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Troubleshooting BOSH Releases/Deployments

Debugging a BOSH Release and it subsequent deployment can be challenging, but there are a few tricks which can ease the burden (e.g. preventing the tear-down of the compilation VM in order to troubleshoot the failure in vivo).

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Pivotal Cloud Foundry Mobile Push Services

Today's world is inextricably linked with mobile applications. These can be smartphone based, but increasingly smartwatch based! This opens up a world of new customer interaction that revolves around the timely communication of relevant information. This could be driven by context, by location, by timeframe—a multitude of factors. How do you ensure you can provide a reliable, scalable and powerful notification service across all mobile devices with minimum effort? This week Pivotal Labs' Matt Smith is a guest on the podcast to discuss the PCF Mobile Push Service that helps with just that!

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Pivotal Developers Discuss Microservices and IoT at QCon

QCon is a convention for professional software developers, offering direct and frank discussions on new technologies and common challenges. Taking place June 10-12 at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, QCon New York features presentations and talks on timely topics such as microservices, mobile development, and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. Pivotal’s Josh Long and Farhan Thawar will join the discussion, leading a presentation and day-long track at the event.

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The Secret Behind Silicon Valley

This week, Pivotal’s Rob Mee presented at the Global ICT Summit in Tokyo, Japan. Organized by the Nikkei and the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Rob was asked to present on how software is disrupting economies and industries worldwide, and how traditional approaches, paradigms and processes need to change in order to survive in these modern times.

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The Pivotal Tracker Blog Has Migrated

If you’re looking here for the Pivotal Tracker blog, you’re out of luck. But that luck is about to change! For info on new Tracker updates and features, upcoming events, the latest Femgineer TV episode, and general Tracker goodness, please visit our Tracker blog.

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Deploying a DNS Server to Amazon AWS with bosh-init

This post describes how to deploy a BIND 9 DNS server to Amazon AWS using bosh-init, a command-line BOSH tool that enables the deployment of VMs without requiring a Director VM. This blog post is the second of a series; it picks up where the previous one, How to Create a BOSH Release of a DNS Server, left off. Previously we described how to create a BOSH release (i.e. a BOSH software package) of the BIND 9 DNS server and deploy the server to VirtualBox via BOSH Lite.

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Part 1: Shifting From Android To Web Development

Learning to make front end web applications requires learning a few things in parallel—the language, the framework of choice, the test framework, the build system, and the different ways you can style things. This post will help you map your knowledge of Android to the equivalent in web in 5 easy steps.

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Ginning up a title

Interestings Announcing Gulp Jasmine Browser

The Pivotal UI team constructed Gulp Jasmine Browser: https://github.com/jasmine/gulp-jasmine-browser

If you are using Gulp and want to run Jasmine tests for your client-side code, use Gulp Jasmine Browser. It should feel just like using Jasmine Gem.

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What's said on the Internet stays on the Internet

Events Friday: Lunchtime Drawtime

Theme: Time Machine

Join us as we go back in time and mess history up…

…on the whiteboard, of course :)



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Learning Languages and Frameworks

You’re getting an itch 

So, you’ve been programming for a while now, but you’ve been using one stack.  Let’s say you’ve been building web applications with Java, Javascript and HTML.  New languages or frameworks seem like fun, but you are worried that you won’t be able to convince your manager that it will be worthwhile to try something new.

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