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  1. DON'T PANIC — Hans Rosling showing the facts about population


    from Gapminder Liked 412K 1,069 11

    MORE INFO HERE: http://goo.gl/PP6lCl HELP TRANSLATE SUBTITLES — http://goo.gl/6xQHDv LICENSE — Please show this film in schools and other educational settings! By watching, downloading,…

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    • Flexible Muscle-Based Locomotion for Bipedal Creatures


      from John Goatstream Liked 1.3M 2,872 60

      We present a control method for simulated bipeds, in which both the muscle routing and control parameters are discovered through optimization. All motion is generated using 3D simulated muscles, and…

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      • [18S03] Finding Black Holes in Ruby with the Small Eigen Collider (en)


        from ogi Liked 96 1 1

        Andrew Grimm / University of New South Wales Fear, uncertainty and doubt stopping you from playing with shiny new rubies? Not sure that they're exactly the same as the one you're currently…

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        • How To Fail With 100% Test Coverage


          from Jason Rudolph Liked 556 3 2

          Presentation by Jason Rudolph at the Raleigh-Area Ruby Brigade on August 19, 2008. ABSTRACT With an expressive language such as Ruby or Groovy and with modern test practices, 100% C0 test coverage…

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          • Hartford.rb 2008.07.28 - Intro / Cheating at RRobots


            from Gregory Brown Liked 111 1 0

            Gregory Brown introduces himself and walks through his evil cheating RRobot. Thanks to Jia Wu for synchronizing audio / slides. You may wish to download slides to follow along, as small code samples…

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            • Sounds and Circles


              from Phil Cooper-King Liked 96 2 0

              I made this to keep my daughter amused. She loves to sit and bash the keyboard, but it generally leaves a trail of untitled folders. This way she can bang away on the keyboard/mouse and everything…

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              • Visualizing Ruby


                from takuma7 Liked 511 11 2

                Ruby Visualization by TaKUMA7. Built with Processing. I hacked Ruby a little bit for this project. When you create a class, a red circle appears. When you define a method of the class, a blue circle…

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                • Lambda and Closure: Horrors of the Computer Science Mythos by Justin Love


                  from ChicagoRuby Liked 498 7 0

                  Lambdas and the related property of closure can be powerful tools, and they lie behind a lot of magic in Ruby (as well as other languages). Unfortunately, these tools are often misunderstood by those…

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                  • Better Ruby through Functional Programming by Dean Wampler


                    from ChicagoRuby Liked 5,177 16 0

                    Functional Programming (FP) has become popular as the most robust way to write concurrent applications. Functional ideas improve code in other ways, like reducing coupling between “elements”…

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                    • [28S06] A Metaprogramming Spell Book


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                      Paolo "Nusco" Perrotta When I started to learn Ruby, I was awed by the code of experienced rubyists. That code was full of amazing magic tricks that I could barely understand. People called…

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                      • Obama Wikipedia page edits


                        from Jamie Wilkinson Liked 29.5K 172 21

                        A visualization of people who've contributed to the Barack Obama page on Wikipedia Users who edit a lot drift toward the center Best watched full-screen in HD! Made using code_swarm: http://vis.cs.ucdavis.edu/~ogawa/codeswarm and…

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                        • ART && CODE Symposium: Hackety Hack, why the lucky stiff


                          from STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Liked 64.6K 463 20

                          hacketyhack.net whytheluckystiff.net artandcode.ning.com why the lucky stiff (or _why) is a computer programmer. His best known work may be Why's (poignant) Guide to Ruby, a book which teaches…

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