Developer Night in Canada (DNIC)

By John Bristowe and Joey deVilla

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Developer Night in Canada (DNIC) is a community podcast for highlighting rock star developers and techno-wonks in Canada.
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March 8, 2016
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What is the Azure Marketplace The Azure Marketplace is your online store for thousands of certified, open source, community applications & developer services all easily deployable to Azure in just a few clicks. What will I find in the Marketplace? You will find Virtual Machines ranging from bare OS’s like Windows Server & numerous Linux...
March 7, 2016
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In the previous posts I showed how to use AllJoyn bridges in order to make a universal hub based on Raspberry Pi 2 that is running Windows 10. Here are the links to my previous posts: Smart bulbs or how to be lazier (part 1) Smart bulbs or how to be lazier (part 2) Additionally,...
March 1, 2016
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How Software Design has changed in the Cloud Through the years I have adapted to the technologies and tool sets available. In this video I wanted to share with you a story from a point in time where I noticed that there was a scale change taking place.   Horizontal Scale: Cost Vs Performance I...
Feb. 26, 2016
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Once I published my book about Windows 10 development, several people told me that developers don’t read paper books anymore. Looks like it’s true. At least, I can see that I sold Kindle edition books in three times more compare to paperback version. That’s why I decided to record a video training about Windows 10 development. Not sure...
Feb. 25, 2016
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I finally decided to delve in this wave that everyone seems to be talking about – Internet of Things! Through this series, I will describe my experience with each of the components that I get to play with. After speaking to a lot of startups, attending several IOT architecture sessions, reading about the various associated...
Feb. 24, 2016
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On Jan 29th we held our second annual Microsoft Student Partner Summit in Canada. The event was held simultaneously at 3 locations, Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal. 30 MSPs from all across Canada came out to have fun, meet other MSPs and full-time employees and attend technical presentations. Microsoft Student Partners are student evangelists who share...
Feb. 23, 2016
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I wanted to share some information about an internal project my team is working on. My team is a group of technical advisors that support our large ecosystem of Canadian Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) who build commercial solutions on our platform. One of our ongoing challenges is to understand all of the many technologies available...
Feb. 22, 2016
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Three month ago I published a post about Tools for Apache Cordova for Mac developers. Thanks to the tools you can start developing your first Cordova project in couple minutes only. At the same time the tools didn’t provide any integration with Visual Studio Code and I could not use VS Code debugger in order...
Feb. 19, 2016
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Last two month I read many articles about smart devices and their problems with security. In general, almost all smart devices don’t have any security features. At the same time, many manufacturers continue to push a message that their devices are designed for local area network that is secure and you should not have any...
Feb. 18, 2016
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Ever wondered how machine learning works? How exactly do you use historical data to predict the future? Well here’s a tutorial that will help you learn the basics by creating your own machine learning experiment. We will even show you how you can create a web service based on your experiment! This is NOT an...
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