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"use strict";
// 2862933555777941757 == 0x27bb2ee687b0b0fd
const PRNG_LO = 0x87b0b0fd;
const PRNG_HI = 0x27bb2ee6;
* jump consistent hash, as described here:
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Visa requirements for UK conferences.

First you'll want to check if you need a visa to enter the UK.

  • Nationals of the EU, Switzerland, and EEA countries will not need a visa, and are free to work and conduct business in the UK.
  • Nationals from some designated countries such as USA may travel for tourist or business purposes under a visa exemption. The link above will detail what documents you need to provide in order to travel under a visa exemption.
  • Other nationals will need a visa.

The rules for allowable business travel under a visa exemption are covered by the same rules as those travelling under a vistor visa. If you will be travelling under a visa-exemption and the conference is covering your costs in any way you should make sure to read the relevant section below.


Object.keys(request) - ashley/ceej


(ooh, just remembered another tip: kill -s USR1 <node pid> will turn the debugger on any node process and you can point node-inspector at it) -chris

ooh another fun debugging tip: dbg = vm.runInDebugContext('Debug'); mirror = dbg.MakeMirror(objectValue); console.log(mirror.referencedBy()) - chris it lists all referencing objects to the object you pass to MakeMirror

turn on browser styles in computed properties in the browser - jeff

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# Hello, and welcome to makefile basics.
# You will learn why `make` is so great, and why, despite its "weird" syntax,
# it is actually a highly expressive, efficient, and powerful way to build
# programs.
# Once you're done here, go to
# to learn SOOOO much more.
jeremyj / watch haproxy sticky tables
Created Oct 16, 2014
watch haproxy sticky tables
View watch haproxy sticky tables
watch -n 1 'echo "show table http" | socat unix:/var/run/haproxy.sock -'
watch -n 1 'echo "show table public" | socat unix:/var/run/haproxy.sock -'
dannycoates / abuse.lua
Last active Jan 14, 2016
heka anomalies and alerts
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-- This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
-- License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
-- file, You can obtain one at
require "math"
require "string"
local alert = require "alert"
local message_variable = read_config("message_variable") or error("must specify a 'message_variable'")
local max_items = read_config("max_items") or 25000

2013 best tweets

CrabDude / desc.txt
Last active Jan 3, 2016
South Bay Node.js Enterprise Breakfast
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What: Breakfast for south bay enterprise node.js leaders
When: 8-9:30am, Friday, January 24
2029 Stierlin Ct
Mountain View, CA 94043
Why: To regularly meet to discuss enterprise node.js concerns and encourage increased community in the south bay.
substack / dotslashtaskdotjs.markdown
Created Jan 8, 2014
introducing ./task.js, THE new javascript task runner automation framework
View dotslashtaskdotjs.markdown

why ./task.js?

One word: task automation. It's basically zero effort and you can use the ./task.js package manager to handle any repetitive tasks. You can use ./task.js to automate everything with minimum effort.

./task.js provides the structure, order, and authority that you as a developer so desperately crave. ./task.js will also take responsibility for your actions if you need it to. It's what everybody is using now. ./task.js is the new hotness. It's all about ./task.js now, just like that.

This is compared to npm run/bash scripts, which are:

0xabad1dea /
Last active Sep 14, 2018
Sorry, RSA, I'm just not buying it

Sorry, RSA, I'm just not buying it

I want to be extremely clear about three things. First, this is my personal opinion – insert full standard disclaimer. Second, this is not a condemnation of everyone at RSA, present and past. I assume most of them are pretty okay, and that the problem is confined to a few specific points in the company. However, “unknown problem people making major decisions at RSA” is a bit unwieldy, so I will just say RSA. Third, I'm not calling for a total boycott on RSA. I work almost literally across the street from them and I don’t want to get beat up by roving gangs of cryptographers at the local Chipotle.

RSA's denial published last night is utter codswallop that denies pretty much everything in the world except the actual allegations put forth by Reuters and hinted at for months by [other sources](http://li

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