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Deployment, migration & change management tools

Comercial:

  • Deploy — Deploy code from GitHub, Codebase & BitBucket in minutes!
  • XebiaLabs — Software for Continuous Delivery & DevOps in the Real World
  • Bamboo — Run builds and tests, connects issues, commits, test results, and deploys so the whole picture is available to your entire product team

Open-souce:

  • fabric8 — Integration platform for deep management of Java Containers (JVMs). Makes it really easy to provision, automate, configure, and manage from a central location.
  • … and many, many more

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CloudConvert supports the conversion between more than 100 different audio, video, document, ebook, archive, image, spreadsheet and presentation formats.
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So, why visualize algorithms? Why visualize anything? To leverage the human visual system to improve understanding. Or more simply, to use vision to think.

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So, why visualize algorithms? Why visualize anything? To leverage the human visual system to improve understanding. Or more simply, to use vision to think.
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“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it is stupid.” — Albert Einstein

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it is stupid.” — Albert Einstein

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The SMILE & SCRATCH test:

SMILE if your name has these 5 winning qualities:
  • Suggestive – evokes a positive brand experience
  • Meaningful – your customers “get it”
  • Imagery – visually evocative to aid in memory
  • Legs – lends itself to a theme for extended mileage
  • Emotional – resonates with your audience
SCRATCH it if it has any of these 7 deal breakers:
  • Spelling-challenged – looks like a typo
  • Copycat – similar to competitor’s names
  • Restrictive – limits future growth
  • Annoying – hidden meaning, forced
  • Tame – flat, descriptive, uninspired
  • Curse of Knowledge – only insiders get it
  • Hard-to-pronounce – not obvious, unapproachable
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About Steve Jobs’ theory on naming stuff:

I asked Steve why he thought it was good, and he told me his theory for a name was to start from the generic term for something, then romanticize it. His favorite example at the time was Sony’s Trinitron. Well, it went back and forth for a while. But in the end I agreed that, yes, Mathematica was a good name.
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Not all technical debt is born the same, because A Mess is not a Technical Debt.
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Not all technical debt is born the same, because A Mess is not a Technical Debt.

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Responsive design gets a whole lot faster for users. It’s now crazy fast for designers and engineers to code and learn too.
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The way to mitigate these unintended effects is to replace Personas with models that enable cohesive stories. These models are called Characters.


What would make sense for the brain is a believable story which explains that purchase. This is what we can use Characters for. A Character is someone who:Has anxieties & motivations.Experiences purchase-progress events.Encounters purchase-progress situations.
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The way to mitigate these unintended effects is to replace Personas with models that enable cohesive stories. These models are called Characters.

What would make sense for the brain is a believable story which explains that purchase. This is what we can use Characters for. A Character is someone who:

  1. Has anxieties & motivations.
  2. Experiences purchase-progress events.
  3. Encounters purchase-progress situations.
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Size templates for Twitter images.
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Size templates for Twitter images.
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“UI design starts with words.”
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“UI design starts with words.”
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We’ve all faced the problem of lack of information in our app. All interfaces seem lifeless and empty. Debugging with no data is also not simple.

I think that each of us has at least once in their lives created a bunch of files with JSON data, but they were just one object propagated without unique fields. JSON Generator was created in order to help with this. It provides an opportunity generate any data and in any quantity. Edit template, click “Generate” and you’re done.