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Nicola Bombaci (Nils)

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New ‪#‎updates‬ for ‪#‎PpostManager‬ now you can ‪#‎Insert‬ or ‪#‎Upload‬ images. #Enjoy the power of this little tool and ‪#‎manage‬ your ‪#‎blog ‬http://bit.ly/1SMAM2q
Nicolabombaci.com - Personal Web Page
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kevin ard

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I really like some of the google uis like drive, etc. Just curious: Is there anything like that I can run on localhost?
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Owncloud? https://owncloud.org
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Configure.IT Inc.

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Why App Developers Need To “Logout Before You Burnout”
Software developers have a well-earned reputation for having a quiet machismo. Programmers tend to work long hours, have big egos and high degrees of concentration. Excessive quantities of coffee or Red Bull and noise-canceling headphones complete the cliché. goo.gl/XuFyE2 #appdevelopment  
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Great article, found myself in exactly the same situation... was always trying to be the best... wanted to get noticed... then it all became too much... now... a couple of years have gone by and I am back in business and happier than ever... but... more sensible about my emotions and when I fell that I need a break I take one... and even more important I won't twist and turn myself to fit into any scheme... 
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Chandra Sekhar Bijibilla

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Sanjay Kumar Negi

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One Graphic Designer intern is required for our startup FoodPingu.com, who can also work remotely for us. If anyone interested PM or Comment Here.
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Do you need a cyber security specialist?
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Noble Mushtak

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HTML and CSS Lessons

I think most HTML/CSS tutorials are too basic and there aren't enough tutorials that try to give students a full understanding of the language. While basic HTML and CSS tutorials are very helpful for people getting into programming, I think we also need tutorials that give a fuller understanding, so I've made a tutorial for HTML and CSS myself: https://bit.ly/nhmteacheshtml

There will be eight lessons and I'm probably going to make a new lesson every week. Right now, there's already a lesson on the Web site.
Lesson 1https://personalwebsite-noblehmushtak.rhcloud.com/HTML%20Lessons/Lesson%201

I've already written the lessons on Google docs, so over this summer, I'll keep adding lessons to the Web site and I'll post a comment here when I've uploaded a new lesson. Enjoy!
Noble Mushtak begins his HTML Lessons by explaining what HTML actually is and how to get started!
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Frankie FP

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Conway's Game of Life in Pure SQL

http://blinkofcode.com/5594eec2c57dd42a71f0c82d
save these lines in a file called -- setupworld.sql -- turn off feedback for cleaner display SET feedback off -- 3 x 3 world -- alive has coordinates of living cells DROP TABLE alive; CREATE TABLE alive (x NUMBER,y NUMBER); -- three alive up the middle -- * -- * -- * INSERT INTO alive VALUES (2 ...
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Avinash Malhotra

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CSS Tutorial for Beginners and Professionals.
http://tutorial.techaltum.com/css.html
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Then with Javascript it would be adding the internal organs.
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Avetis Ghukasyan

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What's your take on this issue?
My struggles, solutions and insights in the field of software development.
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+Noble Mushtak Yeap, really easy and convenient to use. Give it a try. You need to see what requires jQuery and what doesn't, some of the animation stuff requires it so just look around. Yes it will take some time but is worth it to know for later.
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The Linux Homefront

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МСВС 5.0 Action - Linux Distro from Russian Army        
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRMtP_R7pp8

Details and screenshots - https://tlhp.cf/msvs/

#linux #rhel #russia #army #military #software
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Muhammad nasir

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Ryan Daws

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Do you have any further tips on developing apps for the enterprise?
There is certainly no shortage of enterprise software – but there is a shortage of enterprise software that is actually used by employees.
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Good post. My two cents: I think enterprise developers and the public at large have made the mistake of thinking that there is some vast gulf between enterprise apps and apps for the general public. As you rightly point out, enterprise users are also regular users the remaining hours of the day. I think the primary difference between the apps people regularly use and "enterprise" apps is the increased security constraints and requirements of enterprise apps. A good enterprise apps needs to have the usability of an Evernote or a Facebook while seamlessly handling the needs of having WAN's, VPN's and the necessary segregation of the intranet and the Internet.

One thing I would also mention is Agile development. There is a vast difference between an app developed with an eye toward requirements versus one developed with user stories in mind.

Good post!
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Vernes Okanovich

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Which one are you in favor of: The LAMP/WAMP stack or the MEAN stack? Explain why in the comments below.

*Note that each stack has their own purposes depending on the programming requirements and is always therefore subjective. The purpose of this poll is to just see what the current trend is.

(For those of you who don't know what these are, here is a nice article explaining them: http://blog.backand.com/mean-vs-lamp/)
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LEMP for me thx, i don't need any of those billions of Apache modules
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Jason Lowenthal

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Are You Independent?
We're lucky enough to see this out on our front lawn. People love legally blowing stuff up around my house. With the US National Holiday for Independence just around the corner, I couldn't help but thinking about what independence really means.  I like the ...
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Coding Defined

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Controling Visibility in BootStrap
#bootstrap   #visible   #posts  
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Stephen Rodriguez

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So cool! Learn more about dotfiles here
dotfiles.github.io. Your unofficial guide to dotfiles on GitHub. GitHub ❤ ~/. Why would I want my dotfiles on GitHub? Backup, restore, and sync the prefs and settings for your toolbox. Your dotfiles might be the most important files on your machine. Learn from the community.
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This is a really good idea! I only have one dotfile for Emacs, so I probably won't make a whole repository for them now, but if I eventually have more, I might share them with you. However, I think you should define what a dotfile is in your website so people know what you're talking about.
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Sainath Krishnamurthy

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Why does his sublime look different than the standard look? is he using sublime text 3?
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It seem so have a github atom - like interface
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Coders Lexicon

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We provide 6 helpful tips on how someone new to programming should think about learning material about it. By building a great set of resources you can greatly speed up and improve the rate by which you learn whether your new or a veteran.
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