According to the algorithm we used, images 3 and 4 are most similar to each other. Images 3 and 2 are least similar. We compared thousands of Inbox Previews to understand the similarities and differences in the way email clients render emails. The network graph below illustrates the 3 email clients that are most similar for each of the other clients. For instance, the Outlook cluster on the top of the graph is strongly connected through reciprocal relationships. Yahoo in Chrome, Gmail in Chrome, and iPad all render emails similarly.
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He is a regular speaker with NFJS where he is best known for his architecture and security hacking talks. Continuous Delivery is a process for automating the production readiness of your application every time a change occurs -- to code, infrastructure, or configuration. In the Continuous Delivery world, rather than hone skills at predicting the future via Big Design Up Front, Continuous Delivery emphasizes techniques for understanding and changing code with less cost during the process.
Some architectures and engineering practices yield better designs for this environment. It's no secret that developers are writing heavier client side applications. With more and more code running on the clients side, performance expectations and measurements are at an all time high. This talk will review tools available to help developers understand front-end performance and how to implement them.
We'll look at builds and deployments, measuring load times, keeping things stable and improving overall performance over time.
Finally we'll take a look at how the same techniques were implemented at CNN. Wesley Hales is a developer, author, entrepreneur and serial open source project creator from the cow pastures of North Georgia. He founded and leads the second largest HTML5 User Group in the world and has been involved in UI and User Experience roles for over a decade in both startup and enterprise environments. The open source CometD project provides fast and scalable web messaging based on standard JEE technologies. Applications like chat rooms, online games, financial trading, sports news and portals can leverage CometD to implement a simple-to-write, transport-independent, fast and scalable solution.
This session will explore the new features of the CometD project, in particular those related to Servlet 3. Simone has been technical speaker at various national and international conferences such as Devoxx, JavaOne, CodeMotion, etc. Simone specializes in server-side multi-thread development, J2EE application development, in Comet technologies applied to web development, web network protocols and in high performance JVM tuning. As the author of the O'Reilly books "JS. Audience will be encouraged to ask questions, and will leave having a solid understanding of each of the new concepts.
We will walk through code and explain the habits of the new features. I've spent the last several years swimming at times sinking in the Front End waters. By day I am part of the extraordinary Domo UI team. Next: ES6', which should be out around Q1 Additionally I work on several small projects for myself, and one with my identical twin brother.
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The good news is that you don't have to. You can follow idiomatic industry practice and stay buzzword compliant with the latest trends, while quietly spreading complexity throughout systems. Better yet, the symptoms will show up not in your own code, but in other code that uses your code, directly or indirectly. You will be a hero as you lead larger and larger teams burning the midnight oil to keep systems alive.
Practice these principles, and your code will have an infectious complexity that guarantees you will always be needed to maintain it. Stuart Halloway is a founder and President of Cognitect, Inc. He is a Clojure committer , and a developer of the Datomic database. Stuart has written a number of books and technical articles.
Of these, he is most proud of Programming Clojure. Learn more about Stu's presentations on his wiki. Modular, scalable and reusable CSS is a necessity for high performance and maintainability in large websites.
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In addition, it discusses CSS architecture for large sites. Connie has been developing websites for over fifteen years and is currently the lead UI developer for Office Depot's websites and mobile apps, where her work on their recently launched mobile website garnered it a perfect score for reliability and speed. Connie has developed enterprise websites in languages as diverse as Arabic and Japanese, and has won numerous awards for her use of innovative techniques. She is co-founder of the digital agency Pixelslave, Inc.
She is also the pseudonymous author of six novels in which she explores the dark side of technology. In this session we will demo Google Glass and dive into what is possible when you get technology out of the way. Finally, we will show you how to hack Glass and push the envelope on what it can do.
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I am a software developer, innovator, father and husband. I haven't written a book yet or any draft specifications but I do enjoy the challenge of pushing the limits of technology. I am passionate about spending time with my family, learning everything, messing with technology and evangelizing America's pastime.
I currently work as a Software Architect for the LDS Church where I have been influential in pushing the web as a strong platform for building applications. I am the founder and current manager of the Utah Google Developer Group where I enjoy interacting with other individuals who are passionate about learning technology. I have over a decade of experience as a developer and a B.
I am grateful to those many who have shared their knowledge, experience and criticism with me along the way. I believe the Web is incredibly successful because it is an open platform and learning should follow in that same spirit.
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