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Top Open Source Projects of 2018

Top Open Source Projects of 2018

Open source has been a major force for good in the world of software. Developers around the world can contribute to and use projects that make their job easier and standardize the way applications get built and talk to one another. The open source revolution has given...
XML Vulnerabilities, the New Atom-IDE, and Even More

XML Vulnerabilities, the New Atom-IDE, and Even More

Four good articles, a Dev Tip, and something to hopefully make you laugh – all wrapped up in this week’s Dev Digest. Where do you find your favorite content? Some sources we use are Twitter and Reddit. Let us know what you use! Learn Something New In this...
JavaScript’s “this”, DevOps Readiness, and Even More

JavaScript’s “this”, DevOps Readiness, and Even More

For the 100th Dev Digest, we changed it up with a slight redesign. New design, but the same great content roundup. Read below about JavaScript’s “this” variable, a talk with tech industry leaders, and more. Learn Something New This first piece on...
IoT as a Diagnostic Tool (Part 3): The Code

IoT as a Diagnostic Tool (Part 3): The Code

As I outlined in the first article of this series, my friend Pat was having problems with a freezer warming up and putting food at risk and it was my task to diagnose the issue. In the second article I discussed the hardware and services used. In this final article I...
IoT with an ESP8266 (Part 5) – IoT with Azure

IoT with an ESP8266 (Part 5) – IoT with Azure

As I mentioned in earlier posts, my “Environment Watch” system needed a publicly accessible web application so my devices, once connected to Wi-Fi, would have a consistent target to which they could post measurement data. I briefly debated setting up a simple...
IoT as a Diagnostic Tool (Part 2): IoT Hardware and Services

IoT as a Diagnostic Tool (Part 2): IoT Hardware and Services

As I outlined in a previous article, my friend Pat was having problems with a freezer warming up and putting food at risk and it was my task to diagnose the issue. I used the following IoT hardware to diagnose the issue: Raspberry Pi 3 (but any Pi would work for this)...

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