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Andrey Prikaznov07/16/14
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WebGL With Three.js - Lesson 6

In today’s lesson we will look at the load process of ready three-dimensional objects. We will consider how to load three-dimensional models using a variety of loaders.

Lorna Mitchell07/16/14
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Quickly add Amazon Cloudfront as a CDN

We needed to look at ways of trying to bring down the pressure on the servers, and decided to use a CDN (Content Delivery Network) for our image files. It was surprisingly painless to implement once I got into it so here it is in case it's helpful.

Andrey Prikaznov07/16/14
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WebGL With Three.js - Lesson 6

In today’s lesson we will look at the load process of ready three-dimensional objects. We will consider how to load three-dimensional models using a variety of loaders.

Ariya Hidayat07/16/14
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Build Agent: Template vs Provisioning

Except for various corner cases, build agents nowadays often run in a virtualized environment. With today’s technologies, a template-based build agent is not difficult to handle.

Maarten Ectors07/16/14
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How to Survive Digital Darwinism a.k.a. Company Failure Acceleration?

Why can’t companies adapt to change? The ideal sector to see disruptive innovation at work is the technology sector. Many billions are spend on bringing products to market that fail.

Allen Coin07/15/14
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Data Visualization: A Day in the Life of an NYC Taxi

This visualization displays the data for one random NYC yellow taxi on a single day in 2013. See where it operated, how much money it made, and how busy it was over 24 hours.

Cedric Beust07/15/14
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A Rubik's cube implementation in Three.js

In 2003, I took the time to put together a page that explains how to solve the Rubik’s cube with a set of formulas that are easy to memorize. I finally took the time to update my page and I reimplemented the entire cube animation in Javascript with Three.js.

A. Jesse Jiryu Davis07/15/14
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Let Us Now Praise ResourceWarnings

A couple years ago when I began using Python 3, its new ResourceWarnings infuriated me and I ranted against them. And now, a ResourceWarning has saved my tuchus.

Ian Mitchell07/15/14
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Is agile transformation at risk?

This week I launched agilepatterns.org to help meet the challenge of enterprise scaling. In this posting I set out the rationale for doing so in terms of recent high-profile IT failures, and the need for genuine sponsorship for deep organizational change.

Alec Noller07/15/14
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Arel & ActiveRecord: The Definitive Guide to Ruby's SQL Manager

If you're a Ruby developer working with SQL, you might want to check out Jiří Pospíšil's definitive guide to Arel, the SQL manager for Ruby. It's one of those libraries that you use constantly and rely on heavily, even though you might not know much about how it works, or even that it exists.

Max Katz07/15/14
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Appery.io Complete Feature Overview [Webinar recording]

This video shows all the major Appery.io features and some smaller features.

Mike Bushong07/14/14
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Leveraging optical transport to create multi-site datacenter services

As connectivity becomes more and more a commodity service and requirements become more demanding, how that connectivity is provided has to evolve.

Allen Coin07/14/14
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Raspberry Pi Releases New Model

Today, the Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new model, called the B+.

Allan Kelly07/14/14
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What we forget about the Scientific Method

Lets have less talk about “The Scientific Method” and more talk about “Tidying up the Kitchen” - or is it better in French? Mise en place…. come to think of it, don’t the Lean community have Japanese word for this? Pika pika.

Matt Butcher07/14/14
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Start an Interactive Shell from Within Go

Looking around the web for information on creating a new shell from Go, I kept finding the same answer: "You can't do it." Actually, you can do it, and it's not hard.