Jean Bezivin2013-01-06 13:53:07
20+ Tools to Create Your Own Infographics
http://goo.gl/VGOEq #doqc #opendata #do101
/v @DO101Mtl @thomfound
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-01-01 12:41:31
    ... Big Data, cloud computing and mobile are all intimately connected to open source.  Hence, it's not surprising that of the top-10 tech skills in demand on Indeed.com, listed in order of how fast these keywords are growing in online job postings, six of them are explicitly open source :

    1.HTML5
    2.MongoDB
    3.iOS
    4.Android
    5.Mobile app
    6. Puppet
    7. Hadoop
    8. JQuery
    9. PaaS
    10. Social Media

    http://goo.gl/2e0rO
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-03-05 05:58:58
    #Git  for  #Functional  programmers
    #functionalprogramming  for #GitUsers  
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-03-03 08:23:29
    Currently reading free ebook on #GraphDataBases


    http://graphdatabases.com/


    Table of Contents

    1. Introduction
    2. The NOSQL Phenomenon
    3. Graphs and Connected Data
    4. Working with Graph Data
    5. Graph Databases
    6. Working with a Graph Database
    7. Graph Data in the Real World
    8. Predictive Analysis with Graph Theory
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-12-10 21:43:16
    Ice Cream Sandwich is the current version of Android (version I). #ICS #K4Kouign
    Next version will start with a K.
    +Eric Schmidt is asking for suggestions.
    +Mathias Herberts just started a proposal to lobby for Kouign-Amann
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kouign-amann
    Support this proposal by retweeting.
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  • Jean Bezivin2014-04-07 21:05:00
    On the origins of object technology
    Software Reusability in the mid-80's

    This #Smalltalk vs. #Unix picture by +Brad Cox, published in the first issue of IEEE Software (Volume 1, Number 1) in January 1984, probably triggered the whole story.
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-08-09 21:12:30
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    Software terminology then and now. #Joke   #Technology   #App   #Apple   #Android  
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-05-12 07:28:22
    Multiple Inheritance?
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-10-16 13:37:20
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    Perhaps we need both true innovators and vulgarisators? However we should get rid of patent brokers ASAP.

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    Image is enough! In my opinion C is way more important that any Apple device.(that's using C).

    What motivation do I have as a programmer(I am not saying that I am a good one) to do dope shit? Not even credits!

    If you do something useful and open source everybody loves it but you still don't have money nor reputation.


    If you do something useful and closed source everybody loves it but you have money and reputation.

    If society is driven on non valuable values every individual follows and ...
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-04-28 11:19:11
    Amazing letters game
     /via @Know: This is mind blowing.
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-05-10 10:17:48
    Coding Drunk

    http://xkcd.com/323/
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-09-29 05:26:44
    How to do stuff in #R?

    Two minutes or less, for those of us who prefer to learn by watching and listening

    http://freakonometrics.hypotheses.org/9069
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-04-14 12:42:15
    Move a pile of obsolete language manuals to the incinerator

    #GoLang presentation by +Rob Pike

    Why #Concurrency is not #Parallelism

    http://goo.gl/IIkp6
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-09-14 22:32:56
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    So there is now a patent on rectangular shaped things ;-)

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  • Jean Bezivin2013-01-23 10:39:29
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    Nice animated GIF /v +Dirk Deridder 

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  • Jean Bezivin2012-05-14 13:42:19
    #Samsung & #SamsungMobile look really strange:
    Twitting announcements for Galaxy from an iPhone!

    /v @iLaurent +Tugdual Grall
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-05-08 08:15:12
    Great selection of data visualization tools: say goodbye to bar charts!

    /v +Pau Giner
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-01-26 09:18:45
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    The truth is scary...
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-05-10 13:42:55
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    #vim #emacs #visualstudios #learningcurves
    If you find this hilarious I congratulate you
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-06-10 18:46:27
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    In line with our short discussion yesterday about quantum mechanics.

    #scienceeveryday   #sciencememe  +Memetic Engineering 
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-06-23 19:24:08
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    The servant oppressing it's master and maker:
    Is this a mosquito? No. It's an insect spy drone for urban areas, already in production, funded by the US Government. It can be remotely controlled and is equipped with a camera and a microphone. It can land on you, and it may have the potential to take a DNA sample or leave RFID tracking nanotechnology on your skin. It can fly through an open window, or it can attach to your clothing until you take it in your home. Given their propensity to request macro-sized drones for surveillance, one is left with little doubt that police and military may look into these gadgets next.

    And for all you who automatically say "fake" because you don't think your glorious government is funding this... do some research.

    Source: http://is.gd/Uy5DJT
    Actual research paper: http://is.gd/1UcubI
    Actual footage: http://is.gd/wYN00X
    Another source: http://is.gd/0sVVAS
    And another: http://is.gd/u5DC9s
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-03-10 22:19:01
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-08-18 20:38:12
    #Frak   transforms collections of strings into #RegularExpressions  for matching those strings. The primary goal of this library is to generate regular expressions from a known set of inputs...
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-03-27 16:06:40
    #DataViz  
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-02-03 05:04:13
    The "Orange Algorithm" they say ...

    http://goo.gl/kjunb
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-06-03 09:37:55
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    http://www.bonkersworld.net/building-software/ #cartoon
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-08-18 02:16:02
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    “Crown jewel” of natural language processing has been open sourced by Google  #nlp  

    ...prepackaged deep-learning software designed to understand the relationships between words with no human guidance. Just input a textual data set and let underlying predictive models get to work learning.

    Google calls it “an efficient implementation of the continuous bag-of-words and skip-gram architectures for computing vector representations of words.”

    Deep learning, Howard explained, is essentially a bigger, badder take on the neural network models...

    via +Ward Plunet cc\ +Doyle Groves 
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-01-25 05:04:13
    /v +Debasish Ghosh @debasishg
    An open source book on Algorithmic Graph Theory
    http://goo.gl/5yd6s


    Contents:

    Introduction to Graph Theory
    Graphs and digraphs
    Subgraphs and other graph types
    Representing graphs as matrices
    Isomorphic graphs
    New graphs from old
    Common applications
    Application: finite automata
    Graph Algorithms
    Representing graphs in a computer
    Graph searching
    Weights and distances
    Dijkstra's algorithm
    Bellman-Ford algorithm
    Floyd-Roy-Warshall algorithm
    Johnson's algorithm
    Trees and Forests
    Definitions and examples
    Properties of trees
    Minimum spanning trees
    Binary trees
    Huffman codes
    Tree traversals
    Tree Data Structures
    Priority queues
    Binary heaps
    Binomial heaps
    Binary search trees
    AVL trees
    Distance and Connectivity
    Paths and distance
    Vertex and edge connectivity
    Ford-Fulkerson theorem
    Menger’s Theorem
    Whitney’s Theorem
    Centrality of a vertex
    Network reliability
    Optimal Graph Traversals
    Eulerian graphs
    Hamiltonian graphs
    The Chinese Postman Problem
    The Traveling Salesman Problem
    Planar Graphs
    Planarity and Euler's Formula
    Kuratowski's Theorem
    Planarity algorithms
    Graph Coloring
    Vertex coloring
    Edge coloring
    Applications of graph coloring
    Network Flows
    Flows and cuts
    Ford and Fulkerson's theorem
    Edmonds and Karp's algorithm
    Goldberg and Tarjan's algorithm
    Random Graphs
    Network statistics
    Binomial random graph model
    Erdos-Renyi model
    Small-world networks
    Scale-free networks
    Graph Problems and Their LP Formulations
    Maximum average degree
    Traveling Salesman Problem
    Edge-disjoint spanning trees
    Steiner tree
    Linear arboricity
    Acyclic edge coloring
    H-minor
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-08-29 01:48:27
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    So, Democracy is coming to #Syria  
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-07-28 21:48:02
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    If this was a program, rather than just gravity, it would be way less cool.
    via +Jake Gross
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-12-11 20:35:36
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    This is an important problem that should not be hidden. Many scientists (outside computer science) are still using Fortran and strongly believe that software engineering has made no progress in 50 years.

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    Scientists make terrible software engineers [1]

    Every once in awhile I run across some code written by a scientist. It's pretty terrible.

    I get it, of course. Usually the code they write is just a tool to support their research in some manner, not an end in and of itself. The problem with this is that inevitably someone else has to use it.

    In my ideal world, scientists would be paired with software engineers to make their code maintainable, readable, and optimized. One big benefit to this would be when peers are trying to reproduce the scientist's work they could actually figure out what the hell the code is actually trying to do.

    [1] Sweeping generalizations make great headlines. I think I'll use them throughout this post.
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-05-09 18:30:29
    ...
    In doing this, New Zealand is essentially taking the position that existing laws provides enough protection to software as it is; patents only serve to stifle innovation because of the ever-looming threat of being sued by so-called patent troll companies.
    ...
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-11-20 06:27:19
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    Apparently there is some consensus on GWT is dead?
    No mention of GoogleTV
    No much mention of ChromeBook either. It this ChromeBook still important in Google Cloud strategy?

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    The last session of the Google Developer Day 2011 Berlin just ended. As a brief summary these are the key impressions I took from today:

    Judging from the keynote, Android and Google+ are the two focus products most strongly promoted by Google at the moment. Of course, the web (with Chrome Browser and HTML5) ist still an important topic, too. The now released in earnest Google AppEngine got its fair share of promotion, too.

    Google, the geeky technology company, has finally discovered the importance of good User Experience (remember stuff like the UI of AdWords?). Many of the speakers kept reiterating how crucial UX is. A nice insight by +Mike West: The time of the functionality behemoths (like MS Word) seems to be finally coming to an end with the shift to smaller applications (aka “Apps”) on mobile devices and in the web that focus on solving a small problem space really well. Providing in some cases gorgeous UIs, that are a selling point of their own. - And that users might come to expect after decades of suffering. :-)

    Dart is to be watched. If this project takes flight, it will almost certainly replace GWT (see below). And things like CoffeeScript might quickly lose traction, with a neat language that effectively compiles to Javascript and has native implementations on popular browsers.

    In the long run, GWT is dead: No single mention in the sessions I visited, apart from (anxious) questions by visitors of the Dart session. Google’s Dart advocate asked about Dart’s relation to GWT underlining that many former GWT developers are now working on Dart is telling, I guess.

    Google (like other companies) is working hard on enabling small companies or even individuals to launch and monetize new cloud services and applications with a minimum effort (and risk). And earning their share in doing so (Google App Engine, BigQuery, Chrome Web Store, In App purchases, Google AdSense for games, etc.). In part, this is somewhat backporting the experience of the mobile app economy into the web space.

    Whether it’s app or web, nowadays it has become extremely difficult to bypass Google (in contrast thinking back just 3 years, when there was no Chrome and no Android to mention).
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-03-11 20:16:52
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    Is OOP dead?

    OOP has been eliminated from the introductory CS curriculum at Carnegie-Mellon-University (CMU) in favor of an introductory course to functional programming. They say that OOP "is eliminated entirely from the introductory curriculum, because it is both anti-modular and anti-parallel by its very nature, and hence unsuitable for a modern CS curriculum". And this is but one of the many criticisms of OOP.

    http://existentialtype.wordpress.com/2011/03/15/teaching-fp-to-freshmen/
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-02-28 09:53:00
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    #ChromeBook   #Ubuntu  

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    I flipped the developer switch on my $249 Chromebook, downloaded crouton, typed in a few commands, waited several minutes, and now I'm running a full version of Ubuntu alongside stock Chrome OS.

    My Chromebook is no longer just a content-consumption device, as I now have access to the full suite of GNU/Linux programs that I'm already used to using. I immediately installed Emacs, GCC, gEDA, and a cross-compiler so I can use it to design circuit boards and program microcontrollers.

    There is no dual booting involved, nor am I paying the performance/memory hit of running an entire OS in a virtual machine (it shares its kernel with Chrome OS). The Chromebook still cold boots in just a few seconds, wakes from sleep instantly, and receives its updates like normal. Chrome OS handles the network, power management, and other hardware like a champ, the only difference being that if I want to do something more than just surf the web, I can hold down a few keys, and instantly switch between Chrome OS and Ubuntu.

    I can't believe that I ever considered buying an expensive MacBook Air and installing GNU/Linux on it, when for just the price of the AppleCare Protection Plan alone, I was able to buy an entire (brand new) laptop that got me the same end result with minimal effort.
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-03-25 21:23:37
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    Tautochrone curves
    Drop a ball on this curve and it'll reach the bottom in the same amount of time, no matter where you drop it.

    A tautochrone is the curve for which the time taken by an object sliding without friction in uniform gravity to its lowest point is independent of its starting point. The time is equal to π times the square root of the radius over the acceleration of gravity.
    wikipedia.org/wiki/Tautochrone #math #physics
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-03-11 16:21:40
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-10-13 07:26:04
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    #UNIX #C

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    Goodbye Dennis Ritchie

    { RIP( dennis_ritchie ); }

    Author of C, co-author of one of the best guides to a programming language that I've ever read The C Programming Language, not to mention his work on Unix, he was hugely important to the development of modern computing.

    I'll leave you with this quote from the great man:

    "UNIX is very simple, it just needs a genius to understand its simplicity."

    http://boingboing.net/2011/10/12/dennis-ritchie-1941-2011-computer-scientist-unix-co-creator-c-co-inventor.html
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-06-18 05:20:23
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    List of all computer ports
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-01-10 01:41:39
    Academic publishers charge vast fees to access research paid for by us. Down with the knowledge monopoly racketeers

    http://goo.gl/QUXQN

    Academic publishers make Murdoch look like a socialist
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-02-18 14:20:49
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    Excellent

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    Es gibt doch Ähnlichkeiten ...
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-10-19 11:42:43
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    We all perceive the world differently...
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-07-06 07:58:50
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    #Git   #TryGit  

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    A nice interactive web tutorial on trying and learning Git!
    Very nicely executed!
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-10-10 14:36:20
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    I guess this guy had to run after the picture...
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    A classic from xkcd...
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-12-10 15:04:06
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    #GoogleFunctionPlotter #Batman

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    Batman equation done with the Google function plotter. Find the live demonstration here: http://goo.gl/QTzAq. All you need to do is, adjust the axis.

    Thanks to +Axel Freyn for the input.
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-09-02 02:56:58
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    One picture says a lot. Plenty of examples come to mind.

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  • Jean Bezivin2011-10-14 21:01:52
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    Don't know which map/collection to use ? 
    Here is a nice cheat sheet ;)
    (Ref : http://www.sergiy.ca/guide-to-selecting-appropriate-map-collection-in-java/)
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-10-17 14:42:47
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    [ #Humor ]
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-07-03 08:41:18
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    'cause they both play the wideos! #boycottapple  
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-11-20 21:37:25
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    This has been making the rounds but I think it's great :) If you don't know the connection between these two, well, then you weren't around in the 80s :)
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-09-06 17:31:49
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    /v +Marco Brambilla 

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  • Jean Bezivin2013-08-05 17:04:10
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    #jquery   #GoogleBar   #Timer  

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    Google has a new alarm timer built into the search bar... Inside its a jquery timer script.
    http://www.skipser.com/528
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-10-28 22:59:07
    Slides for "Go at Google"
    +Rob Pike's keynote at SPLASH #Tucson  #Splash12
    #GoLang  
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-09-06 07:17:42
    Peer review doesn't work any more. What could be the alternative?

    Another interesting Guardian article :
    "By and large, the problem does not arise from outright fraud, which is rare. It arises from official pressure to publish when you have nothing to say."

    http://goo.gl/et1kl
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-10-06 08:27:39
    #GitHub  for beginners
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-03-15 09:32:08
    Are we still in March or already in April?
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-08-10 19:56:07
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-07-03 09:07:27
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    Yet another #MVC  alternative. 

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  • Jean Bezivin2011-11-05 07:21:58
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    haHA! Now isn't that the truth!
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-08-05 04:15:28
    Nice presentation about Programming

    The most dangerous thought you can have as a creative person is to think you know what you're doing
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-06-15 21:56:10
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-02-20 17:37:51
    http://goo.gl/UfUIO
    #Ifihadglass  
    I would suggest to #Google not to restrict the applications to USA only. 
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-11-14 11:39:33
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    This is one of my favorites.
    Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ukaaa/1102090491/
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-10-16 13:03:32
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    #Wireless everywhere

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    Oh this new wireless technology :)
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-03-11 00:38:26
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    So true.

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    Thought for the day.
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-09-13 02:53:57
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-03-11 22:54:05
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    http://sixpacktech.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/comic-15.jpeg
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-03-17 11:01:17
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    That summarizes Google's Chromebook Pixel.
    Don't get me wrong... Pixel is a true beauty.
    All she needs is an OS, a real one.
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-11-15 20:38:07
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-10-28 12:30:14
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    Nice layout. 
    What is the social scheme behind this organization?
    Very different from a main street village.

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    UNIQUE URBAN PLANNING IN DENMARK

    It looks great, but there is no garage and the parking is limited. Not loving it.

    via http://onebigphoto.com/unique-urban-planning-in-denmark/
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-05-06 10:37:53
    Imperative vs. Declarative Programming again

    Humorous Programming Language Debate  "Erlang The Movie II: The Sequel"

    Erlang The Movie II: The Sequel
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-10-12 16:10:43
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    OUTPOURING OF EMOTION: A powerful combination of earlier communication format with today's capability to spread a message: People are writing their stories, taking a photo and sharing them at the tumblog http://wearethe99percent.tumblr.com/ At this point there are 83 posted. One wrote, "The middle class should be considered TOO BIG TO FAIL. We are the 99%."
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-05-13 10:07:00
    Hilarious
    Sarkhollande: They call them Dupont and Dupond
    /v +Jean-Michel Billaut
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-03-28 12:11:09
    Hilarious
    Very well observed
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-01-02 21:18:59
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-12-10 14:29:22
    #OpenResearch #OpenInnovation #OpenData

    All scientific research funded by British taxpayers will be made available online free of charge

    The British government even intends a website, to be named Gateway to Research, to eventually incorporate research funded by other bodies.

    This is a real progress. Hope that countries like France still following an opaque model of resarch with agencies like #ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche) will have a new look at their current practices.

    Also this will hopefully put some pressure on Brussels to open the results of all the EEC funded projects.

    http://goo.gl/qIZUp

    /v +Paul Klint
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-04-12 08:36:50
    Emerging Programming Languages

    http://goo.gl/QWu8X
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-09-12 15:41:30
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    Scientific publications are some of the most outrageously expensive pieces of literature you can buy We should repeat this again and again in order to convince some academic institutions to move.

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    "Academic publishing is an odd system — the authors are not paid for their writing, nor are the peer reviewers (they’re just more unpaid academics), and in some fields even the journal editors are unpaid. Sometimes the authors must even pay the publishers.
    And yet scientific publications are some of the most outrageously expensive pieces of literature you can buy. In the past, the high access fees supported the costly mechanical reproduction of niche paper journals, but online distribution has mostly made this function obsolete."

    Wholse text on:

    http://gigaom.com/2011/07/21/pirate-bay-jstor/
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-12-09 23:29:00
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-10-21 18:29:44
    I need to Cloudwash our software

    We don't care what smart people think, there aren't that many of them
     
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-11-20 20:12:09
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    I am impressed. And in Europe we are rapidly going in the same direction.

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  • Jean Bezivin2013-02-20 22:33:03
    America's scientist surplus *
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  • Jean Bezivin2011-11-05 17:44:20
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    #diagram
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  • Jean Bezivin2014-01-18 15:50:46
    Lose contact with the code, and you lose the connection to your team and the project.
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  • Jean Bezivin2013-03-03 12:13:05
    Hey Larry Ellison from Oracle, do you hear this?

    Oracle Corporation: Stop bundling Ask Toolbar with the Java installer

    http://goo.gl/GH7tj

    #Java   #AskToolBar  #Ask.com #Oracle 

    This is bad publicity for #Java  and #Oracle 
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-01-21 20:59:59
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-04-24 14:16:48
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    Animated Engines. A fascinating site that shows interactively how twenty-one different engines work.
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  • Jean Bezivin2012-12-06 00:14:49
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    Excellent trick. Thanks Dragan. Going to change all my passwords to "incorrect". Makes life much simpler.

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