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Opening Keynotes Codebits 2012

Opening Keynotes Welcome notes and general rules about Codebits. Important activities explained. Big announcements for this year's edition. And a surprise or two, who knows.

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Opening Keynotes Codebits 2012 part2

Opening Keynotes Codebits 2012 part2

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Opening Keynotes Codebits 2012 part3

Opening Keynotes Codebits 2012 part3

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RASPBERRYPI: PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE - Rob Bishop

An introduction to the RaspberryPi, including an overview of its history and development, details on the technical specification and an outline of future developments with many cool tech demos and announcements along the way.

16 Nov 2012

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REST: You're doing it wrong - Raoul Felix

Web APIs are pretty great right? They allow us to build cool things on top of the shoulders of giants. Your imagination and your programming skills are the limit. Now, there are many ways to build an API: simple GET/POSTs, RPC, SOAP (yuck), and REST.

17 Nov 2012

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NODE.JS BDD WITH MOCHA AND SHOULD.JS - Igor Soarez

Having tests is always a huge benefit to any project. They - provide a safety net for developers - can boost development speed if done properly - will help newcomers understand the code faster - make developers feel more confident -- less FUD - tend to help developers think better about the problems they are trying to solve

15 Nov 2012

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Hack Your Life for Fun and Profit - Mitch Altman

Life is bizarre. We have control over so little of it. Yet, we all make our way through life, one way or another. In this talk, Mitch relates his journey from a depressed kid to someone who loves living his life, sharing some insights, successes and failures (and some geeky projects), and hoping to encourage you to find your own path, and make a living doing what you love.

16 Nov 2012

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Ruby on Rails: Start Your Engines - Luis Ferreira

Ruby on Rails is one of the most used frameworks for web development and it is used even more by companies providing SaaS (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_as_a_service). In my opinion SaaS should be all about modularity, and that's where Rails Engines come in. So, if you're doing SaaS, want to create RoR Engines or just want to learn one of the coolest things in RoR, this talk is for you!

16 Nov 2012

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bi-copter v2.0 - Luis Correia

Same context, different design, most likely flying this time. No excuses! Last year I presented this https://codebits.eu/intra/s/session/187, this year it will be the project closure. So expect a follow up talk with the very likely presentation of awesome videos.

19 Nov 2012

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Ink - Pedro Couto e Santos, Cláudio Gamboa

Ink is an interface kit for quick development of web interfaces, simple to use and expand on. It uses a combination of HTML, CSS and JavaScript to offer modern solutions for building layouts, display common interface elements and implement interactive features that are content-centric and user friendly for both your audience and your designers & developers.

17 Nov 2012

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The Art of Readable Code - Pedro Morais

So earlier this year I came across "The Art of Readable Code", an O'Reilly book about writing better, more maintainable code. I found myself nodding in agreement at mostly everything in the book. At about 200 pages, it's a quick read, so you should just go and read it. Honestly. Go. You'll probably even be able to find a PDF somewhere.

16 Nov 2012

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Javascript Canvas Audiovisual Light and Magic - Filipe Cruz

For the past year i been exploring Javascript Canvas for audiovisual demos on size constraints (1k, 4k, 10k). I've been deliberately avoiding WebGL and 3D to experiment on 2D graphics and realtime sound on the browser. This talk will be about lessons learned through that process. Showcasing the projects, explaining the technology choices, alternatives, pros and cons.

16 Nov 2012

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Extreme deployments with the uWSGI server - Roberto De Ioris

Modern web technlogies moved from simple scripts to pretty complex long running applications requiring a new set of infrastructures and skills. the uWSGI project tries to help sysadmins with an extremely versatile platform for hosting web apps written in various languages (python, perl, ruby, lua, php...) and with different scalability and availability needs. The talk will show some of the most funny uWSGI features and some of the ways users have found to solve very specific problems.

16 Nov 2012

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The World Of Choice: Developing Games for Windows 8 - Andrew Parsons

An overview of the variety of options developers have to build games on the Windows 8 platform including coverage of HTML5/JavaScript, XAML/C#, DirectX/C++ and a number of third party engines, game makers and other tools that can help you get up to speed quickly and get your games published on this fantastic platform opportunity.

16 Nov 2012

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Robots for all - Guilherme Martins, André Almeida, Francisco Dias

Why there are no Rosies or R2D2 in nowadays? Is it due to technological limitations? We don’t think so! There are though several technologies that already provide means to achieve this goal, in the areas of artificial intelligence, speech recognition, simultaneous localization and mapping, non deterministic programming, mechanics, electronics and control.

16 Nov 2012

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Mobile HTML Maps - Alexandre Amaral de Carvalho

As you should know any maps application is tricky. Specially so, if in HTML and mobile browsers. SAPO mapas (desktop version) doesn't work properly in any mobile environment as it is. Others did produce mobile HTML versions of their maps but in my experience were always full of bugs and didn't work properly on my android.

16 Nov 2012

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gevent 1.0: Pragmatic Concurrency for Python - Denis Bilenko

Gevent is a Python library that enables you to write highly-concurrent network and web applications, while avoiding the mess that usually comes with event loops and callbacks. Gevent does so by using "greenlet", stack-slicing module for Python that adds real coroutines to CPython.

19 Nov 2012

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Gorilas in Space - João Leitão

João Leitão is a Portuguese film director who presented us last year with an exclusive preview of “Capitão Falcão”, his latest TV series. He will be at Codebits 2012 to tell us about “Space Bill & Max”, his new Sci-Fi movie. This project will be shot and produced entirely in Portugal by Individeos, and will feature the work of Oscar and BAFTA-winner MillenniumFX, who worked on Doctor Who, Tomb Raider, Saving Private Ryan, and literally hundreds more projects of note.

16 Nov 2012

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Coding reality: scripting objects and 3D printing them... - Erik de Bruijn

Coding reality: scripting objects and 3D printing them with an open source toolchain Erik de Bruijn

19 Nov 2012

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"Perl is dead" is dead - André Santos

The "Perl is dead" meme was around for a while, but Perl is actually still alive and well. In fact, in recent years, Perl's community has been more active than ever. This talk will describe the past, present and future of Perl, including the efforts made which changed Perl from "the sysadmins duct tape" or "that ugly language that powered the server-side of the Internet back in the early 2000's" into a full-featured modern language.

16 Nov 2012

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