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Delete file and history of unstaged file using git
I accidentally checked in a really large file then preceded to continue working. I needed to delete it because it exceeded the 100mb limit of github. After searching a bit here is what ended up working... git filter-branch --force --index-filter 'git rm --c...
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Got R to configure on Cygwin with ./configure --enable-static=no --without-readline --with-x=no
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Looking for any #D3   #javascript   #angularjs   UX developers. I can get you a really good gig just ping or email me for more info.

Location or type of employment is a non-issue
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Any #Graills  or #angularjs   gurus out there have anything they think I should add?
https://github.com/jrgleason/ngGrails
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THE Jackie Gleason is back from the dead! Grails and Angular
Hey everyone! So the wonderful growth in my family has kept me out of the programming presentation world. Now I am BACK baby and doing 2 presentations. The biggest news, I have been accepted for CodeMash  so come and see me (if you were lucky enough to get ...
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Gosh Spring v4 is awesome
Super simple Spring REST service, no Groovy but works with external server as well. - Gist is a simple way to share snippets of text and code with others.
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How to deal with Proxies when using NodeJS
Wow first post in a while, thanks to anyone still following me! So I am a huge fan of NodeJS, I just think Javascript is a great language to handle all aspects of development (besides math heavy logic but that is what modules are for). So when I was asked t...
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Such a nice day and I am inside getting caught up on #ES6   in prep for #angular  2
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A sidenote for my Code Mash talk. If you know it great, if not probably a must read for any Angular/JS Developer 
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Simplicity in Grails Design - All Hail the Command Object. This is a follow on to Simplicity in Web Architecture - Beware the Stateless Service. In that article, I gave my opinion on the Stateless Service programming model, and why I think it has been overused and touched on some of the issues ...
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J2EE, Spring MVC, Groovy/Scala, Node.JS, Express.JS, Angular.JS
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  • Careworks Technology
    Senior J2EE Consultant, 2013 - present
  • Key Bank
    Tech Lead, 2013
  • Sogeti
    Consultant, 2012
  • The Dayhuff Group
  • Sophos
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Just a little developer from Columbus, OH trying to move back down south.
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ES6 and ES7 the future of Javascript - YouTube
www.youtube.com

ES6 and ES7, the future of Javascript by Brendan Eich Expert MEAN with MEAN Machine: http://goo.gl/0RZy4i After almost 20 years, JavaScript

: establishing geek cred since 1305712800
coderwall.com

A protip by aalvarado about ruby, rails, osx, gem, macports, therubyracer, libv8, and libtool.

Configuring tasks - Grunt: The JavaScript Task Runner
gruntjs.com

Configuring tasks. This guide explains how to configure tasks for your project using a Gruntfile . If you don't know what a Gruntfile is, pl

Interacting With WordPress Theme Customizer - WPExplorer
www.wpexplorer.com

In part 1 of WordPress Theme Customizer series I mentioned that in order to interact with Theme Customizer you need to load $wp_customize ob

selenium
code.google.com

Browser automation framework

Simplicity Itself | Helping our clients deliver valuable software throug...
www.simplicityitself.com

Simplicity in Grails Design - All Hail the Command Object. This is a follow on to Simplicity in Web Architecture - Beware the Stateless Serv

Building a web app with Node.js & the PayPal SDK Part 2 | PayPal | D...
devblog.paypal.com

Building a web app with Node.js & the PayPal SDK Part 2. By Tim Messerschmidt On September 16, 2013 · Leave a Comment. Having done the setup

Google Play
play.google.com

Google Play gives you one place to find, enjoy, & share Apps, Music, Movies & Books - instantly anywhere across the web & android devices. G

W3C HTML JSON form submission
darobin.github.io

This specification defines a new form encoding algorithm that enables the transmission of form data as JSON. Instead of capturing form data

GSON Annotations Example | Java Creed
www.javacreed.com

Detailed Articles and Examples about Java Technology

Using the registry framework for caching WebSphere Commerce runtime data
www.ibm.com

Learn about using the registry framework that provides a simple mechanism to cache runtime data in WebSphere Commerce, which you can easily

moski/gist-Blogger
github.com

gist-Blogger - Adding Gist support to blogger dynamic view

Academy : Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits
www.adafruit.com

Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits : Academy - MiniPOV SpokePOV Tools MintyBoost Gift Certificates Arduino BoArduino

CSS Preprocessors. Comparing SASS, LESS and Stylus
www.slideshare.net

Talk given at PDX Javascript Admirers group comparing CSS preprocessors. Original slides available at http://patrickarlt.github.io/sass-less

Jun Lin : Fix OS X Mavericks homebrew $PATH issue
coderwall.com

A protip by linjunpop about mavericks, homebrew, and os x.

How to Install Linux on a Chromebook and Unlock Its Full Potential
lifehacker.com

There are some Chromebooks with awesome hardware out there, like the beautiful Chromebook Pixel, but they don't quite hit their full potenti

The Netflix Tech Blog: Pioneering application design on TVs & TV-con...
techblog.netflix.com

We've seen WebKit mature into a full-fledged platform for application development. Advances in HTML5 and CSS3 introduced much needed semanti

Messed up my order and treated me like a pariah when I didn't order drinks. I would look for better.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Normally pretty great but i happened to go on a day when they had some adversity (a lighting strike) so they couldn't make pizzas. So they said they could make me a sandwich. Then they charged me for a pizza :-(
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Got there at 11:40 and they refused to serve me . This was even after I called to make sure they were open. Cost me about $75 in cab fees
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Nice place, painfully slow internet.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
16 reviews
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Great guy, did my steps super job!
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Kicked out our pool team after 4 years . Food is ok, THE spot for washed up old timers to hit on 21 year old coeds! Beer is just major brewers dont think I ever saw a cbc or elevator seasonal. Watresses tend to be rude
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Here is the good, the bad and the ugly. Good: 1 Location Location Location, 2 Friendly staff on site, 3 There is a pool, 4 Rather walled off giving the illusion of safety (actually we had no safety issues there), 5 Gave us new appliances fairly quickly when ours broke. The Bad: 1 Everything is cheap and old, 2 Watch out for mold in the basement, 3 It took them most of the summer to replace our back fence and it was just as bad as before they replaced it, 4 Any deposits will not be used for damages later (even their $300 pet deposit) so be careful, 5 Parking can be a fight some days. The Ugly: Be VERY thorough when you do your check-in walkthrough. Take as many pictures as possible. They are trying to go after us for about 3x our rent. Granted we had a dog and a baby but the amount they charge you for what they are doing is a scam. Make sure you also take lots of pictures as you leave as well. You need to provide 45 days notice before leaving, even if your lease is ending. Although the staff is nice the management company sucks so they do everything as cheaply as possible. Door frames were falling apart, my neighbors roof collapsed due to a slow leak. And worst off because there is such high demand it is really hard to get a tour of the unit before you rent it. Also there is a wait list but this is pretty common for the area. So unless you need something today, take the time and look around more it will be worth it.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago