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Hirvesh Munogee11/18/12
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ShellJS - Unix Shell Commands For Node.js

ShellJS is a portable (**Windows included**) implementation of Unix shell commands on top of the Node.js API. You can use it to eliminate your shell script's dependency on Unix while still keeping its familiar and powerful commands.

Jay Fields11/17/12
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Elisp: Grep in Clojure Project

Grep'ing within my current project is something I do frequently. It's not much to type, but I do it often enough that I was looking for a keystroke.

Pavithra Gunasekara11/17/12
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A Web Server in C

The server runs on Linux and includes features like handling HTTP GET request, handling content types(txt, html, jpg, zip. rar, pdf, php etc.), sending proper HTTP error codes, serving the files from a web root, change in web root in a config file, zero copy optimization using sendfile method and php file handling.

Tom O'connor11/17/12
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Answered: Network Design

This question amused me for a number of reasons, and I think it’s a bit of a shame it ended up closed Off Topic as it was written like a product recommendation. Let’s think about this in a little more detail.

Borislav Iordanov11/17/12
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A Feedforward Neural Net with HyperGraphDB

One obvious application of a graph databases such as HyperGraphDB is the implementation of artificial neural networks (NNs). In this post, I will show one such implementation based on the practical and informative book "Programming Collective Intelligence" by Toby Segaran.

Rodrigo De Castro11/17/12
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The Romney Campaign's Big Data Fiasco

How poor software engineering and deployment can blow up on a political campaign.

Brian Gracely11/17/12
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The Cloudcast, Ep. 63: The Cloud Foundry PaaS Ecosystem

Brian talks with James Watters (Director, Ecosystem & BizDev) from VMware Cloud Foundry about the evolution of the ecosystem, community participation and overall PaaS adoption.

Hirvesh Munogee11/17/12
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Write ActionScript Code into HTML with FlashJS Javascript Library

Hirvesh Munogee provides a great overview of FlashJS including browser support and requirements.

Trisha Gee11/16/12
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Java 8 - Introduction to Lambdas Article

This month's Java Magazine features an article by me, Ben Evans and Martijn Verburg about the new lambdas coming in Java 8.

Jan Machacek11/16/12
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Spray Client, Spray and Text Messages

This is another sample that will make its way to the Akka Patterns project. But for now, you’ll have to settle for a short blog post explaining how Akka Patterns is going to implement two-phase login using text messaging.

Juhani Lehtimaki11/16/12
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Android Apps Redesigned

Let's face it. Google Play Store is full of apps that are stuck in the pre-holo world of Android Gingerbread.

Adam Warski11/16/12
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Let's Turn Packages into a Module System!

Many projects are divided into modules/subprojects using the build system (Maven, Gradle, SBT …); and writing modular code is generally a Good Thing. . .

Nicolas Frankel11/16/12
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Devoxx 2012 – Day 4

Follow my live blog of Devoxx presentations on full stack testing, modern development anti-patterns, Scala, Angular.js, TomEE and more...

Allen Coin11/16/12
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NoSQL Week in Review #6

Been distracted for whatever reason and haven't been keeping up with your NoSQL news? That's all right, we've got you covered.

Eric Gregory11/16/12
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Let's Build Better Election Visualizations

The more granular you get with your visualization, the more geopolitical subtleties you can discern. That's obvious. So the question becomes: how can you most accurately and informatively depict a highly granular electoral dataset? How do you represent a nation to itself in a way that's both factual and meaningful?