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  1. An example of animation style

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    This particular version shows a relatively restrained use of animation. There are more bullet lists than usual. I'm wondering what I use so much animation.

  2. A Preview of autotest in Midje 1.5

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    Midje 1.5 will come with an in-repl "autotest" function that reloads files when they change or when files they depend on change. It will also be available via `lein midje`. This video explains…

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    • Midje 1.5 features

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      Configuration files, in-rep documentation and guides, repo tools.

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      • XP2011 Keynote: Rage Against the Power Law

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        Oddball descriptions of how Agile projects work. Suggestions for how Agile teams can survive in a hostile environment. * Agile projects as gift economies. "Business value" as a boundary…

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        • How Science Works, Applied to Software Craftsmanship, Part 2: OncoMouse™ and Octocat!

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          Why does science work so well? I claim (following Ian Hacking), it's because of the experimentalist tradition of ever finer and better control of matter. The three pillars of that tradition are…

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          • How Science Works, Applied to the Spread of Software Craftsmanship. Part 1: Persuasion

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            Scientists make big career bets on things like Newtonian gravitation, general relativity, the germ theory of disease, proto-oncogenes, and the like. What persuades them to do so? Would the same persuasive…

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            • Three Functional Ideas for Ruby

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              After 18+ months of Clojure, I'm returning to Ruby programming. I'm bringing three ideas with me: 1. Prefer basic types (Hashes) to custom classes. (Classes and modules are still useful…

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              • Some Thoughts on Classes After 18 Months of Clojure

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                I have a larger talk on how Clojure has affected my Ruby programming. This talk has some overlap with that, but it contains material I threw out of the larger talk. Because I'm not going to…

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                • critter4us intro

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                  The basic operation of critter4us

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                  • Adding and viewing notes in Critter4us

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                    This shows how you can add a note after you add a reservation. It also shows how you can view a note and also change it.

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                    • Monad Tutorial, Part 4 (State Monad, Parts of a Monad)

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                      I start with writing a logging monad. I then mutate it into a version of the State monad specialized for logging. I finish with the key parts of the monad and what they do. If this video is successful,…

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                      • Monad Tutorial, Part 3 (Sequence monad and patcher functions)

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                        How the sequence monad works. The need for a "patcher" function to fix up results of the last function called by a chain of deciders. A better description of a monad: a decider and a patcher.

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