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Swift Foundations for iBeacon Technology

Swift Foundations for iBeacon Technology

Posted on Jul 29th, 2014 - By Gabriel Arronte

iBeacons are small Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) devices that use proximity sensing to transmit a universally unique identifier (UUID). For example, it can allow retailers to know where users are around their store and push targeted information to customer’s mobile devices.

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Flexibility & Agility: The Future of SDKs

Flexibility & Agility: The Future of SDKs

Posted on Jul 22nd, 2014 - By Jeremy Dyer

Building large, dependable applications is no longer limited to large, cumbersome companies. Today, smaller, more agile companies are in the mix too, thanks to those fine folks spending their hours in open-source development.

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A Craftsman’s Pride

A Craftsman’s Pride

Posted on Apr 21st, 2014 - By Ed Grasing

When people ask me about Make & Build, amongst the first questions I get is, How do you keep all those different personalities on the same page? The answer I always offer is that I don’t manage down to that level, and the reason why is that you don’t need to if employees come to the company for the right reasons.

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Ready for Takeoff

Ready for Takeoff

Posted on Apr 20th, 2014 - By Ed Grasing

Some desks are just desks, others: creative launch pads. Each member of the Make & Build team was hand selected for a purpose. It seems only fitting that their desks received the same individual attention.

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AWS – CloudFront vs S3

AWS – CloudFront vs S3

Posted on Aug 30th, 2013 - By Tom Elrod

Use Case The S3 storage service within Amazon Web Services provides a very simple way to store and host data. Once particular scenario in which it proves to be very convenient is in the hosting of JavaScript files that will be pulled down into browsers via call outs within web site pages.

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