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Interested in faster #innovation in #mobile and #web apps with #serverless. Find out more at http://london.serverlessconf.io/ Oct 26-28 London. 27 speakers with in depth experience of #cloud based #DevOps
October 26-28 2016. London, UK. Serverlessconf is a community led conference focused on sharing experiences building applications using serverless architectures.
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Have you ever wondered how the world can look and feel for someone with dementia? A Walk Through Dementia from Alzheimer’s Research UK is a free Android-exclusive app the gives you an insight into life with dementia through virtual reality. You can also try it with Google Cardboard for an immersive understanding of the practical and emotional impact of dementia.
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Is this new MS research or is it based on the work of Interix for their "Windows subsystem for Linux" / "Subsystem for Unix" that got shelved few years back? 
See also Scott Hanselman's blog here I'm in San Francisco this week, attending Microsoft's Build developer conference, as a sponsored guest of Microsoft. That's perhaps a bit odd for me, as I hadn't used Windows in nearly 1...
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In his latest W3C column, Dr Scott Hollier looks at the the Internet of Things (IoT), accessibility and how WAI standards can help.
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Cutting the Mustard with CSS Media Queries http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/SitepointFeed/~3/ehYHox3BETI/
Andy Kirk has another take on the controversial "cutting the mustard" technique, allowing old browsers to fall back to no stylesheet using media queries.
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Progressive Enhancement. Prolly not such an issue for intranets unless you support BYOD. This is pretty good - http://sixtwothree.org/posts/designing-with-progressive-enhancement

After many years the web comps standards still have a way to go. And then there's Safari :(
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Yesterday, Microsoft announced that websites can be turned into a Windows Store app easily. This work was developed under the codename Project "Westminster" inside Microsoft. With this project, you...
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Andre explores reactive programming, a paradigm centered on one idea: specifying the dynamic behavior of a variable only at the declaration of that variable. The benefits of this approach are the use of declarative programming and a better separation of concerns.
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He does that poodle 4 leg jump thing :)

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Unfortunately is listed as incompatible with Sony Z3 compact. I wonder if that I'd the case as is similar to Z3
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Open source, Assistive Technology, real ale, good food. What more is there?
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