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Supernova from IT Conversations Supernova Through the cooperation of Kevin Werbach and Supernova Group LLC, we're pleased to bring you the keynote presentations from the Supernova conference. This page shows 1 to 10 of 59 total podcasts in this series.<11- | 21- | 31- | 41- | 51- | Older>> Panel - Do You Know Where Your Identity Is? As our lives increasingly straddle the physical and the virtual worlds, the management of identity becomes increasingly crucial from both a business and a social standpoint. John Clippinger, Kaliya Hamlin, and Reid Hoffman examine how online identity can foster relationships and deepen value creation. Lada Adamic - Online Social Activity Lada Adamic, assistant professor at the University of Michigan, discusses the psychological impact of online social communication on individual behavior. Technology's Potential to Reshape Business Attempting to predict how technology will impact business in the future, is a daunting task. Panel - Connected Innovators Showcase

Lazy.js - v0.3.2 Lazy.js it a utility library for JavaScript, similar to Underscore and Lo-Dash but with one important difference: lazy evaluation (also known as deferred execution). This can translate to superior performance in many cases, especially when dealing with large arrays and/or "chaining" together multiple methods. For simple cases (map, filter, etc.) on small arrays, Lazy's performance should be similar to Underscore or Lo-Dash. The following chart illustrates the performance of Lazy.js versus Underscore and Lo-Dash for several common operations using arrays with 10 elements each on Chrome: You can see that the performance difference becomes much more significant for methods that don't require iterating an entire collection (e.g., indexOf, take) as the arrays get larger: Intrigued? Or, if you're using Node.js: Now let's look at what you can do with Lazy.js. Introduction We'll start with an array containing 1000 integers. var array = Lazy.range(1000).toArray(); This query does a lot of stuff:

cmiscm/stickerjs Camlistore marmelab/gremlins.js fulmicoton/fattable The Craft of Text Editing -by- Craig A. Finseth Copyright 1999 by Craig A. This web site contains the full text of the book "The Craft of Text Editing." If you wish to cite this work, please use the following URL: This book is also available in print form. If you should notice typos or formatting problems, please let me know. Here is an .epub version that is pretty reasonable. Here is a .mobi version, again created using calibre. Here is a .pdf version that contains better bookmarking than the one on Lulu. Here is a gzip'd .tar file that contains the complete work. Here is a .gz file that contains a PostScript version of the complete work. Here is a .gz file that contains a tar file of a LaTeX version version of the complete work. Quick Contents: Credits The chapter quotes comprise the verse "Jabberwocky" by Lewis Carroll, from the work Through the Looking Glass. Trademarks Annex is a registered trademark of Xylogics. CP/M is a registered trademark of Digital Research. Table of Contents

krasimir/bubble.js Initiation à Polymer, le nouveau framework web de Google Un article un peu particulier aujourd'hui, qui devrait plaire à tous les développeurs web qui cherchent une nouvelle techno avec laquelle jouer pour se dégourdir les doigts. Pour ce tuto, je me suis fait aidé d'Erwan Martin et Jim Laurie, tous les 2 développeurs chez Kontest et experts en Polymer / Material Design. Ce sont eux qui ont rédigé le tuto ci dessous et qui partage leur expérience. Polymer, pour ceux qui n'en auraient jamais entendu parlé, c'est un nouveau framework développé par Google permettant de créer rapidement des applications web à l'aide de composants préexistants. Polymer Pour faire simple Polymer permet de découper une application web en plusieurs morceaux (composants), indépendants, qui contiennent le code HTML (structure), le style CSS et le code Javascript (intelligence du composant). Ce tutoriel pour vous initier à Polymer est découpé en 4 parties : Les mutations d’objetsLes web componentsLe positionnementLes animations Material Design Kontest Voilà ce que ça donne.

Technical HOWTOs | Hints & Kinks | Page 2 Sandbox telegrams, or, how your Chrome extension can interact with page content scripts In AdGrok’s GrokBar, we inject a “heads-up display” on pages that the user is advertising. The heads-up display is actually an iframe that’s positioned within a browser-extension-injected div, and that iframe renders content from our secure server farm. You can… Multi-value hashes in Ruby Any non-trivial project quickly finds itself needing data structures that are more exotic than simple arrays or maps. Tagged with: ruby Posted in Technical HOWTOs Run a RAID6 on Amazon EBS For Fun and Profit With all this badmouthing Amazon’s Elastic Block Store, I wanted to share how we’ve set up our MySQL server for AdGrok. Tagged with: aws, ebs, mysql Posted in Technical HOWTOs Command-tab exposé trick on Mac OS X Left outer joining a has_and_belongs_to_many in a Rails 3 scope Winner for esoteric rails 3 question, but the googles (and stack overflow and the rails docs) all failed me. Securely deleting files

SweetAlert A beautiful replacement for Javascript's "Alert" So... What does it do? Here’s a comparison of a standard error message. Normal alert Code: alert("Oops... Sweet Alert sweetAlert("Oops Pretty cool huh? More examples In these examples, we're using the shorthand function swal to call sweetAlert. Download & install Method 1: Install through bower: $ bower install sweetalert Method 2: Download the sweetAlert CSS and JavaScript files. Configuration Here are the keys that you can use if you pass an object into sweetAlert: Contribute

Here's the difference between Polymer and Angular A year after pulling back the curtains on the Polymer Project, Google’s taken part of I/O 2014 to demo what the code can do. Right on cue, the web is abuzz with discussion comparing Polymer to other popular web frameworks, and it’s no surprise since it bears some resemblance to Google’s very own AngularJS. Join me after the break as I introduce Polymer and explore just how it relates to Angular. What is Polymer? Polymer is a library for creating Web Components, which are a set of W3C standards and upcoming browser APIs for defining your own custom HTML elements. Custom elements? Seem familiar? So, how does Polymer differ from Angular? Angular is a complete framework for building webapps, whereas Polymer is a library for creating Web Components. Angular has high-level APIs for things like services, routing, server communication and the like. Even though Angular and Polymer aim to do different things, there is currently some overlap. Angular directives vs. Polymer Custom Element: Yes!

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