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Daily archive for Saturday, 18 February 2012

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tom (wildperl): $DB::single = 1 : Make that debugger stop where you want it
Sometimes it’s useful to get a perl debugger to stop exactly where you want it to stop. When debugging on the command line I’ve got a relatively manual process of bringing up a debugger, use-ing my module of choice if it’s not already loaded, breakin [...]
Moritz Lenz: Results from the Prisoner's Dilemma Challenge

The Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma Challenge is now closed; several interesting solutions have been submitted.

Of the basic strategies, tit-for-tat (doing what the opponent did the last time, starting off with cooperating) is usually the strongest. Since [...]

Tim Heaney (oylenshpeegul): Dumping data in the Perl REPL
Recently, I mentioned dumping data in Perl. More recently, in the comments we learned about the "print_escapes" property. I decided I usually wanted that, so I added it to my .dataprinter file # -*- perl -*- { print_escapes => 1, } I also added the D [...]
Michael Rasmussen (mikeraz): Weekly Meme Roundup: 2012-02-18
Geek Out: using git to make "making of" videos. http://t.co/HhORsLjO # Surprise of the day: made gluten free pizza. It didn't suck. But next time I'm using the CIA recipe instead of the one from Babycakes. # With the pizza a 2005 Syrah from friends J [...]
Pradeep Pant: Resource on debugging, profiling and benchmarking in Perl
I am listing some of the online resource which really helped me to understand the debugging and profiling in Perl. Profiling Perl by Simon Cozens Dr. Dobbs Journel by brian d foy Wasting time thinking about wasted time by brian d foy Randal L. Schwar [...]
Pradeep Pant: Resource on debugging, profiling and benchmarking in Perl
I am listing some of the online resource which really helped me to understand the debugging and profiling in Perl. Profiling Perl by Simon Cozens Dr. Dobbs Journel by brian d foy Wasting time thinking about wasted time by brian d foy Randal L. Schwar [...]
Pradeep Pant: Resource on debugging, profiling and benchmarking in Perl
I am listing some of the online resource which really helped me to understand the debugging and profiling in Perl. Profiling Perl by Simon Cozens Dr. Dobbs Journel by brian d foy Wasting time thinking about wasted time by brian d foy Randal L. Schwar [...]
Shlomi Fish (rindolf): Vim Tips: scp URLs, "set tabpagemax" and fixing C indentation

Here are some Vim tips I ran into recently. First of all, when opening scp:// URLs, one should use two slashes after the hostname instead of 1, like scp://hostname//home/myuser/foo.txt instead of scp://hostname/home/myuser/foo.txt. I don’t know why t [...]

geistteufel: SlidesShow - HTML5

I'm really interesting about slideshow in html5 with cool effect. I want to be able to push it easily in a simple static server like nginx, or just take it with me on a usb key for a show.

So here some I have found :

You write in html5, the js do the r [...]

YAPC::EU 2012: Video Recordings for YAPC::Europe 2012
We are looking at recording some or all talks at YAPC::Europe. The most promising option for recording and publishing the talks seems to be to hire a professional team. We don't want to hire that team just to find out...
Yanick Champoux (yanick): From the Blogs to Your Mailbox

There is an universal rule that all application almost, almost do what you want, but not quite. For regular users, it's horripilating. For hackers, it's a tantalizing torment as our breed usually have more hubris in stock than we have tuits.

The itch [...]

Yanick Champoux (yanick): From the Blogs to Your Mailbox

There is an universal rule that all application almost, almost do what you want, but not quite. For regular users, it's horripilating. For hackers, it's a tantalizing torment as our breed usually have more hubris in stock than we have tuits.

The itch [...]

Yanick Champoux (yanick): From the Blogs to Your Mailbox

There is an universal rule that all application almost, almost do what you want, but not quite. For regular users, it's horripilating. For hackers, it's a tantalizing torment as our breed usually have more hubris in stock than we have tuits.

The itch [...]

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