1Gig-Tech (#30) - Azure Stream Analytics, IoT, ThinScript, NuGet

3 minute read

Welcome to 1Gig Tech update!

In today's edition, there are 15 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world.

  • Azure Stream Analytics and Power BI general availability (Ryan CrawCour)
    Today we are pleased to announce the general availability of the integration between Azure Stream Analytics and Power BI. With this capability you are able to create interactive real-time dashboards for streaming data from devices, sensors, infrastructure and even your business applications.
  • Typing with pleasure (editor)
    In this article I examine human- and machine aspects of typing latency (“typing lag”) and present experimental data on latency of popular text / code editors.
  • ThinScript Compiler Demo
    ThinScript is an experimental programming language that compiles to both WebAssembly and JavaScript. It's meant to be a thin layer on top of WebAssembly that makes it easier to work with: no dependencies and fast compile times.
  • What Has Microsoft Done For You Lately? (Cody Lindley)
    Thanks to some influencial dialog with Rey Bango and Christian Heilmann I recently stopped and reflected upon Microsoft. What I realized is Microsoft isn’t just talking about change – they have actually changed. Just take a look at Github and I think you’ll see what I am talking about.
  • Hjson, the Human JSON
    A configuration file format for humans. Relaxed syntax, fewer mistakes, more comments. Tweet Glad you asked. Actually you don't need to do that!
  • NuGet 3.4.2 Release Notes
    NuGet 3.4.2 was released on April 8, 2016 to address several issues that were identified in the 3.4 and 3.4.1 release.
  • Modern software is built on APIs.
    Create and send any HTTP request using the awesome Postman Builder. Requests are saved to history and can be replayed later. Manage and organize your APIs with Postman Collections for a more efficient testing and integration workflow.
  • Azure IoT at //build 2016 (Sam George)
    We just wrapped up an incredible week at //build 2016, and we’d like to thank all of the developers, customers and partners involved for making this such a great event.

You can also follow these updates on Facebook Page or can also read previous editions at 1Gig Tech

Thanks

Updated:

Leave a Comment