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Now-a-days one could call “Database API” using JavaScript (CouchDB). With the rise of Server-Side JavaScript (SSJS), one could write server side logic of a web application using JavaScript (NodeJS). One could write client portion of a web application quickly (ExtJS/jQuery UI) using fast/performant (jQuery) JavaScript. One could also use frameworks such as Knockout.js/Underscore.js/Backbone.js to assemble together a MVC/MVVM/MV* style web apps in quick time. One could even develop mobile applications using JavaScript (Appcelerator Titanium).
Rich two-way binding based on libraries like Handlebars is the norm these days.Frameworks like Meteor are also on their way to the developer toolbox to solve concurrency & scalability issues and let the developer only be concerned about developing what they want in a high level way.
Not to mention the beast that is the Html5 as it holds a lot of promise for the future. W3C Web Workers is coming onto the scene as a form of “threading” and supported i

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According to Wikipedia:

“The Hippocratic Oath is an oath traditionally taken by doctors swearing to ethically practice medicine.”

The term ‘Hippocratic Oath’ was coined solely for medical practitioners or physicians really. So, I felt curious if there is any such guideline or ethical doco for a software engineer like me. In googling for this, I came across some interesting links across the web. Some of which are there only for the sake of fun while others are mostly created by folks on ethical boundaries. Here they are:

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Most of you might already be aware of the paradigm shift problem in ajax apps in terms of the browser back button not working out of the box.

The problem and some of the generic solutions to it is described in more detail in the following articles. Suffice is to say that by integrating ergonomic display features such as back and forward navigation, we can make it simpler and more intuitive for the end user to immerse into the richer internet applications (RIA) that we can now create:

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Learn the seven basic ways of working with your breathing, from an interview with Dennis Lewis: http://bit.ly/Nt9oI via @denlew [from http://twitter.com/velvetflair/statuses/4125307665]

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"This is a real photo of a soap bubble bursting" - wow! http://bit.ly/Yft0E (via @junal) [from http://twitter.com/velvetflair/statuses/2670935371]

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It’s fantasy cricket time once again as countries lock horns against countries in the ICC Champions Trophy 2009 scheduled to begin on the 22nd of September, 2009.

According to Wikipedia, the 2009 ICC Champions Trophy is a One Day International cricket tournament to be held in South Africa between 22 September and 5 October.

Earlier this year, I ran another league on the T20 World Cup that was held in England during the month of June. Here’s that posting for you to get up to speed with the game:

Announcing new league on Cricinfo Fantasy Cricket for T20 World Cup 2009

Cricinfo has just announced couple of games for the upcoming 8 team Champions Trophy tournament.

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The Way of Testivus - Unit Testing Wisdom From An Ancient Software Start-up http://bit.ly/W55tW [from http://twitter.com/velvetflair/statuses/2663286469]

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