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DevNews #41 – Microsoft and Secure Boot, 1 GB I/O per second, NYC High School for Comp Sci

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DevNews #41 is brought to you by Chariot Solutions, leaders in software development in mobile, web, and integration, as well as mentoring and training. Find out about our services at chariotsolutions.com. Links: New York City gets a Software Engineering High School - Joel on Software - How cool is this? Wouldn't it be awesome to go to a tech high-school? Does a degree matter in this day and age as much as good skills and background? Public Data Sets on Amazon Web Services (AWS) - You can fire up EC2 with data against various public datasets mounted as EBS volumes. Microsoft confirms UEFI fears, locks down ARM devices - SFLC Blog - Software Freedom Law Center - Ok, our ETE regular Toby DiPasquale found this horrid piece of news about Microsoft's Secure Boot for Windows 8, an UEFI patent, and their newfound proclivity to wall up a previously unwalled garden. Android Design Guidelines - See http://www.subtraction.com/2012/01/13/android-doubles-down-on-design as well for more on this topic. Fusion-io Breaks One Billion IOPS Barrier :: Fusion-io - Wow. 1 Billion I/O per second? We love WOZ. Read on. Brent Ozar, SQL Server guy video cast - covers how they use general rules of high database throughput (solid state drives, everyone a DBA). Use try-with-resources: Language Enhancements for the Java 7 OCPJP Exam - So, we have a new form of try statement that allows you to define 'closeable' objects within, that it then automatically closes once the try block finishes. This is a new Java 7 feature, from Project Coin. Read on... Chariot Solutions: Introduction to Backbone.js with jQuery Mobile - Our own Steve Smith has written a practical article introducing Backbone.js and jQuery to build a mobile application. A great tutorial for beginners. SpringSource/html5expense - GitHub - This is a HTML 5 application demonstrating cross-platform mobile using jQuery and Spring. Big thanks and congratulations to my co-host Jason Grittman, who is moving to California - this is his last show (as a regular!). Thanks Jason for all of your help! We'll hope to have you back soon from your new roost in Silicon Valley! Ken Well, it's a sad day in Chariot DevNews land. We have to say goodbye to Jason Grittman, who is leaving for a new gig on the west coast.
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