View charCode-encode-string.js
// Example:
// 104-116-116-112-58-47-47-103-105-116-104-117-98-46-99-111-109-47-99-104-114-105-115-47-112-114-111-106-101-99-116-49-50-51-47-98-108-111-98-47-109-97-115-116-101-114-47-110-101-119-95-109-97-105-108-101-114-47-105-110-115-116-97-108-108-45-102-105-108-101-46-114-98
function string2charCodeString (s){
if(typeof(s) != 'string') return false;
a = [];
f = s.length;
for (i = 0; i<f; i++) {
a[i] = s.charCodeAt(i);

Tutorial: Meteor in Windows using Vagrant

These days some people were discussing at meteor-talk group about running Meteor at Windows and I’ve recommended them using Vagrant. It’s a very developer-friendly piece of software that creates a virtual machine (VM) which let you run any operating system wanted and connect to it without big efforts of configuration (just make the initial installation and you have it working).

Many packages (I've tested) for running Meteor+Vagrant fails because Meteor writes its mongodb file and also other files inside local build folder into a shared folder between the Windows host and the Linux guest, and it simply does not work. So I've put my brain to work and found a solution: do symlinks inside the VM (but do not use ln. Use mount so git can follow it). It’s covered on steps 8 to 15.

If you have no idea what I’m talking about, I’ve made a tutorial to install Ubuntu Precise x86 through Windows command-line with Meteor very simple to follow

View Geocoding Apps Script
// loop over all rows in spreadsheet (note: watch out for header row!)
for (var i = 9000; i <= numRows - 1; i++) {
row = values[i];
address = row[0];
lat = row[1];
// skip if we've already done this row (for repeat runs etc)
if (typeof lat === "number"){ continue; }