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The next Angular

about 2 years ago | Oscar Villirreal: Digital Caveman

I hear this question so much these days. What is the next Angular ? Or what JS framework would you recommend we use? Tho which I always answer, there is no silver bullet, there never has been. Its all about the context in which the application is going to be developed. What good is it to build […]

Adding Labels with Adwords API

over 2 years ago | Rocky Jaiswal: Still Learning

The Adwords API is a beast, although it is well documented it can take a while to wrap your head around it. Release v201406 of the API added support to manage Labels, this was further improved in v201409. Labels are a great tool to add metad ...

Microsoft to acquire Revolution Analytics: Now this gets interesting...

over 2 years ago | Prasoon Sharma: Enterprise Software Doesn't Have to Suck

I'm excited about Microsoft acquiring Revolution R. Microsoft has created business friendly tools for many decades and this is a great opportunity for them to bring the power of R to common users. Waiting to hear more from Microsoft...

Play framework 1.2.x excel export with I18n and custom filename

over 2 years ago | Subodh Gupta: Subodh's Blog

play-excel is very well written plugin of Play-framework for exporting excel from java objects. I used this plugin for my requirement of generating the I18n supported xls with custom names. This blog will explain this in details so that I can use it later :). Line# 4: will basically make the play-excel to take the render functionality in play. (you can also use xlsx instead of "xls")Line# 5: Will set the exported filename to given name i.e. "downloadUsers.xls" Line# 6&7: pick up the template from views//users_.xls.2. public static void users() {3. List users = User.findAll();4. request.format = "xls";5. renderArgs.put("__FILE_NAME__", "downloadUsers.xls");6. String template = "users-" + Lang.get() + ".xls";7. renderTemplate(template, users);8. }That's it you are done. Happy coding :).

Topshelf install, PowerShell and Get-Credentials

over 2 years ago | Kristof Mattei: Kristof's blog

In the project I’m currently working at we use PowerShell script for configuration and build execution. This means that if you get a new laptop, or a new member joins the team, or even when you need to change your Windows password, you just need to run the script again and it will set up … Continue reading "Topshelf install, PowerShell and Get-Credentials" The post Topshelf install, PowerShell and Get-Credentials appeared first on Kristof's blog.

Topshelf install, PowerShell and Get-Credentials

over 2 years ago | Kristof Mattei: Kristof's blog

In the project I’m currently working at we use PowerShell script for configuration and build execution. This means that if you get a new laptop, or a new member joins the team, or even when you need to change your Windows password, you just need to run the script again and it will set up … Continue reading "Topshelf install, PowerShell and Get-Credentials" The post Topshelf install, PowerShell and Get-Credentials appeared first on Kristof's blog.

Let's go with Go

over 2 years ago | Rocky Jaiswal: Still Learning

Come to think of it, every programming language is a way to communicate with the computer. One could ask, computers are the same, why do we need so many languages? Given a certain task it can be written as an instruction to the computer using any programming language so why are new programming lan ...

The core.async Chapter is Up

over 2 years ago | Daniel Higginbotham: Flying Machine Studios

The first draft of Mastering Concurrent Processes with core.async is now up on Clojure for the Brave and True. Here's a preview: One day, while you are walking down the street, you will be surprised, intrigued, and a little disgusted to discover a hot dog vending machine. Your scalp tingling with guilty curiosity, you won't be able to help yourself from pulling out three Sacagawea dollars and seeing if this contraption actually works. After accepting your money, it will emit a click and a whirr, and out will pop a fresh hot dog, bun and all. Enjoy!

Zapoorza - part 2

over 2 years ago | Niranjan Sarade: InLoveWithNature

Completed reading Zapoorza - part 2.Again a wonderful experience reading the lives of great English/French/Russian writers/poets and their enormous work !This book covers brief introduction to following writers and their literature work -Honoré de Balzac, Arthur Conan Doyle, Arthur Miller, Thomas Hardy, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Brontee sisters, Gustave Flaubert,  Anton Chekhov, Virginia Woolf, Ezra Pound, D.H. Lawrence, Boris Pasternak, George Orwell, Pablo Neruda, Samuel Beckett, Eugene Ionesco and Gabriel Marquez.Respected Achuyt Godbole Sir, I am eagerly waiting for part 3 of this book series ! Thank you very much again !

Node.js Ecosystem

over 2 years ago | Eduard Moldovan: eduardmoldovan.com - tech

When we met last time Nuno Job shared a presentation with me about Node.js. Very interesting one so I thought I would share it here so that I find it in the future.

Using Rake to Generate a Blog

over 2 years ago | Pat Shaughnessy: Pat Shaughnessy

Jim Weirich showing a real power rake at GORUCO 2012 Last year I needed to replace the software I use to serve this web site. Instead of just using h