View removed.js
function foo() {
var er = new Error('foo() has been removed in favor of bar(). Please update your java scripts codes.')
Error.captureStackTrace(er, foo)
throw er
}
function bar() {
console.log('ok')
}
View Cake.java
// See http://blog.bdoughan.com/2011/06/using-jaxbs-xmlaccessortype-to.html
@XmlAccessorType(XmlAccessType.PUBLIC_MEMBER)
@XmlRootElement
public class Cake implements PlainTextBean {
private String type;
// The getter is up here since the order of fields affects the order in the
// xml.
public String getType() {
return type;
View mac_startup.sh
#!/bin/bash
ytdl 'https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9qOJqNjalE'
ffmpeg -i *.mp4 -vn mac_startup.wav
sox mac_startup.wav mac_warp.mp3 chorus 0.6 0.9 25 0.9 1 8 -s \
echos 0.8 0.7 40 0.25 63 0.3 phaser 1 0.7 3 0.7 0.5 -t
play mac_startup.wav
View gist:9699038
<p>The files that could have been potentially accessed included a ton of sensitive information: SSL keys, database passwords with read/write access to our production databases, basically everything you never want a third party to see. Somebody with access to the database could replace npm modules with malicious payloads. I don't want to blur the truth here: this could have been a disaster. It is very much like the <a href="http://venturebeat.com/2013/01/30/rubygems-org-hacked-interrupting-heroku-services-and-putting-millions-of-sites-using-rails-at-risk/">rubygems.org security breach</a> in early 2013, and we are similarly lucky that the effect was not much much worse.</p>
<p>Thankfully, there's no evidence that, other than ourselves, the engineers who reported the bugs, and a few members of the GitHub security team who knew about the issue, anyone knew about this hole. But, in the interests of transparency, we should be clear that we can't <strong>prove</strong> that: the logs we kept at the time were not su
View Hello.groovy
#!/usr/bin/env groovy
// GROOVY STYLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
def a = new ArrayList<String>()
a.add("Hello")
a.add("my")
a.add("name")
a.add("is")
a.add("Jess")
View stack.js
#!/usr/bin/env node
/*
* Design a stack with a push, pop, and min method.
* Min returns the smallest element.
* All methods must operate in O(1) time.
* I implemented this with simple numbers, but I could enhance it
* to use objects with a comparator function.
*/
View gist:9006411
$ find node_modules -name 'README*' | xargs wc -c | tail -1
531452 total
$ find static -type f | xargs wc -c | tail -1
820587 total
View groupBy.js
/**
* @method
* @public
* @description Take an array of objects and convert to an array of pairs whose
* xCol are grouped and yCol values are aggregated somehow. If
* grouping by day or month, dates must be in ZULU format strings!
* Original implementation returned an object with keys = xCol and
* values = yCol. It worked great but js maps(objects) cannot be
* sorted!
* @param {array}
View logaxParserSpec.js
var fs = require('fs');
var exec = require('child_process').exec, child;
// Inputs
var inputDir = './developer/test/unit/data/input/';
var expectedDir = './developer/test/unit/data/expected/';
var outputDir = './developer/test/unit/data/output/';
var parserA = './server/load-it/logax-a-parser.js';
var parserB = './server/load-it/logax-b-parser.js';
var inputFiles = new Array(3);
View datefilter.js
RB.filter('daterange', function ()
{
return function(conversations, start_date, end_date)
{
var result = [];
// date filters
var start_date = (start_date && !isNaN(Date.parse(start_date))) ? Date.parse(start_date) : 0;
var end_date = (end_date && !isNaN(Date.parse(end_date))) ? Date.parse(end_date) : new Date().getTime();