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IoT Tech Expo: Free Developer Conference, Workshop & Expo in 3 weeks
Covering the evolving tech available to developers, the IoT Tech Expo will be hosting a free ‘Developing & IoT Technologies’ conference in Berlin on the 13-14th June, in addition to a Samsung ARTIK Workshop and exhibition of over 100 companies.

http://bit.ly/IoTTechExpoBerlin2016

Speakers include:

- Moe Tanabian, Vice President of Engineering, Chief Design Officer-IoT, Samsung Electronics
- Jackson Bond, Co-Founder- Head of Product, relayr
- Robert Quirke, Vice President of Technology and Business Services, IDA Ireland
- Suzanne Nguyen, Senior Director, Head Developer Connection, Emerging Platforms, Samsung
- Stefan Hoppe, Vice President, OPC Foundation
- Petra Sundström, Director Group Connectivity, Husqvarna Group
- Bernd Behler, CTO, tresmo
- Nikolas Samios, Managing Director, German Startups Group
- Louay Bassbouss, Senior Project Manager - Future Applications and Media, Fraunhofer
- Dr. Dave Raggett, Fellow, W3C

The expo will feature the likes of Samsung, Ubuntu, Vodafone, Beckhoff, Relayr, Ford, Copa-Data, Solace Systems, Kii, EBV Elektronik, IDA Ireland, CUBE, The Qt Company, OPC Foundation, Rutronik, Develco Products, Zolertia and more.

Samsung will be hosting a hands-on workshop on day 1 which will cover IoT from module to cloud with ARTIK as the centrepiece. Limited places available. Find out more and apply here: http://bit.ly/SamsungWorkshop

You can find out more about the event and register FREE here: http://bit.ly/IoTTechExpoBerlin2016

The IoT Tech Expo will also host events in Santa Clara this October and return to London in January. Registration is now open for both:

Santa Clara - 20-21 October : http://bit.ly/IoTSantaClara2016

London - 23-24 January 2017 : http://bit.ly/IoTLondon2017
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5 Benefits of AngularJS Development.
AngularJS is a leading JavaScript framework which has a very rapid adoption in development community globally. Initial release was back in 2009 but it gained traction towards end of 2012 when there was rise in MVC based JS implementation. AngularJS is created by Google which is another reason of it being very popular. Software development fundamentals include developing solutions in a systematic manner which are scale-able, clean, performance centric and secure. With MVC advantage AngularJS provides a very systematic approach to implement your web application. Development community across the globe is focusing more and more on tailoring applications with sanity. In other words developing every piece of software with the future in mind which makes the process of enhancement, upgradation and changes much easier and not complex. Following are few of the many benefits which you can avail by using it AngularJS for your business: 1. MVVM Architecture: AngularJS is having MVVM Architecture which stands for Model-View-ViewModel. It is a robust foundation to design applications, whereby Model is the data in the application. ViewModel helps maintain specific views & View is the HTML that exists after AngularJS has parsed and compiled HTML to include markups and bindings. 2. Declarative User Interface: HTML is being used to define user interface while implementing AngularJS. HTML being declarative language is very intuitive & structured as compared to defining interface using standard JavaScript. Few of the imminent benefits which it provides are: Comparatively less likely to break as compared to JavaScript Special attributes facilitates the selection of corresponding elements Provides overall simplification in approach of implementation 3. Two way Data Binding Among the most prominent feature of AngularJS is two way data binding. In other word any changes to View updates the model and vice versa. Any changes to the user interface are immediately reflected in the underlying data model and vice versa. Hence Data model can function as core unit based on which view of the application can rely. Two way data binding is possible in other data frameworks but with AngularJS the implementation is made seamless. 4. Leverage by writing less code AngularJS provides overall benefit whereby you can do more with less. With declarative user interface, two way data binding, POJO data models and filters you need to write less code which brings about more productivity & reduces the overall complexity of the project implementation. 5. Unit Testing Ready AngularJS is all for Test Driven Development (TDD). Quality is the biggest challenge of software industry which is being overcome by effective manual & automated testing processes. With AngularJS the code written in JavaScript comes through series of tests. By following testing best practices with AngularJS development you ensure that there overall quality of the software is improved. In the fast changing technology times your business should benefit from the latest technologies. Your choice for technology should always consider the latest advancements and keep the future perspective of the system. AngularJS is among the technologies which should definitely be explored and implemented for your business needs.

http://www.cmarix.com/5-benefits-of-angularjs-development/
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Project management basics for freelance designers.
Designers are often bad at self-management, especially if they come from agency environments where they’ve relied on a bunch of project management professionals to deal with practicalities, financials and planning the work. So when a typical agency designer is starting his/her first freelancing gig, learning to be a project manager is essential (and it’s a hell of a task if you’ve never done it before).
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Welcome to Native Client

To get the SDK and
installation instructions
visit the SDK Download page.
Native Client is a sandbox for running compiled C and C++ code in the browser efficiently and securely, independent of the user’s operating system. Portable Native Client extends that technology with architecture independence, letting developers compile their code once to run in any website and on any architecture with ahead-of-time (AOT) translation.

In short, Native Client brings the performance and low-level control of native code to modern web browsers, without sacrificing the security and portability of the web. Watch the video below for an overview of Native Client, including its goals, how it works, and how Portable Native Client lets developers run native compiled code on the web.
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What is your opinion about Webassembly?

The Web assembled! :P Mozilla, Google, and Others, are working together to build — what it seems to be — the standard solution to run bytecode in Browsers: Webassembly. 

Webassembly will not replace JavaScript language and JavaScript engines in Browsers. Webassembly won't translate JavaScript into binary code either. So how does it work then? The process is somehow similar to what happens with ASM.js. You develop your program in a compiled language like C/C++ and give it as input, but instead of a low-level subset of JavaScript as output, you get a portable bytecode that runs in any Browser implementing Webassembly. For Browsers that do not support Webassembly, a polyfill is being implemented to translate Webassembly to ASM.js that, being JavaScript, runs everywhere. 

The advantages of Webassembly are not limited to performance. It may be used also to run critical parts of your code (or even the whole business logic), probably reducing some of the current risks of running JavaScript on the client side, like plain-text code or data encryption on the client (aggravated by the malleable runtime). 

Do you see this as a good thing for the Web? Does it threatens the current JavaScript supremacy? What's your opinion on the subject? 

Articles about the subject 
- http://techcrunch.com/2015/06/17/google-microsoft-mozilla-and-others-team-up-to-launch-webassembly-a-new-binary-format-for-the-web/#.vqdyrv:5FUf 
- https://blog.mozilla.org/luke/2015/06/17/webassembly/ 
- https://brendaneich.com/2015/06/from-asm-js-to-webassembly/ 

Related with the subject 
- Mozilla's ASM.js: http://asmjs.org/ 
- Google's Portable Native Client: https://developer.chrome.com/native-client 
- LLVM: http://www.aosabook.org/en/llvm.html
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