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4th March, 2015

Our work lives have evolved. We’re no longer fixed in time and place. In fact, according to Forrester, one-third of all employees are considered “anywhere/ anytime workers.” “Today, a ‘modern’ workforce often equates to a ‘mobile’ workforce,” said Steven Luong, senior product manager at CommVault. Even though we accept and often embrace the modern mobile…

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Dynamic pages with ClojureScript
26th February, 2015

Introduction In the too-distant past, I blogged about how to write a Diffusion publisher in Clojure. It’s high time I followed that up by tackling the client side and show a webpage that uses ClojureScript to display dynamic data received from Diffusion. ClojureScript is an implementation of the Clojure language, but instead of running on…

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Wired
23rd February, 2015

Following the rapid growth and interest in the Internet of Things (IoT) in 2014, we’ve seen a significant increase in data-based services. Based on that expansion, Gartner suggests that the IoT will peak in 2015 to eclipse other trends like Big Data and cloud computing, supported by more and more data and mobile services rolled…

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Buffer Face
23rd February, 2015

Guess what? Wait for it, wait for it, wait for it… we are impatient! According to an article in the Evening Standard last week: “London is populated with furiously impatient people. You don’t have to be tetchy to live here but you’ll end up that way after a few years… Changing your habits is unrealistic,…

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Infographic: Mobile Betting and ICE Totally Gaming
22nd January, 2015

According to the Mobile and Tablet Gambling summit at the end of 2014, “Online gambling is relying more and more on mobile gaming and players seem to easily make the transition from playing on their desktop computers at home to always having their favorite options ready on smartphones and tablets. The industry is changing and…

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Realtime apps
16th January, 2015

How to define performance, based on end users, is tricky. If 100 end users are asked what makes an application performant, just as many replies might be given. Performance first, and foremost, is based almost entirely on end user or consumer perception. This makes the performance metrics of any device or application very difficult to…

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