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Good post by +David Buchmann about decoupling content management
A common disease of software development is the "not-invented-here" syndrome, a tendency to write new implementations instead of leveraging existing solutions. We then just write it as part of the application we're currently building, thinking it's a small thing. Over time, such helper or utility classes grow as new things are added, but usually stay tightly coupled to the application.
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The Grid Guide saw our #SMWNYC  demo :-)
It seems like the Grid is finally starting to get out there and show us more details. Call me excited. Yesterday Dan Tocchini took the stage among 9 other start-ups in the Social Media Week NYC (SMWNYC). He gave a short presentation introducing the Grid and showed us how to add content to your Grid …
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post by +Brian Axe talking about the culture and meetups system at +The Grid 
I’m in Hawaii right now, but I’m not here with family nor am I on a company boondoggle, well not really, but sort of, le…
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Nice photo by +Jeff Woods from the recent +The Grid meetup
“Meet @henribergius VP of Engineering @thegridio Henri is an open source content management pioneer. He is the author of the Create.js web editing…”
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Very comprehensive update to GSS documentation was released today. Learn about making web layouts with constraints!
Web developers are expected to build increasingly sophisticated UIs faster, cheaper, with tools that have not evolved with the times. Why is the trivial task of centering an element with CSS so obtusely complex? CSS was designed to separate presentation from content, but even with Flexbox, ...
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+Flowhub meets GIMP
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imgflo 0.3 is out, allows you to build operations and use them in other GEGL-based apps, like GIMP! www.jonnor.com/2015/01/imgflo-0-3
Time for a new release of imgflo, the image processing server and dataflow runtime based on GEGL. This iteration has been mostly focused on ironing out various workflow issues, including documentation. Primarily so that the creatives in our team can be productive in developing new image ...
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This is wonderful and terrifying at the same time.

Kind of how I felt when I was told there was a hardware blocker against scanning or printing dollar bills.
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Not the worst place to hack +NoFlo​
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Must be the ingress table :)
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New possibilities to build things at +c-base spacestation​ with the vacuum molding table. Good job, +Susanna Huhtanen​ and +Ijon Tichy​! Looking forward to the 3D map layer for the Ingress Table ☺
 
This is the second test of the vacuum molding table in +c-base spacestation  This table was built by +Susanna Huhtanen  and me (and a lot other volunteers helping out here and there) from November 2014 to March 2015.

We are using 1mm Polystyrol. The machine uses sheets of 1m by 1m and uses 230V/32A/7,2KW to heat the plastics up. As Vacuum we are using an Industrial Kärcher Vacuum Cleaner, the NT35/1
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I tried to go to C-Base last Monday night but it was closed... :(
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Testing the Raspberry Pi 2 as a pocket-sized development server
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+Philip Stewart the other annoying thing about +JuiceSSH with a bluetooth keyboard is that they still pop up the on-screen "additional key row" when I touch the screen to scroll.

Still, the best mobile SSH client I've seen on either iOS or Android.
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Looking forward to the full article series!
An introduction to visual programming using NoFlo. In this entry I introduce a new series on NoFlo, a visual programming framework for JavaScript based on the concept of flow-based programming. In it you will learn what it is, why it's important, and how to use it. Posted on February 3rd 2015 ...
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"And boy does it have potential!"  
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Good morning, Honolulu
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ow, you are good looking
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Blog post by +Vilson Vieira on programming drawing robots with +Flowhub 
Turtle power to the people. 14 Jan 2015 by Vilson Vieira. The Grid meet up. MozFest 2014 #ArtOfWeb. After working for about three years with Forrest we finally meet him on a meet up of The Grid team. During the first days we were preparing a workshop for MozFest's #ArtOfWeb track.
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Hacker and occasional adventurer. Author of Create.js and NoFlo. Decoupling software, one piece at a time
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Henri Bergius is a former Viking based in the Nordic country of Finland. When he is not exploring the cave cities of Georgia or running with bulls in Pamplona, Bergie works on a new generation of web editing interfaces with Create.js and Flow-Based Programming with NoFlo.

After half decade of regular web development, Henri got involved with free software in 1999 when he coordinated the public release of the Midgard content management system. Since then he has been actively working on integrating standards like RSS and Microformats into the system and traveling the world advocating for interoperation between open source CMSs.

When duties allow, Bergie escapes the crunch to explore the hills of Lapland or rides his classic motorcycle. He is also an amateur pilot.

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