harvesthq/how-to-walkabout: Public documentation for how to make your OWN Walkabout event

Harvest, a leader in time tracking, created WalkaboutNYC in 2010, and has been organizing this event in New York City each year since. Over the years, we’ve had many inquiries from people who want to organize Walkabouts outside New York City, so we decided to open source the idea, and share our experience. We hope that this will help you along as you prepare for your own event.

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A Guide to Demo Day Presentations · The Macro

In 2005 Y Combinator held its first Demo Day. Eight companies showed off their products and sold their vision to an audience of about 15 investors. Today, accelerators and incubators around the world hold their own demo days, and in 2016 over 200 YC companies will describe their startups to an audience of hundreds. Creating an effective demo day presentation has become an important part of participating in YC, not just due to the importance of Demo Day, but because the very process of fashioning the presentation is valuable. Surprisingly, it can be the first time founders achieve clarity together and come to a shared understanding of their story.1

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Surround 360 is now open source | Engineering Blog | Facebook Code | Facebook

This rendering pipeline produces high-resolution stereo 3D-360 panoramas that occupy the full 360-degree x 180-degree sphere for a highly immersive experience. We have taken great care to preserve image quality at every step of the pipeline, to optimize for speed, and to produce the most accurate approximation to reality that is practical with off-the-shelf hardware. We are very excited to contribute all the hardware designs and software as open source and to continue to iterate on the design, the code, and

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iOS中的 NSURLProtocol – 简书

最近做SDK开发的时候,为了给QA编写一个测试工具,方便调试和记录请求内容。但是又不想改动已经写好的SDK代码。本来想到用methodSwizzle,但是发现SDK要开放一些私有的类出来,太麻烦,也不方便最后的打包。于是网上搜了下,如何黑魔法下系统的回调函数,无意中发现了NSURLProtocol这个牛逼玩意。。。所有问题都被它给解决了。。。。

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