Chrome 47 brought a new change, and one that's caused a lot of confusion and irritation for some WebRTC developers. Despite the warnings and PSAs from the WebRTC team at Google, and the console deprecation warning, some didn't get the message that getUserMedia now requires that the requesting app be
A few months ago, Philipp Hancke from &yet posted Improved Screensharing UX on Talky [https://blog.andyet.com/2015/03/30/talky-first-time-ux-matters] which specifically addresses the UX for first-time users. The problem being addressed is threefold: 1. In Chrome, desktop capture for screen sharing is enabled via the desktopCapture Chrome
Preamble/Motivation I'm working on an MVC web app that will soon be moving to Azure. The big roadblock to moving the application is that it uses LDAP to communicate accross our local intranet to our Active Directory domain controller to authenticate users. The de facto method of authenticating users
There's currently quite [http://blog.jcoglan.com/2013/11/15/why-github-is-not-your-cv/] a bit [http://ashedryden.com/blog/the-ethics-of-unpaid-labor-and-the-oss-community] of discussion [http://code.dblock.org/github-is-your-new-resume] flying around [http://anti-pattern.com/github-is-your-resume-now] regarding whether GitHub should be used in place of a resume when considering candidates for a software position. Part
> This post is a follow-up to An Attempt to Explain the Pain of SharePoint Development [http://xdumaine.com/an-attempt-to-explain-the-pain-of-sharepoint-development] to show that I'm not all pessimistic, and that there are parts of my job that I really enjoy. The Development Environment If you're developing an ASP.NET MVC web application,
I'm currently working on a SharePoint project which requires deploying multiple custom pre-configured pages. These are pages that have web parts, but aren't the standard "configure this page however you want" pages in SharePoint. I've found that the best way to achieve this is to create a "web part page"