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The Arrow – Advanced kanban board

Originally posted on The Agileist:
Ever since we started to use Kanban I have been thinking about how the ”perfect” kanban board would look like. I have searched for answers in the Kanban literature, but usually the boards shown there are simple…

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Data modeling with ArangoDB

Originally posted on mike.williamson:
Since 2009 there has been a “Cambrian Explosion” of NoSQL databases, but information on data modeling with these new data stores feels hard to come by. My weapon of choice for over a year now…

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type Tree =…

type Tree = | Node of  Tree * Tree | Leaf it takes some time to get used to – but F# syntax is just beautiful…

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A new Internet-Draft for “RESTful Authentication Pattern”

See on Scoop.it – nodeJS and Web APIs This document proposes a “RESTful” pattern of authentication for HTTP/1.0, 1.1, and 2.0. The existing 401 status code and WWW-Authenticate header are used to indicate that authentication is required and for negotiation

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Tutorial – anic – Faster than C, Safer than Java, Simpler than *sh!

See on Scoop.it – Functional programming See on code.google.com

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Code Mirror Editor with Pit – Pit – F# to JS Compiler

See on Scoop.it – Functional programming See on pitfw.org

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Functional Javascript for Front-End Performance

See on Scoop.it – Functional programming Functional Javascript for Front-End Performance using small javascript libraries that speed up site load and make coding more robust… See on antjanus.com

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Configuring Sublime Text 2 To Work With FSharp

See on Scoop.it – Functional programming I like working with the Sublime Text 2 editor and I surely like to work with FSharp so I’ve been trying to find ways to make life easier for myself.  A few tips to

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Coffeescript & Jasmine Testing – Tool Support for Cloud9 IDE …

See on Scoop.it – Web Apps with CoffeeScript The application, written in CoffeeScript in the Cloud9 IDE, has been developed in TDD methodology. Therefore, we used the Jasmine[15] testing framework. Consequently, every new feature was first manifested in a set

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Brad Wilson: Task Parallel Library and Servers, Part 1: Introduction

See on Scoop.it – Model Driven Development, DSL This is part 1 in a series on using Task Parallel Library when writing server applications, especially ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Web API applications. See on bradwilson.typepad.com

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