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mongodb:

Two times a year 10gen’s Drivers and Innovations team gather together for a face to face meeting to work together and setting goals for the upcoming six months. This year the team broke up into teams for an evening hackathon. MongoQP, a query profiler, was one of the hacks presented by Jeremy…

Windows user on linux server for the first time

researchinprogress:

Windows user on linux server for the first time

#truestory

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Goodbye iOS… Welcome Android! via Instagram

Goodbye iOS… Welcome Android! via Instagram

ColanderAlchemy helps you autogenerating Colander schemas based on SQLAlchemy mapped classes. 

ColanderAlchemy 0.1.0 alpha stage is out!

We use a lot of Open Source Softwares at Asidev and we must thank the communities and developers to give us great libraries and softwares.

We have contributed to various Open Source Projects by sending back patches, bug fixes and pull requests. Unfortunately, we think it is not enough…

For that reason we started to give back to the OSS community libraries and tools that help us every day.

The first library we released is ColanderAlchemy: it is an extensible package for autogeneration of Colander schemas that are based on SQLAlchemy mapped classes.

ColanderAlchemy is released under MIT license terms and it can be forked on GitHub: https://github.com/stefanofontanelli/ColanderAlchemy.

You can find examples on how it works in the ColanderAlchemy’s official documentation on Read The Docs.

You can simply install ColanderAlchemy using PIP:

pip install ColanderAlchemy

or using SetupTools/Distribute:

easy_install ColanderAlchemy

The library is in alpha stage, but it works. We are working on test suite and docs.
Any help is appreciate :) 

We hope to release many other packages and libraries in the next months.
Stay tuned!

audio.js is a drop-in javascript library that allows HTML5’s <audio> tag to be used anywhere.

It uses native <audio> where available and an invisible flash player to emulate <audio> for other browsers. It provides a consistent html player UI to all browsers which can be styled used standard css.

Believe it… great things happen!

Nowadays it is really hard to stay and work in Italy.
It’s sad but true. There are a lot of stories about that.
However, last days are great days.

Coderloop story show us that motivation, hard work and the desire to be great…  do great things happen!

Thank you Luca.
Thank you Federico.

It will not be easy and not all of us will succeed but we must try.
Italians can do it better! [loosely based on a comment of Coderloop CEO].