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Why try Kanbnan?

In my last post “Scrum doesn’t work for us; should we try Kanban?” I gave a warning about adopting Kanban because Scrum doesn’t seem to work. Having given advise on when not to use Kanban I feel I need to suggest when choosing Kanban is the right decision. Of course list that follow is only broad guidance, each and every team needs to make their own decision based on many factors I cannot even guess at here. Nor is this an...

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SuperMassive 4.2: WordPress/BuddyPress Themeforest Theme

SuperMassive is a powerful professional WordPress and BuddyPress theme. The aim from the beginning was to create a great looking theme that would allow you to make your own unique and abstract layouts in minutes. SuperMassive achieves this by incorporating a ton of easy to use shortcodes. It also comes with excellent support for audio/video files. SuperMassive really does live up to its name!Demo:...

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OAuth 2.0 and interoperability

Lately I have been more and more involved with OAuth (at work and in my spare time with Apache Amber) so before I forget some lessons learned I decided to put them here.First reminder to self: OAuth is NOT an authentication protocol. It is an access delegation protocol.I hope this is clear to all the OAuth developers/implementators. Should you use OAuth for authenticate in your application/website you'd better be careful (specially if...

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Coprocessor access to HBase internals

By Lars Hofhansl Most folks familiar with HBase have heard of coprocessors.Coprocessors come in two flavors: Observers and Endpoints.An Observer is similar to a database trigger, an Endpoint can be likened to a stored procedure.This analogy only goes that far, though.While triggers and stored procedures are (typically) sandboxed and expressed in a highlevel language (typically SQL with procedural extensions), coprocessors are written...

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Beyond the DOM: Sane Structure for JS Apps by Rebecca Murphey

Video Tutorial Details Name Beyond the DOM: Sane Structure for JS Apps by Rebecca Murphey Description This presentation was recorded at the jQuery Conference 2012 held in San Francisco on June 29 thru June 30, 2012.rnrnIn the bad old days of JavaScript, our days were spent fighting through a thicket of DOM differences. These days, we’ve pretty much conquered those challenges thanks to tools such as jQuery, but our new...

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jSlide Related Posts Plugin

Demo Homepage Download Plugin Details Name jSlide Related Posts Plugin Description jQuery Plugin I wrote to show related web pages in a slick sliding animation.rnrnWhen the website user scrolls down the page the related webpages slide out from the bottom right of the screen. When they scroll back up the page it dissapears! Keywords jquery related pages License MIT license (MIT) Dependencies Not specified, please see...