- Wordpress on .NET, really: The Peachpie project has matured enough to be able to run real complex PHP project under the .NET runtime. This is worth a look even if you don’t use .NET. Amazing work.
- New Raspberry Pi Zero, now with Wifi and BT: There is a new Zero on the block and it will make your connected IoT projects much easier. Check it out.
- Lets Compile Like is 1992: In which Fabien Sanglard compiles Wolfstein 3D from the open source release using Borland C++ and DOSBox.
- tiny self-compiling C compiler, a tiny self-executing MIPS emulator, and a tiny self-hosting MIPS hypervisor: yes, thats it, a little C compiler that is self hosted, and both an emulator and hypervisor for MIPS. There is a bonus microkernel in it too.
- Terminais São Sexy: Uma lista de recursos para terminais, de apps até bibliotecas e frameworks (disponível também via github repo.
- Duo, um novo gerenciador de pacotes para front-end: Idéias bacanas em um novo gerenciador de pacotes para desenvolvedores web.
- Slap, um editor para terminal tipo o Sublime: Um editor de texto muito bem feito para terminal, inspirado no Sublime.
- SpaceVim, uma distribuição comunitária do Vim: Inspirado no spacemacs, essa distribuição do Vim tem uma porção de funcionalidades e é bem bonita.
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Será que isso é “complexo” de verdade? Ou nós que estamos “complicando”?
This post covers my thoughts on our BrazilJS booth experience. Our booth is always one of the most popular ones at BrazilJS, not only because it has free coffee but also because it has a really engaging team and activities, in this brief post I will list some of the sucessful actions that the community team present at the event took that could be replicated elsewhere.
What is your dream for the Web?
Our booth rear (and only) wall was made of glass panes that formed the Firefox logo. Juliana from the Altos Eventos crew had an idea to bring bright permanent markers and decorate the glass. This idea evolved into an call to action for the conference attendees: “What is your dream for the Web?”.
This call to action was spread on our social networks and also word of mouth as attendees visited our booth. It was pretty sucessful and in the end we had a very livelly wall with different languages and messages. This action brought attendees and Mozilla together in their shared dreams for the Web. I believe this should be replicated in community oriented events as it brings a playful tone to otherwise boring corporate booths.
What it is
Rio Web Fest is a full day of practical activities focused on digital skills and technological exploration.
Why it is important
There is a lack of events focused on new digital skills and exploring creativity in Rio. There are a lot of events for professional development and web technology but nothing that caters to this underrepresented group of new digital citizens. People who are just learning new digital skills have no way to network with each other and not many places to connect with mentors and facilitators.
Instead of throwing an event focused on acquiring new digital skills, we decided to run an event focused on producing new original content (through remixing, interventions or exploratory methods). Our one rule was that all activities must be hands-on and practical, learners and facilitators would focus on experimentation and having fun. This was not only a celebration of Rio Mozilla Club, but also an opportunity for learners from different venues to connect to one another and establish new positive relationships.
We have two types of activities going on during one of our club meetings.
- Micro-activities: these are quite simple and only require a flip-chart, sharpie pens or similar and post-it notes. They usually take about 5 minutes to complete.
- Activities: these are the same activities you find at the Web Literacy Basics curriculum. Most activities take about 1 hour to complete. For the Privacy Day we used activities from the Expanded Privacy Curriculum that is currently in testing phase.
In our events we tend to do a little roller-coaster ride oscillating between micro-activities and full activities to keep the pace cool.
Eu, assim como o autor do artigo, também sou super fã de TypeScript e acho uma iniciativa mega legal da Microsoft. A linguagem começou a ficar mais famosa aqui no Brasil ao ser adotada pelos desenvolvedores do Angular 2 e assim como tudo mais que acontece no nosso país esse assunto virou briga de torcida organizada onde algumas pessoas parecem acreditar que para gostar de TypeScript é necessário não gostar de JS e vice versa, isso não faz sentido nenhum. Existem vários pontos no artigo e nos comentários que são más interpretações do JS e seu ecosistema. Pretendo falar a respeito de alguns desses pontos.