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Getting Started

Getting Started

Install Brew

/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL"

Install nvm (nodejs version manager)

brew install nvm
import { NativeModules } from 'react-native';
if (__DEV__) {
alias sauce="source ~/.zshrc"
alias gc="git checkout"
alias gcb="git checkout -b"
alias gp='git push -u origin $(git branch | grep \* | cut -d " " -f2)'
alias glog="git log --pretty=oneline"
alias gbd="git branch -d"
alias gbD="git branch -D"
alias gb="git branch"
alias l="ls -la"
# extracted from http//
# under public domain terms
country_bounding_boxes = {
'AF': ('Afghanistan', (60.5284298033, 29.318572496, 75.1580277851, 38.4862816432)),
'AO': ('Angola', (11.6400960629, -17.9306364885, 24.0799052263, -4.43802336998)),
'AL': ('Albania', (19.3044861183, 39.624997667, 21.0200403175, 42.6882473822)),
'AE': ('United Arab Emirates', (51.5795186705, 22.4969475367, 56.3968473651, 26.055464179)),
'AR': ('Argentina', (-73.4154357571, -55.25, -53.628348965, -21.8323104794)),
'AM': ('Armenia', (43.5827458026, 38.7412014837, 46.5057198423, 41.2481285671)),

Around 2006-2007, it was a bit of a fashion to hook lava lamps up to the build server. Normally, the green lava lamp would be on, but if the build failed, it would turn off and the red lava lamp would turn on.

By coincidence, I've actually met, about that time, (probably) the first person to hook up a lava lamp to a build server. It was Alberto Savoia, who'd founded a testing tools company (that did some very interesting things around generative testing that have basically never been noticed). Alberto had noticed that people did not react with any urgency when the build broke. They'd check in broken code and go off to something else, only reacting to the breakage they'd caused when some other programmer pulled the change and had problems.

root: true,
parser: 'babel-eslint',
plugins: [/*'import', */'jsx-a11y', 'react'],
env: {
browser: true,
commonjs: true,
es6: true,
jest: true,
node: true
set t_Co=256
syntax on
set background=dark
set nocompatible
set number
filetype off
set tabstop=2 shiftwidth=2 expandtab
call plug#begin('~/.vim/plugged')
Plug 'VundleVim/Vundle.vim'
" Javascript Syntax
.buttonMenu {
padding: 15px;
background-color: inherit;
border: none; }
.buttonMenu .buttonMenuIcon {
display: flex;
justify-content: space-around;
flex-direction: column;
position: relative;
border: 2px solid #FFF;
const clock = document.getElementById("clock");
function leadZeroFormat(i) {
if (i<10) {
i = "0" + i;
return i;
hirejohnsalcedo / install-tmux
Created May 7, 2017 20:15 — forked from cdkamat/install-tmux
Install tmux 2.0 on rhel/centos 6
# Install tmux on Centos release 6.5
# install deps
yum install gcc kernel-devel make ncurses-devel
curl -OL
tar -xvzf libevent-2.0.21-stable.tar.gz
cd libevent-2.0.21-stable
./configure --prefix=/usr/local