New Year’s Resolution: How to Back Up Your Data

Last week I encouraged you to use Amazon’s cheap and extremely resilient Glacier service to archive your personal data. Let’s see how to do this. Glacier uses the same storage technology as S3, for just one-tenth the cost. The primary trade-off is that Glacier is intended for archiving data, not using it, and to get […]
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Android User Interface Testing on Amazon’s Device Farm Part 2

In part 1 of this post I looked at how to create Robotium instrumentation tests for an Android application so that it could be tested on Amazon’s Device Farm. At the end of that post, we had two apk files: the application and the tests. The process of testing on the AWS device farm is […]
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The Cloud goes to Hollywood

Earlier this week I attended a one day seminar presented by Amazon Web Services in Los Angeles entitled “Digital Media in the AWS Cloud”. Since I was involved in a media project recently I wanted to see what services Amazon and some of their partners offer specifically to handle media workloads. Some of these services […]
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Cloud Skills in Demand

According to a recent analysis by CyberCoders cloud computing talents will be the second most sought after IT skill in 2013. Interestingly the analysis specifically calls out AWS and Azure. That these two are included is not a surprise to those of us that have followed the evolution of cloud computing over the past few […]
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Amazon is the New Coal Tar, and I Mean That in a Good Way

Ages ago, before the documentary channels on satellite and cable degenerated into today’s freak shows of bounty hunters, “reality” Prima Donnas, conspiracies and the paranormal, they carried programming that could actually teach you something. Shows like the multiple incarnations of Connections contained solid history and the science behind the developments being discussed. One thing I […]
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