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This is awesome! #blog  

Original Post from Chris Pirillo:

Wild! "Airwolf28" just told me about http://chrome.com/maze – quite a Sunday evening diversion!

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Hope is near! #blog  

Original Post from Bicycle Interests:

Whenever I see an adult on a bicycle I have hope for the human race

H.G. Wells

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Nice collection of photographing tips. #blog

Original Post from Alireza Yavari:

20+ Cheatsheets & Infographics For Photographers

See the complete list at: http://goo.gl/GHs49

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Nice visualisations! #blog  

Original Post from Julia Ferraioli:

Visualizations of Pathfinding Algorithms

This is really awesome. See how A*, Breadth-First Search, Best-First Search, Dijkstra, and Jump Point Search work to find a path between two points, with obstacles that you construct. Fantastic if you're a visual learner.

http://qiao.github.io/PathFinding.js/visual/

#pathfinding   #visualization   #interactive  

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Woa! #blog  

Original Post from Ralph Angenendt:

Don't copy and paste (this is quite wicked and unexpected).

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Made me giggle 🙂 #blog  

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Testing for Android at its best. #blog

Original Post from Jake Wharton:

The Resurrection of Testing for Android – Breathing new life into an oft-ignored aspect of app development.

"When testing Android applications, documentation and tools can be sparse. At Square, verifying the behavior of our applications is an essential part of our day-to-day development—and to make testing easier, we have created and refined a set of tools for three different aspects of testing; unit tests, instrumentation tests, and declaring assertions."

#AndroidDev

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