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Lea Verou has been shared in 7 public circles

AuthorFollowersDateUsers in CircleCommentsReshares+1Links
John Robinson0Sharing my circle of Javascript Devs and Influencers... Enjoy!Please Reshare!  Thanks!#circle   #circlesharing   #circleshare   #circleoftheday   #shared   #sharedcircles   #sharedpubliccircles   #sharedcircleoftheday   #sharing   #sharingiscaring   #sharingmeansthankyou2013-08-31 12:28:27446002CC G+
Malte Ubl7,785This is my curated circle of people posting about +JavaScript that I share every once in a while. Adding it should bring quite a bit of color to your stream, but I'm careful not to bring in any spammy people :)I'm super interested in adding more people. Please comment if a significant %age of the content you post is JS related (I check :).2012-08-15 16:07:37280124CC G+
Malte Ubl6,021It is time again to share my hopefully well maintained circle of people who post about JavaScript.Follow them to get some +JavaScript action going on in your stream.Also if you post interesting JS related stuff, please ping me on this thread – but only if you really do, I'll check your stream before circling.2012-06-07 17:24:41251658CC G+
Alexander Becker7,953Designers on Google+Back in the day, when G+ was all new, we created circles by profession or by some other label, in order to classify our incoming reading streams.This proved wrong, because nobody posts consistently and exclusively in exactly one topic. Now, turning this around, we know that designers are interested in design and we can use the circles to narrowcast and direct our posts to those who are potentially interested.Either way, make of that what you like and feel free to suggest some more relevant names. *The concept would work even better, if we had distinct circles for graphic/UI/industrial/3D/... designers.2012-04-26 12:10:051541718CC G+
Daniel Sandstein10,037The Cream of the Crop of March 2012What's this?On +CircleCount everyday some very interesting persons are choosen and recommended. These are persons without hunders of thousands of followers but with a lot of interesting content. You won't find silent people here leading the rankings, but interesting people that are worth to be followed.You can find the Cream of the Crop daily here:http://www.circlecount.com/daily/Past Cream of the Crop circles:February 2012: http://goo.gl/TWYpKJanuary 2012: http://goo.gl/HBdHbDecember 2011: http://goo.gl/RBCpgNovember 2011: http://goo.gl/x6TJkOctober 2011: http://goo.gl/2xVn92012-04-02 07:48:20308503455CC G+
Malte Ubl5,844JSConf starts next Monday and I'm getting really excited! I'm also speaking and as every year will be responsible for keeping the WIFI working (oh dear), so it is time to panic, I guess.As every months (or so) I'm sharing my circle of people posting about JavaScript. Follow and share! Also please comments here if I missed you, but I'll only pick you up for the circle if you really actively post about JS, so no spam please!2012-03-26 17:04:54234356CC G+
Béla Varga0The Big JavaScript FamilyBéla Varga hat einen Kreis mit Ihnen geteilt.2011-10-26 20:05:17239053CC G+

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2012-10-31 16:07:13 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)

So true!

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2012-10-30 11:09:25 (3 comments, 4 reshares, 16 +1s)

Coolest sounding sentence in Wikipedia “Gently push a piece of the tube containing the intersection along the fourth dimension, out of the original three dimensional space.”
from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klein_bottle

2012-10-28 11:01:29 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 9 +1s)

Meanwhile, in the CSS WG f2f (hilarious surreal discussion, although probably not that funny through the Minutes):

[11:47am] <fantasai> Bert: Only algorithm that will give you the optimal answer will be trying all possible layouts
[11:47am] <fantasai> TabAtkins: We just need a definition that gives the correct answer
[11:47am] <fantasai> dbaron: Trying all layouts is not an answer. There are layouts that always overflow
[11:48am] <fantasai> Bert: it's not no overflow, it's minimizing overflow
[11:48am] » sylvaing  "TRY ALL THE LAYOUTS" - Old performance proverb
[11:48am] <fantasai> TabAtkins: Trying all layouts is not a real answer.
[11:48am] <fantasai> dbaron: Brings up question of whether it's NP-complete
[11:48am] » glazou thinks sylvaing is not sick enough to stop trolling ;-)
[11:48am]&l... more »

2012-10-21 03:27:30 (8 comments, 4 reshares, 25 +1s)

“Just because you haven’t personally experienced sexism in IT, doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist”
— Most geek feminists

“I don’t care if you’ve seen women playing the sexism card for undeserved privilege, it doesn’t exist and it NEVER happens you sexist pig!”
— Most geek feminists

Anyone notice the discrepancy?

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2012-05-02 23:39:24 (1 comments, 9 reshares, 36 +1s)

Yet another craziness of CSS. Minesweeper made without JavaScript.

2012-04-16 11:08:55 (5 comments, 36 reshares, 112 +1s)

The open source software cycle:
1. Developer creates simple app
2. Since code is simple and easy to understand, people are eager to contribute
3. App grows more complex with all the new features and bugfixes
4. App's codebase now requires substantial time investment to understand and contribute
5. (Another) developer decides to make their own "simpler" app instead of understanding how the existing one works.
6. GOTO 2

2012-03-27 08:17:45 (17 comments, 55 reshares, 113 +1s)

The various stages of development:
1. Excitement “This is gonna be legendary!”
2. Careful planning. Lots of innovative ideas.
3. Starting to write the code. Still being creative and invested into it, trying to do a good job.
4. Starting to make a few compromises, to finally get some things over with.
5. Developing less new features, spending most time testing & bug squashing. Being increasingly frustrated.
6. Bargaining with your computer (“please, just work and I’ll be nice to you from now on!”)
7. Helplessly banging head on desk.
8. Being utterly sick of even looking at it, i.e. “DEAR FSM/GOD MAKE IT STOP”

Relevant: http://xkcd.com/349/

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2012-02-15 16:53:23 (0 comments, 10 reshares, 23 +1s)

2012-02-07 08:39:51 (17 comments, 2 reshares, 12 +1s)

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2012-01-30 10:57:39 (4 comments, 4 reshares, 14 +1s)

Drublic made this Chrome app for dabblet, cool huh? :)

2012-01-23 08:32:51 (16 comments, 6 reshares, 26 +1s)

A big company contacts me, without me ever applying to them:

—Hey, you’re awesome! We want you to come work with us!
—Umm, not sure but lets talk about it
—So you’re interested a bit, great! Now you have to study about our history, our statistics, what our CEO likes to eat for breakfast, what kind of underwear our CTO prefers to wear oh, and you have to spend a few hours, preferably days to study everything you did at university and then we'll make you jump through hoops about all this, so that we can see if we really want you.
—…why would I do all that when I’m not even sure I want to work there?


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