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fuckyeahdementia:

obama getting lucky

Reblogged from blog.izs.me
A VIDEO

shota-san:

IM LAHUGJING SO HARD OMGG

THE DIFFERENCE IN REACTIONS BETWEEN PRICES OF PS4 AND XBOX ONE EVERYBODY

Reblogged from Psychopathetic
A VIDEO

discoverbumii:

Happy Mother’s Day - Don’t forget to treat your mothers right! 

Reblogged from BÜMII
A PHOTO

geeksngamers:

Super Mario - by Josh Summana

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A TEXT POST

looking back

I am back home, it is second day of my stay here in Tashkent. It is really cold after England. It is weird how time passes (really really fast). So many things have happened and so little have been done.

Days are going like hours and hours like minutes. Looking back, I see that some fruitful things have been done at least. I learnt so many things node js being of them. Node js is javascript runtime based on google’s V8 javascript engine which allows building almost any kind applications using javascript which run as fast as native code. Node js overall is great platform. It enables users in little time create big things that work. Javascript with its dynamic nature takes away some burdens from developers, developers can concentrate more on solving their own problems other than solving the languages problems (like with C++). However, there is price to pay, javascript does not have classes (but there is a way to imitate the classes), notion of private does not exist, code gets clunky really fast. Node js is really good for quickly solving problems, gives you great power for little effort.

A TEXT POST

Lean Start Up

Recently I got a book that called “Lean Start Up” by Eric Ries. Wonderful book must read to those who thinking of being entrepreneur filled with amazing example of good and bad business practises. Mainly it propagandises the core idea of Lean Start Up and the whole books circulates around that notion. The Lean Start Up concept is that: when you want to launch a product, you must create MVP(Minimal Viable Product) that product might lack a lot features to be final product, but it is just your tool for learning for your final release. Book emphasises  the importance of learning and gathering data when you launch MVP and that learnt knowledge will help you to analyse and craft the ultimate product. However, you will have to go through several iterations of MVP until you reach that product. BUILD->MEASURE->LEARN are the core mantras that you have to go over and over.

Highly Recommend