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Create your own web service for an iOS app, part two

Create your own web service for an iOS app, part two | Custom software development | Scoop.it
This installment in our iOS development series details how to connect to the web service you created and start fetching data.

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IDC Sees Costly Battle for Cloud Developers Ahead

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An already fierce battle for primacy among cloud services will shift into a more costly phase next year, IDC predicts. To the victors go the spoils--software developers.

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Create your own web service for an iOS app, part two

Create your own web service for an iOS app, part two | Custom software development | Scoop.it
This installment in our iOS development series details how to connect to the web service you created and start fetching data.

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Software Development Engineer in Test (SDET), Senior - SharePoint - Redmond, WA

The SharePoint CRACLE (Cloud Reliability and Code Lifecycle Engineering) team is seeking a self-motivated SDET who is passionate about services engineering and service quality. Come work on developing the roadmap for the next generation engineering productivity tools and service delivery features! Full info/apply: http://bit.ly/1cTSujn

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New SDLC: Security Development Life Cycle

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Welcome to CodeSpread!When I heard Security Development Life Cycle, my first reaction was, is it really possible? But, as always, Microsoft surprised me with the introduction of SDL. I just went th...
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It is a simple framework for the pragmatic inclusion of security practices in the software development process.

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CIOs put jobs on line by outsourcing software testing and development

CIOs put jobs on line by outsourcing software testing and development | Custom software development | Scoop.it
Almost a third (31%) of CIOs are outing their jobs at risk by outsourcing software testing and development because a quarter of projects fail to deliver their objectives.

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Researchers develop new cloaking technology using nano antennas

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Two researchers at the University of Toronto have found a new way to cloak an object using tiny antennas. They're not making objects invisible to the human eye but making them undetectable by radar.

 

The nanoantennas they used radiate an electromagnetic field that prevents waves from reflecting back to the radar detector. The small antennas can be even printed flat to create a flexible skin for the desired object.

 

While the technology only works for radio waves at the moment, the researchers say the same principles could be applied to other waves such as light waves, which could potentially hide an object from the human eye...


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Nanoantennas can deviate electromagnetic waves, and hide what's behind them to Radar and in the future perhaps to sight. 

I guess they could also be adapted to protect electrosensitive people from incoming waves that trigger discomfort ... 

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Software Development Engineer (SDE) - MVR, Xbox - Seattle, WA

Our Xbox Music, Video and Reading team is looking for an SDE to join the team and help build groundbreaking entertainment experiences in Music and Video across several platforms, including Windows, Xbox One and Phone. Intrigued? Full info/apply here: http://bit.ly/HFG9le

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