared via WordPress.com
The Cloud Foundry Developer Relations team will be... →
bashford: Words of a Middle Man by Christoph Steinlehner, Lino Teuteberg and Jeremias Volker at the Univerity of Applied Sciences in Potsdam watches the communication between all the connected – people, devices and servers and the messages or their activities are translated into “natural” language, making it human-readable and understandable. The narrative is to shed light on activity and...