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Semmle, startup that makes code searchable, hauls in $21M Series B

  • Semmle, a startup that originally spun out of research at Oxford, announced a $21 million Series B investment today led by Accel Partners.
  • Other investors include Work-Bench, Capital One, Credit Suisse, Google, Microsoft, NASA and Nasdaq Trust.
  • Once you create the right query, you can continuously run it against your code to prevent the same mistakes from entering the code base on subsequent builds.
  • The key here is building the queries and the company has a couple of ways to deal with that.
  • They can work with customers to help them create queries, although in the long run that is not a sustainable way of working.
  • They also have a paid version with customers like Microsoft, Google, Credit Suisse, NASA and Nasdaq.
  • With today’s investment they plan to build out their sales and marketing departments to expand their customer base into a wider enterprise market.

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Module Monday 9: Masonry gallery, Side-scroll cards, Dark contact form & more

  • Each Monday I post free, open-source mods you can use for quickly adding features to your website or web app.
  • Everything below is open source and free to use in any project you choose.
  • Anymod is a service that lets you build & add features like these easily.
  • Click a mod to see it in action along with its source code.
  • Anymod supports developers and open source, and Module Mondays are one way we give back to the developer community to help foster a more open, inclusive web.
  • I post new modules here every Monday -- I hope you find them useful!
  • Love technology and interested in good.
  • Mostly JS right now.
  • We’re a place where coders share, stay up-to-date and grow their careers.
  • We strive for transparency and don't collect excess data.

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This is everything WWE wrestler Ronda Rousey eats for breakfast, lunch, and dinner

  • UFC icon Ronda Rousey shocked the fight world when she signed a full-time contract with WWE in January.
  • She made a surprise appearance at the Royal Rumble, completed her professional wrestling debut at WrestleMania 34 on April 8, and has just become the WWE Raw Women's latest champion.
  • Rousey is one of the most famous fighters in the history of women's mixed martial arts.
  • The 30-year-old won a bronze medal at the 2008 Olympic Games, a Strikeforce bantamweight title, and a UFC bantamweight world title.
  • But what does she eat to remain ring-ready?
  • Here's what she eats for breakfast, lunch, and dinner on a typical day.
  • Sources: Cosmopolitan and UFC.
  • Sources: Cosmopolitan and Fox Sports.
  • Sources: ESPN and Fox Sports.
  • Source: Fox Sports.
  • Source: Cosmopolitan.

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Fail Mail #1: Failing at Git Publicly

  • One very scary thing about contributing to open source is failing.
  • Still, open source is a great thing and I contribute every single week.
  • It included some new documentation for the new feature (the let helper) as well as bumping the version.
  • When working with Git it’s important to think ahead, or at least to plan ahead.
  • Bumping the documentation version seemed like such a small thing.
  • Even though I have worked with Git for a lot of years now it still surprises me that I fail at so many random areas of Git. Whether it is planning commits, dealing with conflicts and doing rebases.
  • Do you want to share your fails with me and the Fail Mail community?
  • Write a comment or write me on Twitter (My DMs are open) and I'll include your fails in the next newsletter.

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Backyourstack: discover and sponsor your open-source dependencies

  • Discover the open source projects your organization is using that need financial support.
  • If you want to analyze non-public repositories, sign in with your GitHub account or simply upload package.json and composer.json files.
  • The uploaded files will not be shared with anyone and will be deleted when your session expire.
  • If you want to analyze non-public repositories, sign in with your GitHub account You can also simply upload package.json and composer.json files, use a desktop browser for that.
  • Simply drag'n'drop filesor click to select files to upload.
  • There was an error while uploading your files.
  • Only package.json and composer.json are accepted right now.
  • Please try again.
  • If the problem persists, please contact us.

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The first-round picks from Tom Brady's infamous 2000 NFL Draft

  • Yes, Brady fell all the way to the sixth round, making the rest of the league look silly, but what about the rest of the draft?
  • The first round had some noteworthy players, some of whom had some pretty successful careers.
  • Unfortunately, other picks didn't pan out so well.
  • Here's a look at the first 31 picks in the 2000 NFL Draft and where they are today.
  • Emmett Knowlton contributed to this report.
  • Source: The Sporting News.
  • Source: UM Hall of Fame.

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Going further on Openshift

  • By creating self-assembling builder images, you can version and control your build environments exactly like you use Docker images to version your runtime environments.
  • What will happen in practice is that Openshift will take your project's source, combine it with a builder docker image and generate the final runtime image used to run the application.
  • For example, we could allow user "snake" to view our "django-example" project, user "rattlesnake" to view and edit (trigger builds and deploys, etc.) and not give any access to user "badger".
  • Well, we are telling openshift to take the python:3.6 image and combine it with the source code available at
  • The Route is very similar to a Service, but will handle external requests that matches a specific hostname and can also handle encryption (https).
  • It is the project dashboard where we have an overview of the project, the applications deployed, routes, container status, etc.

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Op-ed: Energy Security and Blockchain: A Solution for Oil Politics and Geopolitics

  • Also, the second largest source, coal, stamps the authoritative position that convention fuels have on the production of power and achievement of Energy Security.
  • The management of this supply chain which begins at the source as the extracted product and ends up as energy at the consumer’s home/office is tedious, expensive, and opaque.
  • Regulation S is a “safe harbor” that defines when an offering of securities is deemed to be executed in another country and therefore not be subject to the registration requirement under section 5 of the 1933 Act. Just as thousands ICOs and their thousands of utility tokens found their way to the dead coins list because the market was not ready for them (or that they were outright scams) has taught us a valuable lesson — Be the disruptor.

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My first PR merged!

  • I have wanted to start contributing to open source projects for a long time.
  • So recently I pushed myself to do my first pull request.
  • That's an excellent start.
  • Documentation is something that's often lacking on OS projects.
  • I guarantee that more developers will use (and maybe chip in on) the project because they read your Russian documentation.
  • We’re a place where coders share, stay up-to-date and grow their careers.
  • We strive for transparency and don't collect excess data.

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A Melania source explains the meaning behind the controversial 'I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?' jacket she wore on a trip to visit immigrant children

  • The infamous jacket that first lady Melania Trump wore when she flew to Texas during the Trump administration's family separation crisis had an entirely different meaning than most people believed, a source close to the first lady told The New York Times.
  • The first lady attracted heavy criticism for wearing the jacket that read, "I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?" during part of her trip.
  • Many believed Trump's jacket was insensitive to the immigrant children she was visiting, who had been forcibly separated from their parents by the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy.
  • But the source told The Times that the message was actually directed at people who criticized her decision to visit the children.
  • The first lady's spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, has said repeatedly that the jacket wasn't meant to send a message at all.

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