I just got back from attending SxSWi for the first time. I met a ton of people and saw a lot of great talks, but I also learned a lot about strategies for navigating the event itself. Here are my top tips for SXSW.
As some of the frequent readers of this blog may know, Big Nerd Ranch was recently at SxSW in pretty full force. We threw an epic party the night of the 11th.
There are many options for Ruby on Rails hosting, but Heroku is one that we recommend to clients and use internally for Ruby on Rails applications. Using Heroku? There are steps you can take to get more performance out of your Heroku application.
I lied. Sorry. I thought this dive into DTrace would be a three-parter, but here’s a part 4, on static probes, suggested in a comment by Chris last month.
Editor’s note: Steven Vandeweghe attended one of our first bootcamps, and has since developed 10 apps and founded his own company. If you would like to share your success story, let us know in the comments below.
Until recently, browsers really only supported stateless communication over HTTP. That’s beginning to change with new technologies like WebSockets and ServerSentEvents, but WebRTC throws a new feature into the mix: peer-to-peer communication. You can stream data directly between two browsers without having to connect through a server. Now backed by Google and Mozilla (Microsoft supports part of the spec), the project is gaining a lot of traction.