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Building A Koa Web Application, Part 2

Koa is an innovative and lightweight web framework for Node.js that helps you create fast web applications by leveraging generators for simpler and more efficient middleware.

Kubernetes: Google’s Open Docker Orchestration Engine

In this post we introduce Kubernetes - why it exists, its unique paradigms and a small comparison to the EC2 container service.

2014: The Year of the Hackathon to Remember

A look back at the major hacks of 2014, whether there was a pattern behind it, and what the hacks actually meant.

Translating between the virtual and the real: Interview with artist Scott Kildall

In this post we interview Scott Kildall, an artist whose work often explores themes of future-thinking and translation between the virtual and the real. His latest projects use physical data visualization - the transformation of data sources into physical objects via computer algorithms.

Fronting an external API with Ruby on Rails: Part 2

In the second part of this series, we'll continue with the creation of Noterizer that we started on in Part 1, creating a simple Rails backend that makes requests to an external XML-based web service and serves JSON

AngularJS 2.0 is a tempest we should all embrace

A look at why we should care about the change from Angular 1.x to 2.0, and what it means for the future.

The Year that was: Hardware 2014

Hardware underwent some pretty big changes in 2014, lets have a little retrospective.

Part 3: Migrating a WordPress Blog to Middleman and Deploying to Amazon S3

Mike Ball finishes up his three-part series on Wordpress migration with the final step; deployment.

Fronting an external API with Ruby on Rails: Part 1

In many cases, Rails is tasked with performing as an orchestration layer, collecting data from various backend services and serving re-formatted JSON or XML to clients

Mongo Goes To the Movies: Modeling Movie Data in MongoDB

In this article I present a document-based data model for movies in MongoDB, describe how, using a custom Java ETL tool, to populate it with raw movie data provided by the Internet Movie Database (IMDB), and step through several movie queries, including the much-cherished Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, using MongoDB’s aggregation pipeline and map-reduce frameworks.

Minecraft: The Programmer's Sandbox

Aaron details the ins and outs of modding in Minecraft and provides a simple example to give you a better idea on what is required to then extend whatever you desire in Minecraft.

Fab Lab: worldwide labs for digital fabrication

In this post we will explore the power of fab labs and have a Q&A with Wolf Jeschonnek, founder of Fab Lab Berlin.

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