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Dwayne Forde

Dwayne Forde is a Director of Engineering for Cloud Foundry in Pivotal Toronto. Dwayne leads a Cloud Foundry engineering team of 30 where he is responsible for the technical success, hiring, evangelism, and communication with other offices. His background is in full stack development which includes the frontend (Javascript, HTML, CSS), backend (Ruby on Rails, Java), and mobile (iOS, Android, WebOS, Blackberry) as well as architectural design on bare metal and IaaSs. In a previous role, Dwayne led software development specializing in mobile strategy for the world’s most important brands. Dwayne has worked with the automotive, entertainment, telecom, sports, and other industries to deploy solutions in a highly interactive and compelling manner. Dwayne has presented his work at events like TEDx Silicon North and has also been featured in major publications, including The Globe and Mail and The Toronto Star.

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How Pivotal Performs Continuous Delivery of Mobile Services

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery play a large role in Pivotal’s agile engineering culture. Integration testing can be simulated in many different ways, but when it comes to Mobile Services, the only viable solution is to use real devices. We have implemented a method that offers an automated 360 view of our product quality throughout the development process, allowing us to test on the thousands of devices we have on-hand. Here’s an example of how we use Pivotal Cloud Foundry and iOS and Android bundles to test push notifications on a wide array of devices.

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A Wrap-Up of DevCon 5 2013

HTML5 has long been one of the hottest topics in mobile technology circles. The concept of write once, deploy everywhere is an alluring one. I attended DevCon 5 this past summer, a conference dedicated to HTML5 and the advancement of …

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Why Connected Cars Will Thrive

Imagine turning the heat on in your car with your mobile device a few minutes before stepping out of the house, without having to turn on the engine. Or your car booking an appointment with the mechanic when it reached …

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HTML5 Facebook Style Sliding Menu Using Twitter Bootstrap Collapse

Ever since Facebook, and other “super” apps started to implement a side menu that slides out for their main navigation, this pattern has pretty much turned into the standard for any application that has a lot of content and a …

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Custom Transforms in Ember Data Rev 6

Ember Data is a library for loading models from a persistence layer (such as a JSON API), updating those models, then saving the changes. It provides many of the facilities you’d find in server-side ORMs like ActiveRecord, but is designed …

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Chrome 22.0.1229.79 Rendering Bug

The latest update for Google Chrome for OSX has a rendering issue where web pages render once upon load and never again. The bug completely prevents the user from properly interacting with a website because it won’t re-render a page …

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