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Webinar: Scaling CFML Applications with Couchbase NoSQL Server

We are very excited to partner up with the great folks at Couchbase to bring you an awesome webinar on November 19th, 2013. Myself, Brad and Tug will …

Databases

Introducing: Ortus FuseGuard Firewall Module

We are so excited to announce the availability of <b>FuseGuard</b>, the application firewall for CFML, as a ColdBox and ContentBox Module. We teamed up with …

Information Security

TestBox BDD/xUnit Testing v1.0.0 Release Candidate Released

We are so stoked to bring you the Release Candidate version of: TestBox. TestBox is a next generation testing framework for ColdFusion that is based …

JavaScript

Bitcoin Companies and Entrepreneurs Can't Get Bank Accounts

In the first week of July, Jay Shore got bad news. U.S. Bank and Chase informed him they were closing the accounts for his company, Coinabul, a San Diego-based precious metals buyer that sells silver and gold for Bitcoin. They didn’t want to house his half-million dollars. Chase was mum on the …

Common Blue Pigment Could Help Make A Quantum Computer

Finding the extraordinary in the ordinary<p>Sometimes you just have to look around. A new analysis of a common blue pigment—it's used in the British five-pound note—found it has some unusual properties that make it a candidate semiconductor for quantum computers.<p>Researchers from the U.K. and Canada …

Quantum Physics

Quantum Computing Takes a Gigantic Leap Forward

An international team of scientists have just held a qubit's memory state for 39 minutes. That might not sound like much, but it's 100 times longer …

Bootstrap 3 Goes Mobile-First, Now Reportedly Powers 1% Of The Web

The team behind Bootstrap, the immensely popular grid-based, front-end framework for web development, launched the first release candidate of Bootstrap 3 includes over the weekend. Besides a tweaked look and a couple of new features (and also the removal of a few others), the most important change …

We’re on the cusp of deep learning for the masses. You can thank Google later

Google (s goog) silently did something revolutionary on Thursday. It open sourced a tool called word2vec, prepackaged deep-learning software designed …

Google Has Created A Programming Language That Thumbs Its Nose At Oracle

Ellison thinks Android copies a programming language owned by Oracle called Java.<p>Google is working on the ultimate come-back: It has created a programming language called Golang, or Go, that some people say can replace Java altogether.<p>Java was developed 20 years ago at Sun Microsystems and has …

San Francisco

Super useful tools for CSS coding

Pure CSS<p>Brought to you by Yahoo, Pure is a set of CSS modules that you can use as a basis in every web project. It makes CSS development easier and …

The Man Who Would Build a Computer the Size of the Entire Internet

Google runs its web empire on computers the size of warehouses.<p>Inside the massive data centers that drive things like Google Search and Gmail and …

Amazon Web Services: should you stay or should you go?

Amazon(s amzn) Web Services is the default, go-to IT infrastructure of choice for startups, right? Right. Er, well not <i>always.</i><p>No one disputes that AWS …

A Guide to Web Components | CSS-Tricks

By Rob Dodson On November 11, 2013 HTML<p><i>The following is a guest post by Rob Dodson (@rob_dodson). Rob and I were going back and forth in CodePen</i> …

Encapsulate What Varies

<i>Nicholas Cloud is a Software Architect at appendTo and has a real passion for deconstructing business problems, creating abstract, reusable and</i> …

How to Work With Software Engineers

My ten-step plan for working with engineers<p><b>By Ken Norton</b> <br>5 min read<p>I’ve worked in technology for twenty years, the past thirteen as a product …

Signs that you're a good programmer - Software Engineering Tips

The most frequently viewed page on this site is Signs you're a bad programmer, which has also now been published on dead trees by Hacker Monthly, and …

Why I Don't Use Interface Builder

For iOS development, I don’t use Interface Builder. I haven’t willfully used a NIB (when I say NIB, I mean Interface Builder file, not the specific …

XCode

A Visual Explanation of SQL Joins

I thought Ligaya Turmelle's post on SQL joins was a great primer for novice developers. Since SQL joins <i>appear</i> to be set-based, the use of Venn …

List of unsolved problems in computer science

This article is a list of unsolved problems in computer science. A problem in computer science is considered unsolved when no solution is known, or …

GitHub Announces Octokit, The Official Way To Build Using The GitHub API

GitHub today announced Octokit, a new lineup of GitHub-maintained client libraries for the GitHub API.<p>Octokit comes in two flavors. It offers a kit for developing Ruby apps and another for Objective-C. The Ruby version is what the site describes as a simple wrapper for the GitHub API. The …

The One Cost Engineers and Product Managers Don't Consider

<i>Kris</i> <i>Gale, VP Engineering at Yammer, joined us recently for First Round CTO Summit and blew everyone away with his talk on "why the traditional</i> …

Product Management

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Imaging

Rajiv's blog - Scaling lessons learned at Dropbox, part 1

Five Useful Git Tips

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Making it simpler to take more beautiful photos - Instagram Engineering

MVC is dead, it's time to MOVE on.

MVC is a phenomenal idea. You have models, which are nice self-contained bits of state, views which are nice self-contained bits of UI, and …

JavaScript