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Peer to Peer Lending News Roundup – November 29, 2014

During the week I share the latest p2p lending news on Twitter as it happens. Then every Saturday I take the most interesting news items and blog posts from the past week and share them here. LendingClub’s IPO Looms Over Alternative Lenders Seeking Funds from Bloomberg – Excellent article on what the Lending Club IPO means for the entire industry. After 96 Loan Rejections, This Guy Built A $750 Million Marketplace For Business...

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AutoMapper 3.3 released

View the release notes: AutoMapper 3.3 Release Notes And download it from NuGet. Some highlights in the release include: Open generic support Explicit LINQ expansion Custom constructors for LINQ projection Custom type converter support for LINQ projection Parameterized LINQ queries Configurable member visibility Word/character replacement in member matching In this release, I added documentation for every new feature (linked in the...

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Local news - conservatives lose out, Greens gain in Victoria

Tides turn. We've just had state elections today.It's no surprise that the Labor Party was elected back in after the conservatives, the Liberals in coalition with the Nationals, had been governing my home state of Victoria for a while. The Victorian Liberals aren't the same as the Federal Liberal Party - they are much less conservative here. However they had their problems and it was predicted they'd miss out today. Which they did.A...

On the Arbatel

I feel like it’s been too long since I talked about something solidly within the framework and scope of Western Renaissance Hermetic magic.  Admittedly, that’s partially because I haven’t been doing much.  Beyond the occasional candle spell or planetary invocation, my work has been focusing as of late on the study of Greek letter magic, mathesis-centered meditation, Saint Cyprian work, and communion with the gods.  Life gets...

3 Ways to start using promises

Continuing from the previous post; lets dive into ways of using promises. First, some helper functions: var log = console.log.bind(console); function delay(fn, time){ setTimeout(function() { fn(time); }, time); }   1. Pseudo-Observers This involves attaching several handlers to a single promise; all attached handlers are invoked once the promise resolves. I call this the ‘pseudo-observer’ pattern each...