CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is well known for its LHC particle accelerator, and the discovery of the Higgs particle. Unsurprisingly, innovation in Engineering and Information Technology are key to its success; technologies, such as Computing Grids, the World-Wide-Web, and capacitive touch screens all began at CERN. In this presentation, Derek Mathieson gives […]

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By Yakov Fain Say you need to hire a Web developer experienced with Angular. What would you expect the developer to know? Well, he or she needs to know how to create Angular components, what’s data binding, dependency injection, routing et al. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. Below is a list […]

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This May saw the quiet foundation of a second epoch for the web with the final release of the HTTP/2 standard. The first revision of HTTP since 1997, this renovation of the long established protocol addresses the latency issues that have arisen with the advent of a broadband driven network. It also makes changes to how data is […]

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Work on Java EE 8 is well underway, with the final GA version expected to be released next year. Along with CDI 2.0 and JSON Binding 1.0, one of the eagerly anticipated JSRs for this release is MVC 1.0 (JSR 371) – geared at developing a model-view-controller specification for Java EE. MVC is a pattern that […]

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