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  1. 37signals Works Remotely


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    Meet some of the people that make working remotely for 37signals such a success. Remote, Office Not Required is the new book from the authors of New York Times bestseller, Rework. In stores October…

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    • Quick Intro to Live Programming with Overtone


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      In this video Sam Aaron gives a fast-paced introduction to a number of key live programming techniques such as triggering instruments, scheduling future events and synth design. Finally, the viewer…

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      • Emacs Column Editing


        from Mark Mansour / Liked

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        How to edit column in Emacs

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        • Narcissistic Design - Stuart Halloway


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          The software industry changes rapidly, but you can protect yourself from these changes by creating code that is complicated enough that only you can maintain it. Of course you should not engage…

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          • Rinari Screencast (Ruby on Rails development with Emacs)


            from Eric Schulte / Liked

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            A short screencast demonstrating the use of Rinari (an Emacs minor-mode for rails development). This video was produced using the emacs-starter-kit available at http://github.com/technomancy/emacs-starter-kit/tree/master and…

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            • Emacs - IDEverything


              from Lau Jensen / Liked

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              Please see: http://bestinclass.dk/index.clj/2010/07/trail-blazing-innovators.html Screencast which demonstrates several useful aspects of Emacs for a typical developers workday/week.

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              • What You Can Learn From ido.el


                from Stuart Halloway / Liked

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                Rich, composable systems are the way to go--in programming languages, libraries, and interface metaphors. This short screencast looks at the latter, comparing TextMate and Emacs.

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                • Compojure/Emacs Intro


                  from Lau Jensen / Liked

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                  Small tutorial-like video which shows off the Emacs IDEverything, which I use for dynamic webdevelopment.

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                  • DDD with Ruby On Rails and MongoDB


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                    Paul Rayner, May 13, 2013 Event page: http://www.meetup.com/ddd-denver/events/100308092/

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                    • Introducing Devcards a visual REPL-like library for ClojureScript


                      from Bruce Hauman / Liked

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                      Devcards is a ClojureScript library that helps developers interactively lift code examples out of their source files into an organized set of cards in the browser. https://github.com/bhauman/devcards

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                      • Emacs Org-mode: Organizing a Scientist's Life and Work


                        from Bastien Guerry / Liked

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                        Check the webpage here: www.nf.mpg.de/orgmode/guest-talk-dominik.html This is a talk presented on February 8th 2010 at the Max Planck Institute for Neurological Research in Cologne, Germany (www.nf.mpg.de). Thanks,…

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                        • emacs-realtime-markdown-viewer test


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