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grunt/docs/getting_started.md at 0.3-stable · gruntjs/grunt · GitHub

grunt/docs/getting_started.md at 0.3-stable · gruntjs/grunt · GitHub: "You can store any arbitrary information inside of the configuration object, and as long as it doesn't conflict with a property one of your tasks is using, it will be ignored. Also, because this is JavaScript and not JSON, you can use any valid JavaScript here. This allows you to programatically generate the configuration object, if necessary.

See the documentation table of contents for a list of tasks whose documentation will explain their specific configuration requirements.

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Closure Tools — Google Developers

Closure Tools — Google Developers: "What is the Closure Compiler?

The Closure Compiler is a tool for making JavaScript download and run faster. It is a true compiler for JavaScript. Instead of compiling from a source language to machine code, it compiles from JavaScript to better JavaScript. It parses your JavaScript, analyzes it, removes dead code and rewrites and minimizes what's left. It also checks syntax, variable references, and types, and warns about common JavaScript pitfalls.

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LESS « The Dynamic Stylesheet language

LESS « The Dynamic Stylesheet language: "The dynamic stylesheet language.

LESS extends CSS with dynamic behavior such as variables, mixins, operations and functions.

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jrburke/r.js · GitHub

jrburke/r.js · GitHub: "A command line tool for running JavaScript scripts that use the Asychronous Module Defintion API (AMD) for declaring and using JavaScript modules and regular JavaScript script files.

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File-Sharing Service Mega Is No Megaupload | Threat Level | Wired.com

File-Sharing Service Mega Is No Megaupload | Threat Level | Wired.com: "Kim Dotcom’s new Mega file-sharing service surpassed 1 million members one day following its initial Saturday launch from New Zealand, and the number of subscribers has apparently skyrocketed in the following days.

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Syndicated 2013-01-23 03:34:00 from sness

Google People Operations: The secrets of the world’s most scientific human resources department. - Slate Magazine

Google People Operations: The secrets of the world’s most scientific human resources department. - Slate Magazine: "In time, Bock argues, Google’s findings—which it often shares with other HR professionals—may improve all our jobs. “You spend more time working than doing anything else,” he says. “If you work eight or 10 hours a day, it’s more time than you spend sleeping, more time than you spend with your spouse. When you add it up it gets really depressing. You like your job, but for all time it should be— and it could be—something more. So why isn’t it?”"

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Google People Operations: The secrets of the world’s most scientific human resources department. - Slate Magazine

Google People Operations: The secrets of the world’s most scientific human resources department. - Slate Magazine: "After it went into place, Google’s attrition rate for new mothers dropped down to the average rate for the rest of the firm. “A 50 percent reduction—it was enormous!” Bock says. What’s more, happiness—as measured by Googlegeist, a lengthy annual survey of employees—rose as well. Best of all for the company, the new leave policy was cost-effective. Bock says that if you factor in the savings in recruitment costs, granting mothers five months of leave doesn’t cost Google any more money."

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django-backbone-example/backbone_example at master · joshbohde/django-backbone-example · GitHub

django-backbone-example/backbone_example at master · joshbohde/django-backbone-example · GitHub: "Sample application to show how to use Django and Backbone.js together.
http://joshbohde.com/blog/backbonejs-and-django"

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