DZone Weekly Link Round-up (July 2)
in case you missed it, Google hosted its giant developers conference last week and announced a few big things, including Google Cloud Dataflow and a bunch of Android-related news.
California Governor Jerry Brown essentially revealed what supporters said was an outdated law prohibiting commerce using anything but U.S. currency.
The Internet of Things isn't about the widgets, it's about the networks that connect them – and thus about the developers the work on those networks.
Tame your monkey mind – and read this engineer's ruminations on what he's learned, whether you think it's applicable to you or not.
In the era of big data and ever more connected devices, one woman is trying to take control of her own data in an interesting way – by incorporating herself.
"A 2010 Fortune Magazine article referred to the explosion and subsequent glut of Apple and Twitter apps as turning developers from “superstars to serfs.” Welcome to the new digital working class, programmers."
Because this is the internet, after all.
Do you even code, bro? Do you?
Remember the hey day of interactive, WYSIWYG video game creation? Relive RPG maker online.
The new 501(c)(3) and the future of free software in the United States
Going out on a limb to call legalese nerdy, but it's an interesting read none-the-less.