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Learning at GDC Next won't stop at the session tracks; Tencent, Google, GREE, and Samsung are just a few of the vendors offering instructional talks on the shared GDC Next/ADC Expo Floor Theater (booth #102), open to anyone with an Expo ...
Learning at GDC Next won't stop at the session tracks; Tencent, Google, GREE, and Samsung are just a few of the vendors offering instructional talks on the shared GDC Next/ADC Expo Floor Theater (booth #102), open to anyone with an Expo Pass as well as all GDC Next, ADC, and VIP All Access pass holders on November 5-6. Confirmed sessions include: Google's AdMob and Google Analytics teams will offer insights into tracking consumer analytics and your apps' performance in a talk called "Monetize, Measure, and Promote with AdMob and Google Analytics". Tencent will explain some of the marketing design and technical requirements devs ought to be aware of when pitching apps to Chinese operators in "A Developer's Guide to Pitching Games for the Chinese Market". Samsung will walk devs through their new developer program, explaining how to get your apps noticed on Samsung devices and get access to their special tools, in "Samsung + Developers". Mobile app publishing platform Fuse Powered will demonstrate how to use their tools to analyze and iterate on a live free-to-play game in "Freemium Iteration Loop; Analyze, Test & Adapt in Real-Time to Maximize Revenue". GREE will host a one-hour Q&A session with Jim Ying, VP of publishing and partnerships, where he will offer advice and feedback in a talk called "Publisher Speed Dating with GREE". App marketers Fiksu will explain how to optimize your user acquisition spend by targeting the right metrics in "Launching a Mobile Game: Insights on Key User Acquisition Metrics". Mobile VoIP provider Rebtel will discuss the importance of enabling app-to-app communication, using their app-to-app calling SDK as an example, in "Giving Your Game a Voice - Why App Communication Matters".
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It doesn't take much to please Hewlett-Packard's investors these days. HP confirmed Wednesday that its revenue will decline slightly next year, but the mention of "pockets of growth" sent hearts aflutter.read more
It doesn't take much to please Hewlett-Packard's investors these days. HP confirmed Wednesday that its revenue will decline slightly next year, but the mention of "pockets of growth" sent hearts aflutter.read more
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Take a closer look at the basic feedback concept w/ Philipp Janert, author of "Feedback Control for Computer Systems"
Take a closer look at the basic feedback concept w/ Philipp Janert, author of "Feedback Control for Computer Systems"
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With 2013 rapidly drawing to a close, we’re excited to announce that jQuery’s first stop in 2014 will be in lovely San Diego, California on Wednesday, February 12 and Thursday, February 13! It’s our first trip to San Di...
With 2013 rapidly drawing to a close, we’re excited to announce that jQuery’s first stop in 2014 will be in lovely San Diego, California on Wednesday, February 12 and Thursday, February 13! It’s our first trip to San Diego, and we’re hoping you’ll join us at the Town and Country Resort & Convention Center to beat the winter doldrums for a week that will be chock-full of jQuery, JavaScript, and front-end development, and how the latest and greatest relates to what you do every day. The early bird gets the worm – and saves fifty bucks – so get your tickets now! Call for Speakers As always, we’re looking for great speakers to help us make jQuery San Diego into a conference that’s both edifying and entertaining. In the same way that jQuery is but one of the many tools that front-end developers use regularly, jQuery Conference is an opportunity to present and learn about the many technologies and practices that help us build web apps today. In other words, we’re eager to hear proposals about HTML5, JavaScript, CSS, testing, tooling, deploying, mobile, responsive design, and pretty much anything else relevant to front-end engineering today. (Of course, proposals about jQuery, jQuery UI, and jQuery Mobile are happily welcomed as well.) Our call for speakers is open from now through November 10, 2013, and we’re hoping to hear from speakers with a diverse range of experience as conference speakers, web developers, and people! If you have any questions about speaking at jQuery San Diego, please get in touch with us on Twitter @jqcon or via e-mail at content at jquery dot org. Level Up With Roost For San Diego’s pre-conference training, we’re partnering with Bocoup to bring you Roost, a two-day training conference that’s a great opportunity to increase your skills with many aspects of web development, including jQuery & JavaScript, HTML & CSS, unit testing, and more. If you’re a beginning-to-intermediate web developer looking to make the most of your trip and warm up before jQuery Conference, Roost’s two days of practical guidance on February 10-11 make a great complement to your week. Roost and jQuery Conference will both be at the Town and Country Resort, with individual tickets available for each event, as well as a discounted combination ticket to both events. That’s All…For Now Tickets for jQuery Conference and Roost are on sale now, and supplies of early bird tickets are limited! We can’t wait to start reviewing your proposals and announce the speaker lineup, but until then, follow @jqcon for news and updates! We’re also looking for sponsors to team up with us and help make our time in San Diego as awesome as possible, so if your company wants to get involved, get in touch with us for a sponsorship packet and more information.
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The battle over the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) is far from over and lawmakers and leaders in the government's various security agencies are pushing hard to get legislation in the Senate passed. Earlier this...
The battle over the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) is far from over and lawmakers and leaders in the government's various security agencies are pushing hard to get legislation in the Senate passed. Earlier this year the House of Representatives passed CISPA with the hopes of the Senate putting together a bill of its own. At the time the Senate let that hot potato cool by saying that it had no plans to pursue such legislation.read more
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Free Under Construction Website Templates
Free Under Construction Website Templates
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2013/10/09 -- Shahab Yunus
2013/10/09 -- Shahab Yunus
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The Obama administration could have overturned a patent ruling that will keep some Samsung devices out of the country, but it has declined to do so, according to The Hill. Earlier this year the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC)...
The Obama administration could have overturned a patent ruling that will keep some Samsung devices out of the country, but it has declined to do so, according to The Hill. Earlier this year the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) ruled that some of Samsung's devices violated patents held by Apple. It was a ruling that the Obama administration had the authority to reverse, but U.S.read more
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Need Wi-Fi but aren't willing to pay? No problem. With these free apps and tips you'll be able to find free Wi-Fi networks just about anywhere you go.read more
Need Wi-Fi but aren't willing to pay? No problem. With these free apps and tips you'll be able to find free Wi-Fi networks just about anywhere you go.read more
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RT @adaugelli: Excited to be working with @smart, @mattetti, and the team @splice
RT @adaugelli: Excited to be working with @smart, @mattetti, and the team @splice
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