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  • <div><p>We should start doing more than just eye-balling how performance is evolving over time. I haven't seen any particularly-common tools for helping with this, so suggestions are welcome.</p>...
  • <div><p>"Expected linebreaks to be 'LF'...this error pops up in various files while doing npm start run on windows</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:ml5js/ml5-library</p></div>
  • Start doing code reviews

    2020-12-09 12:45:34
    t really been doing PRs on the infrastructure repo, except for the ones that I wanted to bring to people's attention, and even those I merged right away. <p>Let's start reviewing stuff. Please...
  • start - the library invariably crashes with the <code>TWWatchdogInspectorStallingTimeout</code>. Should that be expected? And, if so, hoping to understand better why that's the case. <p>Thanks!...
  • <div><p>Added hack to prevent crashing apps using this one when os.cpus returns undefined</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:TypeStrong/fork-ts-checker-webpack-plugin</p></div>
  • s break from the Pluralsight course, I was going to start again today. But when I do the command "npm start," I get the following message: 17 error Windows_NT 6.1.7601 18 error argv "C:\...
  • <div><p>I just install latest version of rekit, create a sample app (with and without sass), do npm install and when run npm start, I have this error: <p><img width="636" alt="screen shot 2017-08-31 ...
  • Everything starts and I get no errors in logs, when I load up the web UI, i see the elements in the log correctly, but when I click the start button, nothing else happens. <p>Please try for yourself:...
  • <div><p>Let's use nightly pipeline release.yaml, if we could not find it (i.e: nightly pipeline as failed) let's fallback to the released version <p>Closes #496</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目ÿ...
  • hoodie start". Here's the terminal <a href="https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5341760">output</a>. <p>I confirmed local-tld is running re: ...
  • <div><p>Fixes #2453</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:PowerDNS/pdns</p></div>
  • <div><p>Initial start in getting pylint in. Taken .pylintrc from the main salt project Only checking folders that have <strong>init</strong>.py file <p>Will try to fix all the lint issues here, and ...
  • The original Stop Talking Start Doing helped readers to move from talking to doing. To climb into the ring and face their fears about making their thing happen. It helped readers to understand why ...
  • <div><p>We are noticing that there are significant differences between Java 7 and Java 8, such that we need to verify that BRJS actually works when used with Java 8 instead of Java 7. ...
  • Start spending time with the right people.– These are the people you enjoy, who love and appreciate you, and who encourage you to improve in healthy and exciting ways. They are the ones who ma...

      

    1. Start spending time with the right people. – These are the people you enjoy, who love and appreciate you, and who encourage you to improve in healthy and exciting ways.  They are the ones who make you feel more alive, and not only embrace who you are now, but also embrace and embody who you want to be, unconditionally.
    2. Start facing your problems head on. – It isn’t your problems that define you, but how you react to them and recover from them.  Problems will not disappear unless you take action.  Do what you can, when you can, and acknowledge what you’ve done.  It’s all about taking baby steps in the right direction, inch by inch.  These inches count, they add up to yards and miles in the long run.
    3. Start being honest with yourself about everything. – Be honest about what’s right, as well as what needs to be changed.  Be honest about what you want to achieve and who you want to become.  Be honest with every aspect of your life, always.  Because you are the one person you can forever count on.  Search your soul, for the truth, so that you truly know who you are.  Once you do, you’ll have a better understanding of where you are now and how you got here, and you’ll be better equipped to identify where you want to go and how to get there. 
    4. Start making your own happiness a priority. – Your needs matter.  If you don’t value yourself, look out for yourself, and stick up for yourself, you’re sabotaging yourself.  Remember, it IS possible to take care of your own needs while simultaneously caring for those around you.  And once your needs are met, you will likely be far more capable of helping those who need you most.
    5. Start being yourself, genuinely and proudly. – Trying to be anyone else is a waste of the person you are.  Be yourself.  Embrace that individual inside you that has ideas, strengths and beauty like no one else.  Be the person you know yourself to be – the best version of you – on your terms.  Above all, be true to YOU, and if you cannot put your heart in it, take yourself out of it.
    6. Start noticing and living in the present. – Right now is a miracle.  Right now is the only moment guaranteed to you.  Right now is life.  So stop thinking about how great things will be in the future.  Stop dwelling on what did or didn’t happen in the past.  Learn to be in the ‘here and now’ and experience life as it’s happening.  Appreciate the world for the beauty that it holds, right now.
    7. Start valuing the lessons your mistakes teach you. – Mistakes are okay; they’re the stepping stones of progress.  If you’re not failing from time to time, you’re not trying hard enough and you’re not learning.  Take risks, stumble, fall, and then get up and try again.  Appreciate that you are pushing yourself, learning, growing and improving.  Significant achievements are almost invariably realized at the end of a long road of failures.  One of the ‘mistakes’ you fear might just be the link to your greatest achievement yet.
    8. Start being more polite to yourself. – If you had a friend who spoke to you in the same way that you sometimes speak to yourself, how long would you allow that person to be your friend?  The way you treat yourself sets the standard for others.  You must love who you are or no one else will.
    9. Start enjoying the things you already have. – The problem with many of us is that we think we’ll be happy when we reach a certain level in life – a level we see others operating at – your boss with her corner office, that friend of a friend who owns a mansion on the beach, etc.  Unfortunately, it takes awhile before you get there, and when you get there you’ll likely have a new destination in mind.  You’ll end up spending your whole life working toward something new without ever stopping to enjoy the things you have now.  So take a quiet moment every morning when you first awake to appreciate where you are and what you already have.
    10. Start creating your own happiness. – If you are waiting for someone else to make you happy, you’re missing out.  Smile because you can.  Choose happiness.  Be the change you want to see in the world.  Be happy with who you are now, and let your positivity inspire your journey into tomorrow.  Happiness is often found when and where you decide to seek it.  If you look for happiness within the opportunities you have, you will eventually find it.  But if you constantly look for something else, unfortunately, you’ll find that too. 
    11. Start giving your ideas and dreams a chance. – In life, it’s rarely about getting a chance; it’s about taking a chance.  You’ll never be 100% sure it will work, but you can always be 100% sure doing nothing won’t work.  Most of the time you just have to go for it!  And no matter how it turns out, it always ends up just the way it should be.  Either you succeed or you learn something.  Win-Win.
    12. Start believing that you’re ready for the next step. – You are ready!  Think about it.  You have everything you need right now to take the next small, realistic step forward.  So embrace the opportunities that come your way, and accept the challenges – they’re gifts that will help you to grow.
    13. Start entering new relationships for the right reasons. – Enter new relationships with dependable, honest people who reflect the person you are and the person you want to be.  Choose friends you are proud to know, people you admire, who show you love and respect – people who reciprocate your kindness and commitment.  And pay attention to what people do, because a person’s actions are much more important than their words or how others represent them.
    14. Start giving new people you meet a chance. – It sounds harsh, but you cannot keep every friend you’ve ever made.  People and priorities change.  As some relationships fade others will grow.  Appreciate the possibility of new relationships as you naturally let go of old ones that no longer work.  Trust your judgment.  Embrace new relationships, knowing that you are entering into unfamiliar territory.  Be ready to learn, be ready for a challenge, and be ready to meet someone that might just change your life forever.
    15. Start competing against an earlier version of yourself. – Be inspired by others, appreciate others, learn from others, but know that competing against them is a waste of time.  You are in competition with one person and one person only – yourself.  You are competing to be the best you can be.  Aim to break your own personal records.
    16. Start cheering for other people’s victories. – Start noticing what you like about others and tell them.  Having an appreciation for how amazing the people around you are leads to good places – productive, fulfilling, peaceful places.  So be happy for those who are making progress.  Cheer for their victories.  Be thankful for their blessings, openly.  What goes around comes around, and sooner or later the people you’re cheering for will start cheering for you.
    17. Start looking for the silver lining in tough situations. – When things are hard, and you feel down, take a few deep breaths and look for the silver lining – the small glimmers of hope.  Remind yourself that you can and will grow stronger from these hard times.  And remain conscious of your blessings and victories – all the things in your life that are right.  Focus on what you have, not on what you haven’t.
    18. Start forgiving yourself and others. – We’ve all been hurt by our own decisions and by others.  And while the pain of these experiences is normal, sometimes it lingers for too long.  We relive the pain over and over and have a hard time letting go.  Forgiveness is the remedy.  It doesn’t mean you’re erasing the past, or forgetting what happened.  It means you’re letting go of the resentment and pain, and instead choosing to learn from the incident and move on with your life.
    19. Start helping those around you. – Care about people.  Guide them if you know a better way.  The more you help others, the more they will want to help you.  Love and kindness begets love and kindness.  And so on and so forth.
    20. Start listening to your own inner voice. – If it helps, discuss your ideas with those closest to you, but give yourself enough room to follow your own intuition.  Be true to yourself.  Say what you need to say.  Do what you know in your heart is right.
    21. Start being attentive to your stress level and take short breaks.– Slow down.  Breathe.  Give yourself permission to pause, regroup and move forward with clarity and purpose.  When you’re at your busiest, a brief recess can rejuvenate your mind and increase your productivity.  These short breaks will help you regain your sanity and reflect on your recent actions so you can be sure they’re in line with your goals.
    22. Start noticing the beauty of small moments. – Instead of waiting for the big things to happen – marriage, kids, big promotion, winning the lottery – find happiness in the small things that happen every day.  Little things like having a quiet cup of coffee in the early morning, or the delicious taste and smell of a homemade meal, or the pleasure of sharing something you enjoy with someone else, or holding hands with your partner.  Noticing these small pleasures on a daily basis makes a big difference in the quality of your life.
    23. Start accepting things when they are less than perfect. – Remember, ‘perfect’ is the enemy of ‘good.’  One of the biggest challenges for people who want to improve themselves and improve the world is learning to accept things as they are.  Sometimes it’s better to accept and appreciate the world as it is, and people as they are, rather than to trying to make everything and everyone conform to an impossible ideal.  No, you shouldn’t accept a life of mediocrity, but learn to love and value things when they are less than perfect.
    24. Start working toward your goals every single day. – Remember, the journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.  Whatever it is you dream about, start taking small, logical steps every day to make it happen.  Get out there and DO something!  The harder you work the luckier you will become.  While many of us decide at some point during the course of our lives that we want to answer our calling, only an astute few of us actually work on it.  By ‘working on it,’ I mean consistently devoting oneself to the end result.  
    25. Start being more open about how you feel. – If you’re hurting, give yourself the necessary space and time to hurt, but be open about it.  Talk to those closest to you.  Tell them the truth about how you feel.  Let them listen.  The simple act of getting things off your chest and into the open is your first step toward feeling good again.
    26. Start taking full accountability for your own life. – Own your choices and mistakes, and be willing to take the necessary steps to improve upon them.  Either you take accountability for your life or someone else will.  And when they do, you’ll become a slave to their ideas and dreams instead of a pioneer of your own.  You are the only one who can directly control the outcome of your life.  And no, it won’t always be easy.  Every person has a stack of obstacles in front of them.  But you must take accountability for your situation and overcome these obstacles.  Choosing not to is choosing a lifetime of mere existence.
    27. Start actively nurturing your most important relationships. – Bring real, honest joy into your life and the lives of those you love by simply telling them how much they mean to you on a regular basis.  You can’t be everything to everyone, but you can be everything to a few people.  Decide who these people are in your life and treat them like royalty.  Remember, you don’t need a certain number of friends, just a number of friends you can be certain of.
    28. Start concentrating on the things you can control. – You can’t change everything, but you can always change something.  Wasting your time, talent and emotional energy on things that are beyond your control is a recipe for frustration, misery and stagnation.  Invest your energy in the things you can control, and act on them now.
    29. Start focusing on the possibility of positive outcomes. – The mind must believe it CAN do something before it is capable of actually doing it.  The way to overcome negative thoughts and destructive emotions is to develop opposing, positive emotions that are stronger and more powerful.  Listen to your self-talk and replace negative thoughts with positive ones.  Regardless of how a situation seems, focus on what you DO WANT to happen, and then take the next positive step forward.  No, you can’t control everything that happens to you, but you can control how you react to things.  Everyone’s life has positive and negative aspects – whether or not you’re happy and successful in the long run depends greatly on which aspects you focus on.  
    30. Start noticing how wealthy you are right now. – Henry David Thoreau once said, “Wealth is the ability to fully experience life.”  Even when times are tough, it’s always important to keep things in perspective.  You didn’t go to sleep hungry last night.  You didn’t go to sleep outside.  You had a choice of what clothes to wear this morning.  You hardly broke a sweat today.  You didn’t spend a minute in fear.  You have access to clean drinking water.  You have access to medical care.  You have access to the Internet.  You can read.  Some might say you are incredibly wealthy, so remember to be grateful for all the things you do have.

    转载于:https://www.cnblogs.com/hzhida/archive/2012/06/14/2548720.html

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  • PALO ALTO, Calif. — Like many young entrepreneurs here in Silicon Valley, Matthew Slipper knows that success does not come ... His first start-up, an online education venture, flopped. His second, a...
    PALO ALTO, Calif. — Like many young entrepreneurs here in Silicon Valley, Matthew Slipper knows that success does not come easy. His first start-up, an online education venture, flopped. His second, a video-sharing app for the iPhone, has sold only 20 copies.
    But Mr. Slipper is optimistic. He should be. He’s just 18, a founding member of the Paly Entrepreneurs Club, an extracurricular group at the local high school that sprang into existence last September — the brainchild of about a dozen students committed to inventing the future.

    “I want to build something that is tied to what is happening next,” he said.
    While budding moguls in high school clubs like the Future Business Leaders of America invest make-believe money in the stock market or study the principles of accounting, the Entrepreneurs Club members have a distinctly Silicon Valley flavor: they want to create start-ups.

    They have met weekly during the school year to discuss their ventures and ideas, explore matters like money-raising strategies and new markets, and host guest speakers. Once, they held a Skype chat with a software engineer in Sweden who described the intricacies of running an online music business.

    Founding a company in high school is “a great opportunity,” said Vincent Gurle, 18. Later in life, “if you fail at business you might have to go live with your parents,” he said. “But we’re already doing that.”

    Mr. Gurle, who will attend the University of California, Santa Cruz in the fall, started a business last year aimed at supplying students to companies as software testers. It sputtered when he could not find enough companies interested in buying the service. He counts the effort a success anyway, he told the club at a recent meeting, figuring that the people he met will remember him when he returns with his next idea.

    Now he is learning how to program for Microsoft’s new mobile operating system.

    Club members have been working on projects like a social network to help teenagers quickly organize study groups and a trading network for Bitcoin, a virtual currency. They have brainstormed ideas for mobile geolocation games and new kinds of grocery store scanners.

    At a recent meeting, about a dozen boys gathered in an empty economics classroom at Palo Alto High, known as Paly. The demographic somewhat reflects Silicon Valley, too; there were no girls, though all the boys say they wish some would join their club.

    There also were few laptops or even tablets in the room, befitting a post-PC world. All the boys had their work on paper or smartphones. They passed these around to show off their latest concepts.

    Mr. Slipper, who plans to attend the University of California, Santa Barbara in January after a stint in R.O.T.C. boot camp, demonstrated his video-sharing app, speaking quickly so as to leave time for everyone to talk about their ideas before the lunch bell rang.

    “The syntax wasn’t hard,” he said, explaining the coding involved. “Objective C in the iOS framework took me about two weeks to learn. I’ve modeled the business on Instagram, leveraging speed and ease of loading.” Sympathetic young heads nodded.

    “How will you protect your intellectual property?” asked Aaron Bajor, 18, one of the group’s founders. He was waiting to discuss a diagram of his own project, a social network for entrepreneurs entering college.

    “Someone can always copy your idea, but that will be half-baked,” Mr. Slipper said confidently. “It’s not theirs.”

    James Maa, another club founder, was up next to discuss his project, the study group social network.

    “We’re not out in public yet,” he said, apologetically. Mr. Maa, 18, plans to study computer science at the University of California, Berkeley in the fall. His social life, which included attending many events for start-ups, had gotten in the way of building the network, which he calls Bubble.

    Not everyone had a project to present, and that was acceptable.
    “The goal here is inspirational,” said Mr. Bajor, who is headed to the University of Southern California to study entrepreneurship. “A great idea can hit you any time. Even if you do not have a great idea yet, if you have capabilities and passion others will want you on their team.”

    Not every would-be tech titan at Paly belongs to the club. Some were distracted by college applications and plans for the prom. Or other things. “There are probably a half-dozen other kids who should be in this club,” Mr. Bajor said, but they just didn’t have time. “They are too busy starting their own companies.”

    Start-up fever for these students is something they breathe in the air, or learn at home, with parents who work in the tech industry. Fern Mandelbaum, a partner at the venture capital firm Monitor Ventures, and a parent at the school, attended a club meeting to explain how her business works.

    The students in the club were not the only beneficiaries of Ms. Mandelbaum’s advice: Her daughter, Skylar Dorosin, started and for several years ran a summer camp. Ms. Dorosin, 17, is heading to Stanford in the fall, and has turned the camp over to her 11-year-old brother, Miles Dorosin.

    “The kids here have such an unfair advantage,” said Aaron Levie, 27, the chief executive of a data storage company, Box, referring to students throughout the Valley. He recently spoke during Science Week at another local high school, nearby Los Altos High. “In Seattle we had lots of computers, but we never had venture capitalists drop by.”

    At his talk in Los Altos, he had this advice.

    “I told them to make friends and leverage their four years of freedom,” he said. “If you look at Apple, Microsoft and Facebook, you see that lots of foundational things can happen among high school friends.” Like those other companies, he said, Box, valued at about $350 million, was built by several high school friends.

    Deborah Whitson, a Paly economics teacher who is the club’s faculty adviser, said that in recent years she had noticed a shift in the kinds of projects that interest business-minded students. “In the ‘olden days’ we’d have a few jewelry designers or dog walkers among the students,” she said. “The Internet started to change that. In the past five years, things have boomed because of the iPhone.”

    Ms. Whitson worries that the club may not survive without its enthusiastic leaders. Mr. Bajor, however, said his brother, who just finished his sophomore year, is eager to pursue his own start-up dreams.

    Another sophomore, 15-year-old Max Bernstein, helped the club recruit some speakers this year, but had to drop out of meetings because of time conflicts with the robotics club. Next year, though, he said he would have more time for the Entrepreneurs Club. He won’t have to take gym class.
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  • I am called to the office of my boss. Once knowing the urgency of this project, I start to get myself in. This project is based on the TIs new technology called DaVinci. Our job is to set up the OS

     I am called to the office of my boss. Once knowing the urgency of this project, I start to get myself in. This project is based on the TI's new technology called DaVinci. Our job is to set up the OS architecture of the hardware(DM365) and make some special function work.

     So the next several dairy is about this project. The title is started with DaVinci DM365.

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  • When on solid color all the lights work but when doing an effect the last 1-2 strings don't work and there are some colors showing that should not be showing toward the end. I though the data ...
  • 原创文章,转载请注明: 转载自All-iPad.net 本文链接地址: Stop talking, start doing. 你也可以在10天里做出2个游戏 正如本文的作者所经历的,不管犯下了什么样的错误,不管修改了多少次游戏的创意,不管最好能卖...

    原创文章,转载请注明: 转载自All-iPad.net 本文链接地址: Stop talking, start doing. 你也可以在10天里做出2个游戏

    来自于Karnak Games的一篇文章:Stop talking, start doing. Postmorten of how I made 2 games in 10 days.

     

    Let’s take this advice from millionaires:

    “[...] in today’s markets, regardless of the industry, you’re going to get bombarded with information overload. Massively so. And its dead easy to get lost in it and never get started. It’s even easier to convince yourself that while you’re consuming more information, you’re doing yourself a favor.

    But here’s where you’re dead wrong.

    Many people I interviewed were very strategic with their learning. Why? Because most of the time, they were on the playing field, PLAYING. Their lessons came not from a book, audio or dvd seminar, but from putting their ego on the line and testing it out in a real world scenario.”

    The year is already finishing and I didn’t have a game. While the AppStore is everyday flooded with games from people that actually do something. Well… it was time to get to action.

     

    是的,一年又一年,很快就都过去了,那些美好的愿望还停留在原处,AppStore上各式各样的新奇应用不断涌现,各种成功的故事听了一桩又一桩,只是,自己的那个计划还一直都没有开始过。

     

    每天都在坚持阅读着最新的文章,各种最新的技术也都了解个大概,最近的行业发展也能道出点原由,所以,总是抱有这样的想法:我已经阅读了这么多的文章,掌握了这么多的知识,总有一天我能够做出最好的游戏来。只是,“成功”一直在迟到。

     

    也许,应该像文章的作者那样:The need to close 2010 with a game on the AppStore。不过,记得把2010改成2011.

     

    Game Ideas?

    水果游戏的ideas是你只需要用手指在屏幕上划动,小鸟游戏的ideas是你在屏幕上拉弹弓,绳子游戏的ideas是用你的手指划断绳子,青蛙游戏的ideas是点一下屏幕让青蛙跳起来……这就是手机游戏,不需要使劲往欧美的车枪球上去靠,那不一定适合手机的小屏幕,也不需要想着日式的RPG,玩手机的没有这么多时间这么久的耐心。什么简单就往什么上去想。

     

    Artist?

    作者提到的elanceodesk还有freelance都不错,国内的话上17173上找找也能有惊喜。

     

    Programming?

    现在已经不是拿着汇编写游戏的年代了,你可以不会c/c++,也不用去理解java/dotnet,用一些简单的解释型语言,比如lua一样可以做游戏。

     

     

    正如本文的作者所经历的,不管犯下了什么样的错误,不管修改了多少次游戏的创意,不管最好能卖出多少份拷贝,最后这个游戏出现在AppStore上就是Mission accomplished。就是turned from “I want to make a game” to “I made a game! I made two games!”.

     

    “And that’s the final lesson I want to share: Stop talking, start doing.”

     


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  • <div><p>A few notes: ...m not doing start/end timestamps comparison nor validation.</li></ul> <p>Fixes #24</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:open-telemetry/opentelemetry-java</p></div>
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  • Doing Homework

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    Each test case start with a positive integer N(1) which indicate the number of homework. Then N lines follow. Each line contains a string S(the subject's name, each string will at most has 100 ...
  • Doing housework

    2020-03-22 13:48:38
    Hello! meet again! Today, I have done ...First, I was watching TV, then, there is the part that I start, My mom called me to clean the floor, I use the water broom to clean all the rooms, I do...

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