030 RR - Software Craftsmanship

Ruby Rogues Picks - Episode 30: Nov 23rd, 2011

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    Olbas Herbal Remedies: Olbas Cough Syrup

    These soothing Swiss remedies are naturally effective to help ease breathing, soothe cold symptoms and to relieve pain. Expertly formulated in Switzerland, Olbas helps you feel better fast.

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    The Middleman (TV series)

    The Middleman is an American television series. The series, which was developed for television by Javier Grillo-Marxuach for ABC Family, is based on the Viper Comics series, The Middleman , created by Grillo-Marxuach and Les McClaine. The series ran for one season in 2008.

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    Acorn 4, a great Mac OS X image editor, built for humans.

    Everyone needs to edit images at some point, but not everyone has the time to learn complicated super pricey image editing programs. This is why we created Acorn. Add text and shapes to your digital pictures. Combine images together to create your own.

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    Crossword Light

    Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Crossword Light on the App Store. Download Crossword Light and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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    USA TODAY® Crosswords

    Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about USA TODAY® Crosswords on the App Store. Download USA TODAY® Crosswords and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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    LATimes

    LA Times games can be played online for free. Enjoy instant entertainment with these fun online games from LA Times.

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    Proofiness: How You're Being Fooled by the Numbers: Charles Seife: 9780143120070: Amazon.com: Books

    Starred Review* Following in the footsteps of John Allen Paulos (Innumeracy, 1989) and Michael Shermer (Why People Believe Weird Things, 1997), Seife conducts a thorough investigation into why so many of us find it so easy to believe things that are patently ridiculous.

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    Textastic - Text, Code, and Markup Editor with Syntax Highlighting - FTP, SFTP, Dropbox - for iPad

    Textastic is a text editor for iPad and iPhone with rich support for syntax highlighting, FTP, SFTP and Dropbox.

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    MailCatcher

    Catches mail and serves it through a dream. Latest version: 0.5.12 (released Thursday, 30th May 2013) MailCatcher runs a super simple SMTP server which catches any message sent to it to display in a web interface. Run mailcatcher, set your favourite app to deliver to smtp://127.0.0.1:1025 instead of your default SMTP server, then check out http://127.0.0.1:1080 to see the mail that's arrived so far.

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    Diane Duane

    Diane Duane (born May 18, 1952) is an American science fiction and fantasy author. Her works include the Young Wizards young adult fantasy series and the Star Trek novels. Born in New York City, she grew up in Roosevelt, Long Island.

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    Rails Test Prescriptions (Pragmatic Programmers)

    Noel Rappin is a Senior Consultant at Obtiva. A Rails developer for five years, Noel has spoken at RailsConf and Windy City Rails, and is the author of Professional Ruby on Rails from Wrox Press. A blog relating to this book can be found at http://www.railsrx.com.

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    Mathematics

    Mathematics is the abstract study of topics such as quantity ( numbers), structure, space, and change. There is a range of views among mathematicians and philosophers as to the exact scope and definition of mathematics. Mathematicians seek out patterns and use them to formulate new conjectures.

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    Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and Its Consequences (Vintage)

    This is the book that made "innumeracy" a household word, at least in some households. Paulos admits that "at least part of the motivation for any book is anger, and this book is no exception. I'm distressed by a society which depends so completely on mathematics and science and yet seems to indifferent to the innumeracy and scientific illiteracy of so many of its citizens."

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    Bootstrap

    Built at Twitter by @mdo and @fat, Bootstrap utilizes LESS CSS, is compiled via Node, and is managed through GitHub to help nerds do awesome stuff on the web.

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    Since you were asking: The Door into Starlight

    ETA, 23 November 2011: I'm Tweeting about this post for the last time(s) this year, as I'm about to judge the results at year's end and decide what to do. Want to take action (assuming you haven't already) to help me decide? If the Ebooks Direct store is part of your plans, you may want [...]

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    Star Trek: The Animated Series - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Star Trek: The Animated Series (originally known as simply Star Trek , but also known as The Animated Adventures of Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek) is an animated science fiction television series set in the universe following the events of Star Trek: The Original Series of the 1960s.

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    Math Doesn't Suck | Danica McKellar

    Math Doesn't Suck | Danica McKellar

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    101 Things Everyone Should Know About Math: Marc Zev, Kevin Segal, Nathan Levy: 9780967802039: Amazon.com: Books

    101 Things Everyone Should Know About Math [Marc Zev, Kevin Segal, Nathan Levy] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Math is a critical part of our everyday lives; we use it dozens of times daily. and wish we understood it better.

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    Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and Its Consequences (Vintage)

    This is the book that made "innumeracy" a household word, at least in some households. Paulos admits that "at least part of the motivation for any book is anger, and this book is no exception. I'm distressed by a society which depends so completely on mathematics and science and yet seems to indifferent to the innumeracy and scientific illiteracy of so many of its citizens."

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