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Lots of our people have lots of opinions. Here are just a few of them

ThoughtWorks embraces the individuality of the people in the organization and hence the opinions expressed in the blogs may contradict each other and also may not represent the opinions of ThoughtWorks.

Bitmain’s new payment system is broken for LTC/L3+ miner. Support just say wait

Quite a few people have recently purchased L3+ miners using LTC. (Previous orders using BTC have worked fine). Bitmain are taking the money but not updating the order status. Their support is not responding to tickets apart from just saying please wait longer (it’s been 4 days for me) The problem is the orders expire … Continue reading Bitmain’s new payment system is broken for LTC/L3+ miner. Support just say wait

dan
23 June 2017

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Blocks

https://www.appcoda.com/objective-c-blocks-tutorial/ A block is a self-contained, autonomous code fragment. They can be used instead of delegate methods, written just in one place and not spread to many files. Blocks are objects, so they can be stored to NSArray or NSDictionary data structures, as well as to be returned from methods, even to be assigned to […]

JR
22 June 2017

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An Aspect of DevOps Improvements: The Reduction Of Cycle Times

An unconventional visualization of cycle times:

The idea is that you should try to reduce all of these so that s/w development can reach a Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment nirvana. You can indeed eliminate some of the cycles entirely, but only by inching towards them before being brave and eliminating one altogether. Iteration length might be one to eliminate if every iteration is released Pretty close to the completion of this improvement agenda, you’ll eliminate the release cadence related cycle because you’ve reached CD Before that though, you’ll have increased your release cadence (reduced the release related cycle time)…

Paul Hammant's blog
22 June 2017

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Developers Activities Shouldn't Change With Proximity To Release Dates

So my gut tells me that developer’s activities shouldn’t change with proximity to a release date.

I was not sure if it was an Agile thing, or Continuous Delivery, or DevOps. That’s because I’ve done all three for a decade or more now. I thought I’d ask Twitter:

It seems the consensus is developers changing daily activities with proximity to a release is the antithesis of CD.

OK, so taking a previous blog entry, Trunk Supporting Practices a little further, there is now one more thing that changes with release cadence:

(and I thought I’d add in ‘methodology’ too…

Paul Hammant's blog
17 June 2017

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scikit-learn: Random forests – Feature Importance

As I mentioned in a blog post a couple of weeks ago, I’ve been playing around with the Kaggle House Prices competition and the most recent thing I tried was training a random forest regressor. Unfortunately, although it gave me better results locally it got a worse score on the unseen data, which I figured […]

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Mark Needham
16 June 2017

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Progressive web sites: a future that’s native to the web

People sometimes claim that the web and native apps are converging. I disagree. I think the process is more like chiasmus in the sense that we will end up with an app-like web and a web-like app ecosystem but they'll still be different from each other. The two ecosystems will cross over but the results will have surprising new capabilities and unlock new metaphors for thinking about them.

In the meantime we are stuck in an uncanny valley where a lot of the PWAs people know are designed like Android apps rather than trying to be native to the web…

Advogato blog for ade
14 June 2017

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Why we should avoid controlling what children read

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged, but a lot of things have been going on behind the scenes.  I’ve been working on a new middle-grade fiction novel – this will be my longest one by far and I’m so excited by it.  I’ve also been working on various picture books – getting one ready …

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pamela
14 June 2017

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How to create custom UITableViewHeader programmatically using autolayout

Create a new UITableViewCell for the header. Add your autolayout contraints. Then use in ViewController. TrackHeaderCell.h TrackHeaderCell.m ViewController.m Filed under: autolayout, iOS

JR
14 June 2017

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Kubernetes: Which node is a pod on?

When running Kubernetes on a cloud provider, rather than locally using minikube, it’s useful to know which node a pod is running on. The normal command to list pods doesn’t contain this information: $ kubectl get pod NAME READY STATUS RESTARTS AGE neo4j-core-0 1/1 Running 0 6m neo4j-core-1 1/1 Running 0 6m neo4j-core-2 1/1 Running […]

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Mark Needham
14 June 2017

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How to deal with iMessage Navigation bar covering top of view bug

iMessage has a bug where it doesn’t if you have something (like a search bar) pinned to the top of the view, it’s hides it when you transition from compact to expanded view. The fix for now is to manually adjust the height on the top constraint so that when you are in expanded mode, […]

JR
13 June 2017

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今日头条,UC头条,搜狐平台爆文采集软件

今日头条,UC头条,搜狐平台爆文采集软件 笑捧博客作为一个站长博客,自认为是一个比较合格的,理由有很多,比如, […]

笑捧博客
10 June 2017

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How to set height programmatically autolayout

You can set the height and width visually like this. You can set it programmatically with a constraint like this Or You can set it to a specific height like this. Advertisements Filed under: autolayout, iOS

JR
9 June 2017

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网赚,不是你努力就能赚钱的

网赚,不是你努力就能赚钱的 只要努力就一定能成功,只要坚持就一定能成功,我觉得这只是心灵鸡汤安慰大家的话而已, […]

笑捧博客
8 June 2017

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A nice way to do localization

ShareDestination.h ShareDestination.mFiled under: iOS

JR
7 June 2017

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How to create a UITableViewCell and dequeue programatically

If you ever need to create and dequeue a custom cell programatically (not use storyboards) do this CodeFiled under: iOS

JR
5 June 2017

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How to UIStackView in UITableViewCell

Create Single ViewController project. Add a UITableView. Pin it to the walls. Turn off the default separator. Drag out a UITableViewCell Add a UIImageView Set it’s height and width and position. Now add x2 labels to the side. Now for the stackView. Select the two labels and then embed them in the stackView using the […]

JR
4 June 2017

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How to UICollectionView

Drag out Single View Controller. Add a CollectionView. Pin it to the walls. Implement the interfaces The create an data struct and fill it with data. Create a UICollectionViewCell. Add a label to the cell in the story board. Connect the cell in the storyboard to the UICollectionViewCell we just created. Give it an id. […]

JR
4 June 2017

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Kaggle: House Prices: Advanced Regression Techniques – Trying to fill in missing values

I’ve been playing around with the data in Kaggle’s House Prices: Advanced Regression Techniques and while replicating Poonam Ligade’s exploratory analysis I wanted to see if I could create a model to fill in some of the missing values. Poonam wrote the following code to identify which columns in the dataset had the most missing […]

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Mark Needham
4 June 2017

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How to adjust layout for UISearchBar keyboard

See previous post for how to add and hook up a search bar. Setup something like this. Center the label. But also give it a custom height. We are going to calculate the value and turn that constraint ON/OFF depending on whether the keyboard is displayed or not. Drag out the two constraints from the […]

JR
3 June 2017

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How to UISearchBar

Drag out a UISearchBar and label Hook up the outlets Implement the interface Then do this Code ViewController.h ViewController.mFiled under: iOS

JR
3 June 2017

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