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Check Duplicated Paths with LoDash (and Angular 2)

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One of the things I’m looking at is to be able to create a list of paths I’d want to scan. The first iteration had blind addition to the list. However, this would make the user’s responsibility to manage the duplicated paths, which is not really nice. Therefore, I think it’s a good thing to add some sort of path duplication detection in the code. The pseudo-code would be something like:

In this case, if we have a non-null item, then we already have something in the list. Otherwise,…read more

Applications for EPSO/AD/331/16

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The number of applications are: No. Section Places Candidates AC 1 Data Analysis and IT Service 30 852 9.5x 2 Digital Workplace, Office Automation and Mobile Computing 25 258 3.4x 3 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 14 208 5.0x 4 ICT Security 49 418 2.9x 5 IT Infrastructure 38 595 5.2x 6 IT Portfolio/Programme Management and Enterprise Architecture 24 626 8.7x AC: How many people compete for one place to the AC (which, in turn, is 3 times higher than the reserve list) HTH, A little experiment: If you find this…read more

Ergodox – TOC

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The ToC for the full series Day 1 – First diode Day 2 – More diodes Day 3 – Left side finished Day 4 – SMD diodes done Day 5 – Finished components soldering Day 6 – Switches are in Day 7 – Granite keycaps Parts list A little experiment: If you find this post and ad below useful, please check the ad out :-)

List Alarms in Android

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The other day I thought it would be a good idea to list set alarms in android, so I whipped up the following code:

Its idea is that we iterate through the alarm clocks set by the AlarmManager. This works quite OK, but it doesn’t show periodic alarms :(, so it’s of no immediate use to me. Therefore, I place it here in case someone finds this useful. A little experiment: If you find this post and ad below useful, please check the ad out :-)

Excel – Check if item exists in another column

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The other day I had to create a “diff” between two lists in excel. More exactly, I had to verify which emails were missing between two lists of emails. Solutions I could find two solutions to this problem, which are listed below. For both, I’ll assume that columns A and B contain the two lists and the formula is placed in column C. Nice way A more dedicated way is to take the element in B and check it against column A via a lookup. A formula like:

will…read more