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Editor’s note: this post originally published on Medium; this lightly edited version is republished here with permission. About 10 years ago, I worked on a project for a new system for people with diabetes. We talked with many people who …
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Dan Saffer | Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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Tricorder Prototype — collar+earpiece, base station, diagnostic stick (lab tests for diabetes, pneumonia, tb, etc), and scanning wand (examine lesions, otoscope for ears, even spirometer). (via Slashdot) Souders Joins Speedcurve — During these engagements,...
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Nat Torkington | Tuesday, March 24, 2015
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Editor’s note: this is an Early Release excerpt from Chapter 7 of Docker Cookbook by Sébastien Goasguen. The recipes in this book will help developers go from zero knowledge to distributed applications packaged and deployed within a couple of chapters....
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Brian Anderson | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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In this episode of the Radar Podcast, O’Reilly’s Mac Slocum sits down with Neal Ford, a software architect and meme wrangler at ThoughtWorks, to talk about the changing role of software architects. They met up at our recent Software Architecture...
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Jenn Webb | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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When I first hear of a new open source project that might help me solve a problem, the first thing I do is ask around to see if any of my friends have tested it. Sometimes, however, the early descriptions …
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Ben Lorica | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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Last week, I had the opportunity to see the first Software Architecture Conference spring to life after a winter of preparation. Software architects, with or without the official title, swarmed the halls learning from speakers and attendees alike. I...
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Rachel Roumeliotis | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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I sat down with Andrew Hinton, an information architect at The Understanding Group and author of the recently released O’Reilly book Understanding Context. Our conversation included a discussion of information architecture’s role in the context of...
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Mary Treseler | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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gunrock — a CUDA library for graph primitives that refactors, integrates, and generalizes best-of-class GPU implementations of breadth-first search, connected components, and betweenness centrality into a unified code base useful for future development...
From: O'Reilly Radar | By: Nat Torkington | Thursday, March 26, 2015
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