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From 7-8pm on Friday, software used by third-party sellers to ensure their products are the cheapest on the market went haywire and reduced prices to as little as 1p. “Amazon is all kinds of broken,” one observer tweeted. “Mattress 1p. Headphones 1p. Batteries, clothing, games all 1p. Someone messed up big time.”
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Guess you should know what your software is doing if you are going to try to game the system. There is nothing about this thats Amazons fault.
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bash architecture: lack of cohesion, high coupling
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UML is useful to represent some basic ideas and analysis. however, usually i just use the patterns while writing software without writing it down explicitly.

instead i name my objects (variables and properties, functions and methods, classes, etc.) based on a naming convention, so that the purpose within a pattern becomes clear. when other developers read it, they know exactly how it is working - without looking into the documentation or the internals of the code. 

there are people who write working software without thinking about patterns at all, but to my experience they tend to use a lot of anti-patterns, which are things that work, but are usually not the best solution to solve a given problem. 

so when you just want to write software, then you don't need it. when you want to write good software that is not a maintenance hell, you better learn your craft. 
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We perceive space and time to be continuous, but if the amazing theory of loop quantum gravity is correct, they actually come in discrete pieces.
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Microservices: Taking a Closer Look in our Guide to Enterprise Integration http://bit.ly/1vFbSKp
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+Google+ now has more than 2 BILLION accounts !! In a little over 3 years, 1207 days to be precise, the number of personal profiles and pages has increased at a meteoric growth rate of approximately 1,658,625 new users/pages per day!

I've been calculating the growth rate of G+ for some time now at a website that I myself host http://plus.miernicki.com and if you would like to plug this data into another application, you can access the raw data (as JSON feeds) from http://plus.miernicki.com/plus and http://plus.miernicki.com/minus

To just say +Google+ is just about numbers would definitely be doing it a disservice. In the 3+ years I've been here, I've made tons of friends, shared countless stories/photographs, and had interactions with a very diverse group of people... and to that I say, "Here's to the next 2 Billion users!"

+François Beaufort +Denis Labelle 

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#theresnosuchthing as being FORCED to have a Google+/- account.
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Awesome
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How Intelligent is Artificial Intelligence? - Com…: http://youtu.be/hcoa7OMAmRk
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"The right place and time to learn software is during your job."
A true story We were having a meeting with a customer and he had just presented a project idea. He wanted us to give him a draft system architecture,...
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Yes, learning is part of the daily routine for a developer.
But the core stuff never changes, for most development it's been the same for almost 40 years, and for many others 60 years.
Nothing new under the sun.

Problem is that lots of applicants are now blatantly lying about their competence, and after some months in, when their incompetence becomes evident, they then demand training.
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Hadoop and iRods architecture: bad drift, erosion, complexity, broadness, intertwineness, circular dependencies, high coupling, low cohesion
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Early linux kernel architecture degradation research results
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+Johann Dirry Udacity: Software Development Life Cycles http://www.udacity.com/course/ud805
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I AM walking through my north London neighbourhood on an unseasonably warm day in late autumn. I can hear birds tweeting in the trees, traffic prowling the back roads, children playing in gardens and Wi-Fi leaching from their homes. Against the familiar sounds of suburban life, it is somehow incongruous and appropriate at the same time.
Frank Swain has been going deaf since his 20s. Now he has hacked his hearing so he can listen in to the data that surrounds us
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Coming next week: DZone's Guide to Enterprise Integration. Find the best tools and strategies for integration.
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Feynman: Mathematicians versus Physicists: http://youtu.be/obCjODeoLVw
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