Topic: yelp

BlackBerry’s KEYone, Yelp’s GraphQL developer access, and OpenText’s Enhancement Pack — SD Times news digest: May 4, 2017

BlackBerry’s new device, the BlackBerry KEYone, is getting all the attention this week, primarily because of its nostalgic, aesthetic QWERTY keyboard: A 35 key physical keyboard with capacitive touch support. The phone also comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, Android 7.1 Nougat, BlackBerry Hub software, and more features. In addition, the KEYone features a … continue reading

Yelp offers up Kafka tools to open source

Yelp saved itself US$10 million by building out its Apache Kafka-based Data Pipeline, and now it wants to spread that love to other enterprises. Just before the holidays, Yelp open-sourced its Data Pipeline and assorted utilities used to maintain and build out this streaming data platform. Data Pipeline is now available on GitHub under the … continue reading

Yelp launches Yelp Fusion, Microsoft creates Vcpkg tool, and the new Touch Sense SDK for Android developers—SD Times news digest: Sept. 20, 2016

Yelp is announcing a new program designed to provide developers with easier access to local data and content. Yelp Fusion will provide broader content and search tools, as well as a new initiative to integrate the Yelp Fusion API into developer education. “As devices and services are increasingly expected to be locally aware, Yelp content … continue reading

Yelp releases API developer preview, Dell reveals digital transformation problems, AT&T and Orange team up on open source—SD Times news digest: July 20, 2016

Yelp is currently revamping its API based on developer feedback, and today it is giving developers a preview as to what it has been working on. According to the company, the API will feature two new capabilities: autocomplete and transaction search. Both are designed to help improve its user experience. In addition, the company is … continue reading

QCon highlights microservices, troubleshooting

Now that we all live in this cloudy, serverless world, what in the heck do we do when something goes wrong? This was a major topic of discussion at QCon San Francisco’s second day. Today’s talks and gatherings focused heavily on engineering reliability at scale, and on how to build services that can fail gracefully. … continue reading

Yelp open-sources its code, OpenCar reveals new infotainment dev tool, and Project Astoria put on hold—SD Times news digest: Nov. 16, 2015

Yelp has open-sourced its code on GitHub for developers to use. Named PaaSTA, it’s a highly available distributed system for building, deploying, and running services using containers and Apache Mesos, according to its GitHub site. Yelp also wrote that PaaSTA has been running in production at Yelp for more than a year, and there are … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Three first impressions of Apple Watch, Yelp and something else

First Impressions of the Apple Watch: Surprised that it’s not called the iWatch. The user interface looks surprisingly cool. Distressed that the Apple Watch needs to be charged every day, but if the docking station is sufficiently easy to use, it shouldn’t be a deal breaker. The watches look like real watches, beautiful as well … continue reading

Linkapalooza: July 28, 2014

Today, The Linker is about to get on a plane. Since he is leaving on a jet plane, he leaves it to you to entertain his cat with your thoughts. His cat is psychic, you see, and can read your minds. Microsoft has changed its GitHub page. Gosu: A pragmatic language for the JVM… Sublime … continue reading

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