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Tip: How to use RSS to keep track of nootropic related studies and blog posts

2015-03-13T02:32:28+00:00

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format used to send new items or information to recipients who use RSS feed readers.

I use this RSS Feed Reader.

Usually you can go to websites and the extension will show available RSS feeds.

For pubmed: Creating Customized PubMed RSS Feeds

Good things to get RSS feeds of:

  • Searches of newly added studies on pubmed:

    • Studies on the Gene Permutations that you have.
    • Studies on diseases that you may have. (ie. inflammatory bowel disease)
    • Studies on drugs that you take. (ie. NAC, ALCAR)
  • Blog posts. (ie. examine)

  • New product arrival. (ie. Ceretropic)(sadly powdercity doesn't work)

  • Reddit posts of people that you stalk. (MisterYouAreSoDumb for me lol)

  • Reddit posts from lesser known drug related subreddits (ie. /r/Drugnerds, /r/Longevity/)

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Requesting XML/JSON soccer information

2012-06-13T07:47:38+00:00

I am interested in getting results and standings in a XML or JSON format. Do anyone know where this can be retrieved for free? Or for a low cost?

I'm mostly interested in Premier League and the Champions League, but La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A could also be interesting.

I know fifa provides a lot of XML, but it is not updated regurarly enough.

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SysAdmin Blog and RSS Feed List

2015-07-23T07:44:37+00:00

Edit: On Sept 20th, 2016 I've decided to move this to my personal blog. It will be updated there going forward... /u/SpectralCoding's SysAdmin Blog and RSS Feed List ~ ~ ~ Summary ~ ~ ~ This comes up once in a while, so I've decided to make a post, update it, and whenever asked, link back to this. I'll also add the link to the thread at the bottom of this post. If anyone has items to add, feel free to PM me or post and I'll add it to the user-submitted section. Last Updated: September 20th, 2016 ~ ~ ~ RSS Reader ~ ~ ~ Since Google Reader shut down I found and immediately fell in love with NewsBlur. I love it enough that I pay the $7/yr to support the developer and I think I get some. It's the best reader I've found that emulates the Google Reader style and adds so many features I didn't know I wanted. I support NewsBlur all the way, but I've also heard Feedly is good. ~ ~ ~ OPML/XML Feed Export ~ ~ ~ I've exported my NewsBlur feed here in XML/OPML format: spectralcoding_newsblur.xml You can use this file as an import for many different feed readers. ~ ~ ~ Formatted List ~ ~ ~ Below is the human readable version of the above export. Feel free to pick and choose to add to your list. Order is alphabetical, not based on popularity/quality or anything. System Administration Backblaze Blog - http://feeds.feedburner.com/BackblazeBlog Blog NetAdmin/SysAdmin - http://blog.nasa.fr/wp/feed/ Brainstorming of a sysadmin - http://blackbird.si/feed/ Carlus' SysAdmin Blog - http://sysadmin.carlusgg.com/?feed=rss2 Cliff Saran’s Enterprise blog - http://www.computerweekly.com/blogs/it-fud-blog/atom.xml CloudFlare - https://blog.cloudflare.com/rss/ Everything Sysadmin - http://everythingsysadmin.com/atom.xml Featured Questions - Server Fault - http://serverfault.com/feeds/featured How to Become a Network Engineer - http://networkengineercareer.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default Justin's IT Blog - http://www.jpaul.me/feed/ Nicovs' Blog - http://www.nicovs.be/feed/ Packet Life - http://packetlife.net/blog/feed/ R.I.Pienaar - https://www.devco.net/feed Remi Bergsma's blog - http://blog.remibergsma.com/feed/ Scott's Weblog - http://feeds.scottlowe.org/slowe/content/feed/ Standalone Sysadmin - http://feeds.feedburner.com/standalone-sysadmin StorageMojo - http://storagemojo.com/feed/ The Lone Sysadmin - http://feeds.feedburner.com/lonesysadmin/mkpe The Nubby SysAdmin - http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheNubbyAdmin domas mituzas - http://dom.as/feed/ e r i k i m h d o t c o m - http://erikimh.com/feed/ http://blog.mist.io/ - http://blog.mist.io/rss tolaris.com » tolaris.com » - http://www.tolaris.com/feed/ Linux Benjamin Cane - http://feeds.feedburner.com/bencane/SAUo?format=xml DistroWatch.com: News - http://distrowatch.feedsportal.com/c/34025/f/617435/index.rss HashPrompt - http://feeds.feedburner.com/HashPrompt?format=xml Linux Sysadmin Blog - http://linuxsysadminblog.com/atom.xml My SysAd Blog -- Unix - http://feeds.feedburner.com/sysad UNIX System Administration: Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, Tru64, BSD. - http://feeds.feedburner.com/unixsadm When a shell is not enough - http://www.shellguardians.com/feeds/posts/default nixCraft: Linux Tips, Hacks, Tutori... - http://feeds.cyberciti.biz/Nixcraft-LinuxFreebsdSolarisTipsTricks systemBash - http://feeds.feedburner.com/systembash Windows 4sysops - http://feeds.4sysops.com/4sysops Virtualization Jase's Place - http://www.jasemccarty.com/blog/?feed=rss2 Nickapedia - http://feeds.feedburner.com/Nickapedia Technodrone - http://feeds.feedburner.com/technodrone vElemental - http://velemental.com/feed/ Database MySQL Performance Blog - https://www.percona.com/blog/feed/ Web Technologies High Scalability - http://feeds.feedburner.com/HighScalability Pingdom Royal - http://feeds.feedburner.com/royalpingdom Security Darknet - The Darkside - http://feeds.feedburner.com/darknethackers Schneier on Security - https://www.schneier.com:443/blog/index2.rdf Krebs on Security - http://krebsonsec[...]









London: Santander Cycle notifications

2015-06-14T09:50:19+00:00

Hi everyone - I'm trying to make a recipe which would send me an iOS notification when getting close to a Boris Bike Santander Cycle docking station in London.

The idea is that sometimes the dock next to my house is full, and I have to cycle to the next one, so it would be nice for my phone to check for me as I arrive (and then push it to my Pebble, ideally).

All it would have to do would be to check an XML feed here for a specific dock ID, retrieve the "nbEmptyDocks" value, and put that number on my lockscreen (notification, SMS, whatever).

Any ideas? Thanks!

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How do i use a vbulletin subforum as a news display for my main site

2012-02-08T05:00:43+00:00

Alright, so the title is a little misleading as im aware of how to use the RSS and XML syndication, which can be added to my main page. However, the RSS gives me the title, posted date and content.

However, the only script i was able to find to display this on my page with php only posts the threat title and content. Doesnt call the date, and doesnt say the user who posted it.

I so have VBadvanced CMPS installed, with the news module on the index page, however the main site is not hooked into the Vbadvanced

would like to be able to have something like http://www.lpassociation.com. Where it is formatted and fits the site

Ive been going crazy last couple days

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Having problems with the FeedBurner RSS for my podcast, issues with XML

2012-08-28T14:14:00+00:00

So, earlier today the RSS feed for Nerds Assemble (and subsequently the iTunes entry) went very awry.

I've started a post in the relevant Google Group and contacted FeedBurner support directly.

Here's the problem I'm having, as described in the GG post:

I made the mistake of copying and pasting a post to the blog the feed is based on from an existing post. Since doing that I get the:

XML parsing error: :2:0: xml declaration not at start of external entity

Error and the feed is unavailable. I have since deleted the offending blog post that probably created the error and pinged it through Feedburner, but the error is still there.

It's a Tumblr blog and I've checked the blog's entire code for:

But I can't find it anywhere and certainly not in any of the existing posts.

The site affected is www.nerdsassemble.co.uk with the feed http://feeds.feedburner.com/nerdsassemble

Since I've deleted the post that probably caused this problem in the first place, is it likely that Feedburner is being slow in updating itself or am I going to have to do something more radical?

Due to this error I am also unable to use the Resync Now option.

Anyone know what I should try doing, please?

milli

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[upcoming reddit change] Switching from RSS 2.0 to Atom 1.0

2016-01-23T02:12:36+00:00

Update: This change has been rolled out as of about 26 Jan 2016, 14:30 PST In the next week or so I'm going to switch our RSS support over to Atom 1.0 Huh? RSS and Atom are syndication formats read by programs called feed readers or aggregators. You can access the RSS feed for any reddit page by adding .rss to the end of the URL, like this or this. reddit also has special authenticated feeds for things like inboxes. We've had this support for a really long time: the oldest reference I can find is from 2006. Why the change? RSS has poor support for HTML content, which has opened us up to potential XSS vulnerabilities in the past. Atom has better client support than RSS these days We claim to return RSS 2.0 but we are actually using a hodgepodge of different versions of RSS with some random Atom tags thrown in, which confuses clients. After this change the feeds should fully validate, which should fix some weird client behaviour Atom has better pun support and a wicked cool icon Everything is made of atoms What changes? If you're using a feed reader with Atom support (most of them), nothing. The URLs will all be the same and everything will just continue to work as if nothing happened. If you're using a really ancient client that doesn't support Atom, the RSS feeds will stop working for you. You might get weird errors or it might silently stop updating. The ghosts of ancient articles may haunt your dreams, begging to finally escape this world. Try updating your client. If you're using RSS as a poor man's API and parsing the response yourself, the output format may not work with your program and you may need to update it. If this is you, I'd recommend switching to the JSON API instead, or doing the feed parsing with a library that supports both. But you can also just update your program using the examples below. Irrelevant technical details: I'm using the Atom XHTML type for blocks. It's really hard to find a good listing of which clients support this format vs the HTML format that's more similar to RSS's style. XHTML is more technically convenient for the way I'm generating them, but if you know of an obscure client that doesn't support it please speak up. I tried to maintain the article GUIDs across the change, but it's possible that some items may appear updated or unread, even if you'd marked them read in your feed reader. This should only happen to items that are in the listing during the change. It shouldn't affect simple link listings much but may affect feeds from search results or comments pages. It's a one-time thing, so just mark them read again and you'll be fine. What does it look like? Here's an example of the change so you can update your clients if need be Before: The last bastion of Free Speechhttps://www.reddit.com/r/NoAdmins/No admins, anything goes.https://b.thumbs.redditmedia.com/Af2dHUHKJq2n8TbEPWDM3hCbry0s6e9fNIFCVOUV5fA.pngThe last bastion of Free Speechhttps://www.reddit.com/r/NoAdmins/The new Reddit CTO is now permanently bannedhttps://www.reddit.com/r/NoAdmins/comments/3hs6da/the_new_reddit_cto_is_now_permanentl[...]



In light of Google Reader being retired, lets share our feed lists!

2013-03-15T03:59:48+00:00

I recently moved to NewsBlur and it has been AMAZING. Well worth the $12/yr for the full features. Heres my list: Programming Martijn's C# Programming Blog - http://feeds.feedburner.com/MartijnsCHashCodingBlog Visual Studio Tips and Tricks - http://feeds.feedburner.com/zainnab System Administration 4sysops - http://4sysops.com/feed/ blog.scottlowe.org - http://feeds.scottlowe.org/slowe/content/feed/ Chuck's Blog - http://feeds.feedburner.com/emc/Ykrh Cliff Saran’s Enterprise blog - http://www.computerweekly.com/blogs/it-fud-blog/atom.xml Coding Horror - http://feeds.feedburner.com/codinghorror/ Enterprise - http://en.community.dell.com/dell-blogs/enterprise/rss.aspx Everything Sysadmin - http://everythingsysadmin.com/atom.xml Featured Questions - Server Fault - http://serverfault.com/feeds/featured Featured Questions - Super User - http://superuser.com/feeds/featured Jon Skeet: Coding Blog - http://feeds.feedburner.com/JonSkeetCodingBlog Linux Sysadmin Blog - http://feeds.feedburner.com/LinuxSystemAdminsBlog My SysAd Blog -- Unix - http://feeds.feedburner.com/sysad Packet Life - http://packetlife.net/blog/feed/ Standalone Sysadmin - http://feeds.feedburner.com/standalone-sysadmin The Lone Sysadmin - http://feeds.feedburner.com/lonesysadmin/mkpe The Nubby SysAdmin - http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheNubbyAdmin UNIX System Administration: Solaris, AIX, HP-UX, Tru64, BSD. - http://feeds.feedburner.com/unixsadm When a shell is not enough - http://www.shellguardians.com/feeds/posts/default Justin's IT Blog - http://jpaul.me/?feed=rss2 Schneier on Security - http://feeds.feedburner.com/schneier/fulltext Technology Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome - http://feeds.feedburner.com/geekologie/iShm Google Analytics Blog - http://feeds.feedburner.com/blogspot/tRaA Hack a Day - http://feeds2.feedburner.com/hackaday/LgoM Linode Blog - http://blog.linode.com/feed/atom/ Linode Status Updates - http://status.linode.com/blog/atom.xml Official Gmail Blog - http://feeds.feedburner.com/OfficialGmailBlog Official Google Blog - http://feeds.feedburner.com/blogspot/MKuf Slashdot - News for nerds, stuff that matters - http://rss.slashdot.org/Slashdot/slashdot The Daily WTF - http://syndication.thedailywtf.com/TheDailyWtf Droid Life - http://www.droid-life.com/feed/ Android News, Rumours, and Updates - http://feeds.feedburner.com/AndroidNewsGoogleAndroidForums Android Police - Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets - http://feeds.feedburner.com/AndroidPolice Royal Pingdom - http://feeds.feedburner.com/royalpingdom xkcd.com - http://www.xkcd.com/rss.xml submitted by /u/SpectralCoding to r/sysadmin [link] [comments][...]



Problems with creating hook that updates XML

2011-09-07T13:55:47+00:00

Hi /r/wordpress,

I have been working on a plugin for Wordpress, that updates an XML file with elements from the post. I have used a third party plugin to create the field for the XML, and so far that is working.

I am having a lot of trouble with the XML and the hook itself. I am using a DomDocument example from php4every1.com, and that works whenever I run it seperately in a php-file. However, if I include it within a function, that is hooked to the publishing of a post in wordpress, I get the following error: "The plugin generated 1 characters of unexpected output during activation. If you notice “headers already sent” messages, problems with syndication feeds or other issues, try deactivating or removing this plugin." and nothing more happens. The function including the XML will not run at all, and I have no idea why.

Here is my code:

add_action('publish_post','update_xml');

function update_xml(){

$xml = new DOMDocument('1.0', 'utf-8'); $xml->formatOutput = true; $xml->preserveWhiteSpace = false; $xml->load('fruits.xml');

//Get item Element $element = $xml->getElementsByTagName('item')->item(0);

//Load child elements $name = $element->getElementsByTagName('name')->item(0); $price = $element->getElementsByTagName('price')->item(0); $count = $element->getElementsByTagName('count')->item(0);

//Change values $name->nodeValue = 'Orange'; $price->nodeValue = 14.33;

//Create new element $newCount = $xml->createElement('count', 10);

//Replace old elements with new $element->replaceChild($name, $name); $element->replaceChild($price, $price); $element->replaceChild($newCount, $count);

//Create one new item element $newItem = $xml->createElement('item'); $newItem->appendChild($xml->createElement('name', 'hest')); $newItem->appendChild($xml->createElement('price', 10.59)); $newItem->appendChild($xml->createElement('count', 131));

//Add it to fruits element $xml->getElementsByTagName('fruits')->item(0)->appendChild($newItem); $xml->save('fruits.xml');

}

?>

and the xml file:

Apple 10.25 15

As I said, the above works whenever I am running it in a seperate php-file without the hook and the function, but inside the hook in the plugin, it breaks. I am pretty new at programming, php and wordpress, so I bet I am overlooking something silly, but what?

Thanks in advance.

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What would be required for an SNML/SNTP federated content system?

2013-12-17T02:10:49+00:00

A decentralized system for syndicating content, discussion, and social aspects would be useful. See earlier Diaspora conversation. Rationale I'd like a tool / place to have intelligent conversations with smart people that scales. A discussion-oriented network growing on the lessons of Usenet, subsequent online successes and failures: BBSes, Web forums, blogs, social networking, file/photo/video sharing. Relevance. A tool where, first and foremost, I can find and participate in the conversations I find of interest. As can others. In particular: Coping with Sturgeon's Law at Internet scale. It's six sigma compliant: 99.99966% of everything is crap. Incorporating and interacting with as much of the existing information and communications infrastructure as possible, and not just Web/Internet tools: email, SMS, photos, Wikis, Search, RSS/Atom, journals, news sites, etc. Which encourages participation from those whose participation is sadly discouraged on far too many forums: those with informed, educated, and considered opinions, who find far too many existing forums either noise pits, distractions, or just simply unappealing. Client independence. Web front-ends are convenient, mobile / tablet apps can make better use of specific environments and form-factors, dedicated desktop/laptop apps provide feature richness, APIs and command-line interfaces the power and flexibility to use and extend systems even further. Building on the knowledge within the system. Simple discussion is fine to a point, but collective knowledge systems (FAQs, Wikis, StackExchange, etc.) are also hugely useful. Integrating both elements would be extremely useful. Resistant against abuses of abundance: noise, spam, bullying, idiocy. Resistant against abuses of suppression: censorship, oppression, surveillance. Resistant against abuses of action and/or intent: widespread sharing illicit content, widespread criminal coordination, etc. Noting that these three aims are rather much at odds with one another, the aim is to provide resilience against but not total suppression of such activities. And finally: A sufficient use-case and/or business case to make the undertaking of value. The tool need not stand on its own as a business, but it should be compelling for businesses (and others) to utilize and participate with it. As well as encourage (and reward) development. Existing discussion I and others have discussed elements of this elsewhere (mostly G+ here): Bdale's FreedomBox update After personal liberty, biggest risk of surveillance is the Cloud I wish someone would invent "SNML" or the "Social Networking Markup Language". from Richard Fraser, July 2011. Seems he's YAXP (yet another ex plusser), last post Dec 2012 (what was with December that made so many people quit?). Why not buld social networking parallel to e.mail, to actually be integrated into Outlook, Thunderbird or whatever people use? Jose Murilo Me: Future internet aims to sever links with servers And the Big Problem: Search over federated data Peter da Silva references somewhere a project formally called "Usenet 2.0", so I'm probably stealing the name ... Ah, here: http://www.usenet2.org/. There's the Linked Media Framework (I haven't looked at this, it's on my ToDo list). Basic elements I see this as something of a "Usenet 2.0". The primary goal is to create a discussion and content syndication system. It's strongly inspired by the principles that guided Usenet (ToDo: what were the principles that guided Usenet?) . What I see as key, in no particular order: A decentralized system. Individual leaf nodes, and peered hubs, but no global "center". Data are fundamentally feder[...]



How to tell what assembly .dll to reference?

2015-01-18T15:39:43+00:00

Short background: Rusty old programmer. Wants to write a Windows Phone 8.1 app that is able to read RSS feeds (it should do something with them, but this is the problem at the current state).

I google for suggestions. It's easy: Just use the SyndicationFeed class.

But to use that class, I must add a reference to the assembly. [http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.servicemodel.syndication.syndicationfeed(v=vs.110).aspx](According to MSDN, I must include System.ServiceModel.dll).

So I right-click the project in the Solution Explorer and select "Add - Reference...". In the new window, there are no suggestions, so I have to browse. (In the good old days before .NET, Visual Basic/C++/etc. presented a nice list of .dlls, and in 99% of the cases, one could find what one was looking for in that list).

To find the System.ServiceModel.dll file, I do a search in Explorer. I get more than 40 results (on a machine with a clean install Windows 8.1 and a new Visual Studio 2013 Community Edition).

How do I know, which one is the right one to include? It seems wrong, that I should try them one by one.

Nevertheless, I try with one of the DLLs. The IDE accepts it, but when I compile, I get an error that System.ServiceModel.Activation is not available. A bit more googling tells me, that SyndicationFeed is not supported on Windows Phone. Even more googling tells me to use the .dll in one of the Silverlight directories (which seems counter-intuitive, since I'm NOT using a Silverlight template).

But it seems to work, so that's what I do, and the next problem occurs: "The type or namespace name 'XmlReader' could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)"

So I add "using System.Xml;" in the top of my code. But now I miss another reference: "The type 'System.Xml.XmlReader' is defined in an assembly that is not referenced. You must add a reference to assembly 'System.Xml, Version=5.0.5.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=7cec85d7bea7798e'."

If I search for "System.XML.dll" I get another looong list of results. How do I know, which one to add as a reference?

So, I actually have two questions:

1) How do I solve the specific problem I have with System.Xml at this moment?

2) How do you guys know which one of the .dlls to reference, when you need to add an assembly? MSDN doesn't tell. Visual Studio doesn't place you in a "default directory" for your project type (I use the Pivot app Windows Phone 8.1 template). And it seems very wrong to just try each one matching the filename one by one.

Thanks in advance!

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The Rotten Tomatoes "certified fresh" RSS feeds have been slightly broken for a long time now. I got tired of it and fixed them (sort of).

2011-10-27T15:41:43+00:00

Maybe some of you will find this useful as well. It's a Yahoo! Pipe that takes "Certified Fresh in Theatres" and "Certified Fresh on DVD" RSS feeds from Rotten Tomatoes, merges them and removes duplicates.

Here's the link. The pipe seems to work.

The problem has for some time been that the Rotten Tomatoes feeds often have duplicate entries for the same film. At the time of writing, it's Captain America in the Fresh DVDs feed. I don't know how other RSS readers handle this, but in Google Reader the result is a seemingly endless stream of the same film. I've gotten 32 notifications for Captain America in the past couple of days alone.

I have notified RT of the problem more times than I care to remember. For some reason they seem to be unable to fix it. So, I thought that Yahoo! Pipes could be the solution.

Feel free to clone the pipe or use the RSS feed, although be warned that I may modify the pipe in the future -- I am for instance thinking of ignoring everything below 80%.

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Working with SyndicationItems from cache

2015-08-12T20:16:02+00:00

I'm not sure if I'm just missing something or what, but in modern apps, it seems like the only framework way of dealing with RSS/Atom is using Windows.Web.Syndication classes. The problem is this has a very strange limitation of only loading from a Uri, not from a stream or string. I can't see any way of loading from cache if the client is offline. I know I could resort to straight XML parsing, but I'd much rather use a framework item. Any suggestions?

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[Hiring](On-Site) Junior Full Stack Developer

2015-08-24T20:49:49+00:00

Local Eye Site is looking for a motivated entry-level full stack developer to join their web development team! We develop using the LAMP stack and several modern frameworks and libraries. If you are an aspiring web developer looking to get out of your house or a computer science student looking to put your skills to work in the real world, this might be the perfect opportunity for you. We have a cool office environment and a small team, so we promise not to stick you in a cubicle and forget about you – this is not a corporate job. We are looking for a talented, knowledge hungry full-stack web developer to join the team on a part-time basis.

Local Eye Site is a niche job board serving the eyecare industry. LocalEyeSite.com, in addition to publishing our customers’ jobs to the website on a subscription basis, offers several other recruitment advertising products and services including social media promotion, job syndication to aggregators, and targeted email blasts to a jobseeker user base numbering more than 100,000.

Responsibilities:

  • Investigate and troubleshoot incoming technical support tickets
  • Propose and write solutions for bugs
  • Create landing pages and HTML emails for marketing purposes
  • Design and develop new features as a valued member of the development team

Requirements: Must be local and able to work from our office at 601 Saint Mary’s Street, Raleigh.

Necessary Skills:

  • PHP, HTML, CSS, Vanilla JavaScript
  • JavaScript Libraries (jQuery, Underscore, Backbone)
  • Familiarity with XML/JSON manipulation in PHP and JavaScript
  • Must understand Object-Oriented Programming and the MVC pattern
  • Git

Familiarity with the following is a plus: * CakePHP * Bootstrap 3 * Command Line (Mac Terminal) * Amazon EC2 Instances

Time Commitment and Compensation:

  • 10 hours per week to start
  • $15 per hour

Apply at the official job description page: https://localeyesite.com/job/junior-full-stack-developer-0824-raleigh-north-carolina-11785

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Surgeons save Brazilian man's hand from amputation by sewing it into his belly | 'It’s a really weird feeling trying to wiggle my fingers inside my body'

2016-04-03T19:30:50+00:00

Summary generated by cruyff8's autosummarizer of http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/surgeons-save-brazilian-mans-hand-from-amputation-by-sewing-it-into-his-stomach-a6965366.html: [CDATA[//>