Amazon Custom Resources open source project available on GitHub [open source]

Are you a DevOps engineer or a back-end server developer, working with Amazon Web Services? Then why not check out the latest addition to Sony’s open source project on GitHub Amazon Custom Resource GitHub project – see how it can help with simplifying server environments.

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Amazon Custom Resources open source project available on GitHub [open source]

Meet Erik Castricum – Hero Open Source Developer for July–August

Every two months we acknowledge the person who has submitted the most accepted commits to our AOSP for Xperia devices, as our Hero Open Source Developer. Today, we are happy to announce that Dutch developer Erik Castricum has been selected as Sony Hero Open Source Developer for the period July–August. Read on about Erik, our open source projects, and how you can become the next Hero Open Source Developer.

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Meet Erik Castricum – Hero Open Source Developer for July–August

SmartEyeglass as heads-up display for an AR experience with Parrot drones

Drone Control, the new drone controlling app from Sony, was released as open source today for Xperia™ devices and SmartEyeglass. The app works with Parrot drones to get real time flight data and battery life info, for example, superimposed on SmartEyeglass for an augmented reality (AR) experience.

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SmartEyeglass as heads-up display for an AR experience with Parrot drones

Humberto Borba selected as Hero Open Source Developer for May-June 2015

Developer World team has selected the next Hero Open Source Developer who has made the most accepted commits to our projects on the SonyXperiaDev GitHub. During the months of May and June, Brazilian developer Humberto Borba contributed the most to our projects. Read on for more details about Humberto, and learn how you could become the next Hero Open Source Developer.

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Humberto Borba selected as Hero Open Source Developer for May-June 2015

Hero Open Source developers selected for March-April 2015

The Developer World team is happy to announce the next set of hero open source developers who have made the most accepted commits to our projects on the SonyXperiaDev GitHub. During the months of March and April, David Viteri of Italy contributed the most to our projects, followed by Marin Spajić from Croatia. Read more about these hero open source developers and how you could become one of them, after the jump.

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Hero Open Source developers selected for March-April 2015

How to overcome mainline kernel obstacles (Sony presentation at Embedded Linux Conference)

At last month’s Embedded Linux Conference, a technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products in San Jose, California, Tim Bird from Sony presented a topic on mainline integration of the Linux kernel. Get a recap of this session, download the presentation, and find out how this relates to our open source activities.

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How to overcome mainline kernel obstacles (Sony presentation at Embedded Linux Conference)

Could you be our next hero open source developer?

As we have previously mentioned, functionalities like Wi-Fi, NFC, GPS, audio, and full device encryption can now be built from open source code for devices supported in our AOSP for Xperia project. This is thanks to the efforts from you open source community developers. You are all heroes to us, and to acknowledge your work, we want to salute those of you who contribute most to our AOSP projects.

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Could you be our next hero open source developer?

Easy MPEG-DASH streaming with Multimedia for Android Library [open source]

Today we are happy to tell you that our Multimedia for Android Library is released as an open source project on the SonyXperiaDev GitHub. With the Multimedia for Android Library you can stream MPEG-DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP) content in an easy and familiar way. In this article Jimmy Dahlqvist and Martin Danielsson, Software engineers at Sony, tell you how to use this library in your app.

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Easy MPEG-DASH streaming with Multimedia for Android Library [open source]

How to unlock the boot loader of an Xperia device [video]

By unlocking the boot loader of your Xperia device, it becomes possible put a custom ROM on it. Even though we don’t recommend this to standard users, as it is not needed, we know that many of you would like to get more details on how to unlock a device. To explain this further, we have now created this step-by-step tutorial video.

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How to unlock the boot loader of an Xperia device [video]
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