For the past two years ESPN has held internal hackathons. And while they keep saying that these hacker creations “have been incorporated across the ESPN ecosystem, SC Feed is the first to emerge largely unchanged from the concept stage.”
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I entered my favorite college football team (UCLA Bruins), NFL team (Chargers), and baseball team (Angels). The result is one clean list of stories that would normally be scattered across ESPN.com 다운로드. And it is a web app, meaning that it works on any device – as long as you log-in.
I think it’s home run for ESPN.
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With 17% of the web using WordPress it’s no wonder there is a WordCamp every week 비단체. More than that with 75 scheduled for this year. These ‘unconferences’ are informal gatherings of like-minded people from bloggers to developers to creatives 웹쉐어 다운로드. The content is based on those attending and has a heavy bias towards the local community.
From WordCamp Central:
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Definitely worth attending for the networking and geekery alone. To find one close to you here is a list of WordCamps 다운로드. I found mine and it is in Los Angeles on September 15, 2012.
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The President is set to sign an executive order today (June 13, 2012) that aims to cut the cost of broadband construction across federal roadways and properties by up to 90 percent 호텔 델루나 7회 다운로드. The White House is also is looking to improve “next-generation applications and (the) digital experience,” running on networks that are a heady 100 times faster than what’s in use today 입사지원서 다운로드.
Called – U.S. Ignite – the partnership aims to push the growth of next-generation broadband networks, teaming up with over 100 start-ups, universities and existing tech companies like HP, Comcast and Verizon for the project 마인크래프트 자바 에디션.
The National Science Foundation has thrown in $250 million to assist the partnership’s creation of a national 1-gigabit network that would connect together academic and developer hubs 예스맨 프로젝트 다운로드.
Mozilla has decided to team up with the foundation to offer up a $500,000 prize pot for developers looking to help create the “internet of the future” 다운로드.
Follow the U.S 다운로드. Ignite program on: Facebook – Twitter
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