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Rudolf Olah
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org-doing spotted in the wild!

Someone posted a nice blog about org-doing: http://rubikitch.com/2015/06/26/org-doing/ It’s neat, they provided their own example. It’s in Japanese but you can read the translation by selecting your language in the left sidebar. Really cool, they have…
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No one wants to hear about AngularJS 2

At least judging by the stats on the Learning AngularJS newsletter (click here to check it out). The last two newsletters were about AngularJS 2 and the open and click rates were much much lower. It looks like the people subscribed want more real-world…
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Originally posted on SourceContribute:Hi, I’m Tony and I am a university student in Sweden. The university I go to uses two great free/open source products for their elearning platform and learning management system. Today I am going to talk about these…
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...I make sure there's some kind of duplicate analog version for anything that's important. The daily planner saved me when my phone battery died and it was the only place where I could see my todo list for the day. I didn't get a phone charge for 3 hours…
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The Software Estimation Struggle

Software estimation research is … improving estimation techniques so that sophisticated organizations can achieve project results +-5% of estimate results… …the typical software organization is not struggling to improve its estimates from +-10% to +-5%…
Software estimation research is ... improving estimation techniques so that sophisticated organizations can achieve project results +-5% of estimate results... ...the typical software organization ...
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Unit tests shouldn't be treated like lesser code. It should be as clean as possible and don't ever hesitate when it comes to refactoring the unit test code. It can save you a lot of trouble in the long run.
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Jasmine Testing Cheat Sheet

While the documentation for jasmine is great, sometimes all you need a cheat sheet to reference for the API. I found this jasmine testing cheat sheet to be very useful after doing lots of Python unit testing which doesn’t use the same API as jasmine at…
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Emacs angularjs-mode v1.0 release!

I’ve finally had some time to upgrade angularjs-mode with some expandable code snippets (thanks to YA Snippets) and added auto-complete mode dictionaries. What I’ve found a pain when coding AngularJS is that you really need your environment setup well for…
I've finally had some time to upgrade angularjs-mode with some expandable code snippets (thanks to YA Snippets) and added auto-complete mode dictionaries. What I've found a pain when coding Angular...
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Originally posted on technpol:We use protractor for our end-to-end tests.  A variety of pages are suggesting that selection of dropdowns, and validation of dropdowns, is tricky.  And I think they’re right. This post deals with a couple of code snippets…
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Originally posted on Almost looks like work:As the old saying goes, you wait ages for a bus and then two come along at once (or more!). Is this true though? My own anecdotal evidence would suggest yes, every single bloody time. However, we love data and…
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Originally posted on SourceContribute:Apache Cassandra is a highly scalable NoSQL database. This video is a nice 30 min introduction on how it works and why it’s useful to know. One of the beauties of free/open source is that it powers much of the world…
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