Working with AmplifyJs has been great, It reduces a lot caching headaches, We are using amplifyjs in conjunction with Durandal, and durandal uses jQuery deffereds and the logical step would be to have amplify requests to be deffereds, As Amplifyjs was built with the intention of not having jQuery as a Dependency, the deferred support [...]
I recently brought a Raspberry Pi and I am making it my HTPC. I got a Model B 512MB from eBay US and a clear Case.
The package was really simple
I had gotten 3 extra Heat sinks and i put in 2 and put that in the Case
This Model had an Ethernet Port and 2 USB’s on One side (Right side in this image)
A 3.5MM Audio Jack and a Video Out (top in this Image
A SD Card Port and power on one Side (Left)
And an HDMI on the other (Bottom)
I am using my old Micro USB charger (5V DC = 750MA) to power up the device,
To begin with I also bought a 16GB MicroSD Card from SANDISK (Class 10) and also a KeyBoard & Mouse Combo from Logitech, These would be used only for installation and advanced stuff as I would be using my iPad for controlling the Device or my Kindle Fire (more on this Later).
I will continue on this and blog on setup and installation and others so keep watching
We are currently working on SSAS and building an analytics dashboard with custom charting and we are using Asp.net MVC for the web application part, ours being a small team, we have not setup Active Directory nor have we setup centralized Windows Authentication. Here starts the problem SSAS can only accessed by an authenticated user [...]