Why Vagrant is the Best DevOps Tool Ever

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© 2014 Jeff Sussna, Ingineering.IT

I am a strong proponent of the viewpoint that DevOps is first and foremost about culture. When clients ask me which big, expensive enterprise tool they should use to implement DevOps, I tell them they shouldn’t buy anything until they fully understand why…

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fundersandfounders:

Too Late To Start?

fundersandfounders:

Too Late To Start?

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Evan Henshaw-Plath from Diego Arias on Vimeo.

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Life on mars from alan yee on Vimeo.

shot in New York city with the 5D Mark II, musci by David Bowie “Life on Mars”

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One Billion Rising (Short Film) from V-Day Until the Violence Stops on Vimeo.

*Trigger Warning*
A film by Eve Ensler and Tony Stroebel
One billion women violated is an atrocity. One billion women - and men — dancing is a revolution. Join ONE BILLION RISING at onebillionrising.org .

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Tinder - #ItStartsHere from Tinder on Vimeo.

Tinder is how people meet. It’s like real life, but better.
Download Tinder for free on iPhone or Android at gotinder.com/download

Song: “Basque” by Sunsquints
Video produced by Vanguard Ltd.
vanguardlimited.com

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Los Arboles from Juan Sebastian Torales on Vimeo.

5 Children Lost in the woods, no way out.
Music by composer John Hollenbeck and performed by Daniel Yvinec’s ONJ in a chilling horror shortfilm
Directed by Juan Sebastian Torales

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Justinmind Prototyper from Justinmind on Vimeo.

Justinmind Prototyper is a new powerful wireframing and prototyping tool to create website wireframes and interactive application prototypes without coding.

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Responsive Design with Luminosity Level Demo from Tomomi Imura on Vimeo.

Adjusting the background and text colors depending on the luminosity level.
Watch me turn the room light on and off, and see what happens to the UI.

This is supposed to be a demo for CSS Level4 Luminosity (dev.w3.org/csswg/mediaqueries4/#luminosity), however, this is not yet implemented on any browsers (as of Nov 2013), so I emulated it with DOM Ambient Light event (w3.org/TR/ambient-light/), which has been supported by Firefox 15+.

The device used on the demo is Nexus 7 (Android), and the browser is Firefox.
It works on ZTE Open (FirefoxOS), however, failed on Keon (FirefoxOS) but it didn’t work. Maybe because Keon lack a light sensor.

You can view the source code at: codepen.io/girliemac/pen/pvmBs

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