Most of the big items are now complete: all new electrical, lights, HVAC, stairs, conference rooms, bathrooms and pantry. We’re just waiting on the new glass entrance door and old maple floors. Target move back date: October 1st.Continue reading
Accessibility expert and former BS employee Svetlana Kouznetsova gave a TEDx presentation on video captions and why they are important not only for deaf people but for the medium in general. Continue reading
As most of us know by now, Serverless computing allows us to build and run applications and services without thinking about servers. Serverless applications don’t require us to provision, scale, and manage any servers.
We can build them for nearly any type of application or backend service, and everything required to run and scale our application with high availability is handled for us. Continue reading
Over the past several months, we’ve had a number of developers join our team in New York and Ukraine, but we’re constantly growing and we are still looking for more! Continue reading
Adobe Software announced today that they are buying Magento. Just like Day Software’s CQ a few years ago, this is another good package we like, have experience with, integrate with, frequently recommend to our customers and now it is also part of the growing Adobe portfolio. I think Adobe is reading our mail.
Amazon announced the launch of GameOn last week, an API which allows developers the ability to add eSports functionality to their mobile games while rewarding players with in-game or real-world prizes. Continue reading
Oracle released Java SE 10 today – March 20, 2018. This is the first release under their new six-month release schedule. Lots of good, new stuff in there, such as a consolidated JDK environment, new local variable types and application data class sharing. Exciting!
The site Freedom to Tinker, which is hosted by Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy, has started publishing an ongoing series called “No Boundries” around the topic of how third-party scripts on sites can exploit browsers to collect/extract user data in growing ways.
Their second installment focuses on how the well-known vulnerabilities of browser login managers can provide trackers with user information – not for the purposes of stealing passwords which has been looked at many times, but for the purposes of web tracking which can then be monetized to other companies. Continue reading
It’s now easier and cheaper to build pub/sub architectures with AWS.
For any of you Node.js folks out there already using serverless frameworks like ‘The Serverless Framework‘ , you’ll definitely want to checkout the really cool Claudia.js framework…