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Using OpenRefine to geocode your data with Google and OpenStreetMap API

In the previous article we saw how to take our comma-separated list of google contacts, and play with them using OpenRefine. We learned how to do things like filtering, faceting, normalizing data, removing duplicate rows and other pretty common tasks.

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Sharing you JavaScript Ninja secrets: Run your jasmine tests on jsFiddle

For those of you anxious to read the whole stuff, and asking for a quick and dirty TL;DR version of this, just go to the jsFiddle itself, it’s pretty much self-explanatory. JsFiddle is a great tool to show bits of

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Posted in development, javascript, tdd, tools, web development

Troubleshooting Javascript: humble homage to WAT

Javascript is not funny

Everyone who ever had the chance too see @garybernhardt‘s WAT presentation is secretly dreaming about emulating him some day… and luckily for all of us JavaScript provides us with plenty of opportunities to fulfil our wishes (BTW, don’t waste your

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Posted in backbone, development, javascript