The year 2023 slowly but steadily comes to an end. And with it a new
Ruffy Le RaRe release comes along to end the year with a “bang”. Ruffy partnered up with A.R. and created a Deep House re-interpretation of “Rather Be” by Jess Glynne and Clean Bandit. This cover contains acoustic guitars, crunchy vocals and jazzy synth leads combined with a steady four-to-the-floor house rhythm. You’ve probably heard the original in the radio for at least 3 million times already, yet this version will be like listening to a completly different song.
Hey there! I hope you’re all having an awesome day filled with good vibes and great tunes. Today,
ruffy has something special in store that’s sure going to make your day a little bit better. We’re taking a trip down memory lane to revisit a classic track that had us all grooving back in the day – “Perfekte Welle” by Juli. Many productions as
2Phaze came out lately, so it was time to also release for the
Ruffy Le RaRe fans. And so shall it be! Come and join me a fusion of House, Electro a touch Dubstep and teaspoon full of nostalgia.
It’s time for a new release again 🚀🚀🚀. This time ruffy presents a tune combining catchy Drum & Bass and (lots of) iconic vocals from the previous 20 years. All that, combined into a single song. The project initially started out as a remix for “All That I Need” by
S3rl and was further on extended with
Dada Life and
Candee Jay. At some point the amount of vocals took overhand, so I’ve decided to call it a “Mashleg” (basically a mixture out of bootleg and a mashup). Now this song marks the first Mashleg of a series of Mashlegs called
Smash Ups. Come and have a listen…
Today’s architectural challenges are often tackled using distributed systems with microservices as major building blocks. While microservices offer great benefits, they tend to increase the overall complexity of a system. This problem especially increases in IoT scenarios with a large number of external systems to communicate with. In this talk, Raffael and Paul will show how actor frameworks such as Microsoft Orleans - using a long-forgotten paradigm from the early days of computer science - can greatly mitigate those problems. The speakers draw from their hands-on experience in developing a globally distributed system in .NET leveraging Microsoft Orleans.
Are you a streamer? Are you into Emojis? Do you want your community to engage more in your chat? Then say no more, you’re right here! In this post I’ll show you the awesome F(L)OSS project called
emojiwall. In a nutshell, it’s a fun enhancement for your stream, constantly having a look for emojis in chat messages. When a new message with emojis comes in, it extracts the emojis and makes them fly through the stream. We’ll cover how to configure it using smol.stream, and talk about how to host your own
emojiwall, as well as some best-practices tips & ticks and some hacks. 🤯🎪🚶🏗️❣️👯♂️🛢️🎵🈚🛫🐲🎂😺🐝🍖🍦🧟♀️☺️🎩⛰️👔🎢🧡🧜♀️🏓♑👨👩👦👦🤩🌭🕥🙆♀️💬🏊♂️😌♿🅱️🎙️🧘♂️💟♀️🥛*️⃣🔔👠👨👩👦🌀🎫🕹️👷♀️👱♀️🚺