“The more and varied the formats in which you can access data, the more accessible that data is. I realise that this flies in the face of programming principle of DRY: Don’t Repeat Yourself. But really, you can never have too much data.”
If tests are written, and they are relevant to the the functionality of the application, the code base stays smaller, faster, and is more maintainable. But figuring how to help people continue writing tests is what’s really important.
The swimming and flying robot jellyfish are being shown off at the Hannover Trade Fair this week by industrial automation company Festo.
The API is still underdevelopment none the less it all looks very shinny.
This is mainly about unifying their 500M user accounts into a centralized profile management system plus allowing users to build their own apps using Google’s OpenSocial and Yahoo’s forthcoming Application Platform. If they get this right is will be huge.
- The Lab of an Electron Microscope PhotographerDavid Scharf is the world's leading electron microscope photographer. We visited his lab in Echo Park.
- Inspire Talk" if you’re sitting here listening to me, chances are you were born with a set of resources and opportunities that 95% of the humans on the planet can only imagine. In your pocket you carry access to information and power that would make a Roman emperor weep with envy. But that position, those same resources and opportunities, can often make a very effe […]
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