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UK ICO and French CNIL Increase Activity Around Cookies and Consent Practices

Perhaps the only thing higher than temperatures this summer in the European Union is the level of regulatory attention being paid to data-driven advertising and website cookie practices (including similar tracking technologies within mobile applications and other non-browser environments, collectively referred to here as “cookies”). This TrustArc blog post summarizes the major announcements and publications regulators have issued over the last few weeks, including what is expected to follow–and how TrustArc helps. UK ICO Report on Ad Tech, RTB and Privacy. First, the United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) released on June 20th an “Update Report Into Adtech and Real Time Bidding,” which concluded that advertising technology-related entities and those involved in real time bidding (RTB) should reassess their privacy notices, lawful processing bases, and personal data uses and sharing in light of the GDPR, as many have not to this point. The ICO is in the midst of evaluating practices...

3, 2, 1, Photoshop! Three Ways to Change Colors in Photoshop 

Adobe | Systems Incorporated In this episode of 3, 2, 1, Photoshop!, you’ll discover three different ways to change the colors in your photographs! Adobe Photoshop Curves (22) , Fill Layers (3) , Hue Saturation (3) Recommended Articles 3, 2, 1, Photoshop! Four Creative Color and Tonal Edits using Blend Modes 3, 2, 1, Photoshop! 3 Color Toning Methods in Photoshop 3, 2, 1, Photoshop! Six Easy Ways to Select Colors in Photoshop Original link Original author: Julieanne Kost's Blog

#UI5Con2019 @ SAP India – A Learning experience

Hello SAP, Thank you for organizing a developer session on UI5 and making it available for free for the developers. The conference was on July 4th at SAP Labs, Bangalore, India. The first session which I could attend was UI5Lab for custom controls. Custom controls has been this nice feature, which few use or explore. Always the fear to move away from SAP Standard offerings has restricted the developer community from going more open. The initiative, relatively young and restricted to small group has a good purpose and usage for custom UI developments. Avoid re-invention and reuse the offerings is a nice to have feature. The presenters Rohit Kumar and Nandan Chaturvedi did encourage the participation of externals. Hopefully, it evolves into a broader open community initiative which allows more than controls to be shared and administered by an group of mentors. The Open Booths on Fiori Elements highlighted the focus...

Caution, may be addictive – Snap! 5 is out

For over a year, the Snap! team has been obsessively working on a new Snap! release and it’s finally here. Since June 28th, Snap! 5 is out in the wild at snap.berkeley.edu . And a new social site is coming along with it. There you can find learning resources for Snap!, get access to curated example projects, to Snap!’s reference manual or our new Snap! blog. You can ask your questions or give feedback in our very own Snap! forum, but most importantly, you can now publicly share your projects with others. Yee haw <3   Moreover, we made significant changes to the Snap! editor. Snap! now has over 30 new blocks in nearly all categories. Following Snap!’s maxim of “no ceiling”, we decided to include some of the blocks which were formerly found in the tools library as primitives. Deliberately exposing novices to higher order functions like map, keep or...

SAP Development Using Amazon Cloud9

For a few weeks, I’ve been researching various non-SAP development tools environments; especially those that are cloud based or cloud oriented. I’ve been looking at how non-traditional SAP development might use their existing tooling for development in the SAP business application development space.  I’ve also been focused on how traditional SAP application developers might broaden their boundaries and benefit from tooling outside what they already know. I began with a focus on HANA Deployment Infrastructure and how modern HANA development can be done without XSA, Cloud Foundry or the SAP Web IDE. This blog utilized command line tooling combined with Microsoft Visual Studio Code. https://blogs.sap.com/2019/04/16/developing-with-hana-deployment-infrastructure-hdi-without-xsacf-or-web-ide/ From there I expanded my experiments by trying out the Google Cloud Shell. The Cloud Shell is a free, small Linux system which a developer can spin up on demand. This environment is pre-installed with many  common developer tools – Maven, Node.js, Google Cloud SDK, etc. ...

Previewing Azure SDKs following new Azure SDK API Standards

Today we’re happy to share a new set of libraries for working with Azure Storage,  Azure Cosmos DB, Azure Key Vault, and Azure Event Hubs in Java, Python, JavaScript or TypeScript, and .NET. These libraries provide access to new service features, and represent the first step towards applying a new set of standards across the Azure SDKs that we believe will make the libraries easier to learn and integrate into your software. You can get these libraries today from your favorite package manager, and we would love to hear your feedback on GitHub . To get started follow the instructions linked below: Why are we doing this? Much like moving software from the client or on-premises to the cloud is a paradigm shift, we too have been going through a period of rapid innovation in Azure’s capabilities and learning about how best to expose it to developers. Now that some Azure...

Previewing Azure SDKs following new Azure SDK API Standards

Today we’re happy to share a new set of libraries for working with Azure Storage,  Azure Cosmos DB, Azure Key Vault, and Azure Event Hubs in Java, Python, JavaScript or TypeScript, and .NET. These libraries provide access to new service features, and represent the first step towards applying a new set of standards across the Azure SDKs that we believe will make the libraries easier to learn and integrate into your software. You can get these libraries today from your favorite package manager, and we would love to hear your feedback on GitHub . To get started follow the instructions linked below: Why are we doing this? Much like moving software from the client or on-premises to the cloud is a paradigm shift, we too have been going through a period of rapid innovation in Azure’s capabilities and learning about how best to expose it to developers. Now that some Azure...

State of #AI 2019 Report

I highly recommend  the #StateofAI 2019 report. I have followed this report from By Nathan Benaich and Ian Hogarth The report is free and you can download it at stateofai 2019 The report is kind of Mary Meeker theme for AI for me i.e. a great reference :)    here are my notes The full report has lots of slides charts and diagrams. My notes are text only and what was of interest    AI will be a force multiplier on technological progress because  everything around us today, ranging from culture to consumer products, is a product of intelligence.   The report considers the following key dimensions : Research, Talent, Industry, China(c0onsidered as a distinct category), Politics   Reinforcement learning (RL)  Rewarding ‘curiosity’ enables OpenAI to achieve superhuman performance at Montezuma’s Revenge.StarCraft integrates various hard challenges for ML systems: Operating with imperfect information, controlling a large action space in real time and making...

[2019.07] SAP Cloud Analytics Live Connections: Apache Reverse Proxy - SAP Digital Enablement

[2019.07] SAP Cloud Analytics Live Connections: Apache Reverse Proxy - SAP Digital Enablement - YouTube Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Loading... Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. Loading... Rating is available when the video has been rented. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Loading... Loading... Working... Original link Original author: SAP HANA Academy

Automating document creation and approvals with Teams and Microsoft Flow (Part One)

One of the most common scenarios for SharePoint Online andMicrosoft Flow is approvals. Having a formal workflow in place for documentreview, expenses approval and other similar day-to-day business processes is ubiquitousacross most organizations. In this three-part guide, we’ll go beyond simply approving documents and use the power of Microsoft Flow to automatically create documents based on pre-defined templates. We’ll keep our example pretty simple and contained so thatyou can build upon it – but the possibilities are nearly endless. MicrosoftTeams can take data from a multitude of systems meaning you could extract datafrom your CRM or other tools to initiate and create documents automatically. Our example scenario We’ll take a fairly common scenario that occurs in most businesses that work with customers – creating a sales or project proposal. In our scenario, we want to provide a form for people toenter relevant information for the new proposal. We then want a...