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Man, I'd really like to use this "tap" thing when it comes out: http://tapwithus.com?refcode=fec5ca6be22a
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Once we have this, I want it. But I want it to run vim.
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How do you know you have enough testing built-it to your development process.

Answer this question: Let's say someone else changes a whole bunch of your code. You do a reasonable source-code review and you speak the developer about it before and after the change. How confident are you that they didn't change something fundamental to the point that they've broken something subtle that will only materialize in production? Can you say to yourself:

"Well, even if we missed something, she couldn't have to totally screwed up the code-base because I know for a fact that A, B, and C is checked, and so is X, Y and Z, before we go to production. I know this because I have automated/manual tests and process to ensure those tests are run"

If you cannot make that assertion, then you have a hole in your process and you need more tests.
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checking in node_modules

you see this all the time in a build step, but is that right?

https://medium.com/@kasajian/npm-install-2a0bc73a464b#.7gjwfyg16
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Although I want to, this is an example of why I don't run Linux on the desktop. http://linuxfonts.narod.ru/why.linux.is.not.ready.for.the.desktop.current.html I prefer OS X. I am also fine with Windows.
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In 1977, I went to see the space opera, Star Wars. Leia Organa’s crew want peace, fighting the dark side who has an immense weapon that can destroy entire planets. On a desert-planet, both sides looking for information stored in a cute robot that talks using bleeps, they then organize and destroy the weapon with the help of a friend of Luke Skywalker's a smuggler named Han Solo. A tough-babe, TIE and X-Wing fighters and epic lightsaber duels are all a part of what makes this a genre-defining film.

:%s/1977/2015/g
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‪#‎Intellipaper‬- A paper ‪#‎USB‬
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I no longer have a private office and this picture illustrates the reason why:
- I prefer sharing an office with 3 or 4 other people.
- More room to pace back and forth
- Huge wall that I can write on (the walls have special coating that makes it a whiteboard)
- The desks go up and down.  So they can be standing desks or sitting desks.   I also prefer standing when pairing with someone.   Or if someone walks over and wants to see something, they're already at eye-level, rather than them having to sit or bend down to see my screen.
- When I have an intern or visiting contractors, they have the joy of working in the same room as me the entire time.

The only annoying part is me.   Not annoying to me, but to the guys I'm sharing the room with. :)
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You may need to uninstall OneNote Store App on Windows 10.

If you visit a web page or someone sends you an e-mail with a "onenote://" link, and you click on that link on Windows 10, you would expect the Desktop version of OneNote to open that link.   But instead, the Store App version launches.   The problem is that the Store App version does not support onenote links to file-shares.   The OneNote StoreApp will tell you so and offer to launch the desktop edition.

If you don't want this behavior, you can go to where you set protocol defaults, and choose to launch the Desktop Edition of OnteNote for onenote:// links.

However, on my computer I have OneNote 2010 and the protocol defaults section doesn't list OneNote Desktop as an option for launching OneNote links.

My only option is to uninstall the OneNote Store app using the following command at an Admin PowerShell prompt:

Get-AppxPackage onenote | Remove-AppxPackage

Just doing that makes the links work.  That is, clicking on it launches OneNote 2010 desktop edition.   This means there was nothing wrong with how OneNote 2010 was registered on my computer.  It's just that Windows 10 is ignoring it.

This was not a problem with Windows 8.0 or 8.1.
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