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ThoughtWorks5,932Join us Wednesday, June 4th for our final hangout  w/@martinfowler, @kentbeck&@dhh. This final hangout will be a double episode (1hr) featuring a Q&A session as well as final thoughts. https://plus.google.com/u/1/b/102046517467703229044/events/cco30ri6dpkej4h4d8mejmat98o "TDD as One True Way" versus "TDD as devil-spawned tempter" is not a productive contrast. Most of us have similar goals for development: confidence, impact, challenge, belonging. Test-driven development is one path toward these goals, but there are many other paths. This conversation in six parts explores tradeoffs in development, places TDD in those tradeoffs, and gives you perspective with which you can decide for yourself how you want to program. Speakers: Martin Fowler Kent Beck David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH)Is TDD dead?2014-05-09 17:00:006866  
Google Developers2,066,954Google I/O is an annual developer conference featuring highly technical, in-depth sessions, and showcasing the latest from Google's product teams and partners.Google I/O 20132013-05-14 23:00:005060  
Android Developers730,425Join @111169963967137030210  and @112600205125796554588  as they discuss this week's topic: the exciting and competitive world of Podcast Players. Have you ever said to yourself, "gee, I wish I could play some killer podcasts on my Android device," and then downloaded some random podcast player, only to be bitterly disappointed? Us too! Do us a favor and suggest some really good podcast apps on our page at https://developers.google.com/live/shows/ahNzfmdvb2dsZS1kZXZlbG9wZXJzcg4LEgVFdmVudBiMqagDDA/. Scroll down to the bottom to see the voting area. The Friday App Clinic: Podcast Players2012-08-10 22:00:0088  

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2015-06-29 19:28:37 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

I am curious about how this unfolds. Crazyhouse.
"Google, backed by +Yahoo, +Red Hat​, and +HP​, has argued granting Oracle's code copyright protection will prevent developers from building on top of past software innovations."
"+Oracle, backed by Microsoft, EMC, and NetApp, has accused Google of plagiarizing its code."



Most reshares: 12

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2015-06-30 10:35:17 (5 comments, 12 reshares, 33 +1s)Open 

No more EU roaming charges!!!

Finally, travelling across borders in the European Union will be the same as travelling across borders in the United States...no longer paying $50 per YouTube clip because you took a 1 hour train ride.

Roaming charges end in June 2017. Until then, there's Three.
http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-15-5265_en.htm

Most plusones: 33

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2015-06-30 10:35:17 (5 comments, 12 reshares, 33 +1s)Open 

No more EU roaming charges!!!

Finally, travelling across borders in the European Union will be the same as travelling across borders in the United States...no longer paying $50 per YouTube clip because you took a 1 hour train ride.

Roaming charges end in June 2017. Until then, there's Three.
http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-15-5265_en.htm

Latest 50 posts

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2015-07-02 09:15:19 (2 comments, 4 reshares, 24 +1s)Open 

Wait, it's both!

Clever___Wait, it's both!

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2015-07-02 08:50:09 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 11 +1s)Open 

Onion: Subtitles in Jurassic World would lend depth to reptilian characters, helping us empathise with their experiences and providing insights into where they have came from.

http://www.theonion.com/video/onion-reviews-jurassic-world-50640

Onion: Subtitles in Jurassic World would lend depth to reptilian characters, helping us empathise with their experiences and providing insights into where they have came from.

http://www.theonion.com/video/onion-reviews-jurassic-world-50640___

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2015-07-01 19:09:21 (1 comments, 4 reshares, 17 +1s)Open 

This will do as a portable battlestation until VR coding is practical

New product adds two screens to your laptop!

Who wants this? 

https://www.facebook.com/slidenjoy

http://www.slidenjoy.com/campagne-kickstarter/___This will do as a portable battlestation until VR coding is practical

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2015-07-01 09:14:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Time to bounce a Linode has dropped from 22 seconds to 8 seconds after the free KVM upgrade!

(They replaced Xen hypervisor with KVM, which is supposed to deliver big performance improvements overall.)

Time to bounce a Linode has dropped from 22 seconds to 8 seconds after the free KVM upgrade!

(They replaced Xen hypervisor with KVM, which is supposed to deliver big performance improvements overall.)___

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2015-06-30 15:36:04 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Cool trick to show next event in tmux status bar.
via https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=9803183

Cool trick to show next event in tmux status bar.
via https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=9803183___

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2015-06-30 10:35:17 (5 comments, 12 reshares, 33 +1s)Open 

No more EU roaming charges!!!

Finally, travelling across borders in the European Union will be the same as travelling across borders in the United States...no longer paying $50 per YouTube clip because you took a 1 hour train ride.

Roaming charges end in June 2017. Until then, there's Three.
http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-15-5265_en.htm

No more EU roaming charges!!!

Finally, travelling across borders in the European Union will be the same as travelling across borders in the United States...no longer paying $50 per YouTube clip because you took a 1 hour train ride.

Roaming charges end in June 2017. Until then, there's Three.
http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-15-5265_en.htm___

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2015-06-30 07:49:50 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Awesome!

Those of us paying for Apps also get to use Inbox now.

Awesome!

Those of us paying for Apps also get to use Inbox now.___

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2015-06-29 20:15:24 (5 comments, 1 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

I hope this is true ... very sensible to offer a more affordable flagship in the popular 5" form factor.

I hope this is true ... very sensible to offer a more affordable flagship in the popular 5" form factor.___

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2015-06-29 19:28:37 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

A good decision if you want to make APIs inconsistent and hard to learn.

I am curious about how this unfolds. Crazyhouse.
"Google, backed by +Yahoo, +Red Hat​, and +HP​, has argued granting Oracle's code copyright protection will prevent developers from building on top of past software innovations."
"+Oracle, backed by Microsoft, EMC, and NetApp, has accused Google of plagiarizing its code."

___A good decision if you want to make APIs inconsistent and hard to learn.

2015-06-29 18:56:19 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

I have a large site and removed lots of irrelevant pages for good. Should I return 404 or 410? What's better for my "crawl budget"? (more from the depths of my inbox)

The 410 ("Gone") HTTP result code is a clearer sign that these pages are gone for good, and generally Google will drop those pages from the index a tiny bit faster. However, 404 vs 410 doesn't affect the recrawl rate: we'll still occasionally check to see if these pages are still gone, espectially when we spot a new link to them.  

In practice, I doubt you'll see a noticable difference at all between 404 and 410, so while it's great to use 410 in situations where you're sure, with regards to Google search, it's not worth spending too much time on that decision or on its implementation. 

I have a large site and removed lots of irrelevant pages for good. Should I return 404 or 410? What's better for my "crawl budget"? (more from the depths of my inbox)

The 410 ("Gone") HTTP result code is a clearer sign that these pages are gone for good, and generally Google will drop those pages from the index a tiny bit faster. However, 404 vs 410 doesn't affect the recrawl rate: we'll still occasionally check to see if these pages are still gone, espectially when we spot a new link to them.  

In practice, I doubt you'll see a noticable difference at all between 404 and 410, so while it's great to use 410 in situations where you're sure, with regards to Google search, it's not worth spending too much time on that decision or on its implementation. ___

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2015-06-29 10:24:50 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

https://t.co/NvwBrd5Wzt

https://t.co/NvwBrd5Wzt___

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2015-06-27 11:34:46 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

It's not every day you see +Reto Meier - or a compiler - on the top of TechMeme.

It's not every day you see +Reto Meier - or a compiler - on the top of TechMeme.___

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2015-06-26 16:31:40 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

For those who saw me tweeting about Github's Camo proxy the other day, that's what this is using. It uses Camo to serve non-SSL content as SSL.

Player FM now embeds a player inside shared podcast links. (https://twitter.com/playerfm/status/614461224277909504).

I'm aware some podcasters want to do the same for their own sites; let me know if interested and I can write some notes on what's involved in adding it to your site and getting it approved by Twitter.___For those who saw me tweeting about Github's Camo proxy the other day, that's what this is using. It uses Camo to serve non-SSL content as SSL.

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2015-06-26 16:13:38 (1 comments, 4 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Player FM now embeds a player inside shared podcast links. (https://twitter.com/playerfm/status/614461224277909504).

I'm aware some podcasters want to do the same for their own sites; let me know if interested and I can write some notes on what's involved in adding it to your site and getting it approved by Twitter.

Player FM now embeds a player inside shared podcast links. (https://twitter.com/playerfm/status/614461224277909504).

I'm aware some podcasters want to do the same for their own sites; let me know if interested and I can write some notes on what's involved in adding it to your site and getting it approved by Twitter.___

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2015-06-23 22:42:32 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Retro side-scrolling platform design ... in a Bloomberg economics feature about +Paul krugman.

#NoReally  

http://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2015-krugman-battles-austerians/

Retro side-scrolling platform design ... in a Bloomberg economics feature about +Paul krugman.

#NoReally  

http://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2015-krugman-battles-austerians/___

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2015-06-23 20:18:07 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

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2015-06-23 10:42:30 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Zotac looks good for a cheap and powerful desktop Linux box.

They're the same people making a high-end Steam box later this year (http://store.steampowered.com/app/353530/).

via +Stuart Langridge's thread
https://plus.google.com/u/0/+StuartLangridge/posts/LmP6X1na6RX

Zotac looks good for a cheap and powerful desktop Linux box.

They're the same people making a high-end Steam box later this year (http://store.steampowered.com/app/353530/).

via +Stuart Langridge's thread
https://plus.google.com/u/0/+StuartLangridge/posts/LmP6X1na6RX___

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2015-06-23 09:30:23 (2 comments, 6 reshares, 33 +1s)Open 

Chrome Custom Tabs: First Impressions

A new feature of Android M, well not really it's a Chrome feature but it's generally seen as living in the land of Milkshakes and Marshmallows, is Chrome custom tabs. Better than apps using their own webview because it's the normal browser with the user's cache and cookies intact. Better than apps launching the browser normally because that's slow and a jump out of context.

Here is some feedback after making links in episode shownotes open using Chrome custom tabs, in a custom +Player FM build.


Good

* Opens fast, DNS prefetch seems to work.

* Can choose background color dynamically. Since episode toolbars already match the publisher's artwork, the custom tab color can match it too.

* Can provide a custom icon, ie a play button to play the episode that spawned... more »

Chrome Custom Tabs: First Impressions

A new feature of Android M, well not really it's a Chrome feature but it's generally seen as living in the land of Milkshakes and Marshmallows, is Chrome custom tabs. Better than apps using their own webview because it's the normal browser with the user's cache and cookies intact. Better than apps launching the browser normally because that's slow and a jump out of context.

Here is some feedback after making links in episode shownotes open using Chrome custom tabs, in a custom +Player FM build.


Good

* Opens fast, DNS prefetch seems to work.

* Can choose background color dynamically. Since episode toolbars already match the publisher's artwork, the custom tab color can match it too.

* Can provide a custom icon, ie a play button to play the episode that spawned this link.

Could do with more flexibility

* Choose the title. The title is added dynamically based on the content (link text and current web page), but I'd want it to be the object that spawned this. Usually the action icon refers to the Android screen that spawned the web page, not the web page you're looking at.

* Change the icon dynamically. In the example below, it'd be nice if play could be switched to pause once it's playing. I imagine Pinterest would want "Pin It" to become "Pinned" once clicked. Even more wishful, if the app could control this in case an external event changes what the icon's state should be.

* Icon color to be set automatically, as with everything else in the toolbar. Icon color is based on the provided icon image, but would be good if there was an option to make it match everything else in the toolbar (ie it's white below; should be dark).___

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2015-06-22 16:38:27 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

The Forgotten Story Of The Original IPhone Released In 1998 by Internet History Podcast
https://player.fm/1SNRua

The Forgotten Story Of The Original IPhone Released In 1998 by Internet History Podcast
https://player.fm/1SNRua___

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2015-06-19 09:43:46 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Trying to figure out if custom tab icon can changed.

Trying to figure out if custom tab icon can changed.___

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2015-06-18 17:41:30 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Happy Cathursday!

Happy Cathursday!___

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2015-06-18 11:21:13 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Play talk at #campuslondon ...

Nicely focusing on the needs of developers.

Play talk at #campuslondon ...

Nicely focusing on the needs of developers.___

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2015-06-18 10:10:27 (1 comments, 12 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Trippy from Google Research: Generating images by inverting image detection
http://googleresearch.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/inceptionism-going-deeper-into-neural.html

Trippy from Google Research: Generating images by inverting image detection
http://googleresearch.blogspot.co.uk/2015/06/inceptionism-going-deeper-into-neural.html___

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2015-06-16 08:03:32 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Wait But Why is rather awesome writing, reminds me of Steve Yegge. This series is well worth reading, as Elon Musk invited the writer to cover each of Musk's ventures, with exclusive access to interview Musk and his teams.

It's not commissioned by Musk, but rather a free invite as they felt Wait But Why could articulate what's going on better than most.

I occasionally will write a long article. This article is, I have to say, longer than even what I would write. But it explains a tremendous number of really important things extremely clearly: power production and use, the history of cars, how these things all fit together, and how Tesla is trying to change that. There's no way I could give you a useful short summary, because the point of this article is that, by the time you're done reading it, you'll understand all of the things well enough that you can join in very serious conversations about them.

So don't feel compelled to read this at one sitting -- but this is an article you may want to bookmark, and read bit by bit, because by the time you reach the end, you'll have learned a lot.___Wait But Why is rather awesome writing, reminds me of Steve Yegge. This series is well worth reading, as Elon Musk invited the writer to cover each of Musk's ventures, with exclusive access to interview Musk and his teams.

It's not commissioned by Musk, but rather a free invite as they felt Wait But Why could articulate what's going on better than most.

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2015-06-15 14:06:02 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Android Design Support Lib Sample App
For those of you who were as excited to see the new Design Support Lib that Google released on I/O,  helping developers build great android apps, you are probably going to like this one. One of our GDG Leads in Zürich, +Patrice Müller built an awesome sample app to help you get started: https://github.com/swissonid/android-design-support-lib-sample

Android Design Support Lib Sample App
For those of you who were as excited to see the new Design Support Lib that Google released on I/O,  helping developers build great android apps, you are probably going to like this one. One of our GDG Leads in Zürich, +Patrice Müller built an awesome sample app to help you get started: https://github.com/swissonid/android-design-support-lib-sample___

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2015-06-15 02:54:51 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

360° lap of Le Mans

360° lap of Le Mans___

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2015-06-15 02:53:42 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

There's still a long way to go for web components, a technology which really turbo boosts development and reuse.

It seems the major challenge for web components has been difficulty creating polyfills to plug the gap while such an ambitious web upgrade is progressed to a standard. Recent work on Shady DOM helps to make them more performant, though I've still seen questions about its iOS performance.

The good news is it looks look like Mozilla and MS post-Edge will be on board with less stringent requirements to redesign the whole thing like Safari is pushing for.

Here's a great explanation about the state of Web Components by +Wilson Page

https://hacks.mozilla.org/2015/06/the-state-of-web-components/___There's still a long way to go for web components, a technology which really turbo boosts development and reuse.

It seems the major challenge for web components has been difficulty creating polyfills to plug the gap while such an ambitious web upgrade is progressed to a standard. Recent work on Shady DOM helps to make them more performant, though I've still seen questions about its iOS performance.

The good news is it looks look like Mozilla and MS post-Edge will be on board with less stringent requirements to redesign the whole thing like Safari is pushing for.

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2015-06-12 10:35:10 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Oh the life...

The other day, I rediscovered Web Components and Shadow Dom. I come back to read more, so now I have to get a grasp of Shady Dom on/vs Shadow Dom. Learning, and it's never ending! 

Apparently, when I make my sketch-notes public, the reader is also seeing the way I think and remember "stuff". Sorry. (No, I'm not Canadian, but somedays I wish I was.) Sorry, because sometimes it only makes sense to me.

Resources:
(1) https://www.polymer-project.org/1.0/articles/shadydom.html

Oh the life...

The other day, I rediscovered Web Components and Shadow Dom. I come back to read more, so now I have to get a grasp of Shady Dom on/vs Shadow Dom. Learning, and it's never ending! 

Apparently, when I make my sketch-notes public, the reader is also seeing the way I think and remember "stuff". Sorry. (No, I'm not Canadian, but somedays I wish I was.) Sorry, because sometimes it only makes sense to me.

Resources:
(1) https://www.polymer-project.org/1.0/articles/shadydom.html___

2015-06-11 17:28:56 (6 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Can anyone explain why my Nexus 5 doesn't work in UK (on Three), but roams fine on the same SIM in US under AT&T + TMobile?

In UK, it recognises Three in networks but says it can't connect :|.

Can anyone explain why my Nexus 5 doesn't work in UK (on Three), but roams fine on the same SIM in US under AT&T + TMobile?

In UK, it recognises Three in networks but says it can't connect :|.___

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2015-06-10 16:06:47 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Excellent, funny, FAQ for a 37-line shell script from +Joe Walnes.

Excellent, funny, FAQ for a 37-line shell script from +Joe Walnes.___

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2015-06-10 15:31:56 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Andtoid M overview for developers

Listening to Episode 29: Tor vs. Chet by Android Developers Backstage
https://player.fm/1RnrKR

Andtoid M overview for developers

Listening to Episode 29: Tor vs. Chet by Android Developers Backstage
https://player.fm/1RnrKR___

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2015-06-10 07:15:40 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

I have become a fan too after hearing their drone episode. Now would be a good time to listen after IO and WWDC.

Exponent https://player.fm/series/exponent is easily my favourite podcast. The two guests challenge and change each other's thoughts.___I have become a fan too after hearing their drone episode. Now would be a good time to listen after IO and WWDC.

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2015-06-10 04:08:42 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

is-online - Check if you're online
From the command-line, Node.js and the browser
https://github.com/sindresorhus/is-online

is-online - Check if you're online
From the command-line, Node.js and the browser
https://github.com/sindresorhus/is-online___

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2015-06-08 22:11:59 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Getting some superb insights today.

Getting some superb insights today.___

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2015-06-07 18:47:35 (4 comments, 2 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Fwiw requiring users to upgrade to latest version is actually the compete opposite of Microsoft.

Remember when Apple would advertise it was safer than Windows? [Or when Cook described Android as "toxic hellstew of vulnerabilities."] No more. Apple is now where Microsoft was a decade ago.

FTA:
Updates are only for the latest software. If you're still using old versions of the Mac operating system, Apple has forsaken you.

For example, Apple patched a serious vulnerability in April -- but only for its latest version, Yosemite. That means it left behind 47% of its users, those who use the operating systems Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Lion, and Snow Leopard, according to industry figures gathered by Net Market Share.

Apple's defense? Customers can upgrade to the latest version for free. That's true, but not entirely fair. Some older laptops can't handle the latest software.___Fwiw requiring users to upgrade to latest version is actually the compete opposite of Microsoft.

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2015-06-06 17:24:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

As you may know already¹, Auto Update for managed Chrome devices use, when possible, a peer-to-peer network that reduces Internet bandwidth and allows faster update from nearby devices. That's pretty cool but there's sadly nothing we can see. That's why I've quickly coded a Chrome App that gives me a detailed view of all Chrome OS P2P Cached Updates available in my local network.

It leverages the new chrome.mdns² API to discover file updates advertised via a DNS-SD service. Have a look at Chromium OS P2P documentation³ to understand how this works.

As usual, source code is quite simple. Pure logic holds in less than 10 Javascript lines of code and is available⁴ on GitHub for everyone.

Last but not least, you can also manually enable P2P System Updates on your non managed chrome device by simply opening a Shell with <Ctrl>+<Alt>+T andente... more »

As you may know already¹, Auto Update for managed Chrome devices use, when possible, a peer-to-peer network that reduces Internet bandwidth and allows faster update from nearby devices. That's pretty cool but there's sadly nothing we can see. That's why I've quickly coded a Chrome App that gives me a detailed view of all Chrome OS P2P Cached Updates available in my local network.

It leverages the new chrome.mdns² API to discover file updates advertised via a DNS-SD service. Have a look at Chromium OS P2P documentation³ to understand how this works.

As usual, source code is quite simple. Pure logic holds in less than 10 Javascript lines of code and is available⁴ on GitHub for everyone.

Last but not least, you can also manually enable P2P System Updates on your non managed chrome device by simply opening a Shell with <Ctrl>+<Alt>+T and entering "p2p_update enable". As you guessed it, "p2p_update disable" will disable P2P System Updates. 

Chrome OS P2P Updates Chrome App is available now on the Chrome Web Store at https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/hhhfapgdnelmcieoeldcpipdjfebgcfg

¹ https://support.google.com/chrome/a/answer/3168106?hl=en ² http://cs.chromium.org/mdns.idl ³ https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromiumos/platform2/+/master/p2p/README
⁴ https://github.com/beaufortfrancois/cros-p2p-chrome-app___

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2015-06-04 16:57:29 (7 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Maybe I'm missing something, but seems the developer console hasn't caught up with custom URLs for Google+ pages.

This setting is at the bottom of https://console.developers.google.com > APIs & Auth > Consent Screen

Maybe I'm missing something, but seems the developer console hasn't caught up with custom URLs for Google+ pages.

This setting is at the bottom of https://console.developers.google.com > APIs & Auth > Consent Screen___

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2015-06-01 03:36:08 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

New in Android: Sketchnote

https://twitter.com/corey_latislaw/status/604029411281633280

New in Android: Sketchnote

https://twitter.com/corey_latislaw/status/604029411281633280___

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2015-05-30 22:19:13 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

Every. Episode. Ever.

(in 10 minutes)

Every. Episode. Ever.

(in 10 minutes)___

2015-05-30 21:31:35 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Google's Many Marketplaces

Crowdsourced with thanks to +Paul Kinlan +Eiji Kitamura +Alex Willmer +Jason Salas

Add any others here: https://github.com/mahemoff/marketplaces/wiki/Google-Marketplaces

FOR CONSUMERS

Play
Chrome Web Store Formerly extensions gallery
Android TV (the apps available on TV and their install state are essentially independent of Play)
Glassware
Hangouts Apps

FOR BUSINESSES

Google Apps marketplace
Google Docs templates
Google Docs add-ons Formerly apps scripts gallery

FOR DEVELOPERS AND ONLINE SERVICE PROVIDERS

Analytics Partner Services and Technologies
Google Code (shutting down in 2016)
Google Cloud Technology and Service Partners
Chrome Experiments

Google's Many Marketplaces

Crowdsourced with thanks to +Paul Kinlan +Eiji Kitamura +Alex Willmer +Jason Salas

Add any others here: https://github.com/mahemoff/marketplaces/wiki/Google-Marketplaces

FOR CONSUMERS

Play
Chrome Web Store Formerly extensions gallery
Android TV (the apps available on TV and their install state are essentially independent of Play)
Glassware
Hangouts Apps

FOR BUSINESSES

Google Apps marketplace
Google Docs templates
Google Docs add-ons Formerly apps scripts gallery

FOR DEVELOPERS AND ONLINE SERVICE PROVIDERS

Analytics Partner Services and Technologies
Google Code (shutting down in 2016)
Google Cloud Technology and Service Partners
Chrome Experiments___

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2015-05-30 18:52:18 (4 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Android M Highlights

On-demand permissions, app linking, doze state ...

Android M Highlights

On-demand permissions, app linking, doze state ...___

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2015-05-29 13:40:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Following +Adnan Begovic post https://plus.google.com/+AdnanBegovic/posts/a81bJMYXgwq, I enabled the Multi-window capability on Android M first preview, running here on a Nexus 9.

Hopefully, Google engineers will succeed to complete the implementation of this feature for the final release of Android M.
Today, it is experimental and unstable enough that they kept it hidden by default.
It wasn't mentioned at all during any keynote either.

Enabling the feature requires to switch the build type in build.prop to userdebug instead of user
I did that manually after fastboot booting twrp, but an easier alternative should be to flash this update.zip by sithrebel15
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9HiM4NgW9A2QkFxSjEzZzV1dTQ/view?usp=sharing

Teamwin recovery: https://twrp.me/Devices/

Following +Adnan Begovic post https://plus.google.com/+AdnanBegovic/posts/a81bJMYXgwq, I enabled the Multi-window capability on Android M first preview, running here on a Nexus 9.

Hopefully, Google engineers will succeed to complete the implementation of this feature for the final release of Android M.
Today, it is experimental and unstable enough that they kept it hidden by default.
It wasn't mentioned at all during any keynote either.

Enabling the feature requires to switch the build type in build.prop to userdebug instead of user
I did that manually after fastboot booting twrp, but an easier alternative should be to flash this update.zip by sithrebel15
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9HiM4NgW9A2QkFxSjEzZzV1dTQ/view?usp=sharing

Teamwin recovery: https://twrp.me/Devices/___

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2015-05-28 21:31:07 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Dat countdown
#io15

Dat countdown
#io15___

2015-05-27 23:59:38 (7 comments, 3 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

App deep linking with goo.gl - Google Developers Blog http://nzzl.us/fc7G7Vr

How is it different from using your own domain?

App deep linking with goo.gl - Google Developers Blog http://nzzl.us/fc7G7Vr

How is it different from using your own domain?___

2015-05-26 22:19:56 (5 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Interesting overview on JS frameworks and magic; worth reading the comments here if you're in the market for one.

Looking at single-page-app frameworks and not keen on any of them. The list at http://todomvc.com/ has a bunch, and I think I've rejected them all -- I concede that some of these reasons are just flat-out prejudice or reasonably baseless bad feelings or seem pretty trivial to whoever's reading, so this is your chance to talk me into something you think is good and show me why my bad feelings are unjustified or wrong.

What I'd like is two-way data binding, routing, and some notion of making separate isolated components. I don't have a pure REST put/delete/get API to back end onto, and I do not want a "framework" which has as a selling point that you can switch different routing or template components in and out; if I'm assembling my own preferences out of bits, then I won't use a framework at all; I'll stitch them together myself. The point of using a framework is exactly that it does everything, and I'm OK with using the framework's methods to do X, Y, and Z, rather than cursing because I want to use a different routing library. I am a large believer in identifying the approach that a particular tool takes, and not using the tool if what you want to do doesn't match that approach, even if it's possible to use the tool in ways other than its expected that you will. Every time I've done this in the past I've ended up being burned by it. The thing I want is to identify something which wants to do the things I plan, and then use it; not to find something which doesn't want to work that way and then make it work that way instead.

So, convince me I'm wrong on your preferred choice from this list, or mention something I don't know about. And yes, I could write my own, but I'm massively resistant to that because that just makes the another-day-another-framework problem even worse.

There is one non-negotiable rule: JavaScript. No other languages which compile to JavaScript. I don't mind things like React's JSX, because that's being used to write HTML (although I'm not sure about it), but no Coffeescript libraries, please.

Backbone.js - also requires underscore and jquery. Some ideal thing for this really ought to be self-contained. Concerned about "is pre-configured to sync with a RESTful API" too, and I have to plug in my own choice of templating library.
AngularJS - used it in the past for things. It makes me sad. There's too much magic; it's fine until something doesn't work, and then you have to reverse-engineer all the magic.
Ember.js - is massive and confuses the hell out of me. I did a bit of hacking on Discourse, which is Ember, and it took me about a day just to work out how to change the simplest thing.
KnockoutJS - seems way, way verbose. `function AppViewModel() { this.firstName = ko.observable("Bert"); this.fullName = ko.computed(function() { ... }, this); } ko.applyBindings(new AppViewModel());`, seriously? Gnah. I hate that.
Dojo - old. I never liked it the first time around, really, and I have the feeling that the zeitgeist has not gone with it
YUI - old, and pretty much abandoned upstream afaik. Used it at Canonical; "aspect-oriented programming" is basically computed COME FROM from Intercal, which puts invisible trapdoors in your code so following the thread of control is hell on legs.
Knockback.js - builds on Knockout, so see knockout
CanJS - models stuff seems specifically designed to back end to a put/get/delete rest API, which I don't have.
Polymer - seems like it may be ropy on iOS. Also, it has a nice big library of pre-built components, which is great, but they're all Material Design components, which is not great at all; I'm not putting an Android-themed app on other platforms, for the same reason I wouldn't put an app which looks like iOS on Android.
React - I fear React. It seems to be the popular thing, but it's very much a thing where one steps out of the world and into the React World instead. Have spoken to a number of people using it for real projects and I don't like the idea of it.
Mithril - I utterly utterly do not understand the `m.prop` stuff. I don't know whether the docs explain it badly or I'm just not getting it, but I completely cannot grasp the Zen of Mithril. Shame, because it looks cool, if I could get it, which I can't.
Ampersand - I'm in two minds about the "it's a zillion small libraries" thing. More to the point, I have no sense of how to structure the overall application; individual bits I can see how to do, but I don't have a good sense of how to put it together
Flight - I'm not sure this is the right thing for new apps. For restructuring an existing thing, I think it'd be good, but I'm building from scratch.
Vue.js - doesn't do routing or provide large-scale structure; they have some notes saying "hey, that means you can do it your way" which I don't want to do
MarionetteJS - depends on Backbone, so see Backbone.
TroopJS + RequireJS - lots of dependencies. I do not get how to actually structure an application with it, and the docs are not helpful at this.

I wish I were happy about any of these. I hope I'm wrong and there's either something I've missed or a framework I don't know about. Speak on, readers.___Interesting overview on JS frameworks and magic; worth reading the comments here if you're in the market for one.

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2015-05-23 21:32:39 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Quality Eurovision doodle.

Quality Eurovision doodle.___

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2015-05-23 01:24:22 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

The confectionary tantrums.
Brace yourself.
They're coming.

Soon, Google will announce which devices are and aren't getting M, and then affected Nexus users are going to be all like...

#pixelpushing  ___The confectionary tantrums.
Brace yourself.
They're coming.

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2015-05-22 10:03:40 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

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2015-05-22 08:11:26 (6 comments, 3 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

#LifeHacks   #SecurityTips  

Good trick with the crystals and that. Does it work for human viruses too?

wat___ #LifeHacks   #SecurityTips  

Good trick with the crystals and that. Does it work for human viruses too?

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2015-05-21 06:45:48 (0 comments, 7 reshares, 20 +1s)Open 

The story of Pixels

The story of Pixels___

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