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My Favorite Books of 2014

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In 2014 I read (according to GoodReads) 47 Kindle books and (according to Audible) 101 audible books. This year I read zero books on paper. Here is my short list of the very best: Far from the Tree Ulysses What If? … Continue reading → For the complete article and hyperlinks, please visit my blog at http://JesseLiberty.com

Solved: Shutting down VMWare Workstation Virtual Machines on Windows 10 Tech Preview

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Here’s a quick tip/solution on how to shut down your VMWare Workstation 10 and 11 Virtual Machines if you’re using the Windows 10 Tech Preview (basically all builds, but only tested on 9879). Currently if you’re using Windows 10 Tech Preview as your host operating system and if you’re trying to shut down a VMWare Workstation Virtual Machine you will crash Windows 10, and potentially corrupt your machine and virtual machines. You’ll see a Blue Screen of Death with a DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION exception. I take no credit for this solution, all goes to piccolonicky, who found out the
way to properly shut down the VM’s.  But I share it here so that those who reads this blog (mum?) and suffers from the same issue more easily can find the answer. The whole idea is to fake a system shutdown of your host OS. This can be done by using the Logo Testing Tools for Windows, which contains a small utility called Restart Manager (RMTool.exe). This tool can send a system shutdown signal to a process (identified using the PID), and for a VMWare (vmware-vmx.exe) process it will shut your VM down, properly. This is how...(Read whole news on source site)

Speeding up your AngularJS applications

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In general AngularJS applications are quite fast, specially when compared to more traditional browser based applications that constantly post back to the server. However there are always a few things that will help performance and make an application even faster.   Disabling Debug Data Normally AngularJS adds several things like CSS classes and some scope related properties to DOM elements. This is not really needed to run the application and is really only done to help development tools like Protractor and Batarang. When the application is in production that is not really needed and you can save some overhead by

Structuring Angular with Dan Wahlin

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The Adventures in Angular team gathered to discuss Structuring code in an Angular app on this week’s episode of Adventures in Angular. Join us and special guest Dan Wahlin for this episode as we dive into solid patterns and strategies for working with Angular. You can also read the transcripts on our site. Adventures in Angular Adventures in Angular web page follow the show twitter listen to us on iTunes Every Thursday morning you can join me and our All-Star panel of co-hosts Joe Eames, Aaron Frost, Charles Max Wood, Lukas Ruebbelke, Brian Ford, Misko Hevery for the latest episode

An Origin Story for a DBA Anti-Hero

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If you’re old enough, you may well remember the burst of sheer joy at ripping the wrapping paper from a Christmas gift to reveal a ‘Lone Ranger’ costume. “Who was that masked man?” we imagined our friends gasping, in envy and surprise, as we swaggered out of the room, sporting cowboy hat, silver gun and […]

String Comparisons in SQL: The Longest Common Substring.

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I’ve always wanted a SQL function that tells me the longest substring shared between two strings. As a present to myself, I’ve written one. I hope someone else finds it useful. SQL isn’t particularly good at searching for strings within text. If you prepare things properly by creating inversion tables (inverted indexes), suffix trees  or […]

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