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Response to “The State of Github’s Code Reviews”
Justin Abrahms has written an article discussing the current state of code reviewing when using Github. GitHub, the current de facto standard for this [code language=”reviews”][/code] , is letting us down. This is a huge WTF for me. Github isn’t the standard; gerrit, reviewboard, rietveld are. I like how issuesRead More
Bower for package management, it makes sense now
I finally see the point of using Bower for package management for front-end web development. It’s made for larger projects where you’re going to be upgrading components every few months and the dependencies really need to be managed for that. I’ve worked on relatively small web sites and web applicationsRead More
Big Data and the Soviet Ghosts
Very interesting perspective, especially in light of the NSA revelations by Snowden.
Installing NPM from NodeJS source
The latest versions of NodeJS apparently come with npm. Here’s how to install it. Download nodejs source: http://nodejs.org/download/ Decompress it: tar zxvf node-x.y.z.tar.gz Enter the deps/npm directory: cd node-x.y.z/deps/npm Run the standard install process: ./configure make sudo make install You can also use `make latest` to install the latest version ofRead More
Snippet of AngularJS for data models
About Workplace Anarchy
The blog of Guile co-maintainer, Andy Wingo, has a series of blog posts detailing how the Igalia workers’ co-operative works: no master but that would be anarchy! time for money This is a very interesting subject as there are few workers’ co-operatives in existence…or maybe there are a lot ofRead More
AngularJS vs EmberJS Notes
Just watched a video from Norwegian Developers Conference, “EmberJS vs AngularJS” and it’s a code battle between two developers (one of whom is the lead developer of EmberJS) demonstrating the basics of each framework. The AngularJS code wasn’t as good as it could have been.