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  1. Core Intuition » Episode 167: That Little Tinge Of Uncertainty

    Daniel and Manton talk about Daniel’s first open-source Swift code, whether Daniel will give up the Git vs. Mercurial fight, and answer listener Q&A about whether and when to adopt Swift.

    Download (MP3, 48 minutes, 23 MB)

    Blockpass – Daniel’s GitHub-hosted Swift-inclusive project.

    Mercurial – A fine version control system that not enough people appreciate.

    Tower – OS X client app for managing Git repositories.

    Gitbox – Another OS X client app for Git.

    Sponsored by Core Intuition Jobs: Connecting iOS and Mac Cocoa developers with their next dream job.

    —Huffduffed by mikeful

  2. FLOSS Weekly 122: Mercurial

    "… The free, distributed source control management tool Mercurial."


    Tagged with open-source

    —Huffduffed by ideasatrandom

  3. DPCRadio: Advanced Git

    Besides OpenSource projects like the Linux Kernel, OpenJDK or Perl, companies increasingly use distributed version control systems like Git and Mercurial. Their unique features makes new and modern work-flows possible, which are particularly useful in agil development.

    The talk gives a introduction to the advanced features of Git and the fundamental concepts of modern distributed version control systems.

    —Huffduffed by j4mie

  4. An streaming-audio recording of the session

    —Huffduffed by springy

  5. Self-Control - SOMA Church Community: Santa Rosa, CA

    This sermon looks at what self-control is biblically, why self-control is necessary, and how we can position ourselves for growth in self-control.

    —Huffduffed by horatioalderaan

  6. Self Control | United Church of God

    Have you been raised in an environment of self-control or lack of self-control? Self-control is given as one of the examples of the fruits of Holy Spirit. A gift from God that must be exercised and built like a muscle. Self Control helps us moderate our actions, thoughts, feelings, appetites and passions.

    —Huffduffed by horatioalderaan

  7. Learn to Control What You Can Control » Money Boss

    YOU are responsible for determining your future. It’s not up to god or luck or fate. It’s up to YOU. You have to make good things happen.


    Tagged with jdroth

    —Huffduffed by michaelkisan

  8. ExplicitWeb - Episode 1 - Pilot

    On this week’s show Rob talks about local development environments, Hannah tackles the intricacies of Subversion and Git version control, and John rants about why designing in the browser isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

    —Huffduffed by robhawkes

  9. The Rewilding: A Metaphor

    Long ago, when we started using technology, we lacked the collective cognizance to define the limits we wanted to exercise control within, so we tried controlling everything. The notion of technological advancement was about the degree of control exercised over nature. However, the modern trend indicates an inversion of that philosophy. According to sci-fi author Karl Schroeder, the world is now reaching a point where we are learning when to let go, and that, he says, is working well.

    There is evidence now that it is sometimes possible to get things done more efficiently by relinquishing the traditional methods of control. Open source, democracy, government 2.0, and the invisible hand of the free market, to name a few, are mechanisms that demonstrate of the success of this inversion. He refers to the handing over of control to the self-willed as "rewilding." The original definition of the word "wild" was "self-willed." To "rewild," therefore, is to subscribe to the surrender of control, albeit a conditional renunciation.

    Open source is an example of organizational rewilding that eliminates top-down, hierarchical, carrot and stick control and replaces it with a different system of incentives. Wikinomics, slashdot, wikipedia, where knowledge organizes itself from the ground-up, crowdsourcing, open government, government 2.0 — all involve the idea of relinquishing traditional control in favor of knowing when to control and when to leave alone. The value of open source is an example of the value of self-willed.

    Karl foresees a time when we understand ourselves and our world well enough that we’ll know when to trust, and learn when to control. Open source is a part of that process.

    —Huffduffed by Clampants

  10. Escape Pod Episode 398 - Subversion

    A sci-fi story about real life version control? Yes please!

    —Huffduffed by stevegrossi