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Napolux

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I think the code is messy. It’s working. - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
Deaf by Salami" is an anagram for "My Life as a DBA". Here I blog about what I usually do on a day-by-day basis while working as a Database Administrator, including tips, tricks, and semi-automated solutions for all sort of daily issues I have. I’m mostly MySQL-focused but with an open-mind for other database engines. While I’m an ebay Classifieds... - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
Arduino is great, but Arduino is also pretty hard to wrap your head around, especially for newbies. The Espruino is “world’s first JavaScript microcontroller for beginners or experts,” and has been offered up to hobbyists and enthusiasts for a couple of years now by Cambridge, UK-based Gordon Williams, but now he’s taking to Kickstarter to make it... - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
A Dark Pattern is a type of user interface that appears to have been carefully crafted to trick users into doing things, such as buying insurance with their purchase or signing up for recurring bills. - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
Steve didn’t ever code. He wasn’t an engineer and he didn’t do any original design, but he was technical enough to alter and change and add to other designs. I did all of the Apple I and Apple ][ myself, including the feature choices. I did all of the BASIC myself (it’s in handwriting as I couldn’t afford an assembler). The only person who helped... - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
We couldn’t find a simple, clean, beautiful mechanical keyboard that we truly loved. So we created the CODE keyboard. It’s the result of a collaboration between Weyman Kwong of WASD Keyboards, and Jeff “Coding Horror” Atwood. Two guys that love keyboards. Maybe a little too much. (via CODE Mechanical Keyboard) - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
We couldn’t find a simple, clean, beautiful mechanical keyboard that we truly loved. So we created the CODE keyboard. It’s the result of a collaboration between Weyman Kwong of WASD Keyboards, and Jeff “Coding Horror” Atwood. Two guys that love keyboards. Maybe a little too much. (via CODE Mechanical Keyboard)
The Racial Dot Map: One Dot Per Person for the Entire U.S. - http://demographics.coopercenter.org/DotMap...
Popped.at - Realtime photos from the world - http://www.popped.at/
Due cose sul nuovo sito della Camera, rivolte anche ai colleghi informatici - http://www.francescolanza.net/due-cos...
Jeff Atwood has stated publicly that one of his ulterior motives with the Discourse project is get people to stop using PHP and start using Ruby. I like Jeff Atwood and respect his opinions but I truly believe he’s speaking in ignorance here. He and many others look at the source code for projects like Wordpress (which has been around since 2003),... - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
Forty years ago, a Canadian bank pioneered a brand new computer system that allowed non-programmers to help write code. The paradigm was so disruptive that it was suppressed by computer scientists for decades. But as web apps get increasingly complex, and web devs become increasingly stressed out, “flow-based programming” may be raging back to... - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
(via The Most Awesome Animation About Quantum Computers You Will Ever See | Quantum Frontiers) - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
Every codebase builds up some legacy over time, there is hardly a way around that. But how you handle the legacy is what seperates a good developer from a great developer. Refactoring code should be a part of your every day work, but how to effectively refactor your code? How to ensure the quality of the new code as well as the fact that... - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
After reviewing 300 startup applications, this is what I learned - http://www.techfounder.net/2013...
You know how sometimes if you mistype a filename in Bash, it corrects your spelling and runs the command anyway? Such as when changing directory, or opening a file. I have invented Suicide Linux. Any time - any time - you type any remotely incorrect command, the interpreter creatively resolves it into rm -rf / and wipes your hard drive. - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
What Facebook and Google have done is discovered a village with no water and they plan to bring them cheap Coke to buy when—if their motives were truly honorable—there is another glaringly obvious option: you could teach them to build a well. - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
Stop reinventing the scrollbar - http://bbrks.me/blog...
NProgress: slim progress bars in JavaScript - http://ricostacruz.com/nprogre...
Lancio di nuovi format... http://flamecamp.launchrock.com/
Potremmo organizzare la cosa tramite API - Napolux
Utenti Fastweb Joy, a me! Come vi trovate? Come va?
Se, come mi è parso andando ora sul sito Fastweb, è solo un rebranding della loro offerta in fibra, posso dire che mi trovo benissimo. Ma quando me l'hanno attivata si chiamava più prosaicamente "Fibra100". Avevo da anni la fibra normale a 10 Mbit, ora la differenza si sente anche se a differenza dell'abbonamento precedente la velocità è asimmetrica. In upload si ferma comunque a 10, il 100 è solo in ingresso. Non ho mai raggiunto comunque i 100 effettivi, ma è facile arrivare almeno intorno agli 80. - Giovanni Sarbia
Non è fibra dalle mie parti, ma ADSL. - Napolux
Allora al massimo andrai a 20Mbps se la tua zona è coperta. (io per esempio vado a 7, perchè la copertura è un po' nammerda). Ho notato che se usi il loro modem (e non uno con le impostazioni custom come indicato sul sito) le performance migliorano leggermente. - L'astronauto
Alla fine vado a 6.80mbps... Ma pare che io sia lontanissimo dalla centrale... - Napolux
6 e qualcosa anche a me. Comunque un po' lento. Prima avevo SiAdsl, costava 40 euro a mese ma cazzo era una scheggia!!!! - Uillcomeback from FFHound!
io a milano avevo joy fibra 10 simmetrici. opinione molto positiva. niente telefono, il modem ti viene venduto addebitandolo nella bolletta. - simoneb
Until now, Apple left it up to scrappy developers to offer apps that do this. There are over 1,000 flashlight apps in the App Store, 50 in our own CrunchBase, and even one that’s venture funded. - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
Esiste una stanzetta per i fan arduino???
O almeno di elettronica in generale. - Marco d'Itri
We’ll have to wait and see. - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
Stop setting such a small amount of money as price for your software. You are destroying the market with this. Instead, demand a healthy, acceptable price, and restore the value of software development with this as nice side effect. - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
You can write great code in any language.” Yeah, and Leonardo could’ve produced great art with human shit, if he cared to, but he knew better. - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
Gmail, Search Answer Cards, and Google Now rely on structured data in emails to work. Schemas in Gmail supports both JSON-LD and Microdata and you can use either of them to markup information in email. This lets Google understand the fields and provide the user with relevant search results, actions, and cards. For example, if the email is about an... - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
PlaceIt by Breezi - Generate Product Screenshots in Realistic Environments - http://placeit.breezi.com/
Ploodood is a word generator - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
The company says that there is already the need for a galactic payment system. Astronauts inhabiting space stations still need to pay for life’s necessities—from their bills back on Earth to their entertainment, like music and e-books, while in space. - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
Le app in versione lite... Mai più - http://coding.napolux.com/post...
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