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Samuel Lopes Grigolato
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As vezes eu fico sabendo de críticas de que o Garoa não tem hackers. Infelizmente a maioria das pessoas que vi fazer este tipo de comentário são aueles que acham que "hacker" é somente quem sabe invadir um site ou explorar vu...
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Fair. Who's want cabbage when working at 2 am? ^^
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LOL,pleasure google tradutor ;D
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Great idea's are often forgotten. - Always keep a notebook and pen handy because you never know when your next great-idea will strike. PREPARATION IS KEY! - Hindsight's a bitch, but a great/late tutor nevertheless.
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The Dangers of Sharing Circles

This new circle sharing functionality is kinda neat, but I'm now worried it may be the killer functionality in G+, and I don't mean that in a good way. Here's what I mean: Suppose you add a circle from someone for like say, "Photographers", since that seems to be a ridiculously popular circle to share. Then you add a circle for "Techies" (Hopefully you've got ME in that circle! :) Then everyone starts adding these shared circles to the ones they've already got. It won't take long before your stream is filled with so much noise, it then becomes useless.

Has anyone thought this far out yet, and if so, what strategies (if any) have you started practicing to prevent stream overload?

For me, I've created LOTS of circles and put people into one or more based on the types of stuff they post, then I've got the pre-provided "Following" circle, where I put the most interesting from all of my circles. I spend most of my time in that circle. It's become my default circle. I try to avoid clicking on "Stream" now.

Unfortunately, this means if I don't go to a particular circle, I miss everything else in it. I haven't come up with a solid strategy yet. What I need are circles inside of circles... a hierarchy.
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Eric Martindale originally shared:
 
Making the case for a mass-algorate society, in which we all know how to write code. I wholeheartedly agree.

Some resources:

Learning to Code
- Codecademy: http://www.codecademy.com/
- Stanford's Online CS101 course with in-browser Javascript exercises: http://www.stanford.edu/class/cs101/
- Learn You a Haskell: http://learnyouahaskell.com/chapters
- Project Euler: http://projecteuler.net/

Media
- +Douglas Rushkoff's Program or Be Programmed: Program or Be Programmed by Douglas Rushkoff
- +Daniel Shiffman on Artful Programming: http://vimeo.com/16140257
- +John Graham-Cumming on Teaching Our Kids to Code: http://blog.jgc.org/2011/09/teach-our-kids-to-code.html
There's a petition up on the British Government's e-petitions website, called "teach our kids to code". Despite being plugged by geek luminaries like Ben Goldacre, it's received barely a thousand sign...
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I swear to God this is what they must be doing
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Could anyone here give me one single reason why a byte in Java is -128~127 and the same byte in C# is 0~255?
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That's really tricky, already stored in my "to-test" list. =)
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+Matheus Souza said to me about this design principle, and my opinion is that it is a good separation of concerns, and should be applied wherever possible. Using Hibernate Object Model for persistence and free SQL for querying the database, isn't that a good thing? I hate how easy Hibernate makes the life of programmers that don't consider queries performance.
Command-query separation (CQS) is a principle of imperative computer programming. It was devised by Bertrand Meyer as part of his pioneering work on the Eiffel programming language. It states that eve...
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Pessoal, a Simples Tecnologia da Informação está abrindo processo seletivo para programadores Java ou PHP, interessados devem enviar Curriculum Vitae com pretensão salarial e detalhamento do conhecimento nessas plataformas para o e-mail contato@simplestech.com. Compartilhem essa oportunidade. Obrigado!
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Simples Tecnologia da Informação. Desenvolvimento ágil de sistemas e web-sites.
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Pessoal, vejam o comentário do O REALISTA neste artigo (postado em 27/09/2011 - 10h28), e reflitam um pouco.
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Muito interessante! Sobre o item 1, de fato, qual programador considera o plano de execução de uma consulta e índices antes da tabela estourar uns milhões de registros? Isso sem falar do Hibernate "dono da bola" gerenciando tudo isso.
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One of the big things I've seen flying around Twitter lately is the question of whether or not XNA is being depricated or faded off into the sunset or
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