Friday, November 29, 2013

hub · the command-line wrapper for git

hub · the command-line wrapper for git: "hub is a command-line wrapper for git that makes you better at GitHub.

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"You're aware that some people think you're a nerd. So what? They're
not players. They've never jousted with Windows or gone hand to hand
with DOS. To them C++ is a decent grade, almost a B - not a language.
They barely exist. Like soldiers or artists, you don't care about the
opinions of civilians. You're building something intricate and fine.
They'll never understand it."

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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Welcome to Bokeh — Bokeh 0.3 documentation

Welcome to Bokeh — Bokeh 0.3 documentation: "Bokeh is a Python interactive visualization library for large datasets that natively uses the latest web technologies. Its goal is to provide elegant, concise construction of novel graphics in the style of Protovis/D3, while delivering high-performance interactivity over large data to thin clients.

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Welcome to Bokeh — Bokeh 0.3 documentation

Welcome to Bokeh — Bokeh 0.3 documentation:

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▶ Beautiful REST & JSON APIs - YouTube

▶ Beautiful REST & JSON APIs - YouTube: ""

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mwaskom/seaborn

mwaskom/seaborn: "Seaborn is a library of high-level functions that facilitate making informative and attractive plots of statistical data using matplotlib. It also provides concise control over the aesthetics of the plots, improving on matplotlib's default look."

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Nomography, or Computing without Computers, are...—programming is terrible

Nomography, or Computing without Computers, are...—programming is terrible:

Bird task | ImageCLEF - Image Retrieval in CLEF

Bird task | ImageCLEF - Image Retrieval in CLEF: "he general public as well as professionals like park rangers, ecology consultants, fishers or, of course, the ornithologists themselves might actually be users of an automated bird identifying system, typically in the context of wider initiatives related to ecological surveillance or biodiversity conservation. Using audio records rather than bird pictures is justified by current practices. Birds are actually not easy to photograph as they are most of the time hidden, perched high in a tree or frightened by human presence, whereas audio calls and songs have proved to be easier to collect and much more discriminant. "

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Friday, November 22, 2013

The Ultimate Developer Event: 4 Keys to Building Better REST APIs

The Ultimate Developer Event: 4 Keys to Building Better REST APIs: ". Use the Correct HTTP Method for Requests
“This is something that took a while to get my head around when I was first getting into this.” explained Lengstorf “Coming from a web development world, I never did a lot of straight HTTP requests. Things like PUT didn’t really make sense. I only understood GET and POST… It is important to take the time and learn the way that they work and make sure that you are implementing them correctly. So that people can actually interact in a way that is proper.”"

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Thursday, November 14, 2013

My Favorite bash Tips and Tricks | Linux Journal

My Favorite bash Tips and Tricks | Linux Journal: "Command Substitution
Another bash trick I like to use is command substitution. To use command substitution, enclose any command that generates output to standard output inside parentheses and precede the opening parenthesis with a dollar sign, $(command). Command substitution is useful when assigning a value to a variable. This is typical in shell scripts, where a common operation is to assign the date or time to a variable. It also is handy for using the output of one command as an argument to another command. If you want to assign the date to a variable, you can do this:"

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WebRTC by Enrico Marocco on Prezi

WebRTC by Enrico Marocco on Prezi:

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Friday, November 08, 2013

10 things I hate about Git | Steve Bennett blogs

10 things I hate about Git | Steve Bennett blogs: "10 things I hate about Git"

A great article for all you ass-hats who say git is so easy to use.

(Nota bene : I use git for all my version control.  That doesn't mean it isn't an extremely arrogant VCS with utter contempt for it's users.  Still, it's better than the alternatives.)

10 things I hate about Git | Steve Bennett blogs

10 things I hate about Git | Steve Bennett blogs: "Git is the source code version control system that is rapidly becoming the standard for open source projects. It has a powerful distributed model which allows advanced users to do tricky things with branches, and rewriting history. What a pity that it’s so hard to learn, has such an unpleasant command line interface, and treats its users with such utter contempt."

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threepin

threepin: "A Node.JS and Socket.IO stress-free test environment"

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Thursday, November 07, 2013

Connecting to a Socket.IO server from Android - Blog by nkzawa

Connecting to a Socket.IO server from Android - Blog by nkzawa: "io.sockets.on('connection', function(socket) {
socket.on('echo', function(data, callback) {
callback(data);
});
});"

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Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Toyota's killer firmware: Bad design and its consequences | EDN

Toyota's killer firmware: Bad design and its consequences | EDN: "On Thursday October 24, 2013, an Oklahoma court ruled against Toyota in a case of unintended acceleration that lead to the death of one the occupants. Central to the trial was the Engine Control Module's (ECM) firmware."

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git-integration

git-integration: "Use git integration to manage a branch which is the result of merging several in-progress topic branches onto a base branch."

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Parsing JSON with a single regex | brian d foy [blogs.perl.org]

Parsing JSON with a single regex | brian d foy [blogs.perl.org]: "For my presentation to the Houston Perl mongers tonight, I'm talking about Randal Schwartz's regex to parse JSON."

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Devil's Dictionary of Programming—programming is terrible

Devil's Dictionary of Programming—programming is terrible: "configurable — It’s your job to make it usable.

minimal — You’re going to have to write more code than I did to make it useful."

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Monday, November 04, 2013

unix - How can I pretty-print JSON from the command line? - Stack Overflow

unix - How can I pretty-print JSON from the command line? - Stack Overflow: "From the Unix command-line with nodejs, specifying a filename that contains json, and using an indent of 4 spaces:

$ node -e "console.log(JSON.stringify(JSON.parse(require('fs') \
.readFileSync(process.argv[1])), null, 4));" filename.json"

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NPM status

NPM status:

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LearnBoost/socket.io-client · GitHub

LearnBoost/socket.io-client · GitHub: " var socket = require('socket.io-client')('http://localhost');
socket.on('connect', function(){
socket.on('event', function(data){});
socket.on('disconnect', fucntion(){});
});"

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How to enable LogCat/Console in Eclipse for Android? - Stack Overflow

How to enable LogCat/Console in Eclipse for Android? - Stack Overflow: "n Eclipse, Goto Window-> Show View -> Other -> Android-> Logcat.

Logcat is nothing but a console of your Emulator or Device."

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7 Ways to Add JARs to Project Build Paths in Eclipse (Java)

7 Ways to Add JARs to Project Build Paths in Eclipse (Java): "Refresh your project by right clicking the project name and selecting Refresh. The lib folder will now be visible in Eclipse with the JARs inside."

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Saturday, November 02, 2013

Friday, November 01, 2013

Git 2.0 changes push default to ‘simple’ | The blog @nicoschuele.com

Git 2.0 changes push default to ‘simple’ | The blog @nicoschuele.com: "Simple

The new default in Git 2.x is ‘simple’. It means that when doing a git push without specifying a branch, only your current branch will be pushed to the one git pull would normally get your code from."

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Gamasutra: Dave Baggett's Blog - My Hardest Bug Ever

Gamasutra: Dave Baggett's Blog - My Hardest Bug Ever: "Once I had the insight that the two things were correlated, it was easy to reproduce: start writing to memory card, wiggle controller, corrupt memory card. Sure looked like a hardware bug to me."

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Riot.js — The 1kb client side MVP framework

Riot.js — The 1kb client side MVP framework: "Riot.js is a client side Model-View-Presenter (MVP) framework that weighs less than 1kb. "

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Amazon Launches AWS SDK For JavaScript In The Browser | TechCrunch

Amazon Launches AWS SDK For JavaScript In The Browser | TechCrunch: "Amazon today launched the developer preview of its AWS SDK for JavaScript."

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Git 2.0 changes push default to ‘simple’ | The blog @nicoschuele.com

Git 2.0 changes push default to ‘simple’ | The blog @nicoschuele.com: "The ‘matching’ option is the default behavior in Git 1.x. It means that if you do a git push without specifying a branch, it will push all your local branches to their matching ones on your remote repository."

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The six months rule

The six months rule: "That takes us to the point of this post: if you’re a programmer and you look at your code from 6 Months ago and you’re still doing the exact same thing today. Please Stop whatever you’re doing and go learn something new."

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WebView for Android - Google Chrome Mobile — Google Developers

WebView for Android - Google Chrome Mobile — Google Developers: "Android 4.4 (KitKat) includes a new WebView component based on the Chromium open source project. "

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