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Markus Sprunck
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I work a lot with Chrome DevTools, but some of the tips have been new for me.
 
Chrome DevTools tips and tricks to enhance you coding productivity. #css   #javascript   #html  
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Today I saw this method (no fake):
void waitOneSecondBecauseSeleniumIsTooFastAndJustCantWaitTillThisFuckingElementIsVisable()
and added tip #11...
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Hehe, thats just great! Great writing +Markus Sprunck​
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what ever you say, windows (or Mac) without linux there is no life for us at the end of a release. I need both.  :-)
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This is nice...
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That. Good 
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like the THE FERMAT
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The Objective C Commenter half a page of rant about the right and wrong way to indent curly braces attached to 'int i = 0 because we are starting a for loop'
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Wow - Google accepted my THREE.SimpleDatGuiOculusRiftDemo.html as Chrome Experiment. This is a good feeling. Many thanks - you made my day.
For simple WebGL applications based on Three.js the Google's Chrome Experiment DAT.GUI is a good choice to render a minimal user interface, but there is no simple and reliable way to render DAT.GUI inside the WebGL scene. Oculus Rift Applications need to render the user interface inside the scene to display the GUI for both eyes and they need two mouse cursors. This experiment demonstrates how to render a GUI for Oculus Rift.
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Sounds great! How does this GUI work with the Oculus? How do you control it?
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Last weekend I decided to write a simple user interface for THREE.js. Some minutes ago I finished the first prototype of my re-implementation of DAT.GUI with pure WebGL rendering. This will enable to use a DAT.GUI like interface inside a 3D scene - this is needed for Oculus Rift like in the picture. The API should be as compatible with the old DAT.GUI interface as possible. Next steps are the improvements of text control and better user experience of slider control. All the rest works fine. I will post an update as soon the code is more than a fast hack. 
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I think it's a right answer ...  :)

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1. Because he calculated first if he gets there soon enough instead of trying.
The asian guy(in the lift) seems to be a better calulator.

2. 15m / 2.5m/s = 6s

Jerek is there after the door is fully closed for 1s.

The lift needs ~2s to close the door.
Jerek should've ran with 3m/s to get there exactly when the door closes or >3.75m/s to get there before the door closes.
3.75m/s is still pretty "slow".
Usain Bolt can run at 10.4m/s
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How to Tunnel HTTP-Protocol with a Simple Java Proxy Server through a Firewall?
A small Java example (with less than 400 Lines of Code) which demonstrates: How to tunnel HTTP protocol through a firewall? A client side proxy server called HttpProxyAdapterClient and a server component called HttpProxyAdapterServer.
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The minimal lightweight graphical user interface DAT.GUI is my favorite library for small experimental JavaScript web applications. Unfortunately the style is very dark, so it doesn't fit for pages with white background. Read how to change this...
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Hahaha oldie but goodie :-D 
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In my free time I maintain the site Software Engineering Candies and experiment with different technologies and development paradigms. 
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    Micro Systems Technology, 1989 - 1993
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