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Dale Alexander Webb
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Chrome OS recognised!
 
Today we’re happy to announce Twilio CX for Chromebooks, a ready-to-use software powered communications solution running entirely on a Chromebook using Chrome OS. There’s no set up or installation required. As soon as you open your Chromebook, the power of cloud-communications is at your fingertips.

#callcenter   #chromebook   #softwarepeople  
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Another hosted development environment in the cloud
Nitrous.IO is a cloud-based development environment platform with a web-based IDE and cloud VMs, and supports Ruby, Python, Node.js and more.
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First 5 Dart tutorials updated for latest release of Dart Editor.

What tutorials would you like to see next? File an issue at dartbug.com with the Doc-Tutorials label.
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Using Angular with Polymer elements

+Eric Bidelman explains the similarities and differences between Angular directives and Polymer web components.

00:00 - Introduction
01:30 - similarities with markup
04:06 - differences in styling each type of component
06:42 - data-binding and Angular directive to a web component
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Want silky smooth scrolling, buttery animation and snappy user experiences? It's not JS that's stopping you

Video + notes: http://addyosmani.com/blog/making-a-site-jank-free/
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Tap into your inner soccer champion in Kick with Chrome, a new Chrome Experiment. Choose from three different games: Infinite Dribble, Space Kick, and Shootout. Then, play alone or grab up to three friends to vie for the high score on the leaderboard.

Thanks to the latest mobile web platform technologies, your phone or tablet is always your game controller in Kick with Chrome, and you can play with or without your desktop computer. Just open Chrome on your Mac or Windows laptop, Android phone or tablet, iPhone or iPad and kick things off.

g.co/KickWithChrome
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Koding is a developer community and cloud development environment where developers come together and code in the browser – with a real development server to run their code. Developers can work, collaborate, write and run apps without jumping through hoops and spending unnecessary money.
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Is this free?
If so i'd like to check it out!
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The chromium team is currently actively working on a Chrome App based Development Environment codenamed Spark at https://github.com/dart-lang/spark.

This IDE project is full of goodness:
- It is built with Dart¹, the "new language for scalable web app engineering"
- It contains a GUI widgets library powered by Polymer²
- It's public on GitHub and therefore interesting for anyone who wants to know how Dart and Polymer can be used to build the next generation of Chrome Apps.

Yet, this is still the very beginning. There's not much we can do for now.
I'll definitely keep an eye on this one though.

¹ https://www.dartlang.org/
² http://www.polymer-project.org/
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Here's a new video I created that demonstrates how to use Google Compute Engine's new load balancing feature.

Hands on with Load Balancing on Google Compute Engine

Take a look and see how easy it is to distribute your traffic across a cluster of web servers. 
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We recently produced a new solutions paper that looks at how to overcome the challenges of deploying large applications in Cloud Platform. Our paper discusses a solution that shows how to use the right tools for different developer expertise, different data storage requirements, batch processing, custom analysis engines, and much more. 

Our sample solution showcases Google App Engine applications written in PHP, Java and Python. We use Google Cloud SQL for storing video metadata, to capitalize on the popularity and reduced learning curve of MySQL, and we store the videos in Google Cloud Storage for speed and scalability. The mobile client is written in Java and runs on Android. Hadoop clusters running on Google Compute Engine analyze and add sentiments to users' comments. And the whole shebang is orchestrated by another App Engine application. To learn how to build a solution like this yourself, get started now by reading all about it. 
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Imagine a movie that includes every day of the rest of your life… FEATURED on: Fast Company, MASHABLE, CNN, TED, BBC, & many more. We believ

Chrome
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Search and browse fast with Chrome on your Android phone and tablet. Sign in to sync your personalized Chrome experience from your computer

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Google's Pwnium challenge followed a familiar pattern in its first two years, with white hat hackers invariably finding a Chrome vulnerabili

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I've been creating short posts over at academia.edu describing things I'm working on in my research, which broadly falls in the Computer Sci