Irene's blog

http://in.reuters.com/video/2013/04/29/santander-claims-title-as-europes...

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As the centrepiece of an ambitious experiment to make cities more efficient and easier to live in, Santander in Spain is being hailed as the smartest in Europe. With thousands of near-field sensors installed throughout the city, Santander authorities say they have created a technology template for others to follow.

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Part 1 with Reza B'Far
http://www.w3.org/QA/2013/05/interview_oracle_on_semantic_w.html
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This is part 1 of a 2-part interview with Oracle about data on the Web.
In part 1, the focus is on the consumption of data by applications, such as those that enterprises provide to their employees.

For this part of the interview I spoke with Reza B'Far, Senior Development Director.
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Part 2 with Xavier Lopez
http://www.w3.org/QA/2013/05/interview_oracle_on_semantic_w_1.html
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https://open.sap.com/
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Keeping pace with the rapidly developing world of information technology is a need that SAP helps to fill with openSAP. openSAP is developed and provided by SAP in cooperation with the Hasso Plattner Institute.

openSAP works according to the principle of "Massive Open Online Courses" (MOOC): The key difference between MOOCs and other types of e-learning lies in the way MOOCs demand commitment by leveraging tried and trusted classroom concepts in an online delivery format. [...]

#HTML5 vs. #Native #App Battle [#mobile #development #web]

Submitted by Irene on Tue, 2013/05/28 - 15:11

http://www.techaheadcorp.com/blog/mobile-applications/html5-vs-native-ap...

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HTML5 vs Native App battle has been going on from long now. While most mobile app developers with enough time and money resources still prefer to go with Native Apps, others are using HTML5 or Hybrid apps to reduce development time.

In the following Infographic we cover important trends visually, compare HTML5 and Native apps on various aspects, and see where things are going.

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http://shapeofdata.wordpress.com/
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The first few posts to this blog will be most coherent if they are read in chronological order. A new entry will be posted each Tuesday morning.

http://opencities.hackathome.com/
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Build an app to help cities manage their challenges related to tourism and win great prizes!

The new Open Data Tourism Hack at home, part of the Open Cities project, brings together two important themes of the smart city - open data and sensor networks - and uses them to help European cities find new ways to manage the big challenges and benefits of tourism today. Check out the problems described in the briefing and the data provided in our platforms and get started!!
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http://chimera.labs.oreilly.com/books/1230000000345/index.html
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This is a book about programming data visualizations for nonprogrammers. If you're an artist or graphic designer with visual skills but no prior experience working with data or code, this book is for you. If you're a journalist or researcher with lots of data but no prior experience working with visuals or code, this book is for you, too.

http://vimeo.com/63270085
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The family of Nodebox (http://nodebox.net/) tools supports creation of artistic visualization using either Python or a visual programming interface. The Python API is quite similar to Processing's but is (in my opinion) even easier to learn, because of Python's friendliness. In this talk, I'll illustrate creation of basic and more advanced visuals in Nodebox OpenGL, using data from an exploratory text analysis project.
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