Get Out of Your Comfort Zone! Overcoming the First Hurdle of Starting a Business

On Episode 92 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with entrepreneur Paul Rush, about how to get out of your comfort zone and overcome the first hurdle of starting your own business!

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A Dog-Tracking Gizmo With a Novel Networking Technology

The next-gen Whistle dog tracker will be among the first products to tap into an emerging low-power cellular network. Image: Whistle Wi-Fi blankets our homes; speedy cell networks keep us connected everywhere else. Bluetooth Low Energy is poised to bring an unprecedented degree of locational awareness to our devices. Still, no single technology will be adequate for powering the whole of the internet of things. Tomorrow’s smart devices will need to be wirelessly multilingual, able to communicate not just many different networks but many different kinds of networks. They’ll need to be selective in their connectivity, tapping different technologies for different tasks to balance performance and battery life. In other words, they’ll need to be as clever as this doggie activity…

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A Dog-Tracking Gizmo With a Novel Networking Technology

Chrome DevTools Features You May Have Missed

In 2013, I posted a few tutorials on DevTools: Markup and Style, Networking and the Console and JavaScript and Performance, covering the basic features of the various DevTools panels. Since then, a lot has changed, so let’s take a look. Tl;dr DevTools has grown quite a bit since it was last covered on Tuts+, here are some of the features you’ll want to be aware of: Screencasting: view and interact with web pages on your Android device via DevTools on the desktop. Workspaces: use the Sources panel as a code editor. Edit code in your project and have that persist to disk. Source Map debugging: writing LESS/Sass or even CoffeeScript? Output Source Maps during compilation to have DevTools understand the mapping. *Flame Chart: *view an interactive …

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Chrome DevTools Features You May Have Missed

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