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Having Our Cake and Eating It: end-to-end functional tests that can run in milliseconds // Speaker Deck
Slides from my #CukeUp talk: "Having Our Cake and Eating It: end-to-end functional tests that can run in millisecs" https://t.co/BMRElujyxv
– Nat Pryce (natpryce) http://twitter.com/natpryce/status/878289755590582273
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Cloud Migrations, Highly Regulated Environments, and Making Work Visible: DOES17 London Day Two
My latest @InfoQ news: "Cloud Migrations, Highly Regulated Environments, and Making Work Visible: @DOES_EUR Day Two" https://t.co/k5P47P97El
– Daniel Bryant (danielbryantuk) http://twitter.com/danielbryantuk/status/878271087204638722
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Event sourcing visualizations using #D3js and reactive streams in @ProjectReactor is basically amazing. https://t.co/aYE7Ey02Pd
– Kenny Bastani (kennybastani) http://twitter.com/kennybastani/status/878216696162639873
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Cllr @vidagoldstein said there will be demonstrations and demands for more loos for women at Cambridge North statio… https://t.co/HbyrQETgXK
– Richard Taylor (RTaylorUK) http://twitter.com/RTaylorUK/status/878212427896074241
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Do You Really Know Your Response Times?
“Do You Really Know Your Response Times?” by Daniel Rolls, Senior Developer @SkyUK #qconlondon 2017 live on @infoq https://t.co/LRNWFaVrBv
– QCon London (qconlondon) http://twitter.com/qconlondon/status/878199709990612993
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Whether ironic or genuine, I don't care. Brilliant. https://t.co/tvjOqwa6uU
– Mike Galsworthy (mikegalsworthy) http://twitter.com/mikegalsworthy/status/878196778436358144
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Finding Women in Horror and Weird Fiction | J. T. Glover
Lately I’ve seen lots of “there are no women in horror”/”why are there no women in horror?”/”go read women in horror” around social media, and I thought that I would -engage in serious mansplaining- offer some tips on finding historical and current horror/weird fiction by female authors. Helping people find information is the sort of thing I do all day long, specifically helping people conduct research in the humanities, so hopefully this will be helpful to someone out there. I’ve divided it up into “Basic” and “Advanced” sections, to help people who are new to researching authors and to help people who are somewhat experienced in researching authors.
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yesterday by laurenipsum
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Horse-riding librarians were the Great Depression's bookmobiles https://t.co/01TSM60XDU
– Smithsonian Magazine (SmithsonianMag) http://twitter.com/SmithsonianMag/status/877987102524395520
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That empty space on the left of the cursor. It's killing me! https://t.co/mIvMIsqpiF
– Hadi Hariri (hhariri) http://twitter.com/hhariri/status/877970879166070784
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Coffin Hill: horror comic that mixes HP Lovecraft with black eyeliner / Boing Boing
Coffin Hill: horror comic that mixes HP Lovecraft with black eyeliner #3yrsago
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2 days ago by cschrader
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Famous last words in tech: I'm going to roll my own. You're setting yourself up for tragedy. - @kelseyhightower… https://t.co/pv2zlKYvrT
– Mark Imbriaco (markimbriaco) http://twitter.com/markimbriaco/status/877919129587523585
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2 days ago by eeichinger
Pablo Escobar's Hitman - Popeye (2017) Popeye has confessed to 250 killings and only given 30 years of jail time due to Columbia's maximum sentance in 1992 but was released in 2014. He explains why he worked for Pablo Escobar and how he ran his operations
Pablo Escobar's Hitman - Popeye (2017) Popeye has confessed to 250 killings and only given 30 years of jail time due to Columbia's maximum sentance in 1992 but was released in 2014. He explains why he worked for Pablo Escobar and how he ran his operations.
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2 days ago by ramitsethi
HTTP HealthChecks for a Resilient Platform - Skelton Thatcher Consulting
I'm getting back into writing ☺ New blog post: "HTTP HealthChecks for a Resilient Platform" https://t.co/U42LDx9aFi @SkeltonThatcher
– ~/developers/chris (ChrisAnnODell) http://twitter.com/ChrisAnnODell/status/877873287706980354
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