Month: July 2017

Lightning is to Visualforce what .NET was to Visual Basic — Sara Has No Limits


When I began my programming career, Visual Basic (version 3.0) was just emerging as a popular alternative for creating Windows-based applications. Ironically, it was a component-based approach to development that brought forth an army of programmers developing third-party components. Programmers could quickly spin up applications by simply dragging and dropping components onto a form design […]

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JavaScript Debugging (Chrome developer tools tips and tricks) — CodeTickle


Link: Chrome DevTools Chrome DevTools Chrome DevTools is a set of authoring, debugging, and profiling tools built into Google Chrome. Note: Many of the DevTools docs are based on Chrome Canary, which provides the latest Chrome features. Open DevTools Select More Tools > Developer Tools from Chrome’s Main Menu. Right-click a page element and select Inspect. Press Command Option I (Mac) or Control Shift I (Windows, Linux). Elements panel Iterate on […]

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Hadoop Ecosystem — Xu Fei’s Blog


7 years ago, the Hadoop ecosystem was under rapid development. Now lots of projects are mature enough and ready for production deployment. Credit to Mercy (Ponnupandy) Beckham Here is my personal pick for you to get start your Hadoop journey. “The Apache Hadoop software library is a framework that allows for the distributed processing of large […]

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Should developers verify their own bug fixes? — punkmiktests


This is my attempt at starting to document this discussion I am having in my life about if developers should check their won bug fixes? In my previous job, we worked very differently to how the teams I work in now work. Not only because my previous teams worked in Continuous deployment and delivery compared […]

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Using Conditional Formatting in #Excel to Highlight the N Closest Values to the Mean of a Range by David Hager — Excel For You


Conditional Formatting (CF) is one of the most powerful tools in Excel for visualizing data. Because CF can use formulas as input to the CF process, the ability to create formulas based on different data visualization requirements is important. In this demonstration, the goal is to highlight values in a numeric range that are […]

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6 things you should absolutely know how to do in Excel — Kopitiam Bot


(Source: http://www.businessinsider.com) When it comes to Excel, there isn’t much middle ground. You have people who absolutely love it and will sing the praises of spreadsheets all day. And, then you have the people who absolutely detest it. They’d rather lock themselves in a phone booth full of mosquitos than have to go cross-eyed looking […]

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Conditional Formatting Gem in #Excel: Highlight the N Closest Values to the Mean of a Range in a Filtered List by David Hager — Excel For You


I am extending the closest value technique I published recently to calculate the same based on a filtered list. https://dhexcel1.wordpress.com/2017/07/04/using-conditional-formatting-in-excel-to-highlight-the-n-closest-values-to-the-mean-of-a-range-by-david-hager/ In this demonstration, the goal is to highlight values in a numeric range that are clostest to the average of that range in a filtered list. So, we first make the range dynamic with […]

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