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Yo Android homies, please check out my friend's new app TapDJ EDM and let your friends know about it. It's the first game from his new studio UYU.
Fun and highly addictive EDM rhythm game that everyone can play.LIKE US ON ...
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Regardless of what framework you use, I find a style guide is an invaluable resource and something not always well constructed in product documentation. For Angular, I highly recommend starting out with John Papa’s style guide, along with his Pluralsight course Angular Patterns: Clean Code. +Pluralsight 

https://github.com/johnpapa/angular-styleguide

http://www.pluralsight.com/courses/angularjs-patterns-clean-code
angular-styleguide - Angular Style Guide: A starting point for Angular development teams to provide consistency through good practices.
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How can we know whether a claim someone makes is scientific or not? The question is of the utmost consequence, as we are surrounded on all sides by claims that sound credible, that use the language of science.
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Geekscape of the Day: Parade of Fools
Artist: Benjo Camay   Source: http://bit.ly/1Uwkmz7 .

Happy 'Don't Trust The Interwebs' Day! =)

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Wed06 13:13 April 11th 1970, Apollo 13 Lifts off

Failure was not an option for the Steely-Eyed Missile (wo)men of Mission Control

At five and a half minutes after liftoff, Swigert, Haise, and Lovell felt a little vibration. Then the center engine of the S-II stage shut down two minutes early. This caused the remaining four engines to burn 34 seconds longer than planned, and the S-IVB third stage had to burn nine seconds longer to put Apollo 13 in orbit.

Days before the mission, backup LM pilot Charlie Duke inadvertently exposed the crew to German measles. Command module pilot, Ken Mattingly, turned out to have no immunity to measles and was replaced by backup command module pilot Jack Swigert.

Ground tests before launch, indicated the possibility of a poorly insulated supercritical helium tank in the LM's descent stage so the flight plan was modified to enter the LM three hours early in order to obtain an onboard readout of helium tank pressure.

The No. 2 oxygen tank, serial number 10024X-TA0009 had been previously installed in the service module of Apollo 10, but was removed for modification (and was damaged in the process of removal). The tank was fixed, tested at the factory, installed in the Apollo 13 service module. and tested again during the Countdown Demonstration Test (CDT) at the Kennedy Space Center.beginning March 16, 1970. The tanks normally are emptied to about half full, and No. 1 behaved all right. But No. 2 dropped to only 92 percent of capacity. Gaseous oxygen at 80 psi was applied through the vent line to expel the liquid oxygen, but to no avail. An interim discrepancy report was written, and on March 27, two weeks before launch, detanking operations were resumed. No. 1 again emptied normally, but No. 2 did not. After a conference with contractor and NASA personnel, the test director decided to "boil off" the remaining oxygen in No. 2 by using the electrical heater within the tank. The technique worked, but it took eight hours of 65-volt DC power from the ground-support equipment to dissipate the oxygen. Due to an oversight in replacing an underrated component during a design modification, this turned out to severely damage the internal heating elements of the tank.

Detailed Chronology - http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/lunar/ap13chrono.html

Apollo 13 Review Board Report -
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An argument for style guides and for those using Bootstrap, a simple style guide generator.
Advertising is based on one thing, happiness. And you know what happiness is? Happiness is the smell of a new car. It’s freedom from fear. It’s a billboard on the side of the road that screams reassurance that whatever you are doing is okay. You are okay.
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I am a Software Architect with 30 years experience in the industry.

My career has run the gamut from writing games in machine language for Commodore 64 and Apple II to implementation of large scale, object-oriented, enterprise applications.
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Currently, I own my own company, Futurescale, Inc., where I build apps for major corporations and cool startups worldwide. I am also the Architect of the PureMVC Framework, an Open Source project that has is being ported to nearly every popular development language/platform.
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I worked in the same building on the 8th floor for several years, and ate lunch there in every season. They make fresh brick-oven baked bread for sandwiches that is to die for and you have to arrive at 12:00 noon on the dot to get it fresh, but it's the best in NYC! Also, the chef makes the best soups on the planet. The cream of mushroom, the three bean chili, the vegetable soup, all must be tasted to be believed.
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