JetBrains Night in Munich Recap, Raffle Winners and Recording

JetBrains Night in Munich Recap, Raffle Winners and Recording http://feeds.dzone.com/~r/dzone/upcoming/~3/87jPEVyV87g/jetbrains_night_in_munich_recap_raffle_winners_an.html via @Inoreader

jQuery’s creator annotates his original source code

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Earlier this month, jQuery creator John Resig annotated one of the earliest existing versions of jQuery, which was first released on January 24, 2005 at BarCamp NYC. He made 40 comments on a version of the code dated February 3, 2006, which ran a total of 665 lines. Resig’s comments provide a number of interesting historical and technical notes about the early code.


What’s New in Fiddler 4.5.1

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Coming hot on the heels of the Fiddler 4.5 release a few weeks ago, Fiddler 4.5.1 is now available for download. The new release contains a few small features and some important bug fixes, so please upgrade as soon as possible.



C# Futures: Tuples and Anonymous Structs

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With C#6 nearing completion, plans are already being laid for C# 7. While nothing is definite yet, they are starting to categorize proposals in terms of “interest and estimated plausibility”. In this series, we’ll be looking at some of the proposals starting with language support for tuples.


Explicit Currying in Python

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Learn how you can design functions that can be curried in Python.


Impact-driven development

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It is my fifth year working as a professional software engineer, and I think it’s a good time for me to share a few tips, dos, and don’ts I learned throughout past four years. This is the first article in a series of three, and it focuses on development process.