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Comment se croire dans une  stations de ski US pour pas cher et peu de bilan carbone...
Mf Hood a l'air grandiose !
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J'ai adoré la façon dont les premiers niveaux font découvrir le jeu.
Le principe du jeu n'est pas une nouveauté, mais c'est plus sue brillamment réalisé.
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Graph trace out by different geometric shapes comparison.

#maths   #mathematics   #geometry  
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This requirement is not as silly as the examples you give, because it can easily be rewritten in a positive way. Something like : "While cutting and pasting file pathes, the directory separator should be handled correctly : the application running in a unix envionment should handle windows directory separator, ande vice-versa"
If you want to be positive, you should propose this to your client. and explain that "no screw up" is a very vague and fuzzy requirement.
Nothing is funnier than requirements which state things that are not to happen. An actual quote. ... don't screw up cutting and pasting and the "/" vs "\" depending on unix / windows. Why not list everything that's not suppo...
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Brillant !
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In this post you'll learn some tools to detect bottlenecks in your Python programs, so that you can make them run much more faster.
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3 extraits du concert du 30 mars 2014 .Orchestre … : http://youtu.be/VAxHoyevUfA
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Two years ago, +Jack Diederich told me to stop writing classes. Now, +Alex Gaynor tells me to specialize my dicts into classes if I want him to speed-up my programs.
Life is hard... #python #pycon  
The common wisdom is that Python is slow. And yet people run high performance software on it. It's hard to make Python fast, and yet there are incredibly high performance Python VMs. This talk breaks down the facts and the myths of Python performance.
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+bruno Piguet As +Armin Ronacher points out in his counter-post "Start Writing More Classes" http://lucumr.pocoo.org/2013/2/13/moar-classes/ they are a fantastic mechanism for extending existing behavior, a point also made very well by +Raymond Hettinger in his PyCon 2012 talk The Art of Subclassing

I myself am still learning the nuances but I try to begin with a collection of functions. functools.partial really does a great job of taking care of the need to preserve some consistent state across calls. I collect functions into classes when I see that there's a need for a mechanism of extension or modification of the flow from one function/method to the next, or that there is enough bundling of state that affects the behavior of that collection of functions. I still like to follow what +Gary Bernhardt labels "faux-O" (see Boundaries ), where methods do not change the state of an existing instance, but rather return a new instance, when state must be changed.

These are hard software development decisions. Acknowledging these design choices and practicing different solutions helps us grow our skill and produce more elegant, concise, flexible code.
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OK, la conductivité thermique est quasi-nulle.
Mais le rayonnement thermique doit chauffer un peu, quand même. Personne n'approche ses mains aussi près des chauffages rayonnants (du type de ceux qu'on voit pour  terrasse ou de marché)
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2,200 Degrees Yet Cool Enough to Handle

A very cool (pardon the temperature pun) demonstration of LI-900 in action. This is the stuff that the Space Shuttle tiles are made from.

They are composed of 99.9% silica glass and are 94% air by volume. That means that they are incredibly bad heat conductors, making those edges safe to handle with bare hands.

They can also be submerged immediately into cold water and suffer no damage. Pretty neat, huh?

We thought so, and since we love all things  #science   and  #space   here at www.solarvps.com - we figured it was definitely worth a share.

Hope you all are having an excellent  #monday  !

#cool     #gif     #sciencerocks   +Solar VPS 

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Impressionnante perspective !
 
Waterspouts are spinning columns of rising moist air that typically form over warm water. Waterspouts can be as dangerous as tornadoes and can feature wind speeds over 200 km per hour. Some waterspouts form away from thunderstorms and even during relatively fair weather. Waterspouts may be relatively transparent and initially visible only by an unusual pattern they create on the water. The above image was taken earlier this month near Tampa Bay, Florida. The Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida is arguably the most active area in the world for waterspouts, with hundreds forming each year. Some people speculate that waterspouts are responsible for some of the losses recorded in the Bermuda Triangle.

via +Earth , from Astronomy Picture of the Day:
 http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap130717.html
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OK, la #mandoline   n'a pas le "coffre" du luth ou de la guitare, ni l'expressivité des cordes frottées. Et pourtant certains font de fort belles choses avec...
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