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Archive for September 9th, 2019

Jim Rohn: You’re The Average Of The Five People You Spend The Most Time With – Business Insider

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/09/09

Interesting point of view: [WayBack] Jim Rohn: You’re The Average Of The Five People You Spend The Most Time With – Business Insider

From quite a while ago, via [WayBack] Select your friends and working partners wisely! “You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with.” – Jim Rohn – Marjan Venema – Google+

–jeroen

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Two Principles for Scaling Any Agile Approach – Spikes And Stories

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/09/09

Food for thought:

Let’s put aside frameworks for the moment and focus on the principles of scaling any agile approach. Why should we scale? When?

TL;DR

  • Make it work before you make it scale
  • Strive for simplicity

Source: [WayBack] Two Principles for Scaling Any Agile Approach – Spikes And Stories

Via [WayBack] Two Principles for Scaling Any Agile Approach – Spikes And Stories – Marjan Venema – Google+

–jeroen

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Linux command shows a list of all subdirectories that contain a least one .xml file – Thomas Mueller

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/09/09

Via [WayBack] So I don’t forget: The following Linux command shows a list of all subdirectories that contain a least one .xml file… – Thomas Mueller (dummzeuch) – Google+:

[WayBack]Find all subdirectories containing xml files on Linux command line

find . -type f -name '*.xml' | sed -r 's|/[^/]+$||' | sort | uniq

The sed bit is explained in [WayBack] Get list of subdirectories which contain a file matching a string:

The sed command consists of a single substitute. It looks for matches to the regular expression /[^/]+$ and replaces anything matching that with nothing. The dollar sign means the end of the line. [^/]+' means one or more characters that are not slashes. Thus, /[^/]+$ means all characters from the final slash to the end of the line. In other words, this matches the file name at the end of the full path. Thus, the sed command removes the file name, leaving unchanged the name of directory that the file was in.

–jeroen

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xs4all, vaste IP adressen en reverse DNS

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/09/09

Voor mijn link archief: [WayBack] KPN legt voornemen om te stoppen met Xs4All voor aan ondernemingsraad – IT Pro – Nieuws – Tweakers

–jeroen

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