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“ODataAngularResources is a fork of Angular's $resource that allows.. OData queries in a fluent way” and other Twinks…

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] ODataAngularResources is a fork of Angular's $resource that allows.. OData queries in a fluent way. [github.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Pure CSS loading animations with Loaders.css [webdtweets.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Flexbox Patterns: Ready-To-Use Building Blocks for Your Design [noupe.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] “Living style guides are an important tool for web development today” [smashingmagazine.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] “TellForm is an opensource alternative to TypeForm that can create stunning forms from PDFs or from scratch” [tellform.com]

Antoine Plu [AntoinePlu] Stop the overuse of overflow menus By @dburka[buff.ly]

Shawn Wildermuth [ShawnWildermuth]#Angular2 has a surprisingly large amount of ceremony and seems focused on monolithic apps. Need to think more about it

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Linux Is the Largest Software Development Project On the Planet: Greg K-H [linux.slashdot.org]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Announcing SyntaxNet: The World’s Most Accurate Parser Goes Open Source [googleresearch.blogspot.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Automated Testing of Message Based Systems [jeremydmiller.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] “Error Unable to resolve dependencies. 'Microsoft.ApplicationInsights 2.0.1' is not compatible with…” [social.msdn.microsoft.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] okay computer: Autofac.Mef >3.0.3 is incompatible with Autofac.Extras.Attributed -is this due to obsolescence? @autofac

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] .@shanselman has been doing this for years: `how to make gifs using vlc media player and gimp`[sky-stealer.tumblr.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Regular expressions you can read: A new visual syntax (and UI) [medium.com]

Jeff Atwood [codinghorror] sysadmins are much crankier than programmers, but they evolved a superior sense of humor to compensate!

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Check out Flurl! Fluent URL builder and testable HTTP for .NET [tmenier.github.io] via @FlurlHttp

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Microsoft is working on Huddl, a new video social network [mspoweruser.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Amazon’s Giving Away the AI Behind Its Product Recommendations [wired.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Whoever does not understand LISP, is doomed to reinvent it. [lambda-the-ultimate.org]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] “I think the ideas in Common Lisp did fix the world.” [quora.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Watch: Linus Torvalds Talks 25 Years of Linux, IoT, Linux Kernel Security, Cloud [linux.softpedia.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Lenovo ThinkPad P50 Review, The Ultimate Workstation Laptop [itechtriad.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Keynote: Go To There and Back Again (Channel 9) [channel9.msdn.com] via @ch9

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] The Technology Behind Making the Internet Archive into the Worlds Worst DVR [slifty.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] What People Who Demand Innovations From Apple Don't Get? [paweltkaczyk.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Microsoft is building a 'digital memories' service in its new Evoke Studio [zdnet.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Let’s Talk About Amazon Reviews: How We Spot the Fakes [thewirecutter.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] recommended by @thurrott for programmers, yes programmers: My Life in France by Julia Child [amazon.com][twitter.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Crossing the Chasm: Marketing and Selling High-Tech Products to Mainstream Customers [amazon.com][twitter.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Diffusion of Innovations, 5th Edition by Everett M. Rogers [amazon.com][twitter.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] on Kindle: Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, Deployment [amazon.com][twitter.com]

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] let me just say before anything happens that the ideal Google dev *respects* advertising "culture" and has masterful C++ or Java heritage

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] yes, i understand that ex-Microsoft devs are Google employees but i assume that these are C++ people---not .NET-heritage folks

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] How "Old" Technology Still Runs The World [iafrikan.com]