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Wow, +Mercurial​ is ten years old! The good guys at +Bitbucket​ will throw a party next week in the Bay area.
In honor of Mercurial's 10 year anniversary that took place on April 19th, we would like to invite Mercurial lovers to Atlassian's Dev Den for a 10 year celebration. We will have food and drinks for up to 100 guests so register immediately as capacity is limited! We will have speakers Kyle Lippincott from Google and Pierre-Yves David with Ryan McElroy from Facebook to talk about why they picked Mercurial as the version control system and what thi...
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Go work on exciting stuff in Copenhagen! #mercurial #devops  
 
I'm looking for a Build Engineer (http://unity3d.com/jobs/position?id=oOTW0fwn) and Infrastructure Programmer (http://unity3d.com/jobs/position?id=oYUW0fwy) for my team at Unity.  We prefer someone in Copenhagen, but candidates who can work out of another Unity office (https://unity3d.com/contact/addresses) and are willing to travel to Copenhagen periodically will also be considered.

We do lots of awesome stuff -- including working on/with Mercurial, Buildbot, and Gradle!
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Clever with the rainwater harvesting considering the data center is in London :-D
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The Kallithea project has released version 0.2 of their +Git and +Mercurial repository manager. Lots of improvements since 0.1, including two security fixes so everybody is encouraged to upgrade.
Kallithea 0.2. Andrew Shadura andrew at shadura.me. Fri Apr 10 13:30:39 EDT 2015. Previous message: [SECURITY ISSUE] CVE-2015-0276: Lack of CSRF attack protection enables gaining unauthorised access to users' accounts; Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] ...
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I had no idea... :-)
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He and Putin must share the same PR agency.
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Does anybody have any statistics about the percentage of (Linux) machines where one can expect to find (some version of) Python installed?

Some distributions have system tools written in Python (RedHat's yum and Gentoo's Portage are two examples), so I guess those systems will come with Python installed. Other distributions install Python by default, I'm pretty Debian does this for example.

So has anybody combined things like this to come up with a table for how often you can expect /usr/bin/python to exist? :-)
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Nice crowd at tonight's BitCoin meetup at +Rackspace DACH. +Casey Kuhlman is talking about Distributed Application Software Stack: What is Eris?
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Eris makes me think of: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discordianism not sure if relevant to software stacks.
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+Rackspace DACH was just selected at the best place to work in the category for small business in Switzerland. As an employee, I can only agree: it is a very nice place to work :-)

Rackspace is the first large company I work for and I think I've been lucky. The Zurich office is small with just 27 employees so everybody knows each other. At the same time, there is a large organization behind it (Rackspace has 6,000 employees in total) which means that we can work on big and interesting things.
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+Radomir Dopieralski Don't mind them too much -- there are more positions being opened for both a US and a UK team. I don't have the URLs for those positions yet.
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I just found this app and I love the idea of us all contributing to better weather maps using our phones.
By downloading PressureNet you are a citizen scientist helping make weather...
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Great post about why your team will be more efficient if you ensure there is some slack in their schedule.
 
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Utilization Introduction A while ago I had a product owner come to my desk and ask me "Klaus, does everybody in the team have enough to do?". I probably looked a tad puzzled when I reflexively answered "Yes", knowing this was the answer that would satisfy h...
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Nice pizzas with a thin dough. The tiramisu was delicious.
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We've had some good cocktails here. The food was a disappointment: 55 CHF for a tiny steak with fries is too much, even for Zurich. The James Joyce burger is cooked like they cook them in the James Joyce bar here in Zurich This means that they're cooked very well done, but without being dry.
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I've had the driest burger in all of Zurich here. The meat was cooked more than well-done and had little to no flavor. The fries served with the burger were boring.
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