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Freescale Technology Forum India showcases innovative demos and future of IoT

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Freescale Semiconductor (NYSE: FSL), a global leader in embedded processing solutions opened the 9th edition of the company’s annual technology summit, Freescale Technology Forum (FTF India) (#FTFIndia) today at Hotel Leela Palace, Bengaluru. The focus of FTF India 2014 is on Internet of Things (IoT). At FTF India, Freescale showcased over 60 innovative demos and a range of futuristic devices on Internet of things (IoT) at IoT Wall. IoT wall is a concept wall that showcases the future of IoT and how it will make everything around us SMART. The two day event witnessed participation from people spanning Freescale’s customers,
eco-system partners, academia and employees. At the event, Freescale also announced the winners of the Kinetis L Series MCU Design Challenge in India. At the opening general session, speaking on IoT theme, Tom Deitrich, SVP & GM, Digital Networking, Freescale said “Internet of Things (IoT) is the evolution of decades of embedded processing solutions that have been improving the performance and adding intelligence to electronic devices around us. In 2010, the number of connected devices to the Internet exceeded the global population*. By 2020, it is predicted, by multiple sources, there will be 50 billion devices connected to the Internet....(Read whole news on source site)

Adventures in Angular

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I love talking to developers about JavaScript, web development, and Angular in particular. That’s why I’m excited to announce that I have joined as a co-host on the new podcast for Adventures in Angular (aka AiA or ngAdventures), brought to you by the same folks who host the popular JavaScript Jabber show. You can check out our: Adventures in Angular web page follow the show twitter listen to us on iTunes Every week (Thursday mornings) you can join me and our All-Star panel of co-hosts Joe Eames, Aaron Frost, Charles Max Wood, Lukas Reubbelke, Brian Ford, Misko Hevery, and Merrick

RavenDB 3.0–Release Plans

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Well, I just committed the last feature for RavenDB 3.0, and all the tests are passing. What we are doing now is just working through the studio and running verification tests. Tomorrow or Sunday we are going to go live on our own systems with RavenDB 3.0. And shortly after that we’ll do an release candidate, followed by the actual release.

The Morning Brew #1682

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Software Announcing the Release Candidates for Web API OData 5.3 – Andrew Zhou announces the release candidate release of WebAPI OData 5.3, available now from the NuGet gallery as pre-release packages, bringing OData v4 features to WebAPI. Visual Studio Online – Stakeholder License – S.Somasegar announces a new licensing scenario for Visual Studio Online for […]

Windows Phone 8.1 Screen Orientation - What’s changed for #WPDev?

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Windows Phone 8.1 SDK came with slight changes in it’s API and among them, few changes I already blogged earlier with a comparison to the previous SDK version. If you are looking for Screen Orientation changes, this post will help you. In this post we are going to discuss “How to set the Supported Orientation and Screen Orientation in Windows Phone 8.1” with a comparison between the API changes.   You might already know that, many APIs have been changed in Windows Phone 8.1 if you compare them with it’s previous version (i.e. WP8). I have already blogged
few of them. You can read them here:Windows Phone 8.1 Ratings & Review - What’s changed for #WPDev? Windows Phone 8.1 TTS Voice API - What’s changed for #WPDev? Windows Phone 8.1 Text-To-Speech - What’s changed for #WPDev? Windows Phone 8.1 Status Bar - What’s changed for #WPDev? Windows Phone 8.1 TextBox Control - What’s new for #WPDev? How to set Screen Orientation in Windows Phone 8.0 or earlier?Earlier to Windows Phone 8.1, we had to set the SupportedOrientation and Orientation  property of the PhoneApplicationPage in order to set the supported orientation and screen...(Read whole news on source site)

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