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Reminds me of a project I stumbled upon while researching responsive table patterns a few months ago: https://github.com/filamentgroup/tablesaw

Demo: http://filamentgroup.github.io/tablesaw/demo/stack.html

We didn't have the time to implement this in our app, but it looked great. I'd like to see how easy it is to integrate to use Bootstrap styles.

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I reported two fake profiles* a few weeks ago, but Facebook did nothing to remove them. I guess fake profiles boost the "user" count for FB :)

*: profiles adding 100 "friends" the first day, using pictures from obscure russian models (which can be found using Google image search)...

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I'd use immutable value classes with AutoValue: https://github.com/google/auto/tree/master/value . It's developed by the googlers behind the awesome Guava library.

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I'm interested in the foods you should avoid (my email is in my profile).

Are you referring to the problems caused by fructose / sugar? I've been watching Dr. Lustig's lectures and he seems to have good arguments, and your post seemed to echo some of his explanations.

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Me too. maybe you could just post them here?

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I interned at Areva T&D in 2006 (now Alstom Grid). While I was not working on that specific project, I remember they had a very powerful EMS (Energy Management System), which let them simulate incidents (e.g. "what happens if these power lines are destroyed").

Doing a quick search, this seems to be called a "dispatcher training simulator": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dispatcher_training_simulator

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_management_system

http://www.alstom.com/Global/Grid/Resources/Documents/Automa...

http://www.alstom.com/Global/Grid/Resources/Documents/Automa...

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It seems like the official commentary is of sub par quality. According to the /r/chess subreddit, this commentary is pretty good and fun: http://www.twitch.tv/chessnetwork/profile/pastBroadcasts

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error-prone is a Google project to catch common Java mistakes as compile-time errors.

Here is the announcement by the lead developer: https://plus.google.com/105376746420084065162/posts/g3q53jRK...

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I stumbled upon this presentation while trying to better understand the Cassandra data model and composite columns, and it really helped me.

Here are the slides: http://www.slideshare.net/edanuff/indexing-in-cassandra

It's also mentioned in this blog post: http://www.datastax.com/dev/blog/introduction-to-composite-c...

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Nooooooooooooooo... I bought the Intellij IDEA 12 upgrade 3 days ago... I paid 111€ (including VAT) instead of 27€... I now it's irrational, but I'm sad.

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I feel you man, i upgraded resharper a few weeks ago.

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47€ *

Their dollar-euro conversion rate is pretty bad.

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I paid 111€ to upgrade (94€ + 19% french VAT). If I were to upgrade now, it would cost 27€ (23€ + 19% french VAT).

I wonder if I should just cancel the upgrade and buy a new license. According to the terms and conditions on the Digital River website, I have a legal "cooling off period" of two weeks.

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I remember being presented with the Honor Code directly when I started the course. I don't remember if it was a popup or during the introduction video, but it was definitely highlighted.

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Oh okay, I took a course and have no memory of being presented with the Honor Code. The one they linked to is in their ToS, it still deserves it's own page.

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You have the sign the honor code again when you submit the homework. At least for the course I'm taking.

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I second this. Should make most people uncomfortable with cheating. Those who go through are ones who don't give a shit.

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Now that I have some spare time I'll take another course and pay better attention :)

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