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Big Data and Hadoop… It’s all About the Use Cases!

Big Data and Hadoop… It’s all About the Use Cases!

Posted on May 20th, 2013 - By Tony Verde

“We are ready to get started with Hadoop and we know exactly what we need to do…” said no one ever. “We are interested in implementing a Hadoop based solution, but are struggling with how to get started…” is more typical.

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Building Titanium with Alloy Slidedeck

Building Titanium with Alloy Slidedeck

Posted on Feb 14th, 2013 - By Andrew Zuercher

For those that were able to attend last night’s Building Titanium with Alloy meetup, I’ve attached the slide deck so that you can review the examples and access the references in the talk. For those that were not able to attend the talk, I’m sorry that you missed out and please feel free to consume the keynote albeit without the color of being live and in person. I’ll also be looking to convert this deck into a set of post(s) as well in the next couple of weeks.

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Styling Techniques for Targeting Multiple Platforms with Titanium

Styling Techniques for Targeting Multiple Platforms with Titanium

Posted on Jan 16th, 2013 - By Andrew Zuercher

When building an application for both iOS and Android with Titanium you may run into a set of styling challenges. What do I do when my UI components are essentially the same in concept, but have slightly different styling properties?

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Distributing Android and iOS Applications for QA

Distributing Android and iOS Applications for QA

Posted on Dec 10th, 2012 - By Andrew Zuercher

If you are building a mobile application with an agile process then you know that dropping a release and getting feedback on it is critical to the success of the project. For those that have not done it before, this can be quite daunting.

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Asynchronous Programming Techniques with Async.js and Titanium

Asynchronous Programming Techniques with Async.js and Titanium

Posted on Dec 4th, 2012 - By Andrew Zuercher

When developing integrated mobile applications, the UI may expose components that are best suited to mediation. This is very true when for example invoking an asynchronous service. By nature all web service calls are asynchronous, so this makes the best sense.

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