• 使用MEAN Stack构建ToDo应用
  • <div><p>Am surprised that 'make' at the top level broke. How comes it build for,depend on,require PCL/iOS by default now?</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:Robmaister/SharpFont</p></div>
  • 应用程序的意思 我的第一个使用MEAN堆栈的应用程序。
  • and who want to do this maybe has plenty of compupter power,so i just want warning at advance you guys can implement prevention and check measures and as i kown most people get involved in this ...
  • t understand what exactly do they mean. <p>For example, at this request: <pre><code>sql SELECT SRC, DPT, count(*) from logline group by SRC, DPT; </code></pre> <p><img alt="image" src=...
  • My personal understanding about this slogan is: be ... Wheneven you have thought about an idea which could bring values to your team, your company or your customers, DO NOT hesitate or wait til...

    My personal understanding about this slogan is: be proactive! Wheneven you have thought about an idea which could bring values to your team, your company or your customers, DO NOT hesitate or wait till you are told by your managers. Just DO IT.

    For me, since I am honored to nominated by SAP community committee as a SAP Technology Ambassador in China, I am always seeking more efficient channels to promote our technology to local ecosystem.

    Wechat is a very popular mobile application with 1 billion active user per month. In the early begining of 2018, I begin to write post related to SAP technology in Wechat platform and received very positive feedback from readers.



    I discussed this initiative with my managers and get very strong encouragement.

    Then colleagues from Chengdu office who also have interests to share their expertise out have been working with Jerry to keep on writing at least one SAP technical blogs per week. Finally in 2018 we have totally 87 articles posted from 24 colleagues.

    Here they are:

    Chen Vicky
    Deng Sun
    He Andrew
    Li Ben
    Liao Janet
    Ma Hongbo
    Peng SunShine
    Ping JingJing
    Song Hao
    Tang Minna
    Wang Cong
    Wen Aviva
    Wu David
    Xia Jason
    Xu Boris
    Xu Haytham
    Yang Joey
    Yao Yoyo
    Zhang Harry
    Zhang Jonathan
    Zhang Sean
    Zheng Kate
    Zhou Shuai


  • <div><p>Added Mean value (and constructor) to BoxPlot item Changed BoxPlotSeries do display Mean value Added BoxPlot Demo</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:oxyplot/oxyplot</p></div>
  • <div><p>spell checking similar to google search could be incorporated <img alt="image" src="https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/15216503/24162386/58370f46-0e8d-11e7-846d-8c029dc201de.png" /></p...
  • <div><p>I would like to see a process like this: <ol><li>user detects a wrong case/wrong classification...<p>What do you think?</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:clinicjs/node-clinic-doctor</p></div>
  • <div><p>该提问来源于开源项目:akveo/ng2-smart-table</p></div>
  • Your Customers Do Not Mean What They Say

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    Your Customers Do Not Mean What They SayNate JacksonI’VE NEVER MET A CUSTOMER YET that wasn’t all too happy to tell me what they wanted—usually in great detail. The problem is that customers don’t...

    Your Customers Do Not Mean What They Say

    Nate Jackson

    I’VE NEVER MET A CUSTOMER YET that wasn’t all too happy to tell me what they wanted—usually in great detail. The problem is that customers don’t always tell you the whole truth. They generally don’t lie, but they speak in customer speak, not developer speak. They use their terms and their contexts. They leave out significant details. They make assumptions that you’ve been at their company for 20 years, just like they have. This is compounded by the fact that many customers don’t actually know what they want in the first place! Some may have a grasp of the “big picture,” but they are rarely able to com- municate the details of their vision effectively. Others might be a little lighter on the complete vision, but they know what they don’t want. So, how can you possibly deliver a software project to someone who isn’t telling you the whole truth about what they want? It’s fairly simple. Just interact with them more.
    Challenge your customers early, and challenge them often. Don’t simply restate what they told you they wanted in their words. Remember: they didn’t mean what they told you. I often implement this advice by swapping out the cus- tomer’s words in conversation with them and judging their reaction. You’d be amazed how many times the term customer has a completely different mean- ing from the term client. Yet the guy telling you what he wants in his software project will use the terms interchangeably and expect you to keep track as to which one he’s talking about. You’ll get confused, and the software you write will suffer.
    Discuss topics numerous times with your customers before you decide that you understand what they need. Try restating the problem two or three times
    194 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know

    with them. Talk to them about the things that happen just before or just after the topic you’re talking about to get better context. If at all possible, have mul- tiple people tell you about the same topic in separate conversations. They will almost always tell you different stories, which will uncover separate yet related facts. Two people telling you about the same topic will often contradict each other. Your best chance for success is to hash out the differences before you start your ultra-complex software crafting.
    Use visual aids in your conversations. This could be as simple as using a white- board in a meeting, as easy as creating a visual mockup early in the design phase, or as complex as crafting a functional prototype. It is generally known that using visual aids during a conversation helps lengthen our attention span and increases the retention rate of the information. Take advantage of this fact and set your project up for success.
    In a past life, I was a “multimedia programmer” on a team that produced glitzy projects. A client of ours described her thoughts on the look and feel of the project in great detail. The general color scheme discussed in the design meet- ings indicated a black background for the presentation. We thought we had it nailed. Teams of graphic designers began churning out hundreds of layered graphics files. Loads of time was spent molding the end product. On the day we showed the client the fruits of our labor, we got some startling news. When she saw the product, her exact words about the background color were, “When I said black, I meant white.” So, you see, it is never as clear as black and white.

  • Do you have any idea what this error might mean? <p>TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not subscriptable <p><em>Originally posted by in ...
  • <div><p>Hi everyone, <p>I'm struggling with dotnet core on arm. ... What should I do? Thanks Best regards, Zuendelmeister</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:dotnet/runtime</p></div>
  • I guess this must be well thought since you may not want to expose too much of the internal APIs, but if you have a clear idea of how to do that, I can provide a PR :) <p>Thanks!</p><p>该提问来源于...
  • DO I need to set all custom tags list inside sublime linter settings or is there any global settings for that? Kindly help.</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:SublimeLinter/SublimeLinter-...
  • To me, ordering has to do with underlying storage and means that for <code>'C', the first axis is slowest, the last fastest, and vice versa for <code>'F'</code>. There are no axes ...
  • Did you mean to <code>npm run-script build</code>? <p>Is there some better short hand or something that I can do so I can just do "npm build"?</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:bradtraversy/...
  • <div><p>This would help with cases such as rewardBeast sub-317 where half of the runs have bad distortion and signal dropout, but the other half are fine. Such cases are rare though.</p><p>该提问来源...
  • <div><p><strong>What do Top1 and Top5 mean respectively? When I use my own dataset to train the model, Top1 and top5 are very different. Top 1 is only 40% and top 5 is 100%. Why?</strong> </p><p>该...
  • <div><p>Sighax was released, and I want to know how to use your Sighax support. </p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:LumaTeam/Luma3DS</p></div>
  • <p>we (, -brough and myself) wanted to disambiguate the <code>ready</code> event and state in the Shipment. The PR in progress has the event currently named <code>ready_to_ship</code> but we thought ...
  • <div><p>I am trying to use angular google chart with the mean.io stack. The following exception is thrown in angular <p>"[$injector:unpr] Unknown provider: googlechartProvider <- googlechart ...
  • <div><p>Is it documented somewhere what each report column means? Let me know what ...ll make a PR adding the info to the readme. Thanks!</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:danmayer/coverband</p></div>
  • m willing to write this tutorial myself but I need a hint how to actually do it. <p>I tried to use PointToPlaneWithCovErrorMinimizer but getCovariance returns 3.40282e+38 on all diagonal elements ...
  • needs some sort of solution to handle abstracting the transport layer, but enables shipping pretty much any kind of high-level API for a specific sensor as a JS library and would do wonders for ...
  • <div><p>By plugin do you mean edit custom.php or functions.php and include the PHP file? Or is there some kind of API hook I should be using?</p> <p>Thanks for the great work, btw. This is my default ...
  • <div><p>If I want to send multiple notifications to one ...<p>Or if I want send single notification to multiple device, how can I do by Frame?</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:djacobs/PyAPNs</p></div>
  • <div><p>You say to update index.html to use your default ... By this do you mean replace the entire document or just a section?</p><p>该提问来源于开源项目:jmcglone/jmcglone.github.io</p></div>



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