"Those who can see the invisible, can do the impossible"
ShapeShift’s new platform Prism is really interesting. Check the introduction video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrAeCfSLZPE
That’s why I’ve made it habit to give everything a codename. I guess that makes sense. I’m a software developer, and developers are obsessed with codenames. Apple uses them. Microsoft uses them.
I just wanted to give Dust.js a quick shoutout. I feel like it’s one of the more overlooked template libraries. Recently it got some well-deserved love from The New York Times.
I just signed the waitlist for an app that augments our coding environment with AI, called Kite. Exciting times.
I’ve learned a lot as a reading group organizer. I started Think and Grow Rich Vancouver last year, and I’ve started Science of Getting Rich Vancouver this year. It’s not your typical reading group where each person is responsible for reading before-hand. We read the chapters in-person, at the meeting.
So, I was up studying late last night and quickly realized one of the major problems with this technique is I get no auditory memorization or help with pronunciation.
Welcome to this new series on learning Japanese with Pokemon. I hope my findings here can help someone else ease the learning curve in a fun way.
I moved here in November, 2012. Some things I've noticed..
If you are trying to install Phusion Passenger on Ubuntu and
I learned a lot at my first hackathon, HackVAN. I gained some experience with the APIs presented, checked out some nice apps, met some cool people, learned a bit of Ruby on Rails. Overall it was a great experience. If you want to check out the results, they are here. If you're near Toronto on April 1 ...
Moar is a LESS framework that was created to make slicing different types of websites and applications smoother. Get MOAR for LESS out of your CSS!
Cocoa-style theme for jQuery UI.
So you are developing an Titanium app, and you've across this mysterious error. At least, that's what I'm assuming as you've come across this post. From what I can tell, it tends to be predominant on iPhone/iPod. I'm not sure if my solution relates to that, being that I'm developing for the desktop.
Incase anyone out there encountered this issue: Vindictus is running in windowed mode w/ no border, causing monitor tearing.