Geek Reading March 4, 2016 #1056

Another slow news day yesterday, so we have a continued focus on development. First, on NOUPE they talk about the Google Resizer tool which shows you how your site responds to different sized devices. It is not a perfect tool, so depending on how you developed for mobile, you might not be getting the right headers. At the morning paper, we get an interesting post on Bayesian structural time-series models. If you are remotely interested in advanced algorithms, artificial intelligence or machine learning, the morning paper is something that should be on your daily reading list. At DZone, we get a good post about supporting Java 6, 8 and 9 with a single API. This is interesting mainly because it brings back the ideas of preprocessing your code based on the target version. I am not sure if I agree with the idea, especially when trying to support Java 6, which is no longer officially supported anyway.

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