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Oleg Sklyanchuk
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Attended EPSCI groupe ESSEC à Cergy Pontoise
Lives in Paris, France
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git-stats: GitHub-like contributions calendar, but in your console!

Awesome stuff.
git-stats - :four_leaf_clover: A GitHub-like contributions calendar, but locally, with all your git commits.
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Gosh...
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Make a spaceship. Colonize. Colonize! Kill the locals!! Take over. Let's have some war!
 
Deep Space - Simon Swain spent 200+ hours to create simulations around life, economies, civilization and the population of space. Follow him through this 30 minute mind blowing demonstration and then contribute to it on Github.
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Refactor, refactor and then refactor once again. Preferably in small iterations. And don't tell your management, mkay?
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Damn, this guy is just crazy.
 
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Tanner Hall reflects on the turbulent journey of his 2013-2014 winter through the hallowed backcountry of British Columbia, an adventure made even more impressive by the fact that every run was earned by foot power.
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I guess not this year.
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Diffing in command line just got better.
 
icdiff: side-by-side highlighted command line diffs @ http://bit.ly/1w3B63j  - nice! New git default? Worth an experiment.
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МИРВ ВОРХЭД... как же так? моя твоя не понимать.
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Riot.js - A React-like, 2.5K user interface library http://ow.ly/HLsWb #javascript #JS
And why we need a new UI library
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Proof that engineers are not purely functional? Looks legit.
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The almighty Google!
 
Google now gives insights into to the four major religions.

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Google mobile search is getting faster - to be exact, 100-150 milliseconds faster! When you click on one of the search results, the browser begins fetching the destination page… and here's the trick: we also provide a hint to the browser indicating which other critical resources it should fetch in parallel to speed up rendering of the destination page! 

This is a powerful pattern and one that you can use to accelerate your site as well. The key insight is that we are not speculatively prefetching resources and do not incur unnecessary downloads. Instead, we wait for the user to click the link and tell us exactly where they are headed, and once we know that, we tell the browser which other resources it should fetch in parallel - aka, reactive prefetch!

As you can infer, implementing the above strategy requires a lot of smarts both in the browser and within the search engine... First, we need to know the list of critical resources that may delay rendering of the destination page for every page on the web! No small feat, but the Search team has us covered - they're good like that. Next, we need a browser API that allows us to invoke the prefetch logic when the click occurs: the search page listens for the click event, and once invoked, dynamically inserts prefetch hints into the search results page. Finally, this is where Chrome comes in: as the search results page is unloaded, the browser begins fetching the hinted resources in parallel with the request for the destination page. The net result is that the critical resources are fetched much sooner, allowing the browser to render the destination page 100-150 milliseconds earlier.

P.S. Currently, reactive prefetch is only enabled for users of Google Chrome on Android, as it is the only browser that supports (a) dynamically inserted prefetch hints, and (b) reliably allows prefetch requests to persist across navigations. We hope to add support for other browsers once these features become available!
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  • EPSCI groupe ESSEC à Cergy Pontoise
  • Plekhanov Russian University of Economics
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Склянчук Олег Евгеньевич, オレグ, olegskl
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Web Application Developer, Motorcyclist and Photographer.
Introduction
I like programming, all things asynchronous, tested, versioned and benchmarked. Things that aren't fast, user-friendly or semantic aren't good by definition. No compromises.
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Born in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, proudly displays the hammer and sickle on his desk at work.
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Web Application Developer
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JavaScript, CoffeeScript, D3, AngularJS, Node.js, Express, ...
Employment
  • SFEIR
    Front-End developer AngularJS, 2014 - present
  • Working on multiple fronts
    JavaScript/PHP developer & Marketing operations, 2006 - 2014
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Currently
Paris, France
Previously
Moscow, Russia - Reutovo, Russia - Tosno, Russia - Poti, Georgia - Prokopievsk, Russia