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Learning Go – Miniblog #7 - Creating Packages

This carries on from here. OK, so I have a directory listing function, but what I really want is a list of .CSV files in a particular directory that I can get my putative server to serve as HTML tables. It turned out to be fairly simple to write a function to do this: func csvlist( dirname string ) ([]string, error) { dirf,err := os.Open( dirname ) if err != nil { return nil, err } defer dirf.Close() ...

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Key Aspects of Risk-Based Product Testing Managed by Software Testing Managers

Today I am giving you a New & Unique Article Risk-Based Testing The Title of My New Article is: Key Aspects of Risk-Based Product Testing Managed by Software Testing Managers Excerpts from the new article are as under Generally the project managers get scared with the thorny word “Risk”. It appears scaring like police, taxes or the death. Project managers live with the fact that it is impossible to test everything. Testing is...

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Radius Themeforest Responsive WordPress Theme

Featuring a responsive design, you can scale Radius all the way down to iPhone size and still have a beautiful, full-featured site in the palm of your hand. Try out the demo! Radius has built-in swipe support for your portfolio images, videos and more! That means your entire portfolio is now fully sortable, scalable AND swipe-able. That’s pretty rad! Using a mixture of custom styles and shortcodes, it’s really up to you how you...

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Sitecore Unit Testing and Auto Include Config Files

I'm working on a open source project that involves running NUnit tests against Sitecore. I had originally set these up using the CodeFlood Test Runner, which creates a simple ASPX page for running NUnit tests so they have access to HttpContext. My partner on the project, Mike Edwards, pointed out this was unnecessary for unit testing Sitecore. As long as you move you bring over your configuration and DLLS, and make a few other minor...

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Newly Posted Favorite Resources 01/13/2013

Photo Pin : Free Photos for Bloggers via Creative Commons tags: photos creativecommons favorite Five Steps to Starting a Class Blog in 2012 tags: blog blogging favorite Free Technology for Teachers: Five Ways to Visually Explore Wikipedia tags: Wikipedia favorite The Mobile Native: BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Toolbox tags: byod favorite Over 25 Links Uncovering Project Based Learning Resources On The Web tags:...

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Should Marketing or Sales Lead Demand Generation?

Over the past few years, two distinct approaches to B2B demand generation have emerged. Both of these models have evolved in response to profound changes in the B2B marketing and sales environment, the most significant of which has been the appearance of empowered buyers.Business buyers now have access to a wealth of online information, and they are using that information to perform research on their own. As a result, they are much...

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Data Update 2013: The Dark Side of Numbers

For the last two decades, I have dedicated the first two weeks of each new year to a ritual. I obtain/collect/download data on all publicly traded companies listed globally, using a variety of data sources, and then analyze and present the data, aggregated at a number of different levels: by country, by region (US, Europe, Emerging Markets, Japan, Australia & Canada) and by industry. I report on measures of operations (profit...

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Cardamon WP — Themeforest Multipurpose WordPress Theme

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3 prédictions pour Java en 2013

1. L’explosion de la demande en expertise Java Les besoins en développement Java n’ont jamais été aussi importants, et la demande va être démultipliée par plusieurs tendances de fond : - L’arrivée d’HTML5 et d’une multitude de frameworks JavaScript/CSS est en train de considérablement moderniser le Web. Cela pousse les entreprises à revoir entièrement l’ergonomie et le design de leurs applications. - L’explosion...