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Code is like humor. When you have to explain it, it’s bad.
Code is like humor. When you have to explain it, it’s bad.

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Compile-time typed actors made right! #scala #akka

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We never thought a video would be watched in numbers greater than a 32-bit integer (=2,147,483,647 views), but that was before we met PSY. "Gangnam Style" has been viewed so many times we have to upgrade!

Hover over the counter in PSY's video to see a little math magic and stay tuned for bigger and bigger numbers on YouTube. 
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My goodness... 😨
In the days before GoPro...
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Great talk about social engineering by Apollo Robbins!
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Join the ‪#‎bbuzz‬ workshops on Wednesday, May 28!
Attend the Data Stream Mining Hackathon or the Elasticsearch Hackfest on the last day of Berlin Buzzwords!

Please find more information here:
http://berlinbuzzwords.de/hackathons
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Das schönste Feuerwerk hat immernoch #london !  Dieses Jahr wieder super gelungen, aber 12/13 Live war einfach nur der Hammer. #newyearseve2014  
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The Internet of Things is coming

This is why I love Silicon Valley. I've given dozens of speeches about our book, "Age of Context," and only after speaking at PARC (Palo Alto Research Center, which is where Steve Jobs got the ideas for the original Macintosh) did a guy come up to me with a fist full of new small computers. 

These things don't just have their own ARM processor on them, but a radio and some memory as well, along with a couple of sensors. They are coming in 2014 to enable new kinds of "things." What kinds of things? Well, your shirt might have a computer built into it in the future.

"What about battery?" I asked.

Jeremy Walker, CEO of Iota (these are his hands and his computers) says that they already have the ability to generate power by movement or through solar (the generator would be on a separate chip). 

What was really mind blowing is that after he showed me these, he said "and here's our prototypes coming in 2015." Another hand, but these computers were less than half the size of the ones in the photo below.

http://www.iotacomputing.com/ has more on this interesting new startup.
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