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  1. In Topic: Koding | A New Way For Developers To Work

    Posted 2 Mar 2014

    It seems like they weren't quite ready for primetime. The interface is non-intuitive and currently very slow or broken in places.

    I've had a much better experience using Nitrous.io.
  2. In Topic: [Link] Github releases Atom, a text-editor for coders - The Next Web

    Posted 27 Feb 2014

    Yeah, I agree that the UI is very similar to Sublime, but it seems a bit more slick. I like the plugin and config GUI screens that it adds. I also like that plugin screens do a version check and give you an install button to get the latest version. It's still very beta yet though because I couldn't get auto-complete to work on any of the file types I tried (js, html, less). I'm also noticing that some basic keyboard shortcuts from Sublime don't work (e.g. Cmd+Shift+D).
  3. In Topic: Discussion Topics Request

    Posted 30 Jan 2014

    I'd bet people would be interested in some of the upcoming ES6 topics including Web Components, Shadow DOM, Object.observe(), new syntactic sugar for classes and inheritance, etc.
  4. In Topic: Desk Checking, how important is it ?

    Posted 22 Jan 2014

    Came here to find out what "deskchecking" was. I thought maybe it was something to do with remote workers coming in to the office every so often and "checking in" at their physical desk.

    I've written pseudocode before, but I've never printed out actual code and then poured over it. I can't see too many reasons to do that unless you have to prove the correctness of an algorithm and really want to do it in pencil.
  5. In Topic: [Link] Computer scientists oppose Oracle's bid to copyright Java A

    Posted 2 Jun 2013

    I can't help but smell Apple influence from Oracle's acquisition of Java its subsequent Android lawsuit. Can't prove it, of course.

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