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Webcast: Single Page IApps with Mule Cloud Connect
In this hands-on webcast presented by Ryan Carter author of Getting Started with Mule Cloud Connect, he will discuss the shift to this new application architecture.
Jul 29, 2014
Whitney Quesenbery
Webcast: What You Can Learn From a Usability Test
Want to get the most out of your usability testing? In this webcast we'll put the goals together with a recipe for planning a usability test, so you can mix your own.
Jul 29, 2014 Webcast: Up Your R Game
This webcast discusses requirements for R as it evolves into a big data and enterprise-analytic solution and presents a novel approach to make Open source R massively scalable, reliable, and easy to use.
Aug 5, 2014
Yakov Fain
Webcast: Introduction to JavaScript: More than a Pretty Face
This fast-paced presentation will introduce you to JavaScript, highlighting how it differs from the classical object-oriented way of programming.
Aug 5, 2014
Donald Miner
Webcast: An introduction to Apache Accumulo
This webcast will cover the basics of Apache Accumulo architecture and how it works, along with examples of how it is used.
Aug 5, 2014
Velocity New York
Webcast: Fearless Browser Test Automation
Join John-David Dalton as he discusses browser test automation, removes the roadblocks/gotchas, and shows lots of awesome things you can do (code coverage, perf testing, tagging, & more).
Aug 6, 2014
Velocity New York
Webcast: Automating Your Infrastructure with Chef
Responsive Typography is the notion that our type must move and change and adapt just as the rest of our designs do as users shift from device to desktop and beyond. In fact, it may have a bigger impact on readability and usability than any other aspect of design.
Aug 7, 2014
Spike Brehm
Webcast: In Pursuit of the Holy Grail: Building Isomorphic JavaScript Apps
In our experience building isomorphic JavaScript apps at Airbnb, we have found that the inherent challenges can be separated into two areas: Writing Isomorphic Application Code and Building and Bundling.
Aug 7, 2014
Alex Bordei
Webcast: Getting the Most Out of Your NoSQL DB
In this webcast Alex Bordei will look at how Impala, Elasticsearch and Couchbase perform when scaled vertically and horizontally, over a number of different bare metal setups.
Aug 12, 2014
Jérôme Petazzoni
Webcast: Docker, Linux Containers, and Security: Does It Add Up?
In this webcast we will: Review the actual security risks, in particular for multi-tenant environments running arbitrary applications and code, discuss how to mitigate those risks, and focus on containers as implemented by Docker and the libcontainer project, but the discussion also stands for plain containers as implemented by LXC.
Aug 13, 2014
Lee Boonstra
Webcast: Apps for the Multi-device World
In this webcast, Lee Boonstra, technical trainer at Sencha, will discuss some of the challenges and opportunities of developing for a multi-device world and how Sencha can help you create better experiences.
Aug 13, 2014
Olivier Grisel
Webcast: What's New in Scikit-learn 0.15 and What's Cooking in the Development Branch?
This webcast will introduce scikit-learn, an Open Source project for Machine Learning in Python and review some new features from the recent 0.15 release such as faster randomized ensemble of decision trees and optimization for the memory usage when working on multiple cores.
Aug 14, 2014
Velocity New York
Webcast: API Design Methodology
In this webcast Mike Amundsen describes a clear methodology for designing Web APIs (based on the book "RESTful Web APIs" by Richardson and Amundsen) that allow you to map key aspects of your business into a usable, scalable, and flexible interface that will reach your goals while creating a compelling API for developers.
Aug 19, 2014
Darren Jones
Webcast: Sinatra - Classy Web Development in Ruby
This webcast will introduce web development using Sinatra. Sinatra is a small domain specific language written in Ruby that can be used for creating web applications, APIs as well as large-scale database-driven modular sites.
Aug 20, 2014
Jeroen Janssens
Webcast: Data Science at the Command Line
Whether you're entirely new to the command line or already dream in shell scripts, by the end of this webcast you will have a solid understanding of how to leverage the power of the command line for your next data science project.
Aug 21, 2014
Jonathan Stark
Webcast: The Glanceable Web: Extending Web Apps to Smart Watches
Follow along as Jonathan shows you how to extend a web app to display glanceable information on a Pebble smart watch using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and JSON.
Aug 26, 2014
Ben Jones
Webcast: Communicating Data with Tableau
In this webcast, O'Reilly author Ben Jones will use an example from his new book, Communicating Data with Tableau, in which the growth of the internet worldwide is visualized in multiple ways.
Aug 27, 2014
Gabriele Lanaro
Webcast: Writing Faster Applications with Python
In this webcast you will: learn the best tips and tricks to get the most out of the NumPy library and upgrade your applications' performances by using parallel processing.
Aug 28, 2014
Brett Lantz
Webcast: Understanding Complexity by Clustering Data with Machine Learning and R
In this webcast, we'll explore how R's open-source clustering packages can discover patterns in large data and inform our understanding of complex sociological phenomena such as teenage identities.
Sep 3, 2014
Michael Collins
Webcast: Intrusion Detection and Response: We're Not Jack Bauer
In this webcast, Michael Collins will give you an amazing piece of technology: a real-time intrusion detection system which, if you're monitoring a /16 or larger, has a 100% true positive rate.
Sep 3-3, 2014
Clarissa Peterson
Clarissa Peterson at HOW Interactive Design Conference
Author Clarissa Peterson (Learning Responsive Web Design) presents "Designing Responsive Websites."
Grand Hyatt
1000 H Street NW
Washington, DC
United States
Sep 4, 2014
Gary Garber
Webcast: LEGO EV3 vs. VEX IQ Robotics, a Comparison in Sensor Control Systems
In this webcast Gary Garber will present a comparison of LEGO EV3 and VEX IQ robotics platforms.
Sep 9-10, 2014
Christopher Schmitt
Accessibility Summit 2014
Christopher Schmitt (CSS Cookbook, HTML5 Cookbook) hosts the 5th annual web + mobile accessibility conference.
Sep 9, 2014
Velocity New York
Webcast: Mobile Web Stress: Understanding the Neurological Impact of Poor Performance
Your takeaway from this webcast will be a deeper understanding of the impact of performance on mobile users, plus hard data that you can use to make a case for investing in mobile performance in your organization.
Sep 10, 2014
Jason Pamental
Webcast: Responsive Typography: Design for Meaning, Not for Screen Size
Responsive Typography is the notion that our type must move and change and adapt just as the rest of our designs do as users shift from device to desktop and beyond. In fact, it may have a bigger impact on readability and usability than any other aspect of design.
Sep 12, 2014
Ayah Bdeir
Webcast: The Internet as Material: Empowering the Next Phase of Connected Hardware Innovation
In this webcast, Ayah Bdeir will talk about how we can democratize the Internet of Things and enable 8 year old kids, corporate executives and professional engineers alike to understand, recreate and most importantly innovate in their connected world.
Sep 16, 2014
Hunter Whitney
Webcast: It's About Time: Using Temporal Visualization Techniques to Give Data More Meaning and Context
This webcast will include key ideas, techniques, and practical applications to represent and explore event sequences and their temporal patterns.
Sep 17, 2014
Flavio Junqueira
Webcast: Apache ZooKeeper and The Art of Building Distributed Systems
In this webcast we'll cover: some basic concepts of ZooKeeper, design choices, and caveats, examples of recipes one can implement with the ZooKeeper API, elaborate on the potential problems with na´ve recipes, and discuss ways around such problems.
Sep 17, 2014
John Ferrara
Webcast: Designing Effective Games to Do Awesome Things in the Real World
In this webcast talk led by John Ferrara, author of Playful Design, brings things back to the basics of good design practice, with an emphasis on how games themselves can create real value in the real world.
Sep 23-23, 2014
Thomas A. Limoncelli
Tom Limoncelli at SpiceWorld 2014
Author Tom Limoncelli (Time Management for System Administrators) will be speaking about the changing career responsibilities of IT Pros.
Austin Convention Center
500 East Cesar Chavez Street
Austin, TX
United States
Sep 23, 2014
Karl Pover
Webcast: Data Discovery in QlikView
In this webcast, let's review how easy it is to take advantage of QlikView's associative data model and learn the power of data discovery so we can avoid the grave mistake of mimicking spreadsheets and static reports in QlikView.
Sep 25-25, 2014
Clarissa Peterson
Clarissa Peterson at WebVisions Chicago
Author Clarissa Peterson (Learning Responsive Web Design) presents "Responsive Typography."
Siskel Film Center
164 N State St
Chicago, IL
United States
Sep 27-27, 2014
Clarissa Peterson
Clarissa Peterson at the EuroIA Conference
Author Clarissa Peterson (Learning Responsive Web Design) presents a half-day workshop on "Designing Responsive Websites."
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
Rue du Fossé-aux-Loups 47, Wolvengracht 47
Brussels, Belgium
Sep 29-Oct 1, 2014
Jennifer Robbins
ARTIFACT East Conf 2014
Author Jennifer Robbins (Learning Web Design, HTML5 Pocket Reference) and Author Christopher Schmitt (HTML5 Cookbook, CSS Cookbook) host the ARTIFACT Conference, an intimate two-day, single-track conference that helps web designers and developers adapt their tools and processes to the challenges of designing for a multi-device world.
The Providence Biltmore Hotel
11 Dorrance Street
02903, RI
United States
Oct 1, 2014
Emma Jane Westby
Webcast: Git for Grown-ups
We'll kick off this session with an explanation of why Git is so freaking hard to learn. Then we'll flip the tables and make YOU (not Git) the centre of attention.
Oct 7, 2014
Rob Larsen
Webcast: Navigating the Uncertain Web
This webcast will show you how to approach compatibility in a nimble way and will help you to solve problems confidently when you're faced with the web's uncertainty.
Oct 13-14, 2014
Christopher Schmitt
CSS Dev Conf 2014
Author Christopher Schmitt (CSS Cookbook, HTML5 Cookbook) hosts the CSS Dev Conf, the first conference devoted to CSS, the design language of the web.
Hotel Monteleone
214 Royal St.
New Orleans, LA
United States
Oct 14, 2014
Rachel Hinman
Webcast: Our Wearable Future: Opportunities and Challenges for Wearable Technology
Want to get the most out of your usability testing? In this webcast we'll put the goals together with a recipe for planning a usability test, so you can mix your own.
Oct 15, 2014
Skip Allums
Webcast: Designing Mobile Payment Experiences - Ten Tips and Tricks
In this webcast, we'll look at ten emerging UX design best practices for mobile payment interactions.
Oct 19-19, 2014
Clarissa Peterson
Clarissa Peterson at HOW Interactive Design Conference
Author Clarissa Peterson (Learning Responsive Web Design) presents "Designing Responsive Websites."
Hyatt Regency
151 East Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL
United States
Oct 22, 2014
Luis Pedro Coelho
Webcast: Penalized Linear Regression in Python
In this webcast, learn how to use Ipython notebooks and scikit-learn to explore a dataset with different forms of regression and how to choose between them for your specific problem.
Nov 4, 2014
Jeff Harrell
Webcast: Kraken.js - Bringing Open Source to the Enterprise
In this webcast led by Jeff Harrel, you'll learn the story of how we changed our enterprise culture and started giving back to the open source community.
Nov 5, 2014
Jeff Gothelf
Webcast: Purity vs. Pragmatism: Can You Ever Be "Lean Enough"?
Jeff Gothelf, author of Lean UX, will share his points of view on how pragmatism anchored in your organization's unique reality trumps the purity of process doctrine. Jeff's talk will be followed by a moderated Q&A session.
Nov 6, 2014
Mark Lavin
Webcast: Creating Enriching Web Applications with Django and Backbone.js
Django and Backbone are two of the most popular frameworks for web backends and frontends respectively and this webcast will talk about how to use them together effectively.
Nov 7, 2014
Laura Busche
Webcast: Lean Branding: 15 Hacks to Create, Communicate & Sell your Startup's Brand
In this webcast, Laura Busche, author of Lean Branding, will share 15 tactics to build your very own high-converting, dynamic brand.
Nov 9-11, 2014
Thomas A. Limoncelli
Tom Limoncelli at Usenix LISA 2014
Author Tom Limoncelli (Time Management for System Administrators) will be teaching tutorials and giving presentations.
Sheraton Seattle Hotel
1400 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA
United States
Nov 13, 2014
Jeff Mesnil
Webcast: Using Messaging Protocols to Build Mobile and Web Applications
In this webcast, we will take a look at messaging concepts and present two simple messaging protocols, STOMP and MQTT to build simple mobile (iOS) and Web applications.