Pierre founder of nelm.io is talking about what there is behind the term «responsive design» and how one can create mobile website quite easily if one adheres to a few simple rules. He then goes through some interesting demo examples and talks about the nuggets of wisdom he picked up while building websites for mobile.
Thanks Pierre for letting me tape your talk.
Martin Naumann is giving an overview of what websites used to be like and what they can be nowadays.
Thanks to @AVGP and @centralway for publishing the talk.
local.ch went live with Rails in March 2012. As with any new technology stack, handling high traffic, not everything went smoothly. Jeremy Seitz, lead engineer on the local.ch website, shares stories, experiences and lessons learned on bringing one of the most popular websites in Switzerland to Rails.
Thanks to Jeremy for letting me tape this talk.
Alvaro Videla from Cloud Foundry gives an overview of what Cloud Foundry is and what it solves. Then shows some code for his super webscale Cloudstagram Project which he built using Node.js, Clojure and RabbitMQ.
Thanks to Alvaro for letting me tape his talk.
Georg Polzer from Teralytics explains how different sectors and industries can leverage data, they might already collect or is easy for them to come by to help them answer almost any question they come up with.
Recorded at the third SwissBigData Usergroup Meetup in Zürich.
Thanks to the @SwissBigData organizers and Georg Polzer for letting me tape this talk.
The code used during the talk is on github streunerlein/jsz-threejs.
James Kinley gives an introduction to Cloudera Impala. Cloudera Impala provides fast, interactive SQL queries directly on your Apache Hadoop data stored in HDFS or HBase. In addition to using the same unified storage platform, Impala also uses the same metadata, SQL syntax (Hive SQL), ODBC driver and user interface (Hue Beeswax) as Apache Hive. This provides a familiar and unified platform for batch-oriented or real-time queries.
Recorded at the fourth SwissBigData Usergroup Meetup in Zürich.
Thanks to the @SwissBigData organizers and James Kinley for letting me tape this talk.
Thanks to the @SwissBigData organizers and Rune Skov Larsen for letting me tape this talk.
Btw. I’m sorry for the poor audio quality it get’s better at about a 60 seconds in.
Additional resources: http://go.hinderlingvolkart.com/slides/webtuesday/
Video recorded by Remo Pini. Edited by Philipp Küng.
Thanks to the @SwissBigData organizers and Prof. Abraham Bernstein for letting me tape this talk.
Thanks to the @SwissBigData organizers and the Christoph Schnidrig for letting me tape this talk.
Thanks to the @SwissBigData organizers and Martin Alig for letting me tape this talk.
Christian Laux, Laux Lawyers, Vorstand Opendata.ch spricht zum Thema: Das gilt es rechtlich bei der Erstellung von Mobilitäts-Anwendungen und bei Datenpublikation zu beachten.
Diese Aufnahme entstand an der OpenData.ch Konferenz 2012 in Zürich