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Design, Simulate & Fabricate Your Arduino Project & PCBs

Design, Simulate & Fabricate Your Arduino Project & PCBs | DevOps | Scoop.it
“Design, Simulate & Fabricate Your Arduino Project & PCBsEE TimesWell, color me impressed! I was just rooting around on the Autodesk 123D website, and I was fascinated by what I saw there. The best way to explain this is by looking at this video.”
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UrbanCode - Continuous Delivery and DevOps

Director, Deploy and Release Product Line, Maciej Zawadzki, explains the relationship between Continuous Delivery and DevOps. (What separates #DevOps from #continuousdelivery and how do you know if you are doing one or the other?


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Helen Beal's curator insight, February 3, 2014 7:14 AM

Does your CD run from pre-production into production?

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HTML5.tx 2013: Embedded JavaScript, HTML5 and the Internet of Things // Speaker Deck


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NodeJS: the good parts? A skeptic’s view

NodeJS: the good parts? A skeptic’s view | DevOps | Scoop.it

Chris Richardson, founder of the original CloudFoundry.com, is a server-side Java developer who wasn't too thrilled about JavaScript in the browser, let alone on the server. In fact, he might even suggest that we are slaves to JavaScript because people have simply started to accept its weirdness and flaws, much like a Stockholm Syndrome phenomenon. Despite his misgivings, Chris has discovered an appreciation for Node.JS. In this talk from JAXConf 2013, Chris will walk you through the consequences of combining the event-driven programming model with a prototype-based, weakly typed, dynamic language. Ultimately, however, you will learn how to effectively use Node in modern, polyglot applications.


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Some of the architectural concepts behind node.js

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22 Free eBooks On Ruby

“ Ruby is one simple yet powerful programming language which is totally an amazing experience to work upon. Here are 22 free books to help you learn the language.”
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A Fatal Impedance Mismatch for Continuous Delivery | Server Zone

A Fatal Impedance Mismatch for Continuous Delivery | Server Zone | DevOps | Scoop.it
“ Most of the time, when organizations pursue a continuous delivery capability, they’re doing that in pursuit of increased agility. They want to be able to...”
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Great article to which I completely agree on the underying idea. I've seen a siloed dev departments company to fail at deployment due to the impedance mismatch.
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Getting Started with Node.js on Mac OS X

Getting Started with Node.js on Mac OS X | DevOps | Scoop.it
This is a step-by-step process on installing Node.js on Mac OS X. There are several "getting started" tutorials online but I didn't find much on Mac OS X. The ones I did find were a little confusin...

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Michael on Security: DevOps- a preliminary look

This is a posting I've been working a bit on for sometime. I decided to at least get this out, as its a topic I will probably be visiting more in the future. As a long time IT professional, I've had to deal with process and procedures.

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Adopting DevOps – Part III: Aligning the Dev and Ops Teams ...

Adopting DevOps – Part III: Aligning the Dev and Ops Teams ... | DevOps | Scoop.it
DevOps as a philosophy has had as its centerpiece the principle that Dev and Ops teams need to align better. This is a people and organizational principle, not a process centric principle. To me this is more important when ...

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The DevOps Movement - Baked & Branded

Every company should understand the DevOps movement. That’s because, even if your startup isn’t building software, software is relevant to your business.
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Alice In Wonderland - Is the Network the Next Frontier for DevOps? | DevOps Summit

Alice In Wonderland - Is the Network the Next Frontier for DevOps? | DevOps Summit | DevOps | Scoop.it
“Cloud Computing (RT @DevOpsSummit: Alice In Wonderland - Is the Network the Next Frontier for #DevOps?”
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The Internet of (Javascript) Things

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“ This is an Arduino.It’s a powerful little device, a sort of programmable and customizable mini-computer in the palm of… (The Internet of (Javascript) Things http://t.co/xSKJoIebrL)...”
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Partial Application in JavaScript

Partial Application in JavaScript | DevOps | Scoop.it

Unless you've used a functional programming language such as ML or Haskell, concepts such as partial application and currying may be foreign to you. Since JavaScript supports first-class functions, once you understand these concepts, you can put them to use in your code.

Whether writing code just for yourself or presenting an API to your users, it's often helpful to create a more specialized function as a "wrapper" to a more generalized function if you expect to be performing a task repetitively. One way to do this would be to just define the functions manually.


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Great Article to understand the concept behind functions in Javascript

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Mickael Ruau's curator insight, October 9, 2013 5:28 AM

Concepts de programmation  fonctionnelle utilisables en javascript.

Jan Hesse's curator insight, October 12, 2013 4:39 AM

more current post at: http://benalman.com/news/2012/09/partial-application-in-javascript/

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Raspberry Pi: Phoning home using a reverse remote ssh tunnel - TunnelsUP

Raspberry Pi: Phoning home using a reverse remote ssh tunnel - TunnelsUP | DevOps | Scoop.it
What’s this? Just an ordinary powerbrick? Read on to find out why this is an incredibly dangerous thing to see in your office.

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Coder for Raspberry Pi

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Raspberry pi has proven to be a very versatile tool for coding! It never ends fascinating me.

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The World's 20 Hottest Startup Scenes (Infographic)

The World's 20 Hottest Startup Scenes (Infographic) | DevOps | Scoop.it
“The U.S. is home to six of the top 10 startup ecosystems in the world, but some surprising cities are upping their game with notable strides in...”
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Isn't that one option to go out of the crisis? I'd like to see more of these on European's polititians roadmap
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Culture, the most overlooked cornerstone of DevOps

Culture, the most overlooked cornerstone of DevOps | DevOps | Scoop.it
Culture is one of the Three Ways that define DevOps, but is often overlooked even though it's probably the most crucial Way. Why is Culture so important? (RT @Rebel_Labs: Is #DevOps more about tools or culture?

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Top 10 Websites to Learn Coding (Interactively) Online

Top 10 Websites to Learn Coding (Interactively) Online | DevOps | Scoop.it
Gone are the days when programming languages could only be mastered programmers like Bill Gates, who later got to dominate the world by storm. Now everyone holds the same potential, and the chance to learn and even master programming language easily.
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