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Good deal tomorrow on Alaska business class flight tomorrow with miles LAX -> LHR
Found this one browsing around Alaska's flights, figuring out a trip for next year - 50k miles for a business class ticket LAX -> LHR seems like a really good deal to me:

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Xamarin Studio + Android Studio
If you have a Xamarin Studio project for an Android application, you'll probably want to use Android Studio to edit the resource files. Create a new Android Studio project (I usually call it AndroidStudioHolder, but the name is unimportant) cd AndroidStudio...

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Using F# modules and types from C#
It's simple to use FSharp modules from C#, but for some reason I always forget exactly how the system works (maybe too much switching back and forth between Scala/C#/F#/Java...). Here's some F# snippets and a C# example of how to pull them together. The we...

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Fun with Shapeless
I'm starting to play with the Shapeless Scala library. Here's how to take a normal function and turn it into a function that accepts an HList instead of the original arguments.

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Intellij not adding things to the classpath - Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: shapeless.Witness$.mkWitness(Ljava/lang/Object;)Lshapeless/Witness;
Using Intellij? Just added circe (or shapeless, I'm guessing)? Seeing these sorts of exceptions? Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: shapeless.Witness$.mkWitness(Ljava/lang/Object;)Lshapeless/Witness; at Example$fresh$macro$73$1.inst$m...

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Using ruby to explore #scalaz
I've been poking around scalaz, and sometimes it's nice to just get a quick overview of the code using some simple ruby. I could write some code using asm to look at the bytecode, but it's usually faster for me to just use ruby on the source. I'm not look... #scala  

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Scala IDE worksheet feature - some XML samples
If you haven't played around with the Scala IDE's worksheet feature, it's pretty useful. Here's an example of using it to remind myself of how Scala does XML:

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Added photos to Glass and Age of Context Salon.

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Just wanted to make sure the Seattle Glass Explorers people saw this
These Developer office hours will help you kickstart, work through, or accelerate your Glass project. A couple members of the Glass team will be on hand to answer your questions, help you with any issues you're having, or just brainstorm some cool Glassware ideas.

Whether you already have a project or can't quite figure out where to start, we're here to help.

Please RSVP on this event.  You will need to bring your Glass with you and have your name on the list for entry.

This session is located at the University of Washington in the Paul G Allen Center, room CSE 303. Learn more about getting to UW here:

Photo credit: y.accesslab on Flickr

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