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Kasper Lund
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We <3 your feedback! Please help us plan for 2016 with our short survey for all Dartisans, new and old. Should take 2 minutes or less. Even if you've never coded in Dart, 30 seconds is all it takes.

We know everyone is incredibly busy, so we appreciate your time and thoughts!
For all developers, even if you've never used Dart. Your feedback matters! Responses are anonymous, and the results will be shared with the Dart team to help inform planning and priorities. We know you are busy. Thank you very much for your time and opinions. There are only two pages of ...
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Help us test the new Dart SDK 1.12 dev channel, and experience a world without symlinks. :)
In which we retell the story of Dart and symlinks, investigate the new .packages file, and create a simpler world for Dart developers everywhere. tldr: Starting with Dart 1.12, symlinks are no longer required because of the...
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Cargo for the win. Welcome to Aarhus, Mogens Maersk. 
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An enormous vessel, for sure - a capacity of >18,000 containers! I looked at our photos - it was the Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller that we saw in port - an older but identical ship to the Mogens Maersk (as you say, both are E-class).
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Downtown Aarhus has the weirdest and most offensive posters...
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No third panel where the guy makes more progress, has a sixpack and guns, and she says "oooh that feels good"?
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Server-side Dart is pretty awesome.
 
"Dart is a faster, modern language built to scale to millions of lines of code. Redstone is just one of many frameworks for the server that make your life as a developer easier, but it’s among my favorites because it makes great use of Dart’s code annotation features to reduce the amount of boilerplate required to set up complex server interactions."
Monty Rasmussen demonstrates how you can harvest all the benefits of Node.js (plus a few more) when you use Dart and the Redstone framework on the server.
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Setting up for our Dart event at 3 PM today in Aarhus. The presentations and codelabs are good to go and of course you're all invited to this free event. #dartlang #iwdk 
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Will there be recordings? :)
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Dart 1.12 is a great step forward. Have you tried some of the new features yet? 
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>> Dart 1.12 is a great step forward. Have you tried some of the new features yet? 
Not yet, but I plan to try them next year.
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I enjoyed reading this (again). The work on Smalltalk remains relevant and inspiring. 
original pdf / make corrections. The Early History Of Smalltalk. Alan C. Kay Apple Computer kay2@apple.com.Internet#. Permission to copy without fee all or part of this material is granted provided that the copies are not made or distributed for direct commercial advantage, the ACM copyright ...
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Pretty cool stuff.
 
We're excited to officially launch Nearby: a new proximity API for iOS and Android. Devices--even older devices as far back as Gingerbread and the iPhone 4--can now find and talk to each other. We believe this will unlock new types of interactions and turn interactions that used to be cumbersome, into single-touch transactions.

It's the same technology we used to build Chromecast Guest Mode, but we're making it available to all developers.

The API is part of Google Play Services on Android and a CocoaPod on iOS. Developers will find familiar publish-subscribe functionality--that relies on copresence. The API is free, unauthenticated, and flexible--allowing developers to control the user experience of their proximity feature.

http://googledevelopers.blogspot.com/2015/07/connect-with-world-around-you-through.html

We hope you like it and we're excited to see how developers can innovate with it!
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Wow that's cool ... I'm so excited .. +Kasper Lund​
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Notice from the Vogons? 😈
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Accidental schnitzel. 
Where you learn that hygge is actually a "really groovy dance move."
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I laughed and laughed. So funny. 
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In exactly one week, I'll host a Dart developer event in Aarhus with +GDG Aarhus and a number of my awesome colleagues. If you're an interested beginner or an experienced Dartisan, you should consider joining us for a couple of hours of informal presentations, hands-on code labs, and hopefully lots of good discussions. #dartlang  
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Would have loved to attend but unfortunately it is one week to early for me :-/ 
I am in Aarhus the week after for a collaboration working on a scientific app (most likely using Dart).

Well, hopefully there will be another flight school in the future  ;-)
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I am a software engineer at Google working on the design and implementation of programming languages.
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    Software engineer, 2006 - present
  • Esmertec AG
    Software engineer, 2004 - 2006
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    Co-founder, 2002 - 2004
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New Dart SDK eliminates symlinks
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5% smaller output from dart2js
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Null-aware operators and generalized tear-offs in Dart
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The first Dart Developer Summit took place in San Francisco's Google office at the end of April 2015 and it was two days full of Dart awesom

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Live analysis results with WebStorm 10 and Dart
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Tour of last week's news in Dartiverse
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Last week was really rich in official news from Dart. In this blog post, I will summarize the things that happened last week in Dartiverse a

Dart 1.9: The release you’ve been await-ing for
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Create your own REST API with Dart
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Announcing Dart Developer Summit Sessions and Registration
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Highlights from the TC52 meeting on Feb 24, 2015
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At the last TC52 meeting on Feb 24, 2015, we discussed a number of additional language features for Dart - including async, tear-offs and nu

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