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ClojureScript is pretty cool!

It's just for "let" AFAICT.

Only for let, const, class, and function in block. Like the slide says!

Isn't the theory around the uberman that in those 20 min you go straight into deep sleep?

yup, parent is talking without knowledge of uberman

There are also people that don't know but get lucky.

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This is a large multinational with an outstanding track record of acquisitions. The plan was pretty good.

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have you tried something like tmuxinator so create/restore sessions?

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May I suggest a more lightweight alternative for Tmux/Screen/DVTM sessions - http://zserge.com/blog/mucks2.html ?

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One would hope there weren't any.

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I stopped reading her blog long ago because it started getting increasingly inflammatory, quite transparent controversy for the sake of page views. Looks like she hasn't a milligram of respect left, can't get any worse than this.

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this one just works?

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How does a developing nation become post-industrialized with basic literacy/numeracy. Honest question.

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Foreign investments + a small elite that can order people around. The education level in Britain during the industrial revolution was pretty low, and it follows that any higher would be unnecessary for a developing country.

It would be different if you wanted to skip the sweatshop-stage, but I don't think any country of any size really has.

Making use of higher education requires an economy in which they are useful, and to build such an economy requires enormous capital expenditures in infrastructure, manufacturing goods etc. What good are skills, if you have neither the tools of the trade nor the problems to apply them to?

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I would add to that the majority of citizens in the US were illiterate up until the early 1900s. The country was pretty deep into the industrial revolution at that point.

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Surprised no one brought up "than/then". It really throws me off but then again, I'm not a native speaker.

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it throws me off and i _am_ a native speaker.

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