Microsoft is making big investments in the Internet of Things (IoT). Earlier this week at Microsoft Convergence 2015, Satya outlined our investments for IoT across Windows and Azure that will provide a comprehensive IoT offering for our customers and partners. In parallel, at WinHEC 2015 in Shenzhen, we provided more details on Windows 10, including... Read more
By T. K. “Ranga” Rengarajan, corporate vice president, Data Platform and Joseph Sirosh, corporate vice president, Machine Learning This week in San Jose thousands of people are at Strata + Hadoop World to explore the technology and business of big data. As part of our participation in the conference, we are pleased to announce new and enhanced Microsoft data services: a preview of Azure HDInsight running on Linux, the general … Read more »
Callback Hell, also known as Pyramid of Doom, is an anti-pattern seen in code of programmers who are not wise in the ways of asynchronous programming.
So it is definitely recommended to do it right from the get-go and avoid deeply-nested callbacks. My favourite solution for this will be the usage of the Promise object. I have been dealing with Node.js for my last few projects and Promise managed to keep my sanity in check. But if you are looking for something more edgy, you will love Generators. I will touch more in depth about both approaches below.
Last year this month Intel's CEO Brian Krzanich introduced the world to the Intel Edison chip. This year he is introducing to us the Intel Curie, a button sized module using the Intel Quark SE SoC designed for wearables.. . Curie is designed to be efficient at always on applications in form factors such as rings, bags, fitness trackers, and shoes to name a few. The Intel Curie module includes:
At this year's ng-conf, Pascal and Chirayu Krishnappa, a core Angular team member, have given a talk on the new internationalization story that is evolving for both, the Angular of today 1.x and the Angular of tomorrow. The focus of the talk was to clarify what internationalization actually means and also that it's not just about changing the locale. This article is a write-up of the talk that goes into a bit more detail to show you what the new i18n story is about.
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