Hello and welcome to This Week & Last. Pretty self-explanatorily, this weekly post does what it says on the tin. It’s just your weekly round-up of what’s ‘happening’ and what happened at Skills Matter. Simple, no? And convenient too, this is our cherry-pick of skillscasts for you to catch up on, and a look ahead at what you can sign up for this week. Dig in & click on!
Talks by Andrew Nesbitt on ‘An introduction to Rubymotion’ and Khash Sajadi on ‘Background processing in Ruby (and Rails)
Richard will review the WebSocket protocol, discover how to deploy it successfully, look at the programming APIs, and see how to debug WebSocket traffic
So you have decided to break up that monolithic application into services, after all it worked for Amazon, right? Perhaps you want to embrace the DevOps model, perhaps you want to scale your development. But just how do all those services talk to each other, and how do you build a UI on top of them?
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How does the continuous delivery thing work if your web app runs on Windows? And what about when you don’t have access to the production environment?
Neale Swinnerton investigates which features of Clojure work well for machine learning and discuss some of the limitations and how to avoid them.
C# to build iOS applications that take full advantage of Apple’s APIs to deliver stunning native applications.
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