Windows Azure Mobile Service

Windows Azure Mobile Service
Event on 2013-04-18 13:00:00

Med Azure Mobile services får du en backend til alle mobile enheder. Mobile Services giver dig authentication mod facebook, twitter og Microsoft Accounts, push notifications mod Windows 8, Windows Phone og IOS samt en simpel og dynamisk måde at håndtere data på. Hvis du selv vil kigge lidt på det, så er Azure training kit blevet opdateret med materiale omkring Mobile Services


Introduktion til Mobile Services – Hvad er mobile services? Hvorfor og hvem kan bruge mobile services?
Serverlogik i nodejs – Serverlogikken og selve mobile services er lavet som CRUD operationer. Du kan til hver operation lave din egen logik i nodejs. Vi kigger på hvordan man koder logik i nodejs.

Data – Azure Mobile service supportere både statisk og dynamiske skemaer i databasen.

Authentication – Du har mulighed for at plugge Microsoft Accounts, Google ID, Facebook auth ind. Vi kigger på hvordan man bruger det og sætter det op.

Push Notifications – Ved brug at lidt serverlogik i nodejs kan vi nemt sende push notifikationer ud gennem forskellige kanaler, til forskellige devices.

Sikkerhed –  Først kigger vi på authentication, som konfigureres, og sidst authorization som man skal have med i serverlogikken (nodesjs).

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Happy Hanukkah!

Happy Hanukkah!

Image by Abraham C
Can’t see the Hanukah connection? Well it’s the setting: The Koder house.
I was wandering about Fort Cochin when I walked into this boutique hotel. Later on I find that the house originally belonged to the Koder family. The Koders were Jews who came to Cochin in the 1800s from Iraq. For the past 3 years the hotel has been celebrating Hanukkah.
The photo is taken in the central courtyard and a menorah can been seen on the left (Too bad I didn’t not recognize it when I was taking the photo!)

Saint Leo, One of the Top Criminal Justice Universities, Offers Special Course on International Sex Trafficking

Saint Leo, Florida (PRWEB) March 14, 2012

The statistics on sex trafficking paint a rather grim picture. The U.S. Department of Justice says the average age of a trafficked victim is between 12 and 14 years old. According to the United Nations Childrens Fund, that means every 2 minutes a child is being prepared for sexual exploitation. As one of the top criminal justice universities, Saint Leo understands the detrimental impact sex trafficking has on society, which is why it is offering a special International Sex Trafficking Course on May 7 to 10, 2012.

The International Sex Trafficking Course is presented through Saint Leo University’s Institute for Excellence in Criminal Justice Administration and is coordinated by associate professor Barry Glover. The intense, four-day format gives students pursuing a criminal justice degree online a chance to interact in a classroom setting.

Century Old Problem Has no Geographical Boundaries

Selling women and girls into prostitution has been going on for centuries. Often Americans think this happens predominantly in developing countries where women are lured into trafficking with the promise of a good job in another country. In reality, sex trafficking also happens in large cities, small towns and rural areas across the United States. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 300,000 children in the United States are at risk every year for commercial sexual exploitation.

Current Law Enforcement Investigators, Saint Leo Experts Presenting

As one of the top criminal justice universities, Saint Leo has access to numerous professionals in this field. Guest presenters include; Robert ONeill, J.D, the U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Florida; Thomas Gillan, with The National Institute for Human Trafficking; Lt. George Koder, a 17-year veteran of the Clearwater Police Department; Det. Jeremy Lewis, a 10-year veteran of the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office and the lead detective on the Clearwater Area Human Trafficking Task Force and Det. James McBride, a detective with the Clearwater Police Department who is also a lead investigator in the Clearwater Area Human Trafficking Task Force.

Two members of Saint Leos Criminal Justice Department, Leonard Territo, Ed.D. and Nataliya Lyovina-Glover, will also be presenters. Dr. Territo, a distinguished visiting professor at Saint Leo, has served as a major and chief deputy with the Leon County Sheriffs Office in Tallahassee, Fla., and as a detective and officer in the Tampa, Fla. Police Department. The book he co-authored, International Sex Trafficking of Women and Children: Understanding the Global Epidemic, has just been released. Lyovina-Glover, an adjunct professor, previously screed Visa applications in the Ukraine to reduce the possibility of the sex trafficking of young women and currently teaches a class on International Sex Trafficking of Women and Children at Saint Leo.

Four-Day Format Convenient for All Students

All students, whether they are working towards a bachelors in criminal justice, a certificate, or graduate degree can take this course. On the last day of instruction, students will take a final exam and then have the summer to complete the additional research papers, articles for publication and active learning projects necessary to receive the appropriate credit.

The course is also ideal for law enforcement professionals who want to improve their understanding of sex trafficking. A certificate can be earned for course completion. For students who do not live close to the campus or are pursuing a criminal justice degree online or a masters of criminal justice online and would like to take this course, discounted rates have been arranged at the Microtel Hotel in Zephyrhills and the Hampton in Dade City.

About Saint Leo University

Saint Leo ranks as one of the top universities in the South, according to U.S. News & World Reports Americas Best Colleges list. Saint Leos traditional liberal arts campus, located 30 miles north of Tampa, educates more than 1,900 students. Total enrollment across its campus, continuing education centers, and online programs exceeds 15,000. Among the oldest Catholic universities in Florida, Saint Leo is one of the nation’s 10 leading providers of higher education to the U.S. military, and is a nationally recognized leader in online education.

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