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comment Transport information screens
Have a look at this, experiments into using cheap Chromecast devices for digital signage in a museum: labs.cooperhewitt.org/2013/… Open source as well.
Oct
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revised Are there any statistics that show the popularity of Git versus SVN?
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Oct
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revised Empirical Evidence of Popularity of Git and Mercurial
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answered When did the term “snake case” come into use?
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answered What does “extreme” in “extreme programming” (XP) refers to?
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comment How did the term “hypervisor” come into use?
Not all IBM's technical reports are published in journals. I couldn't find it here -- domino.research.ibm.com/library/cyberdig.nsf/index.html -- but there's an email address.
Apr
29
comment How did the term “hypervisor” come into use?
Here's a full citation: R. Adair, R. Bayles, L. Comeau, and R. Creasy. A virtual machine system for the 360/40. Technical Report 320-2007, IBM Corporation, Cambridge Scientific Center, May 1966.
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answered How did the term “hypervisor” come into use?
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revised Where does the the term “feature creep” come from?
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Jan
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comment Where does the the term “feature creep” come from?
From Google Books, here's a possible 1988 and 1989 feature creep, but they're snippets so the dates could be wrong.
Jan
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answered Where does the the term “feature creep” come from?
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comment Is “frontend” generic term or it is used only in web design?
See also: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/177143/…
Dec
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answered How can I hide confidential data in my open source project?
Nov
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comment How to deal with well-meaning open-source contributors?
@Solo: Certainly. It's also OK to expect/ask the contributor to maintain and fix bugs in their feature, at least until the rest of the team learns that code, and especially for larger commits.