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NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
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NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

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NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

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NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

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NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

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NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
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NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING

NodeRED Rocks for IoT Flows

So I am working on learning how to use the Internet of Things with my Raspberry PI 2 and NodeRED flow manager.  

Lots of really cool stuff you can do with it. It can check your mail or twitter feed or listen to rss feeds or web sockets or watch files for changes and lots of other sources of changing real-time content from the web or from connected devices via the serial ports on the raspberry pi.  Then it can modify and make decisions about what to do with the flow of information coming through the flow system. 

Really interesting system.  I'm working on some artificial intelligence based twitter responder and email responder systems to help me connect with folks in an automated fashion.

 

Codenvy Web Based IDE system is an interesting tool.

We have been reviewing the Codenvy Web IDE system for use by our members for doing code research for the projects we want to work on.

Our leader Michael McGinn was invited to talk with the Tyler Jewell, CEO of the Codenvy project to get a feeling for how it could work for our members.

Over all it was a very interesting phone conversation and I came away with hope that a robust solution for our members to code projects is possible now and will continue to get better as they release updates to the system over time.

We were comparing the systems to Cloud 9 and were happy to learn that the Codenvy system is built on a NodeJS non-blocking system so it has the ability to scale faster and be very quick. Cloud 9 is a different system in that it builds a virtual machine and every thing that happens gets run from that single virtual machine so there are going to be speed and scaling issues with virtual machine instance vs nodejs systems.

Give it a try:
https://codenvy.com/ws/waptug/WordPress  this is my account with my WordPress build in it.
https://codenvy.com/f?id=72qqs8e8u08hk9y3 is my factory link that you can use to log into Codenvy then persist it to your own account and develop with it.
Remember that if you want your code changes to be saved you must save the project. Changes you make inside the running project are not persisted between runs of the project. You must edit the project tree files to have your changes persist.

 

 

 

New BabyBubbles C++ project kickoff.

WapTug.Org C++ Project Kickoff Extending the C++ Code base of ToddlerKeys   I am beginning a quest to teach my…
CONTINUE READING