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Vitae Codex Experience (recent):
3 years Java =>
8 years of Adobe Flex RIA =>
... 7 years of intense Angular SPA (continuing)
vitae-codex.pdf
vitae-codex.pdf
drive.google.com
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Check out this Plunkr with Angular Material 2 + Flex-Layout. We have a sideNav that is now responsive to auto close/open when the viewport <600px. Also uses multi-slot content projection.

https://plnkr.co/edit/SgdaNPD0qLw69T4TLKmZ?p=preview

> Note this works with the latest Angular 4.x + Angular Material + Angular CDK + Angular Flex-Layout.
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Angular Material 2 v2.0.0-beta.0 is now available on NPM:
https://www.npmjs.com/package/@angular/material

Kudos to the great leadership by Jeremy Elbourne. This is a x-mas present to the community; the result of hard work from the ngM2 developer team.

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@angular/Flex-layout v2.0.0-beta.0 is now available on NPM.
Also see http://github.com/angular/flex-layout/wiki
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My Angular 1.5 component architecture course just went live! All the new and advanced features, followed by building a component architecture based app :)
Ultimate AngularJS: Master
Ultimate AngularJS: Master
courses.toddmotto.com

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The Angular Material v1.1.1 Patch release is now online. Details in PDF here: http://bit.ly/2clcFJP
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Homopolar Motor

The homopolar motor is the simplest electric motor that uses direct current to power rotational movement. It was first built and demonstrated by Michael Faraday in 1821 at the Royal Institute in London. The name "homopolar" is used because the polarity of the magnetic field emitted by the conductor and the permanent magnets does not change (unlike conventional DC motors).

The resulting rotational movement of the copper conducting wire is caused by the Lorentz force. A conductor (the wire) with a current flowing through it (from the battery) that is placed in a magnetic field (from the magnet) perpendicular to the current experiences a force in the direction perpendicular to both the magnetic field and current. This force provides torque around the axis of rotation and causes the conducting wire to spin.

Put more technically, the Lorentz force is the combination of electric and magnetic force on a point charge. If a particle with charge q moves with velocity v in the presence of electric field E and a magnetic field B, then it will experience the force F = qE + qv x B.

Source: https://youtu.be/wUqbvHOW6Us

#ScienceGIF #Science #GIF #Motor #Physics #Magnetism #Magnetic #Magnet #Battery #Electricity #Electromagnetism #EM #Cooper #Wire #Polar #Polarity
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The ingenious Mayan way of making a right angle.
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Illustration of the fundamental relationship between sine, cosine and the circle.

Notice how the crank moves in a circle, and the bars — which correspond to sine and cosine — move up and down and side to side in a wave-like formation:
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