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Your Phone is your (next) Personal Computer

On this Christmas, a lot of us will pay more then $1000 for a new iPhone XY or for a similar Samsung one (twice the price of a netbook) and you will have in your hand a quite powerful machine: for instance iPhone used as Theorem Prover is faster then an Intel Workstation (!) It is …

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Thinking in Angular 4: Templates

To understand Angular 4, after the “Hero” tutorial you should start from the Template syntax.  We highlighted some statement in red below: Data direction Syntax Type One-way from data source to view target {{expression}} [target]=”expression” bind-target=”expression” Interpolation Property Attribute Class Style One-way from view target to data source (target)=”statement” on-target=”statement” Event Two-way [(target)]=”expression” bindon-target=”expression” Two-way …

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esp8266 webImport

UPDATED and BUGFIXED! MicroPython Repl command line is very nice, because you can telnet to the chip and read-and-evaluate python code. It is a great way of learning embedded IoT. The bad thing you cannot copy file while it is running, so experimenting get bad. Also an automatic module update would be a very nice thing to …

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The RUP

Because some friend of mine did not know about RUP, and deal with waterfall process, I decided to make a small recall for all poor young Project Manager dealing with bad developers, bad consultants and so on, out of there,   The Rational Unified Process (RUP) is an iterative software development process framework created by the Rational Software Corporation, a division of IBM since …

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Docker Shadow of Lights: docker on Raspberry Pi 2/3

Cloud, DevOps, and Microservices are three strong forces are melting together. Containers is the key technology around them. Before docker, horizontal scaling via VM spinning was feasible but a slow speed, compared to the speed of a docker container boot. So do you want to learn docker without going out of business? Let’s go! So if …

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Exploring a 23 years old code base: LambdaMoo MUD Part 2

In this second article I will continue my jorney on LambdaMoo code base. The C code is very well written. Sometimes the API abuse global variable to avoid passing around identifier like output database file descriptor or the like. Because a lot of the system has been written in the Moo language, the core is …

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Exploring a 23 years old code base: LambdaMoo MUD Part 1

On these days my greek daemon (the one which talk to me about deep nerd programming) was interested on LambdaMoo. LambdaMoo is an Object Oriented Multi User Dungeon born back in 1995. A MUD was a text based system you log in, talk with other, create adventures and so on. LambdaMoo has a script language …

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