Slimy: another html5 slideshow

image0After seeing a coworker's presentation completely done using html5 and javascript, I really realized how much of a platform that html5 can be. Effectively, it's a ubiquitous platform by which any operating system can run code, with very little prior setup necessary. I really liked the concept of ...

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Passing perforce batch files

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My coworker showed this to me today: if you want to use a perforce command from the command line, and pass it a batch of filenames from a command (such as find or grep), simply use:

p4 COMMAND ${ENTER_COMMAND_HERE}

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Python Pet Peeves

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As of this posting, Python has been my main programming language for over three years. Although I definitely feel that Python is not a good fit for all programming projects, the speed and efficiency with which I can code in it has made it my go-to language whenever possible.

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Search and replace multi-line expressions with SED

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Now here's an interesting problem:

I wanted to do a recursive search and replace in unix, AND I wanted to do an expression that spans multiple lines. Here's what I came up with:

find ./ -type f | xargs sed -E -i -n'1h;1!H;${;g;s/<\/fileSet>.*<fileSet ...

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WebPageTest and IE9

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Recently, I tried updating the browser for a WebPageTest instance to IE9. This proved to have some issues, specifically due to the pop-up dialogues that IE9 has now to tell you when something suspicious occurs.

Logging into WPT, I was greeted with an error on an IE9 browser opened by ...

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My IDE in Emacs (mainly for Python)

I'm writing this article up to mainly keep track of the current state of my IDE in Emacs, how to set one up, and to keep my to-do list.

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Default Emacs Library Includes

I use the following from the library that comes with Emacs (as of version ...

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About Yusuke Tsutsumi
I work at Zillow. I focus on tools and services for developer productivity, including build and testing.

My other interests include programming language design, game development, and learning languages (the non-programming ones).