In my role as the mouthy one of (which is subtly different from spokesperson for...) the community in DoES Liverpool, I often end up in strategy meetings, "cluster groups", etc. and also sought out by people from support organisations and elsewhere who want to get to know the community.
Many, many of these meetings are inspiring and energising - I love the ones where a "quick 10am meeting" is interrupted by us suddenly realising it's now lunchtime as there's been so much to discuss and explore (although the work side of my brain is usually also cursing how much work time I've lost); but similarly some are energy-sapping as I wonder why no-one else seems to notice that the gathering is never likely to achieve anything.
Because this tends[...]
Over the past few months I've been getting out on my bike lots more than I used to (at least, since I lived in Cambridge and my commute was far enough to warrant it every day).
I'd already found some good routes along the river South of the city centre, and through the Southern parks but have been seeking out some alternatives too. I've now added some regular rides out to the North - through the parks, along the loop-line, and the canal and dock road. There's a lovely variety to be had - parkland, brick terraces, industry, countryside and docklands.
It's coincided with me getting a new phone with a decent camera, and an Instagram account. As a result I decided to start recording each ride with a photo (or short video). Not for any[...]
When I went to Laptops and Looms II one of the four "things I'd been pondering" was the role cities might play in building a better future. I was reminded of it at Oggcamp recently when I chaired a session about Code for Liverpool, and so thought I'd finally write up some thoughts here.
Above is a photo of the notes I jotted down on the train over to Laptops and Looms. Obviously there's a bit about how we get to the sort of "smart" city that we citizens want, rather than the one that's most profitable for big tech firms (or new tech startups). However, it's the "City as lab?" part that I think is most interesting.
There are many challenges and possibilities facing society today. However, I don't think I'm alone in a general feeling[...]
MockServer というクラスで Observable を戻すメソドが定義されてるのですが基本的には
配列やリストではない 10 個までのオブジェクトを Observable 化したい場合に使う、とのこと。ということは MockServer の場合はレスポンスをストリームに突っ込んでるようなカンジ、と言えば良いのかな。
Observable のメソドではありませんがこちらも確認。これは RxAndroid のクラスみたいです。View のイベントを受け取るため、ということで以下なソレが用意されている模様。
There’s a meme that’s been going around for a while now: you should join a startup because the money is better and the work is more technically interesting. Paul Graham says that the best way to make money is to “start or join a startup”, which has been “a reliable way to get rich for hundreds of years”, and that you can “compress a career’s worth of earnings into a few years”. Michael Arrington says that you’ll become a part of history. Joel Spolsky says that by joining a big company, you’ll end up playing foosball and begging people to look at your code. Sam Altman says that if you join Microsoft, you won’t build interesting things and may not work with smart people. They all claim that you’ll learn more and have better options if you go[...]
自動で起動して何かのお仕事をするホストにて作業のためにログインした場合、その何かの仕事を kill するスクリプトを書きました。あるプロセスが所属するプロセスグループにいらっしゃるナニを全員、というやつです。備忘まで。
/etc/rc.local から kickoff されるナニ、という事で。
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At the beginning of the year, I laid down a few predictions. While I refuse on principle to engage in Stephen O’Grady-style self-flagellation, I do think it’s worth revisiting the headliner prediction, namely that 2015 is the year of the container. I said at the time that it wasn’t particularly controversial, and I don’t think [...]
Update 2015-12-18: Things improved quite a lot by simply wrapping the board in aluminium foil! The amplifier phase noise floor is now at around -156 dBc/Hz while the 6502 is at -163 dBc/Hz. The AM noise numbers are similar. Original post 2015-12-17: I put together a first prototype (only one output channel) of my TADD-1 […]
Several of my colleagues at StrongLoop spoke at Node.js Interactive 2015 last week. The sole platinum sponsor was IBM, which StrongLoop joined in September. This was similar to the support both companies provided at Node Summit US in February of 2015, during which StrongLoop was a gold sponsor and IBM was platinum. We are doing […]
It has been an exciting three months since IBM’s acquisition of StrongLoop while we’ve been realizing the promise of additional resources and partnership with our new co-workers. The Loopback team has seven additional full-time developers contributing to the backlog, fixing bugs, enhancing the framework, and in general helping with Loopback. The triage process has many […]
Prior to November 19th 2006 I was really into PHP. I tested every alpha, beta, and release candidate, I knew every new feature inside and out, and I had plans to contribute… something. I didn’t know what, but I was going to give back to the language I loved. However, just a few weeks after…
2015 was an important year for StrongLoop as we became an IBM company. We proudly built a stronger path for developers to rapidly build and deliver APIs for mobile, IoT and web apps! Read on to see how 2015 treated StrongLoop. StrongLoop began 2015 having just launched StrongLoop Arc, which provided a powerful single UI […]
TL;DR: We’ve improved the host version management in Fedora Atomic Host, and you can now use atomic host deploy $version to atomically switch to a well-known version. Longer version: The awesome Cockpit project has been working on a UI for managing Atomic Host/OSTree updates. See this page for some background on their design. If you […]
Last year around this time, Issac Roth, one of StrongLoop’s founders and its Chief Product Officer, made some predictions for 2015. How did he do? We present his predictions below, as well as a look at how accurate they were. Node core governance stabilizing. HIT! With the creation of the Node.js Foundation, Node core is […]
linux - .bashrcでexportしたPATHが/procにあるプロセスファイルの環境変数(PATH)と一致しないように見える - スタック・オーバーフロー
Ubunt 15.04 を使っています。 どういう際に利用するかは措いておくとして、 /proc にある各プロセスIDの名前がついたディレクトリにある、 environ というファイルを、プログラミン...http://ja.stackoverflow.com/q/19984/440
if [ "x$2" == "x" ]; then
gdb -q --silent -p $1 <<EOF | grep XXXXXXX | cut -c9- | $GREP
if (\$r == 0)
いやはや。起動スクリプトから kickoff されるスクリプトの中で
/sbin/shutdown -c というものがあることも学びました。とほほほ。
これ系のポカやっちゃうと init 1 とかできなくて酷い目に会う、という事は分かりました。事態が把握できた瞬間、真っ青だったのを思いだします (しろめ[...]