W3C rsiServer on github – automotive Web APIs made public

The World wide web consortium decided to create a standard for automotive APIs a few years back. Quite some discussion where going on about the technologies to choose for those APIs. While in the beginning a strong candidate was seen in a JavaScript API for automotive grade browsers which run on the so called IVI […]

AngularJS wallpaper 1080p HD by zwoup

[AngularJS] ng-wallpaper by zwoup.com

Now that I am working more than a year with angularJS (https://angularjs.org/) – The super heroic MVW framework, I decided to repaint my living room. Feel free to use and share the clean heroic wallpaper.. Related Articles:HomePi – Google Home connected to raspberry pi using…Webpack, NodeJS and Express fueled by typescriptHow to install NodeJS 8 […]

google code jam 2012: How to solve alien numbers problem

As I am practicing for google codejam 2012 right now, I came across the alien number problem google gave for practice. There are alot of problems out there and I am doing different ones for practicing but solving the google ones seems to be most efficient I think. The Problem is described as follows: The […]

LA’s 10 Hottest Tech Incubators, Accelerators and Funding in general

I recently came across this article (http://pandodaily.com/2012/03/12/the-la-tech-scene-finally-moves-out-of-its-parents-basement/) which is mainly focussing on the Los Angeles Tech Scene. In the authors opinion the silicon valley is facing a competitive future. I absolutely agree with him except that it is not only LA taht is on the raise but also Germanies capital Berlin. Berlin hosts a lot […]

[Infographic] Geeks vs. Nerds

Stuck in a geeks world.. What does it mean? Actually there are “10” different characters that are not easy to seperate for the rest of the wolrd: Geeks and Nerds. But what’s the actual difference? An Infographic compiled by  http://www.mastersinit.org/ is explaining how to seperate them. While Geeks are more likley to be found in […]

[Infographic] What makes social games so popular?

Whenever I think of gaming, I think of board games, card game as well as computer and console games first. Most game involve more than just one character and even those who can be played on your own are more fun being played with a friend. Social interaction is a common element in almost all […]

Udacity – how to build your own search engine over even a robotic car

Last year I successfully attended “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence” bay Sebastian Thrun and Peter Norvig. Sebastian and Peter are pioneers on the field of free online education and gave an awesome experience to a lot of online students. A few days ago I received this Email from Sebastian asking to promote his latest venture udacity: […]

Most expensive grafitti of all time through Facebook IPO

Usually graffiti artist are recognizedas vandals disturbing the world clean look with their Art. They are not known for being the smartest folks. But this view may change in a few days. David Choe paintings at Facebooks first headquarter may be woth north of $200M in a few days without being sold. How this works? […]

Facebook Hacker Cup 2012 – How to solve Alphabet Soup

Alphabet Soup was by far the easiest problem in the qualifiers. I am not talking implementation but about understanding the problem. In some cases the “problem designers” did a good job in confusing me for at least an hour by their style in description. In alphabet soup’s case the problem was formulated as follows: Alfredo […]

Hacking Contest by Google, Code Jam 2012

Get seated, ready, steady.. GO. There is another annual hacking cup coming. I already pointed to the Facebook Hacker Cup a few days ago. Now it is time to announce that also Google is doing it’s annual contest in 2012. Google Code Jam 2012 The first round starts in March 2012, so maybe you already […]