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Darjus Loktevic
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Attended Salcininku J. Sniadeckio mokykla
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An intro post about botoflow - Async framework for AWS Simple Workflow Service
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Jython 2.7.1 beta2 released!
On behalf of the Jython development team, I'm pleased to announce
that the second beta of Jython 2.7.1 is available! This is a bugfix
release. Bug fixes include better unit testing under windows and the restoration of os.getpid() function. Please see the ...
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"Python 2.x versus Python 3.x": this is by now an old question. In the eyes of some people Python 2 is here to stay, and in the eyes of others Python has long been 3 only. PyPy's own position is that PyPy will support Python 2.7 forever---the RPython language in which PyPy is written is a subset ...
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Apache Kafka Producer Benchmarks - Java vs Jython vs Python. 31 Mar 2016. v1.0. Note: This post is open to suggestions that can help achieve fairer results with these benchmarks. It is a versioned post and I would be incrementing the version if anything related to these benchmarks changes.
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I just got a set of patches under "Customizable ProxyMaker" umbrella committed into Jython 2.7. In this post i will try to explain a bit of what Jython's ProxyMaker is and what benefits the ability to...
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I know Jaro for a long time. If you're in LTU and looking for a job, you must check it out.
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A Promising Startup Is Looking For a Coder
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Hi! We're team from Vilnius and we have the ambition to create an
integration of several best productivity tools (starting with Pivotal
Tracker, Dropbox and Google stuff), that's going to enhance ways how big
and small companies use these tools. We call it BusyFlow.

We're going to kick off at Gamma Rebels accelerator in a few weeks, and we need your help now. What we expect from you:

* excellent programming skills (keeping code simple and clean),
* ability to hack integrations as well as produce smooth UI,
* algorithmics is a plus, as is python.

What we offer:

* experiencing startup and it's great environment,
* working in a friendly hacker team,
* becoming a cofounder of perspective business.

About us:

* Ignas is a true python hacker with 8+ years of proffessional
programming experience.

* Jaro is a great visionary and pioneer of the startup movement
in Lithuania.
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Cape Town, South Africa - Seattle, WA, USA - SEATTLE, WA - Dublin, Ireland - Drogheda, Ireland - Vilnius, Lithuania - Salcininkai, Lithuania
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    Senior Systems Engineer, 2010 - present
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We had a macchiato and tea. Both were great. That's it for the good bits. It's our third time here and the staff wasn't friendly on the previous occasions. We thought to give it another try since they recently reopened. The staff wasn't friendly at all to us and another couple we saw. But they were friendly to a big table near us (seemed like friends with one of the brewristas). That double standard is really not nice. It's a coffee shop and it would have been nice if they talked a bit about the beans. We also had Crab cakes with eggs Benedict. We asked for eggs to be runny poached. They weren't. We asked to change them. They did it without hesitation, which is a plus, but in the second version only one of the eggs I'd consider runny. We didn't bother with a third try.
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