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Raymond Camden03/17/14
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Nested Layouts in HarpJS

Currently it isn't possible to use nested layouts in HarpJS. But with a little work you can support it easily enough. Here is a solution (with an alternative) that you can use until (if) HarpJS supports it natively in the future.

Maximiliano Firtman03/17/14
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iOS 7.1: New Minimal UI Mode and Old Bugs on Safari

As you might know, iOS 7.0 included one of the buggiest browsers of all time for iPhones and iPads. After 5 months we have now the 7.1 update that wants to give some fresh air to web developers. Let’s see if Apple succeeded on the task.

Benjamin Ball03/16/14
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The Best of the Week (Mar. 7): Enterprise Integration

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Enterprise Integration Zone (Mar. 7 to Mar. 13). This week's topics include SharePoint applications, Spring integration with Spring boot, PHP and Beanstalkd, ActiveMQ network brokers, and enterprise JavaScript.

Benjamin Ball03/16/14
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The Best of the Week (Mar. 7): Cloud Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Cloud Zone (Mar. 7) to Mar. 13). This week's topics include the developer of the week, the Cloudcast on Cloud Foundry, replication as a service, the Cloud Foundry project ecosystem, and multi-tenant SaaS architecture.

Benjamin Ball03/16/14
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The Best of the Week (Mar. 7): HTML5 Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the HTML5 Zone (Mar. 7 to Mar. 13). This week's topics include AngularJS data binding, QueryPath and PHP, AngularJS with rich object models, Backbone.JS development, and using WebGL with Three.JS.

Alec Noller03/16/14
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The Best of the Week (Mar. 7): Mobile Zone

Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the Mobile Zone. This week's best include tips on how to handle memory management in Android, a tutorial on installing the Intellij IDEA with the Genymotion emulator, what we should learn from Apple's SSL bug, and more.

Antonin Januska03/14/14
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What Fibonacci taught me about programming

A few weeks ago, I was solving the Fibonacci sequence problem: "Given an index, return the correct number from the Fibonacci sequence." I tried different approaches, looked up how others have done it and learn a few awesome things.

Johanna Rothman03/14/14
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Design Your Agile Project, Part 1

The more I see teams transition to agile, the more I am convinced that each team is unique. Each project is unique. Each organizational context is unique. Why would you take an off-the-shelf solution that does not fit your context?

Edmund Kirwan03/14/14
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What's the opposite of duplication?

Strange that we still worry about duplication.

Nikos Printezis03/14/14
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jQuery Tips – How to Display Popup Information Messages

Would you like to display beautiful popup messages? Now, it’s easier than ever. Just use jquery and the jquery.blockUI.js plugin.

Valeri Karpov03/13/14
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What You Need To Know About AngularJS Data Binding

You hear a lot about data binding in AngularJS, and with good reason: its at the heart of everything you do with Angular. I’ve mentioned data binding more than a few times in my guides to directives and filters, but I haven’t quite explained the internals of how data binding works.

Mike Bushong03/13/14
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Automation: More than saving keystrokes

My point here is not to put down the DevOps tools. Instead, I want to point out that how these tools are used is important. If you view tools like Chef or Ansible as a means of cutting out keystrokes (read: pushing config), then you are likely missing the point of automation. What these types of tools are really trying to do is much more profound.

Leigh Shevchik03/13/14
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Kanban for Ops Teams

All ops teams share the need to meld an interruptive work stream with a planned one, and it’s hard to get that right. In the Site Services team in Site Engineering at New Relic, we have a Kanban process that we use to manage our workflow. We’re pretty happy with how it’s working for us, so in this post I’ll share what we did and why.

Juri Strumpflohner03/13/14
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Automating the build of MSI setup packages on Jenkins

A short "how-to" based on an issue one of my work mates recently faced when trying to automate the creation of an MSI package on Jenkins.

Dave Booth03/13/14
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Does your DBA hate you? 5 Tips for writing efficient SQL queries that get you some DBA love.

I spoke with my DBA friend today who runs an Oracle data-warehouse that’s about 2 terabytes big, at an international bank. I asked him: "What are some typical problems that users, data analysts, and DB developers have, that make you want to pull your hair out?" (to be fair, he doesn’t have much hair left, so if he’s willing to make that final sacrifice, these must be some big issues). In his experience, the vast majority of performance problems fall into these categories.