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App development competitions, or “hackathons,” have surged in recent years, as they invite software developers to compete for significant cash prizes to create game-changing apps or propel the use of...
by Jay Manciocchi / June 20, 2014
At Gluecon 2014, I introduced the RESTed NARWHL, the API design framework I developed based on best case practices to help development teams cut through the debates permeating the REST community and...
by Rob Zazueta / June 17, 2014
The “Internet of Things” is the answer to the following question: “What would happen if computers and sensors were to become tiny, cheap, prolific, low-power, and were able to communicate with one...
by Rex St. John / June 13, 2014
I’ll admit, not being from Silicon Valley had left me a bit skeptical of the whole “quantified dog” phenomenon. I mean, was this really something people were starting to do? I love my dog, but I don...
by Kyle Riordan / June 09, 2014
[This is the third in a series of posts by Intel’s Chuck Freedman, API Strategist and Director of Vertical Insights, looking at the benefits of APIs from many perspectives. Through these articles,...
by Chuck Freedman / June 05, 2014
[This is the second in a series of posts by Intel’s Chuck Freedman, API Strategist and Director of Vertical Insights, looking at the benefits of APIs from many perspectives. Through these articles,...
by Chuck Freedman / May 21, 2014
I mused recently about the potential for the Internet of Things (IoT) to serve as catalyst not only for innovations that grow bottom lines, but also as a springboard for advancing social good. I...
by Matthew Haugh / May 19, 2014
As we head into O’Reilly Solid the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to demonstrate boundless reach, with products from the frivolous to the potentially lifesaving popping up left and right. It’s...
by Matthew Haugh / May 12, 2014
As new devices and technologies promise to deliver ever-improving healthcare to more individuals, it’s easy to lose track of the tools that we already have.  It’s also important to remember that the...
by Travis Broughton / May 09, 2014
On my T ride (or subway, metro, tube whatever your vernacular) I spotted a notice among the ads alerting riders of a town hall meeting to discuss a proposed raise in fare prices.  Yes I live in a...
by Kyle Riordan / May 07, 2014

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