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#Newbie programmer
def factorial(x):
if x == 0:
return 1
return x * factorial(x - 1)
print factorial(6)
#First year programmer, studied Pascal
rakhmad /
Created March 31, 2012 15:27 — forked from erikh/
OSX For Hackers
#!/usr/bin/env sh
# This is script with usefull tips taken from:
# install it:
# curl -sL | sh
rakhmad / Backbone.ComputedPropertiesModel.js
Created April 17, 2012 14:50 — forked from mna/Backbone.ComputedPropertiesModel.js
This gist shows one way to implement read- and write-enabled computed properties on a Backbone Model, without polluting the attributes hash of the Backbone Model. It works with Backbone.ModelBinding, so computed properties may be bound to form elements.
/*global _, Backbone*/
// By Martin Angers (PuerkitoBio)
// This should be inside a module pattern. Defines a base Model class, could/should be merged with your
// own base Model.
// Dependencies: underscore (_) and Backbone.
var ComputedProperties = function(model) {
this.model = model; = {};
rakhmad /
Created April 17, 2012 15:55
Setting Up Clojure on OS X

Setting Up Clojure on OS X

I spent a lot of time trying to find a pretty optimal (for me) setup for Clojure… at the same time I was trying to dive in and learn it. This is never optimal; you shouldn't be fighting the environment while trying to learn something.

I feel like I went through a lot of pain searching Google, StackOverflow, blogs, and other sites for random tidbits of information and instructions.

This is a comprehensive "what I learned and what I ended up doing" that will hopefully be of use to others and act as a journal for myself if I ever have to do it again. I want to be very step-by-step and explain what's happening (and why) at each step.

Step 1: Getting Clojure (1.3)

rakhmad /
Created April 24, 2012 06:44 — forked from hrldcpr/
one-line tree in python

One-line Tree in Python

Using Python's built-in defaultdict we can easily define a tree data structure:

def tree(): return defaultdict(tree)

That's it!

Open Source code doesn’t always come in big complex packages. At ProPublica we sometimes share small, simple snippets of using GitHub "Gists." These Gists range from single-byte file delimiters to an entire JavaScript framework for making stepper graphics. They rarely have documentation and don’t even always have names, but they can be super-useful. Here are some we’ve shared over the past few years:

rakhmad /
Created May 4, 2012 06:54 — forked from yefim/
Create a new GitHub repo
read -s -p "GitHub password: " pass
# I assume the GitHub API and authentication works because I don't want to parse JSON
curl -u "yefim323:$pass" -d "{\"name\":\"$1\"}" > /dev/null
git remote add origin$1.git
rakhmad / postgis_geojson.php
Created June 6, 2012 09:15 — forked from bmcbride/postgis_geojson.php
* PostGIS to GeoJSON
* Query a PostGIS table or view and return the results in GeoJSON format, suitable for use in OpenLayers, Leaflet, etc.
* @param string $geotable The PostGIS layer name *REQUIRED*
* @param string $geomfield The PostGIS geometry field *REQUIRED*
* @param string $srid The SRID of the returned GeoJSON *OPTIONAL (If omitted, EPSG: 4326 will be used)*
* @param string $fields Fields to be returned *OPTIONAL (If omitted, all fields will be returned)* NOTE- Uppercase field names should be wrapped in double quotes
* @param string $parameters SQL WHERE clause parameters *OPTIONAL*
rakhmad / gist:3074128
Created July 9, 2012 03:47 — forked from lucasfais/gist:1207002
Sublime Text 2 - Useful Shortcuts

Sublime Text 2 – Useful Shortcuts (Mac OS X)


⌘T go to file
⌘⌃P go to project
⌘R go to methods
⌃G go to line
⌘KB toggle side bar
⌘⇧P command prompt
rakhmad / application.rb
Created July 12, 2012 15:20 — forked from t2/application.rb
Formatting Rails form elements for Twitter Bootstrap error validation
ActionView::Base.field_error_proc = do |html_tag, instance|
html = %(<div class="field_with_errors">#{html_tag}</div>).html_safe
# add nokogiri gem to Gemfile
elements = Nokogiri::HTML::DocumentFragment.parse(html_tag).css "label, input"
elements.each do |e|
if e.node_name.eql? 'label'
html = %(<div class="clearfix error">#{e}</div>).html_safe
elsif e.node_name.eql? 'input'
if instance.error_message.kind_of?(Array)
html = %(<div class="clearfix error">#{html_tag}<span class="help-inline">&nbsp;#{instance.error_message.join(',')}</span></div>).html_safe