A progressive JPEG image is made up of a series of "Scans". Each Scan provides progressively more information for each MCU block (more A/C coefficients). The first scan is usually just the DC values for each MCU. This happens to be the perfect amount of information to get you a 1/8th sized thumbnail image.
In the JPEG file, each scan starts with a SOS (start of scan) marker of FFDA. In order to know how much data is needed to completely hold the first scan, simply search the file data for the start of the second scan (the second FFDA marker) and you have your answer. Because of the marker byte rules, the 2 byte sequence FF DA cannot be anything but the SOS marker. Compressed data which needs to encode the value FF followed by DA would have to be encoded as FF 00 DA.
We’re basically forced to switch to self hosting due to the bizarre way Google implements statistics for Google Fonts. 1 out of 1000 requests will include a “tracking font” which is actually invalid and breaks document.fonts.load. This was an incredibly frustrating bug to track down.
When I interviewed Jamie for a position at ZenTech, he seemed like an enthusiastic engineer. With solid tech skills, ideas for process and product improvement, and a great team attitude, he was the obvious choice.
But, two years later, Jamie was “that guy”. You know, the one who wants to code without being bothered.
Il y a un espèce de mythe autour du «daily stand-up», et dans de nombreuses boites il se retrouve utilisé à toutes les sauces de manière totalement inutile.
Les situations où un «daily stand-up» est inutile voire nuisible sont bien résumées dans l'article :
Everyone is working on their own tasks / user stories, with very little need for coordination outside of the regular sprint meetings. This can cause a host of other problems, but you probably do not need a daily standup meeting.
People are not even working on the same project. Everyone on the "team" is on a different project, e.g. people in an agency working for different customers. So your team is not even a team!
Your team is working closely together all the time. They are co-located, and they always work together on a single user story. Everyone already knows what everybody else is doing, so you do not need a daily meeting where everyone is stating the obvious.
Je soupçonne que la raison principale pour laquelle la majorité des boites qui font des «stand-up» en font, c'est parce que ça donne une impression de contrôle au management.
It is mainly used for reporting the progress to a manager