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March 22, 2012  5:44 AM

Adobe cranks web developer arsenal with personalisation tools

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Adobe, Web applications, Web developers

Aiming to extend its reputation amongst the web developer and designer communities, Adobe has updated its Web Experience Management (WEM) offering with a set of product augmentations designed to drive sites that engender "web engagement with optimised (and personalised) landing pages" plus social...

December 6, 2011  5:13 AM

Handling “complex” web sites, it’s complicated

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
cloud, Data, Developers, Load balancing, Network, Web applications

While a good chunk of application development is aligning towards mobile apps that are in many cases initially scaled back (as updates follow) and/or even disposable -- somewhere, in the cloud data centre and on the web, things are getting more complex. But what makes a complex web site...


October 24, 2011  2:21 PM

Programming possibilities: recognising facial recognition technology

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Facial recognition, Web applications

As seemingly impossible as we might have thought it 50 or 60-years ago that a journalist would be using an electronic slab to write this story 33,000 feet in the air, there was also a time when the notion of facial recognition technology was thought beyond the realms of scientific research. Well...


August 5, 2011  7:35 AM

What does ‘drilling into the cloud application layer’ really mean?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Cloud Computing, Data, Uptime, Web applications

Those of us with a ticket to ride (to the cloud) gathered in a central London location earlier this week to hear Rackspace talk about its new Critical Sites service.

It's always nice to press the flesh with the real CEOs behind the IT industry -- and I got a quick chance to meet...


June 7, 2011  12:07 PM

What will developers do with 3000 new Mac OS X Lion APIs?

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
API, Apple, Mac, OS X, Programming, Web applications

As you will know, Computer Weekly reported news of Apple's next operating system Mac OS X Lion last night, in line with events at the company's annual developer...


May 15, 2011  6:59 AM

Yahoo! Open Hack Romania, in pictures

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
API, Hack, Programmer, Web applications, Yahoo

Bucharest, Romania is the location for the 2011 Yahoo! Open Hack day. This is the fourteenth event of its kind and somewhere around 300 developers have descended on the city to hack up & mash up, eat pizza and cram as many carbonated drinks down as them as they physically can inside 24...


May 13, 2011  6:49 AM

Yahoo! hackers descend on Dracula’s Romania

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
APIs, Hack, Web applications, Yahoo

After attending the Yahoo! open hack day in Bangalore a few years back and meeting co-founder David Filo, I've had a soft spot for a company that still arguably has a lot to offer to the web developer community given its pedigree in online page presentation, API openness and all round desire to...


May 3, 2011  1:33 PM

Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 from a software developer’s perspective

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Adobe, Flash, HTML5, SDK, Tools, Web applications

Adobe is hanging out the flags this week for the launch of its Creative Suite 5.5 product. Now with added vitamin C, bicarbonate of soda for a whiter smile, extra minty freshness and so-called "breakthroughs" in HTML5 authoring and mobile app development. cs55_family_boxshot.png


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