Is Apple to blame for the mobile app deep linking delay?

Now that mobile deep linking — the process of linking into specific sections of apps — has started to become widespread, it’s increasingly clear that apps should never have been isolated from one another in the first place.

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Amazon's new T2 low-cost server slivers scale up to meet demand

Amazon Web Services has you covered if you’re seeking powerful chips to handle your app’s needs. Now it’s becoming more full-featured on the other range of the spectrum, with new slices of servers that can run super-light workloads and handle slightly heftier when necessary.

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Home automation heats up

While Google and Apple will help drive mainstream adoption of home automation, there are a number of options available today, that will make connecting to the Internet of Things a simple and efficient experience, allowing you to automate key events in and around the home.

Python Obscura was the theme of the Hackbright-led Master Class at DevBeat 2013.

Hacking the hacker school: How the bootcamp is being taken to scale outside the coding world

Coding bootcamps have proven their value to the students, operators, and employers. Despite their steep cost, generally about $1,000 per week in tuition, schools can’t find enough instructors and expand quickly enough to meet demand. Those students are drawn by advertised placement rates of 90 percent or higher in software developer jobs with salaries that return their investments almost immediately.


Here's why MobileBeat is the must-attend mobile event of the year

We’ll highlight winning strategies for tracking and serving customers and every phase of their journey on mobile. Visionaries from Facebook, Google, Walmart, Yahoo, LinkedIn, Twitter, L’Oreal, and Clear Channel will be on hand.