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bkdotnet:

Many developers struggle with how to organize an application’s code base once it grows in size. I’ve seen this recently in AngularJS and JavaScript applications but historically it’s been a problem across all technologies including many Java and Flex apps I’ve worked on in the past. The general trend is an obsession with organizing things by type. It bears a striking resemblance to the way people organize their clothing.

Cliff Meyers explores organization and maintainability of AngularJS applications as the apps begin to scale.

Appreciate the analogy of organizing clothes and the additional bonus of how to tie the module together not just with folder structure, but as an angular module as well.

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UDOO: Android / Linux / Arduino in a tiny single-board computer

fabiantheblind:

January 26, 2014 at 09:05AM

http://www.udoo.org/

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sentang:

Standuino 𝛑 [pi] - mystery drone synth

(Source: vimeo.com)

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todayisgrey:

(via Myst(ery) Box - Program all the things!)

Now I really want to replay the myst series.

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kickstarter:

Electroninks, the folks behind the Circuit Scribe, demonstrate how to print a paper Arduino using a simple printer hack and their conductive pens! 

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kickstarter:

Electroninks, the folks behind the Circuit Scribe, demonstrate how to print a paper Arduino using a simple printer hack and their conductive pens! 

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Cheatsheets for Groovy and Scala

adamldavis:

I’ve put up cheat-sheets for Groovy and Scala for Java developers at http://adamldavis.bitbucket.org/

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dantemarone:

DigiPet Project
I’ve been working on a virtual pet that roams around your computer while you work. He’s currently in the early stages and is not ready for distribution but I just wanted to share about the project because I think it’s cool. In the upper left hand corner of the screen is his health bar and hunger bar. When his hunger bar fills to the top then he’ll start losing health (and eventually die). To keep your friend happy and healthy you must feed him apples which will lower his hunger.

dantemarone:

DigiPet Project

I’ve been working on a virtual pet that roams around your computer while you work. He’s currently in the early stages and is not ready for distribution but I just wanted to share about the project because I think it’s cool. In the upper left hand corner of the screen is his health bar and hunger bar. When his hunger bar fills to the top then he’ll start losing health (and eventually die). To keep your friend happy and healthy you must feed him apples which will lower his hunger.

(Source: dantemarone)