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Potherca / The Nine Boxes.md
Last active Jun 19, 2019
The Nine Boxes An Interviewing Technique as proposed by Pascal Van Cauwenberghe and Portia Tung
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The Nine Boxes

The Nine Boxes is an interviewing technique that helps discover problems and opportunities of the interviewee and their organisation. The interview unearths the high level requirements and acceptance criteria of the interviewee. After a Nine Boxes style interview, the interviewee generally feels that the interviewer really understands their situation and the interviewee is committed to solving the problem. This tool is very useful at the start of any project.

The interviewee must strictly follow the rules of the Nine Boxes, a grid that determines the subject and the way of asking questions.

The grid looks like this:

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Potherca / 52-gamification-mechanics-and-elements.md
Last active Jun 29, 2019
52 Gamification Mechanics and Elements as proposed by Andrzej Marczewski (from gamified.uk)
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Periodic-Table-of-Gamification-Elements

52 GAMIFICATION MECHANICS AND ELEMENTS

Below is a list of various elements and mechanics that support different User Types and contexts.

General

Name Description
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Potherca / Guidelines-for-designing-fun-experiences.md
Last active Jun 19, 2019
Guidelines for designing fun experiences as proposed by E.M. Woolley
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Screenshot 2019-06-19 at 1 29 34 PM

Guidelines for designing fun experiences

To be used as an analysis tool when designing or evaluating fun experiences

Prevents barriers to fun

  1. Meets functional usability requirements
    • interface does not hinder use of system
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Potherca / README.md
Last active Aug 2, 2019
The search for a Regex to match BEM CSS class-names
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The search for a Regex to match BEM CSS class-names

TL;DR

Use this regular expression to match BEM class-names:

^\.[a-z]([a-z0-9-]+)?(__([a-z0-9]+-?)+)?(--([a-z0-9]+-?)+){0,2}$
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Potherca / silent-short-films-with-harold-lloyd.csv
Created Jun 11, 2019
Top 10 highly regarded silent short films with Harold Lloyd (Based on scores from IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes and Letterboxd)
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Title Score IMDb Rotten Tomatoes Letterboxd
Never Weaken (1921) 7.51 7.6 7.74 7.20
From Hand to Mouth (1919) 6.99 7.0 7.38 6.60
Get Out and Get Under (1920) 6.94 6.8 7.44 6.58
An Eastern Westerner (1920) 6.90 6.9 7.10 6.70
Number, Please? (1920) 6.87 7.0 6.74
High and Dizzy (1920) 6.84 7.0 6.90 6.62
Bumping Into Broadway (1919) 6.81 7.0 6.72 6.70
His Royal Slyness (1920) 6.50 6.4 6.84 6.26
Haunted Spooks (1920) 6.41 6.7 6.26 6.26
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Potherca / silent-feature-films-with-harold-lloyd.csv
Created Jun 10, 2019
Top 10 highly regarded silent feature films with Harold Lloyd (Based on scores from IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes and Letterboxd)
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Title Score IMDb Rotten Tomatoes Letterboxd
Safety Last! (1923) 8.31 8.20 8.62 8.10
Speedy (1928) 7.77 7.70 8.08 7.54
Girl Shy (1924) 7.75 7.90 8.04 7.32
The Kid Brother (1927) 7.73 7.60 8.24 7.36
The Freshman (1925) 7.59 7.60 7.70 7.46
For Heaven's Sake (1926) 7.50 7.50 7.82 7.18
Dr. Jack (1922) 7.20 7.10 7.66 6.84
Grandma's Boy (1922) 7.05 7.10 7.26 6.78
Why Worry? (1923) 7.03 7.40 6.70 7.00
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Potherca / dabblet.css
Last active Jun 8, 2019
Template to make drop-caps from Google Fonts
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/**
* Template to make drop-caps from Google Fonts
*/
@import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Cousine');
html {
--size: 20rem;
--color-back: white;
--color-fore: #ff8000;
--color-outline: black;
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Potherca / dabblet.css
Last active Jun 8, 2019
Template to make drop-caps from Google Fonts
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/**
* Template to make drop-caps from Google Fonts
*/
@import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Cousine');
html {
--size: 50rem;
--color-back: white;
--color-fore: #ff8000;
--color-outline: black;
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Potherca / README.md
Last active May 31, 2019
What is the use of the hackers.txt file? (Or a history of security.txt)
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(This article was originally posted as an answer to a question on stackoverflow)

Commonly known as Eduardo Vela, [Eduardo A. Vela Nava][1] (or sirdarckcat on [Github][2] and [Twitter][3]) has been a Security Engineer at Google since 2010. (He currently has the role of Product Security Response Team Lead).

As other security experts before him, he pondered the issue of effectively communicating the details of a site's vulnerability reward program to [white hat hackers][4]/[pen-testers][5].

One specific such person is [Chema Alonso][6] (also on [Twitter][7]).

He is well-known enough to warrant [a Spanish Wikipedia entry][8]

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