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  1. Dec 2022
    1. Progressive Web App: A Complete Guide for 2023

      You’ve probably heard of Progressive Web App or PWA, but what is it? More and more businesses are turning to PWA to improve their user experience and engagement. So, what are the benefits of PWA? Keep reading Progressive Web App Development Guide. https://bit.ly/2VFjOgT

  2. Nov 2022
    1. Now I can take an article from almost anywhere on my phone (reading services like Pocket, my feed readers, or even articles within the browser themselves), click share, choose “URL Forwarder” from the top of the list, select “Hypothesize” and the piece I want to annotate magically opens up with Hypothes.is ready to go in my default browser. Huzzah!

      Useful how-to for setting up Hypothes.is for mobile use on Android. Confirmed that this works on Brave mobile browser

  3. Oct 2022
  4. Sep 2022
    1. Table help

      💬 Help is needed for sure. This is easily one of the most convoluted processes in the campus Guide solution. No fault to this KB for trying.

      I think a typical user would not see some of this content as "tables," so I wonder about restructuring this to go into use cases.

    2. Course List Functionality/Features

      💬 Screenshots for how each of these look when implemented in Guide would be very, very helpful.

      These features / options are a sticking point in working with tables in course leaf.

    3. Functionality

      🖋️ ~~Functionality~~

      I'm guessing no one really uses this language and features probably says enough. Or maybe: "Course List Options / Features"

    4. See below to see how this changes how courses display.

      💬 I might lead this section with the screenshot showing the options, then the examples of what the look like followed by the explanation text.

    5. click on the

      💬 Click on the what?!

    6. Note: the area header and subheader should be utilized with text only. 

      💬 Callout / highlight this

    7. Frequently, text is erroneously entered with the 'Quick Add' feature, but the software reads that as a course and will create a 'red-boxed' text.

      💬 Callout / highlight this

    8. subject short description and catalog number

      💬 is a space needed?

    9. official list on

      🖋️...official list of subject short descriptions under the "Abbreviation" column of...

    10. of a subject is

      🖋️ ~~of a subject is~~

      Could omit this.

    11. 1c.When all the courses needed are populated, click the green 'OK' button to close the table editor.

      💬 Something in here stating that all the options for an row/item in the table will be described later in this article, or in another article - would help here.

    12. Building a Course List

      💬 I think for sure this is a separate article.

    13. combining adding

      💬 These two verbs sitting next to each other are a little dizzying.

    14. Course List features and how-tos

      🔗 This link is broken. Anchor link gone awry.

    15. Help not included in this document.

      💬 Fair enough. This seems to suggest that there is help elsewhere. Is there? I suspect there is not - in which case maybe a statement reading: not typically implemented, consult with guide people for more information around use case and implementation.

    16. Used in Guide.

      💬 No completely clear. The reference feels a circular and unspecific.

    17. The following are used.

      💬 A definition of each of the typically used table types could be useful. Some examples would be great. Another architecture for this information might break each type out into a separate article.

    18. create content

      🖋️~~create content~~ add items OR add rows

    19. Building

      🖋️~~Building~~ Creating OR Inserting

      💬 When and where would you do this? Examples? E.g. Inserting a course list in... IDK where else you would put a course list expect in the requirements tab 😆.

    20. when building a course list

      🖋️~~when building a course list~~

      Could omit this.

    21. of a subject for the listing of all courses in a specific subject

      🖋️~~of a subject for the listing of all courses in a specific subject~~ for the course.

    22. the location of

      🖋️ ~~the location of~~ where you are adding

    23. next academic year.

      🖋️...next academic year, where Lumen Programs would list all available and proposed courses regardless of the term.

    24. Creating a list of exclusive text (see course list features for how to add text)

      🔥 I see what this is saying, and it is for sure counterintuitive, Perhaps organizing this entire article by use case instead of the course leaf list types. Then, when you look at the article for this use case it would read something like: to create a table that contains text, use the course list table type.

  5. Aug 2022
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  8. May 2022
    1. page

      see screen numbering below. Can we also have next and previous buttons in each page, navigating from left feels little disconnect and also increases chance of bypassing standard steps and devising own custom integration.

    2. The buyer completes checkout on the Amazon Pay-hosted page

      MISSING/ AMBIGUOUS INFO: Line 3 says Buyer is redirected back to your (merchants') page now it directly says checkout gets completed on Amazon Pay hosted page.

  9. Apr 2022
  10. Mar 2022
    1. Distance education by tele-mentoring, tele-lecturing, and computer mediated conferencing is gradually reshaping education, and is likely to accelerate as the technology becomes more widely available. Additional research and development is needed to ex plore how education can be reshaped in a 24-hour electronic environment in which the teacher shifts from being the "sage on the stage to the guide on the side." The web supports collaborative teaching methods in which students do more than surf the net - - they learn to make waves. Ambitious team projects can provide valuable services to clients who are outside the classroom. These authentic projects can be highly motivating to students as they learn business-oriented and personally enriching skills of communicating, critiquing, and collaborating (Shneiderman, 1998b).

      Example of techno-utopianism within the edtech space which largely hasn't come to fruition.

      Were there prior references to "sage on the stage to the guide on the side" that indicated the guide on the side not being a person, but the Internet or technology instead?

  11. Jan 2022
  12. Dec 2021
    1. 12

      using the given R= values we must recognize that this is R=[x1,x2] x [y1,y2]. set up the double integral with these values with respect to x and y. Solving this integral will give you the volume of the area of the rectangle.

      I am unsure of how to do D

    2. 9

      Form this problem i recommend starting off drawing the rectangle, this is not necessary though.

      Find the x1 and x2 values for your integral with respect to x and do the same for y. use the given function f(x,y) and solve the integral. now since we are looking for the average value of the rectangle, we use the dimensions provided to get LxH. use the reciprocal of this to find the average value

  13. Nov 2021
    1. How to Create a Minimum Viable Product (MVP): Best Examples and Key BenefitsDmitryCEOMVPProduct GuideHomeBlogEntrepreneurshipHow to Create a Minimum Viable Product (MVP): Best Examples and Key BenefitsPublishedFeb 14, 2019UpdatedNov 26, 202139 min readAs an entrepreneur, you may eventually come to the point of planning a startup and launching your software product. Initially, you only have the idea of the project. What’s next? MVP development for startups is something that will help you at the beginning. You will learn what it is from this article. But first, some statistics. In 2020 the failure rate of startups exceeded 90%. And Euler Hermes’ latest research is even more disappointing. It shows that the number of global business bankruptcies will have increased by 15% by 2022. Can you guess what the reason is? It is a lack of demand among the users in the market. That’s why when you have a brilliant idea, do not rush building a fully-featured product and spending months on hard work. There’s a more efficient way to initially understand whether your idea will be required in the market. And this implies developing a minimum viable product (MVP). This popular approach in startup product development will help you test your business idea and save both time and resources. This way, you understand what users need and can create an offering that they are ready to pay for. Thanks to this article, you will know how to define a minimum viable product. You will also learn all about the MVP approach. We will start with the definition of this term and take a look at the best minimum viable products built by famous companies. Finally, we will provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to create a minimum viable product.

      Thanks to this article, you will know how to define a minimum viable product. You will also learn all about the MVP approach. We will start with the definition of this term and take a look at the best minimum viable products built by famous companies. Finally, we will provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to create a minimum viable product.

    1. Avoid These Costly Mistakes During Web Application DevelopmentDmitryCEOCustom SoftwareHomeBlogTechnologyAvoid These Costly Mistakes During Web Application DevelopmentPublishedJan 16, 2020UpdatedJan 16, 202015 min readAccording to the Startup Genome Report, over 90% of startups fail after launch. There can be different reasons like skipping the market research, hiring wrong specialists, too early scaling, and so on. However, one of the most important elements of startup success is the product you provide. Neglecting estimates, avoiding the MVP stage, designing unnecessary functionality, and saving time on testing may become fatal errors that can result in a complete failure. In this article, we will tell you about the most costly mistakes you should avoid during web app development to succeed after product launch.

      According to the Startup Genome Report, over 90% of startups fail after launch. There can be different reasons like skipping the market research, hiring wrong specialists, too early scaling, and so on.

      However, one of the most important elements of startup success is the product you provide. Neglecting estimates, avoiding the MVP stage, designing unnecessary functionality, and saving time on testing may become fatal errors that can result in a complete failure.

      In this article, we will tell you about the most costly mistakes you should avoid during web app development to succeed after product launch.

    1. Spree Commerce: How to Quickly Build an Ecommerce WebsiteAlinaE-Commerce & SaaS StrategistMarketplaceProduct GuideHomeBlogEntrepreneurshipSpree Commerce: How to Quickly Build an Ecommerce WebsitePublishedAug 31, 2020UpdatedAug 31, 202011 min readThe hype around Amazon and eBay has driven up the demand for marketplace development services. Business owners turn to software consultancies to launch a thriving e-commerce website. Here comes a question: what do they need to get the most successful online marketplace website? We believe that a profitable e-commerce project starts with the right tech stack. The main qualities that a modern marketplace should possess are scalability, easy customizations, and flexibility. Therefore, it’s important to choose the technologies that will help these qualities.

      The hype around Amazon and eBay has driven up the demand for marketplace development services. Business owners turn to software consultancies to launch a thriving e-commerce website. Here comes a question: what do they need to get the most successful online marketplace website?

      We believe that a profitable e-commerce project starts with the right tech stack. The main qualities that a modern marketplace should possess are scalability, easy customizations, and flexibility. Therefore, it’s important to choose the technologies that will help these qualities.

    1. "The Guide to Social Science Data Preparation and Archiving is aimed at those engaged in the cycle of research, from applying for a research grant, through the data collection phase, and ultimately to preparation of the data for deposit in a public archive: " from tweet

    1. Use Lagrange multipliers to find the maximum and minimum values of f(x,y)=3x−4y subject to the constraint ,x2+3y2=129, if such values exist. maximum = minimum =

      The partial derivative of f with respect to a variable = (lambda)(partial derivative of g with respect to a variable)

      you know what function is F because it is usually given to us as f(x,y,z).

      you know what function is G because it is usually set equal to a constant

      Find these values for X, Y, Z

      plug these X, Y, Z values into the original function G =constant and solve for lambda

      We take the value of Lambda that we have obtained and plug it into our original x=, y= and z= values.

      This will give us the values of X, Y, Z

      We take the X, Y, Z values an plug it into the function F

      this will give us A Max or a Min

      Usually if the value is a negative it is a minimum

      usually if the value is positive it is a maximum

  14. Oct 2021
    1. Let f(x,y)=1/x+2/y+3x+4y in the region R where .x,y>0. Explain why f must have a global minimum at some point in R (note that R is unbounded---how does this influence your explanation?). Then find the global minimum. minimum =

      For this qyuestion you first take the aprtia lderivative of x and y, set these =0 and solve for the x= and y= values. next we find the fxx and fyy and fxy/fyx second order partial derivatives. now we plug in our x= and y= values into all of the found partial derivatives and add them up.

    1. (a) In which direction should you move if you want the concentration to increase the fastest?

      What should be done for this is taking the partial derivative with respect to x,y,z. set that up in vector form as < fx(xyz), fy(xyz), fz(xyz)> then we plug in the point (-1,1,-1).

  15. Sep 2021
    1. 2.

      A) We know that acceleration is the derivative of the velocity, so to find the velocity while given acceleration we need to find the integral of each given element. then plug in 0 as it is given that the initial velocity is V(0).

      B) the position vector is the integral of the velocity vector . then you also plug in 0 for t as it is given r(0).

    1. Local governments can use participatory “co-design” principles and practices to help ensure that their programs and products that use open data are designed to meet the needs of current and potential users.
  16. Aug 2021
    1. How Much Does it Cost to Build a Website Like IndeedDmitry ChekalinChief Executive OfficerProduct GuideHomeBlogEntrepreneurshipHow Much Does it Cost to Build a Website Like IndeedJan 23, 202021 min readJob search websites have revolutionized the employer-employee relationships. No printed classifieds on the walls and no extra movements. Everything you need to do is to visit such a platform, enter the position details and choose the most relevant option to hire or apply for. Indeed is the most visited platform among other job-related online marketplaces. In this article, you will find out what makes Indeed so famous and special. Besides, we will discuss the challenges you may face before and during the development process, the things to consider before starting, and the functionality your platform should have. On the whole, you will know how to create a job search website like Indeed using 3 effective solutions.

      Job search websites have revolutionized the employer-employee relationships. No printed classifieds on the walls and no extra movements. Everything you need to do is to visit such a platform, enter the position details and choose the most relevant option to hire or apply for. Indeed is the most visited platform among other job-related online marketplaces.

      In this article, you will find out what makes Indeed so famous and special. Besides, we will discuss the challenges you may face before and during the development process, the things to consider before starting, and the functionality your platform should have. On the whole, you will know how to create a job search website like Indeed using 3 effective solutions.

    1. How to Build a Marketplace Website MVP and Not FailDmitry ChekalinChief Executive OfficerKate DavydovaMarketplace Growth StrategistMarketplaceMVPHomeBlogEntrepreneurshipHow to Build a Marketplace Website MVP and Not FailApr 9, 202013 min readDo you want to know how to build a marketplace website that will become popular and profitable? And you don’t want to risk money and waste a lot of time, right? A great plan is to start with a minimum viable product (MVP). This way you will not spend a lot of time and money, and you will get valuable feedback on the product and its primary features. Using this approach, you will definitely understand whether your idea is worth investing in or not. Today, we want to discuss how to build a marketplace MVP through several simple steps.

      Do you want to know how to build a marketplace website that will become popular and profitable? And you don’t want to risk money and waste a lot of time, right?

      A great plan is to start with a minimum viable product (MVP). This way you will not spend a lot of time and money, and you will get valuable feedback on the product and its primary features. Using this approach, you will definitely understand whether your idea is worth investing in or not.

      Today, we want to discuss how to build a marketplace MVP through several simple steps.

  17. Jul 2021
    1. It’s hard to imagine now that only some decades ago people had to purchase and download software for all possible needs on their PCs. No matter the task, every new tool took some space on the hard drive and every program update was a nightmare. Why? Because it needed extra space and pretty much of your time and effort if something went wrong. Those days are gone thanks to cloud computing and SaaS products.These software as a service tools have changed the way we work and use software for good. As per recent forecasts, this market is going to reach $623 billion by 2023. So let’s find out what are SaaS perspectives in the near future, why it’s better to start off with a SaaS minimum viable product, and how to create a SaaS MVP.

      Every new piece of software took the space on a hard drive. The update usually took us several hours. Gladly, these days are in the past. The forecasts predict that the SaaS market will reach $623 billion by 2023. We have dived deep into the SaaS domain and created a guide on how to start with a cloud website.

  18. Jun 2021
  19. May 2021
    1. Stephan Lewandowsky. (2021, May 16). An update to the ‘politics’ page of our COVID-19 vaccination communication handbook. Thanks to @kostas_exarhia for his diligent and constant work on this 1/n https://t.co/ezztaLMEBG [Tweet]. @STWorg. https://twitter.com/STWorg/status/1393996441966858242

    1. a cheat sheet is available showing how to convert example commands from the manual of filter-branch into filter-repo commands.
    1. The command nix-shell will build the dependencies of the specified derivation, but not the derivation itself. It will then start an interactive shell in which all environment variables defined by the derivation path have been set to their corresponding values, and the script $stdenv/setup has been sourced. This is useful for reproducing the environment of a derivation for development.

      QUESTION: What exactly does nix-shell execute from the Nix expression (i.e., shell.nix, default.nix, etc.)?

      ANSWER: Based on my current understanding, the answer is everything. It calls $stdenv/setup (see annotation below) to set up the most basic environment variables (TODO: expand on this), and "injects" the most common tools (e.g., gcc, sed) into it.

      It also defines the phases (TODO: verify this) and builder functions, such as genericBuilder. For example, the default builder is just two lines:

      source $stdenv/setup
      genericBuild
      

      TODO: pkgs/stdenv/generic/builder.sh is a mystery though.

      QUESTION: Once dropping into nix-shell, how do I know what phases to execute by looking at a default.nix? (E.g., [..]freeswitch/default.nix)

      ANSWER: As far as I can tell, one can override the phases in their Nix build expression (to build the derivation, see at the bottom), but they won't get executed as only the $stdenv/setup (see above) will get sourced, and no builders are called that, in return, invoke the phases (again, see above).

      So if one is using nix-shell

      • to create/hack on a package, the person has to manually invoke the builder or phases (TODO: still fuzzy on this subject)

      • to set up an environment, then one doesn't even have to worry about builders/phases because we just use nix-shell to clear the environment and to inject tools that we need for a given task

      QUESTION: When dropping into nix-shell, is this Nix expression (i.e., freeswitch/default.nix) executed? Or just parts of it?

      ANSWER: As stated above, all of the input Nix expression is evaluated, but no builders and build phases are called; although, nothing prevents one to override the phases, in case they are creating/hacking on a package.

      QUESTION:

      The command nix-shell will build the dependencies of the specified derivation, but not the derivation itself.

      What is the "derivation" here exactly? I know that it is a build expression, but does that mean the default.nix (or other Nix expression) nix-shell is invoked with?

      <sup>This statement also seems like a contradiction with how `nix-shell` works (i.e., if one issues `nix-shell -p curl`, then `curl` will be available in that sub-shell), but `-p` acts like a shortcut to as if `curl` had been listed in `buildInputs` so this is not the case.</sup>

      ANSWER: I have the feeling my confusion comes from the fact that the term "derivation" is used ambiguously in the manuals, sometimes to mean multiple things (see list below).

      TODO: Substantiate this claim, and make sure that it not coming from my misunderstanding certain topics.

      • Nix build expression (such as default.nix) whose output is going to become the store derivation itself (see last item at the bottom about the Nix manual's glossary definition)

      • store derivation.

      Had multiple cracks at unambiguously define what a derivation is, and here's a list of these:

      QUESTION: What is the difference between nix-shell -p and nix-shell invoked with a Nix expression of mkShell (or other that achieves the similar effect)?

      QUESTION: nix-shell does not create a sub-shell, so what does it do? (clarification: so nix-shell indeed does it; I confused it with nix shell)

  20. Apr 2021
    1. Definition of Done

      A great article on how the DOD applies now to the Scrum Guide and the Scrum Team. The emphasis that the entire Scrum Team creates the DOD prevents from misunderstandings in the future, as I’ve personally witnessed in the past.

      https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/2020-scrum-guide-definition-done-created-scrum-team

    2. Introduction of Product Goal

      How do Product Goal and Release Goal relate? Is the Product Goal the product vision and Release Goal is helping us to define relevant Sprint Goals to achieve the Release Goal?

      Good reads about the Product Goal: https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/scrum-guide-2020-update-introducing-product-goal

      https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/product-goal

    3. 2020 Scrum Guides

      Several articles on Scrum.org describe and discuss the 2020 changes: https://www.scrum.org/scrum-guide-2020

    4. removing any remaining inference to IT work (e.g. testing, system, design, requirement

      Things that have been removed:

      • The prescriptive elements of the Sprint Review.
      • The detailed outcomes defined in the purpose of the Sprint Retrospective.
      • The improvements that will be implemented in the next Sprint from the Retrospective.
      • Refinement usually consumes no more than 10% of the capacity of the team.
      • How to monitor progress towards the goal in Product Backlog.
      • The use of an organization’s “Definition of Done”.
      • The three questions for the Daily Scrum.
      • Meeting after the Daily Scrum for detailed discussions, replanning, etc

      Source: https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/scrum-guide-2020-update-what-has-been-removed

    1. “The entire Scrum Team is accountable for creating a valuable, useful Increment every Sprint.” While there are still explicit accountabilities for the Product Owner, Scrum Master, and Developers, all three roles must work together effectively in order to be successful with Scrum.

      While the SM worked closely with the Dev team to support them creating the DOD, with this new emphasis on entire Scrum Team the potentially odd moments of ownership and contribution from the SM/PO to the DOD are less likely to happen.

    2. everyone on the Scrum Team should care about and contribute to quality.

      This is where the new Scrum Guide 2020 generates some leverage for Coached and the Testing Engineers (as part of DEV). Testing/Quality is everyone’s job on the Scrum Team. Including all DEV, PO and SM.

    1. “Who cares? Let’s just go with the style-guide” — to which my response is that caring about the details is in the heart of much of our doings. Yes, this is not a major issue; def self.method is not even a code smell. Actually, that whole debate is on the verge of being incidental. Yet the learning process and the gained knowledge involved in understanding each choice is alone worth the discussion. Furthermore, I believe that the class << self notation echoes a better, more stable understanding of Ruby and Object Orientation in Ruby. Lastly, remember that style-guides may change or be altered (carefully, though!).
    2. Similarly to fashion, code style reflects our credo as developers, our values and philosophy.
    3. Yet, it certainly is important to make the proper choices when picking up style. Similarly to fashion, code style reflects our credo as developers, our values and philosophy. In order to make an informed decision, it’s mandatory to understand the issue at stake well. We all have defined class methods many times, but do we really know how do they work?
    1. Promouvoir l’activité physique des jeunes Élaborer et développer un projet de type Icaps

      les parents sont cités 119 fois dans ce document PDF

    1. Elaborer un contrat local de santé en 8 étapes Publié le 10/03/2021 • Par Auteur associé • dans : A la Une santé social, Actu expert santé social, Actu juridique, Fiches de droit pratique, France

      Ville-futur-sure-sante La Gazette Le contrat local de santé est conclu entre l'agence régionale de santé et une ou plusieurs collectivités ou intercos. Il peut associer des acteurs provenant de différents secteurs. S’il n’a pas vocation à se substituer aux dispositifs locaux existants, le contrat local de santé doit s'articuler avec eux afin de favoriser une approche globale de la santé. Retour sur une élaboration en 8 étapes.

    1. The best procedure is the one you don’t need. If the UI is crystal clear and leads the customer through a task, a procedure isn’t necessary. Start there.
    1. I actually think this is Not Constructive, since there's no absolute rule about which pairings can be joined into a single word or hyhenated, and it's pointless having "votes" here about each specific case. Follow a style guide if you have one, or search Google Books and copy whatever the majority do. Or just make your own decision.
  21. Mar 2021
    1. Qualinclus, Guide d'auto-évaluation pour une école inclusive permet de nourrir la réflexion et les échanges pour les équipes pédagogiques et éducatives qui mettent en place une démarche d'auto-évaluation et d'amélioration continue de la qualité. Il s'adresse aux chefs d'établissement et à l'ensemble de la communauté éducative.