Infrastructure automation The Google Cloud Platform (GCP) can provide the IT infrastructure you need to run your own applications or services. In addition, the platform also provides many products and services that can be used to build your complete IT landscape. Setting up infrastructure no longer includes provisioning hardware, patching operating systems and cable wiring up network components. Instead, you now manage resources such as virtual machines, accounts, datastore, networks, enable APIs and setting permissions.
On March 23, Q42 and Google Amsterdam organized an event to watch the keynote from the GCP Next 2016 conference held in San Fransico. As the Ubanita platform is hosted on the Google Cloud Platform, we were given the opportunity by Q42 to talk about our platform as part of a lightning talk. Ofourse, we had prepared a demo game and the audience was invited to join a simple multiplayer game.
Updates a linked list of future calls to send a message.
Algorithm for drawing a 2D ring shape using OpenGL bindings in Go (from the firespark project).
Hiding complexity of Android animators when chaining dependencies. Thanks to our guest software artist: Jamie Craane
Implementation of an XPath-like function for JSON documents to test REST api’s using forest.
A solution to a level of Blocky Games Maze.
All I can do at this point is to say I am sorry and guide you back Home
A solution to an exercise from Programming Erlang which I explained here