Happened from 2015-01-25 to 2015-01-31

Your Django Story: Meet Claudia Vicol

By anna-oz on 2015-01-26

This is a post in our Your Django Story series where we highlight awesome ladies who work with Django. Read more about it here.

Claudia works as a software engineer at Marktplaats.nl, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Marktplaats.nl is the biggest classifieds website in the Netherlands and part of the eBay Classifieds Group. Claudia currently codes in Scala and Java, and uses Python for testing API’s and for development tooling. She comes from Romania, where she lived until she finished her Computer Science degree at university. Claudia moved to the Netherlands to join her husband. They love playing World of Warcraft as a team.

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Using oauth for a simple command line script to access Google's data

On 2015-01-26

I recently needed to write a simple script to pull some data from a Google website. Since I was grabbing some private data, I needed authorize myself to do that. I found it much more work than I expected, not because it's hard, but because there wasn't much documentation there to guide me - I had to puzzle out what path to go based on lots of not particularly relevant documentation. So once I'd figured it out I decided to write a short account of what I'd done, partly in case I need to do this again, and partly to help anyone else who wants to do this.


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Closure Design Patterns. Ruby Edition

On 2015-01-26

Back in 2012 I wrote an article about closure design patterns. I used Groovy as a programming language but now I have decided to use Ruby (the programming language that I mainly have been using for two years).

I want to keep the same examples, so I created a helper method to make assertions.

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Groovy 101 (III): Gradle, Travis and Jenkins

By yamila on 2015-01-27

General, git, gradle, groovy, jenkins, travis

After my winter holidays, I come back with this self-learning process. My first idea was to learn to compile Groovy from command line: not a good idea. That’s not its natural way and, as far as I have seen, the … Continue reading

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Testing on the Toilet: Change-Detector Tests Considered Harmful

By Google Testing Bloggers (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-01-28

Alex Eagle, TotT

by Alex Eagle

This article was adapted from a Google Testing on the Toilet (TotT) episode. You can download a printer-friendly version of this TotT episode and post it in your office.

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Crawling and indexing of locale-adaptive pages

By Google Webmaster Central (noreply@blogger.com) on 2015-01-28

Webmaster level: advanced

Locale-adaptive pages change their content to reflect the user's language or perceived geographic location. Since, by default, Googlebot requests pages without setting an Accept-Language HTTP request header and uses IP addresses that appear to be located in the USA, not all content variants of locale-adaptive pages may be indexed completely.

Today we’re introducing new locale-aware crawl configurations for Googlebot for pages that we detect may adapt the content they serve based on the request's language and perceived location. These are:

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Agile coach o consultor agilista

By jmbeas on 2015-01-30

Agile, agente de cambio, agile coaching, blog cruzado, cambio, consultoría, Joserra Díaz

Ya estaba pasando otro mes sin escribir en el blog y el amigo Joserra Díaz me puso en bandeja una oportunidad para liarlo en otra ocurrencia....

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