Realize the fact please. Microsoft IE6 is old, is broken, and is crap

March 12th, 2013 by Terrence Miao 3 comments »

Keep supporting and developing applications compatible with this turd is like to make your life NOT worth living …

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+Kieran Simpson +Dean Budd Why CoffeeScript?

March 7th, 2013 by Terrence Miao 3 comments »

+Kieran Simpson +Dean Budd Why CoffeeScript?

I have a look of a tutorial of CoffeScript and quite amazed how everything from syntax to philosophy is like the twin of Groovy.

Do you have your to 10 reasons why CoffeeScript is over JavsScript?

Thanks.

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Warning: The tech content in this article contains pure magic fucking awesomeness…

March 7th, 2013 by Terrence Miao 8 comments »

Warning: The tech content in this article contains pure magic fucking awesomeness on environmentally friendly steroids

For years, web application developers have used DOM manipulation tools like jQuery to control their user interface. Astute developers have taken it to the next level with client-side templating tools like Mustache.js and Handlebars.js to build sophisticated user interfaces on the client side.

And then AngularJS came along.

And we all realized we’ve been doing it wrong.

Way wrong …

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AngularJS is too humble to say you’re doing it wrong

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Code, in the financial perspective, is more like a liability than an asset.

March 6th, 2013 by Terrence Miao 4 comments »

Code, in the financial perspective, is more like a liability than an asset.

The more code produced, the more liability you have to bear burden, and the more substantial cost of ownership.

Successful investment is about having more tangible asset and carrying less liability. So if code is liability, the less code, the better. The best code is NO code all.

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Creative agency DDB China put together this project in Shanghai to urge people to…

March 4th, 2013 by Terrence Miao No comments »

Creative agency DDB China put together this project in Shanghai to urge people to do their bit and help the environment by walking more and driving less.

By laying a huge canvas with a leafless tree on the road, pedestrians were encouraged to walk across sponge cushions soaked in green environmentally friendly washable and quick dry paint in turn rendering footprint leaves on the tree. Each green footprint added to the canvas like leaves growing on a bare tree, which make people feel that by walking they could create a greener environment.

More walking, less driving. Let's create a greener environment together.

You can watch DDB China’s promotional video here - Green Pedestrian Crossing – China Environmental Protection Fund (2010 Campaign)

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London Map drawn from memory and New Simplified Map of London, according to Jeremy…

March 3rd, 2013 by Terrence Miao 3 comments »

London Map drawn from memory and New Simplified Map of London, according to Jeremy Clarkson

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"The risks of being out of the game are huge compared to the risks of being…

March 2nd, 2013 by Terrence Miao 1 comment »

"The risks of being out of the game are huge compared to the risks of being in it".

Berkshire Hathaway Annual Report 2012 - http://www.berkshirehathaway.com/2012ar/2012ar.pdf

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Software is really about humanity, about helping people by using computer techno…

March 2nd, 2013 by Terrence Miao No comments »

Software is really about humanity, about helping people by using computer technology.

Read more: http://www.code.org/

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