16 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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By Emily Wilder of Signal vs. Noise 2 months ago.
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In the meantime, you can upload the original file like normal to the Files section. The revision to that file can be uploaded as a comment on that original file (along with any notes about the new version). This way, you keep the original file and the latest version is always in the most recent comment.

Moving a single task from one project to another

You can move whole to-do lists from one project to another, but there's no way to copy an individual task from one project to another …

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By Todd Hoff of High Scalability 2 months ago.
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…everything is as told by various industry hagiographies. You may like: The Nightmare of Files and Directories , The Database Mess , The Dance of Apple and Microsoft , and The Real Story of the World Wide Web .

From small beginnings. Where it all started: "the internet" in 1969 : His idea for the project was the "spirit of community" and was interested in "having computers help people communicate with other …

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By Michael Berger of Signal vs. Noise 4 months ago.
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To-do lists, To-do items (assigned + unassigned + dated), Messages, Files, Google docs, Text documents, Events (one time + recurring).

Views

Progress screen, In-project latest activity block, History blocks (for each type of content), Calendar, Person pages, Trash, Digest emails.

When these variables are combined you end up with a script of tasks like this one to guide the testing. These lists are unique for each project.

Step 4. In Basecamp we make a few …

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By Shannon Behrens of JJinuxLand over 1 year ago.
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On There's no place like ::1 2 years ago.
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…the body encoded as JSON but I never got it to work. Also, I found no way of sending Files ( TiBlob ) to Rails without using my custom solution (how do you encode binary data on JSON?).

So I needed to invent a way of formatting the model's attributes using Rails' standards. You've probably noticed that on line 28 I call model.toParams() if I'm sending a POST body. So I hacked a quick way of generating Rails compatible attributes, and extracted into a class …

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup over 2 years ago.
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Most days habit propels me through the first hour.

Introducing ExpectThat: A CoffeeScript Assertion Library - Works with Pavlov, QUnit, and Jasmine.

HTML5 Local Storage Intro - Yes, it's pretty trivial. Also pretty useful.

Streaming Files from MongoDB GridFS - Cool technique that avoids reading the whole file into memory before serving it.

Announcing Scout Real Time - Get Scout performance metrics without waiting for the usual polling.

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By Srinath Perera of High Scalability over 2 years ago.
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…with a Haystack of solutions. For example, Local memory, Relational, Files, Distributed Cache, Column Family Storage, Document Storage, Name value pairs, Graph DBs, Service Registries, Queue, and Tuple Space etc. are some classes of such solutions.

We discuss about how to find the right storage solution, and we make choices often when we design. But, when comes to describe how to select the right one, we often end up giving very high-level guideline. The article argues that …

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On Mike Clark 3 years ago.
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If you're trying to transition to Xcode 4, or just getting into iOS development, check out these 10 free video tutorials I put together to help you quickly make the transition and learn time-saving keyboard shortcuts along the way:

Xcode 4 Project Setup

Xcode 4 Interface Overview

Utilities Keyboard Shortcut

Changing the Assistant Layout

Using IB in Xcode 4

Opening Files, Quickly!

Code Completion

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Opening Applications, Files and Folders

I have my dock hidden and at the smallest size possible, since it's not easy to completely remove it. OS X comes with Spotlight built-in, but tools like Quicksilver and Alfred are substantially faster and allow for much more complex commands.

On the rare occasion when I need to use Finder, Joe Ferris informed me that you can open files and folders with ⌘+↓ and go up a directory with ⌘+↑.

Caveats

By default …

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On Chef Blog over 3 years ago.
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[ CHEF -1556 ] - Cannot see Files content of cookbooks in webui

[ CHEF -1560 ] - ‘knife cookbook upload' fails to upload freshly generated metadata.json

[ CHEF -1564 ] - knife bootstrap should always try to install chef

[ CHEF -1570 ] - knife "cookbook site share" throws NoMethodError

[ CHEF -1571 ] - Uploading new version of cookbook fails on first attempt, succeeds on second attempt …

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