duminică, octombrie 30, 2011
sâmbătă, octombrie 29, 2011
vineri, octombrie 28, 2011
joi, octombrie 27, 2011
miercuri, octombrie 26, 2011
marți, octombrie 25, 2011
luni, octombrie 24, 2011
joi, octombrie 20, 2011
luni, octombrie 17, 2011
sâmbătă, octombrie 15, 2011
The fossil found in the central Bavarian community of Kelheim is about 98 percent complete, and also includes preserved bits of skin. "The around 135-million-year-old fossil is of outstanding scientific importance," dinosaur expert Rauhut told the German news agency DPA.
joi, octombrie 13, 2011
miercuri, octombrie 12, 2011
sâmbătă, octombrie 08, 2011
joi, octombrie 06, 2011
miercuri, octombrie 05, 2011
Pranav Mistry: The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology
Pagina proiectului: http://www.pranavmistry.com/projects/sixthsense/
marți, octombrie 04, 2011
Se recapitulam: in Japonia nu trebuie sa legi bicicleta de ceva. Ajunge doar sa ii blochezi roata...
In comentariile de la video un american zice:
Step 1) Grab a large rock.
Step 2) Bash the control panel.
Step 3) Sell for scrap metal.
Step 4) Profit.
This is exactly what will happen in Seattle should we get a similar shared bike program here. While we have a large and growing number of cyclists scaring the shit out of passive drivers, we have even more poor folks who will indeed steal any scrap metal for money. As soon as residents in my city see this, they'll want it, but mostly because Portland doesnt have it.
luni, octombrie 03, 2011
CoreS2 ne invata cum sa colaboram online la un proiect:
This is absolutely something I love organizing and setting up! I can't count the number of software projects I've done in groups back in college. The good news is there are a ton of great free, open source, ready-to-use software packages you and your team can use. The bad news: you might need your own servers to instal some of the tools since free online services tend to force you to make it (code, resources, discussions) public.
- Source control: Git (great with many users), SVN (Ready-to-go, easy, commonly used, works well with WebSVN for online source), CVS (older source control system).
- Online meetings: Skype, Google Docs, Gmail, etc. Google Docs is by far the best since it allows multiple users to work on the same document at once across the web
- Documentation: Sphinx (Generate manuals, forms, etc..), Doxygen (Automated source documentation generation)
- Bug reporting: Mantis (Simple and easy, ready to go), Bugzilla (Heavy-duty software package)
- Project Management: trac (Merges source control, wiki documentation, etc. into one website), dotProduct (Heavy duty solution)
- Utilities: It is critical that you quantify people's work done on a project. You should never ever judge the work done by a person's lines-of-code written, but it still is good to see who is doing what work. There are many many many tools that I simply can't even list, but one that works well with SVN is StatSVN
Three of my favorite open-source (and free) hosts if you don't mind keeping your work open to the public:
- Google Code Project Hosting: By far the easiest. Projects are automatically accepted, easy to write bug reports, browse code, audit code, etc. but the feature set is limited
- SourceForge: A big and powerful host that has quite a variety of options and features, but can be overwhelming to new project managers
- GitHub: The cool new small (and big now) project hosting
Hope this all helps!