I have Oracle RDBMS working on Ubuntu for a long time (12.04 and 14.04) RDBMS versions 10g, 11g and 12c with some tweaks to get it working. Apart from the effort to get it working, some time requires Makefile modifications, these configurations are not supported by Oracle and for sure you couldn't report any bug.
The session is a two part session, focusing on iOS notifications (local/remote) and new features, like text-apply, but the most interesting part for me was the second half, which announced some coming APNs changes!
The big news is, Apple will have HTTP/2 API to send notification requests to APNs.
Today on Facebook’s F8 conference they announced Parse for IoT. This a cool, but not unexpected move, especially since there is demand to have connected objects being part of an (enterprise) cloud systems. We will see more of that happening soon, and our lesson learned on traditional mobile, will be applied to IoT devices or “connected objects” in general.
After reading a bit about Apache Mesos I wanted to play a bit with it. If you don’t know what Mesos is, it’s a cluster manager that provides efficient resource isolation and sharing across distributed applications, or frameworks.