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Atlanta Code Camp – Tickets for sale

Register Here Code Camps are community focused events by and for the developer community. The Atlanta Code Camp draws upon the expertise of local and regional developers, architects, and experts who come together to share their real world experiences, lessons learned, best practices, and general knowledge with other interested individuals. Date: Saturday, September 15th, 2018 Registration Time: 8:00 AM to 8:45 AM […]

Jared Rhodes 
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Update – Techbash

UPDATE: Another one of my talks was selected for Techbash: Alternative Device Interfaces and Machine Learning. In this presentation, we will look at the how users interface with machines without the use of touch. These different types of interaction have their benefits and pitfalls. To showcase the power of these user interactions we will explore: Voice […]

Jared Rhodes 
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Atlanta Code Camp – Call for Speakers

The Atlanta Code Camp call for speakers is open and we are looking for speakers on the following topics: Cloud Computing (Cloud architecture, Serverless) Data Engineering (RDBMS, NOSQL, Analytics) Data Science (Big Data, AI/ML, Functional Programming) Mobile Computing (Native and/or Hybrid) Modern Web Development, Languages and Tools DevOps and ALM (Including Agile, TDD, and related […]

Jared Rhodes 
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Sponsors Wanted – Atlanta Medical Hackathon

The Atlanta Medical Hackathon is looking for Sponsors. Sponsors can look forward to getting in front of soon to graduate, undergraduate and graduate students interested in a career in technology or medicine. Hackathons are a design sprint-like event in which computer programmers and others involved in software development, including graphic designers, interface designers, project managers, […]

Jared Rhodes 
App Services Azure

WordPress iFrame using Azure

There was a need to host some javascript in a WordPress page due to how sessionize embeds speaker sessions. Due to WordPress’ limitations on javascript usage, the script could not be used in the page. To bypass this limitation, an Azure website can host the script; and then be used as an iFrame inside the WordPress […]

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