Type Coercion Rules In Javascript

In order for readers to be able to understand those crazy equality examples in Javascript Catches And Pitfalls – part1 (equality and comparisons), here’s a list of rules Javascript follows when coercing variable types. I would’ve put this into the mentioned post, but I’m afraid the post would get waaaaaaaaay to long. So here we […]

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OMG, I uploaded a bunch of (not mine) dicpics to our client’s server!!!

I’m a hobbyist photographer (and I started messing with audio and video too lately), and I’m watching this weekly photography webcast/podcast, FroKnowsPhoto Rawtalk, on regular basis. In the podcast, there’s section called Photo News, where one of the guys, Stephen, reads photography, video and audio related news from the past 7 days, and then they […]

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Nasa released the original code for Apollo 11 guidance computer, few hours later the first “issue” has been reported.

NASA released the original source code for Apollo 11 guidance computer (AGC) yesterday. The code was released on GitHub, and few hours later someone reported the first “issue“. A customer has had a fairly serious problem with stirring the cryogenic tanks with a circuit fault present. To reproduce: Build CSM Perform mission up to translunar […]

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