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The setup time gets smaller each time you do it and with a more experienced team. You could decrease this further with snapshots or templates easily.

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It makes sense if you want to load balance or port forward or anything similar.

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That's actually what I meant. I edited my title.

But yes. And I kept this article non-technical. But the frameworks that exist are overwhelming sometimes; there's QUnit, Jasmine, Mocha, Chai, Gulp, Grunt, Webpack, Less, Sass, Stylus, CoffeeScript, Babel, Typescript.

These do mostly similar things but each company you work for uses something else and has their own writing styles, architecture and whatnot.

Difference between a 50th-percentile and 99th-percentile front end developer is very visible to users and has a direct effect on user adoption / retention.

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Had some success with the Music Player for Reddit (http://reddit.musicplayer.io/) this year. Received good feedback from Reddit, Product Hunt and The Next Web. I'm not doing this for profit so I only have about three figures in donations coming in which cover the hosting and domain name costs.

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How is Facebook able to do this if the passwords are hashed in a different manner? Are they storing passwords in plain text?

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The other datasets could be storing passwords in plaintext, which could be hashed using Facebook's algorithm and then compared to what Facebook stores.

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They could check when you log in, I suppose.

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You don't need to cross-reference the passwords. Matching email addresses are sufficient to warn the user. The user should be able to verify whether or not the two accounts use the same password.

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This was mostly about weakly hashed, or not hashed passwords. I realize that it may not apply to this particular dataset.

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Also in Belgium. It should be relatively fine the next few days. Some rain tomorrow to cool it down.

Open the windows during the night, close them during the day. Have a fan with an ice pack pointed at you if it's really getting bad. Love the other tips with evaporation, going to try that.

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Something like Aether? http://getaether.net/

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Or, more relevant to this community:

https://github.com/nehbit/aether-public/

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SEEKING WORK: Belgium / Remote

* Web Design: https://dribbble.com/illyism

* Web Development: https://github.com/illyism/

* Web Site: http://il.ly/

$ Node.js, Frontend and design are my strong suites

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Just grab two bags. One for items and one for garbage.

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Have an upvote. :-) That might actually work for other people. (It won't work for me. My circunstances are unusual.)

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I tried that, but having just one bag was much faster. And saved me the mental processing of what goes into what bag.

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One of the best in my opinion. I use it for literally everything. It's really versatile in the way that it doesn't force you to use templates.

The new beta (http://beta.semantic-ui.com/) version looks really promising as well, it's made to work with themes but it's a different way of working than the previous version. You get more control in building from less.

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