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Every time I tell someone about OpenStreetMap, they inevitably ask “Why not use Google Maps?”. From a practical standpoint, it’s a …

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blogs.atlassian.com

This is a guest blog post by Steve Losh focusing on the primary reasons a team may choose Mercurial as their (distributed) version control s

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radar.oreilly.com

When XML exploded onto the scene, it ignited visions of magical communications, simplified document storage, and a whole new wave of applica

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This document is an attempt to be a fairly comprehensive guide to recovering from what you did not mean to do when using git. It isn't that

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As more data is being stored in RDF formats like RSS, a need has arisen for a simple way to locate specific information. SPARQL, a powerful

How Not To Sort By Average Rating
evanmiller.org

How Not To Sort By Average Rating. By Evan Miller. February 6, 2009 (Changes). PROBLEM: You are a web programmer. You have users. Your users

API with Ruby on Rails: useful tricks | Railsware Blog
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This article is about gotchas you should be aware of while building your API with Ruby on Rails.

BBC News - Hardtalk - Guns N' Roses' bassist Duff McKagan's 'wake-up call'
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How To Effectively Express Complex Information
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Essential JavaScript Namespacing Patterns
addyosmani.com

In this post, I'll be discussing both intermediate and advanced patterns and approaches for namespacing in JavaScript. We're going to begin

Irlandais : Perfectionnez votre prononciation en Irlandais
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Consultez toutes les prononciations en Irlandais et apprenez à prononcer en Irlandais

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Rap Genius runs on Heroku. In fact, with nearly 15 million monthly unique visitors, we’re one of their largest customers This is the story o

Stratocam
www.stratocam.com

Explore and vote on the best Google Maps satellite imagery around the world.

Debunking the Node.js Gish Gallop
www.unlimitednovelty.com

A programmer who once a Ruby on Rails enthusiast switches to Node.js and thinks it's awesome, then proceeds to write a blog post about why N

Backbone.js Tips : Lessons from the trenches
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At SupportBee, we are building a Gmail like single page app for customer support. Naturally, this is extremely javascript heavy. To organize

There's no shame in code that is simply "good enough" - Alex's Notes
blog.phiz.net

Back when I started developing what could loosely be called software around fifteen years ago, I didn't know what I was doing. If it com