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Part 24 of Building a Social Network: Feed Broker (golang, sql)
Part 24 of building a social network for anime and manga fans. CockroachDB as the SQL database and Go as the back-end language. This is getting realtime. We use Server-Sent Events for this. WebSockets are more popular, but since we only need one way streaming… This is more ease to understand. It just keep a connection alive, and flush with each write. The concept of broker is taken from Ismael Celis https://robots.thoughtbot.com/writing-a-server-sent-events-server-in-go Please, read the post. Basically, the broker struct stores some clients and a single notifier in which you send some data. The broker fan-outs that data to all the clients. The clients are stored in a map instead of an array or slice to just use the “delete” function which is more easy I just modified it a little and added the “subscribe” function instead of using “new” and “closing” clients channels. Also, in the case of the feed broker, each client has an userID that allow us to filter to which client we’ll send data. Very important. I didn’t record this, but I improved the HTTP server with gracefully shutdown and some timeouts for best-practices, but those timeouts are grobal to the server. When using streaming, remember to not set write timeouts. Repo: https://github.com/nicolasparada/nakama #golang #sql
Book | Socializing the Classroom: Social Networks and Online Learning
Get your free audio book: http://ntube.space/e/B008UTQM3W Socializing the Classroom: Social Networks and Online Learning, by Susan B. Barnes, examines how social media can be used in education through two research grants and real-world applications. Barnes analyzes social media including Facebook, Courseware, and Second Life, while providing a theoretical foundation for examining social software. A new generation of students is surrounded by digital technologies, leading scholars and teachers to consider virtual worlds to engage students.by bringing together human-computer-interaction theories with social theory, Socializing the Classroom creates a theoretical foundation for future research in the area of social media, online learning technologies, and the development of social networks. Readers will gain a better understanding of how students use online learning environments to communicate task-oriented messages and maintain social interactions. This is an essential text for scholars, students, and those interested in social networks and the implementation of technology in education.
Book | Contemporary Perspectives on Organizational Social Networks: 40
Get your free audiobook: http://eita.space/e/B00IIR0F7U Social network analysis has transformed the study of organizations over the past 30 years. Rather than focus on individuals or teams, network scholars view the organization as a nexus of relationships. As its popularity increases, the scholarship is evolving in many directions including new theory on network dynamics, multilevel thinking, multiplex networks, digital networks, instrumental and affective ties, and cross-cultural considerations, in addition to advances in methods and measures, and new organizational applications. This compendium of essays points the way to contemporary issues in organizational social networks. Research in the Sociology of Organizations is an established international, peer-reviewed series that examines cutting edge theoretical, methodological and research issues in organizational studies. The series is especially concerned with specifying the unique contributions of sociological theories and research techniques to the analysis of organizations. In addition to publishing high quality original research, each volume aims to foster debate about the value of new theories and research to the growing international community of organizational studies scholars. Each volume is designed around carefully selected and interesting themes that aim to facilitate the development of new research communities and perspectives within the organizational studies field. All contributions are peer reviewed to ensure high quality, and are individually through your library website, enabling wide distribution and easy access.
Linda Lee, Financial Advisor, discusses business and social networking on The Lisa Saunders Show
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I am a network marketer. I use social media marketing as my primary source to generate leads and to make sales. When I first started using social media for my marketing efforts, I followed what everyone else was doing and it was a disaster. Let me give you an example of what I mean. Go to Facebook and open any group related to making money. Start reading the content that you see appearing in the timeline. What do you see? You see updates with links, calls to action, and spam. You ignore all of it.
What does someone advise you to do in social media marketing for your network business or to sell products? They advise you to start posting in groups on Facebook and on Twitter. They assure you it is a fast way to make money. They are wrong. If you start posting links, calls to action, and spam updates no one will read a word you say. You need to do something different.
The moment I decided to stop posting to get leads and generate sales, I started getting leads and generating sales. We are back to the contradiction, again. I switched to becoming the most engaging and interesting person I could be. I became the number one question asker online. What does that mean? Instead of trying to post updates no one wanted to read, I started reading what they had to say and asking questions. I engaged in their conversations and with them. Imagine how shocked an individual is when they have posted one hundred updates on Facebook and not received a single lead and now someone is talking to them. You have their attention.
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