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In the [...], the normal profit for a firm may be considered fixed.
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According to Aristotle in On the Heavens, the heavenly bodies are the most perfect realities, (or "substances"), whose motions are ruled by principles other than those of bodies in the sublunary sphere

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is astronomical theory and his ideas on the concrete workings of the terrestrial world. It should not be confused with the spurious work On the Universe (De mundo, also known as On the Cosmos). <span>According to Aristotle in On the Heavens, the heavenly bodies are the most perfect realities, (or "substances"), whose motions are ruled by principles other than those of bodies in the sublunary sphere. The latter are composed of one or all of the four classical elements (earth, water, air, fire) and are perishable; but the matter of which the heavens are made is imperishable aether,




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According to [...] in [...] , the heavenly bodies are the most perfect realities, (or "substances"), whose motions are ruled by principles other than those of bodies in the sublunary sphere
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is astronomical theory and his ideas on the concrete workings of the terrestrial world. It should not be confused with the spurious work On the Universe (De mundo, also known as On the Cosmos). <span>According to Aristotle in On the Heavens, the heavenly bodies are the most perfect realities, (or "substances"), whose motions are ruled by principles other than those of bodies in the sublunary sphere. The latter are composed of one or all of the four classical elements (earth, water, air, fire) and are perishable; but the matter of which the heavens are made is imperishable aether,







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According to Aristotle in On the Heavens, the heavenly bodies are the most perfect realities, (or "[...]"), whose [...] are ruled by principles other than those of bodies in the sublunary sphere
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substances
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is astronomical theory and his ideas on the concrete workings of the terrestrial world. It should not be confused with the spurious work On the Universe (De mundo, also known as On the Cosmos). <span>According to Aristotle in On the Heavens, the heavenly bodies are the most perfect realities, (or "substances"), whose motions are ruled by principles other than those of bodies in the sublunary sphere. The latter are composed of one or all of the four classical elements (earth, water, air, fire) and are perishable; but the matter of which the heavens are made is imperishable aether,







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Aristotle seems to regard celestial bodies as living beings with a rational soul as their form

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hich, unlike the earthly up-and down-ward locomotions, can last eternally selfsame. As substances, celestial bodies have matter (aether) and form (a given period of uniform rotation). Sometimes <span>Aristotle seems to regard them as living beings with a rational soul as their form[1] (see also Metaphysics, bk. XII). This work is significant as one of the defining pillars of the Aristotelian worldview, a school of philosophy that dominated intellectual thinking fo




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[...] seems to regard celestial bodies as living beings with a rational soul as their form
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hich, unlike the earthly up-and down-ward locomotions, can last eternally selfsame. As substances, celestial bodies have matter (aether) and form (a given period of uniform rotation). Sometimes <span>Aristotle seems to regard them as living beings with a rational soul as their form[1] (see also Metaphysics, bk. XII). This work is significant as one of the defining pillars of the Aristotelian worldview, a school of philosophy that dominated intellectual thinking fo







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Aristotelian philosophy and cosmology was influential in the Islamic world, where his ideas were taken up by the Falsafa school of philosophy

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s derived. Contents 1 Historical connections 2 Translations 2.1 English 2.2 French 2.3 German 2.4 Italian 3 See also 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External links Historical connections[edit] <span>Aristotelian philosophy and cosmology was influential in the Islamic world, where his ideas were taken up by the Falsafa school of philosophy throughout the later half of the first millennia AD. Of these, philosophers Averroes and Avicenna are especially notable. Averroes in particular wrote extensively about On The Heavens,




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Aristotelian philosophy and cosmology was influential in the Islamic world, where his ideas were taken up by the [...] school of philosophy
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Falsafa (uma indicação para parte filosófica islâmica de matematica, lógica e física)


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s derived. Contents 1 Historical connections 2 Translations 2.1 English 2.2 French 2.3 German 2.4 Italian 3 See also 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External links Historical connections[edit] <span>Aristotelian philosophy and cosmology was influential in the Islamic world, where his ideas were taken up by the Falsafa school of philosophy throughout the later half of the first millennia AD. Of these, philosophers Averroes and Avicenna are especially notable. Averroes in particular wrote extensively about On The Heavens,







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Aristotle argues that the cosmos and its heavenly bodies are in perpetual motion and always has been

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y tanned, and is actually in the process of this potentiality. So, motion is the actuality of the potentiality of a being, in the very way that it is a potentiality. In Book 8.1 of the Physics, <span>Aristotle argues that the cosmos and its heavenly bodies are in perpetual motion and always has been. There could not have been a time with no motion, whatever is moved is moved by itself or by another. Rest is simply a privation of motion. Thus, if there were a time without motion, th




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Aristotle argues that the cosmos and its heavenly bodies are in perpetual [...] and always has been
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y tanned, and is actually in the process of this potentiality. So, motion is the actuality of the potentiality of a being, in the very way that it is a potentiality. In Book 8.1 of the Physics, <span>Aristotle argues that the cosmos and its heavenly bodies are in perpetual motion and always has been. There could not have been a time with no motion, whatever is moved is moved by itself or by another. Rest is simply a privation of motion. Thus, if there were a time without motion, th







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Anaximander (pré-socrático) speculated and argued about "the Boundless" as the origin of all that is.

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t Encyclopedia of Philosophy Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Search Primary Menu Skip to content A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z × search Anaximander (c. 610—546 B.C.E.) <span>Anaximander was the author of the first surviving lines of Western philosophy. He speculated and argued about "the Boundless" as the origin of all that is. He also worked on the fields of what we now call geography and biology. Moreover, Anaximander was the first speculative astronomer. He originated the world-picture of the open universe,




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t Encyclopedia of Philosophy Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Search Primary Menu Skip to content A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z × search Anaximander (c. 610—546 B.C.E.) <span>Anaximander was the author of the first surviving lines of Western philosophy. He speculated and argued about "the Boundless" as the origin of all that is. He also worked on the fields of what we now call geography and biology. Moreover, Anaximander was the first speculative astronomer. He originated the world-picture of the open universe,







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t Encyclopedia of Philosophy Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy Search Primary Menu Skip to content A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z × search Anaximander (c. 610—546 B.C.E.) <span>Anaximander was the author of the first surviving lines of Western philosophy. He speculated and argued about "the Boundless" as the origin of all that is. He also worked on the fields of what we now call geography and biology. Moreover, Anaximander was the first speculative astronomer. He originated the world-picture of the open universe,







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vacuuming up data to make better decisions about everything from product development and advertising to hiring

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“companies in the top third of their industry in the use of data-driven decision making were, on average, 5% more productive and 6% more profitable than their competitors” even after accounting for several confounding factors.

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Data and algorithms have a tendency to outperform human intuition in a wide variety of circumstances

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most important steps in beginning to make decisions with data is to pick the right metrics. Good metrics “are consistent, cheap, and quick to collect.” But most importantly, they must capture something your business cares about

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distinctions to make is between analytics and experiments. The former provides data on what is happening in a business, the latter actively tests out different approaches with different consumer or employee segments and measures the difference in response.

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managers have a critical role to play in the beginning and end of the process, framing the question and analyzing the results

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six questions that managers should ask to push back on their analysts’ conclusions: 1. What was the source of your data? 2. How well do the sample data represent the population? 3. Does your data distribution include outliers? How did they affect the results? 4. What assumptions are behind your analysis? Might certain conditions render your assumptions and your model invalid? 5. Why did you decide on that particular analytical approach? What alternatives did you consider? 6. How likely is it that the independent variables are actually causing the changes in the dependent variable? Might other analyses establish causality more clearly

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Learning basic statistical principles and methods is essential, but you don’t need a PhD in the stuff.

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decision-making process are your sweet spots—namely, identifying the central problem or question and presenting and acting on the results.

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establish a culture of inquiry that focuses on learning the real truth behind the numbers.

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general managers who can partner effectively with “quants” to ensure that their work yields better strategic and tactical decisions

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In git, issue single command to create new "release-1.2" branch from master and switch to using it.
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git checkout -b release-1.2


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In git, the command "git checkout -b release-1.2 master" is a combination of which 2 commands?
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git branch release-1.2 master
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Operational files may also be needed that cover several tasks (Issues in France). These also are each contained within a coverslip. All these coverslips are stored in a tray, or trays, called WORK IN PROGRESS (WIP)

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space for handwritten notes. If the documents form too bulky a pile then the task is split into two coverslips (TASK 3 Sales and TASK 3 HR) with a reference to each on the front sheet of each. <span>Operational files may also be needed that cover several tasks (Issues in France). These also are each contained within a coverslip. All these coverslips are stored in a tray, or trays, called WORK IN PROGRESS (WIP). There is no specific order to the paper within the coverslips. It is a principle of the system that every piece of paper is looked at once a week. In practice, the most recently-referr




There is no specific order to the paper within the coverslips. It is a principle of the system that every piece of paper is looked at once a week.

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also be needed that cover several tasks (Issues in France). These also are each contained within a coverslip. All these coverslips are stored in a tray, or trays, called WORK IN PROGRESS (WIP). <span>There is no specific order to the paper within the coverslips. It is a principle of the system that every piece of paper is looked at once a week. In practice, the most recently-referred to pieces of paper are near the top: this facilitates culling in due course. This weekly review is the key to the system's success. It means that




Every tray or space is governed by a series of rules that are easy to implement and require no effort to maintain. Most of the rules relate to time, but there is an overarching rule that any tray or box that becomes full is attended to immediately.

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n human short-term memory whilst the review is being carried out. Flicking through paper does not involve any mental effort: certainly far less than logging in and out of documents on a screen. <span>Every tray or space is governed by a series of rules that are easy to implement and require no effort to maintain. Most of the rules relate to time, but there is an overarching rule that any tray or box that becomes full is attended to immediately. This I have understood is, or was, a feature of Japanese production lines: a physical space, or KANBAN, is allocated for the output of a process and as input to the next process. If a K




Work comes in. It can be formal on paper, jottings on a telephone call just received, or a printout of an email with information that will need to be referred to frequently. All this paper is put loose into a filing tray marked OVERNIGHT AND TODAY. There is one rule for this tray.
OVERNIGHT AND TODAY must be empty at the end of the day.

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ss. If a KANBAN becomes full, then inputs cease to be added and priority is given to reducing the contents to an acceptable amount. The system is initiated by a very simple series of processes. <span>Work comes in. It can be formal on paper, jottings on a telephone call just received, or a printout of an email with information that will need to be referred to frequently. All this paper is put loose into a filing tray marked OVERNIGHT AND TODAY. There is one rule for this tray. OVERNIGHT AND TODAY must be empty at the end of the day. The PAPER WORKSPACE, is normally the square yard or so of the desk beside the computer. This can contain any amount of paper in any order or piles or scatterings. There are three rules




The PAPER WORKSPACE, is normally the square yard or so of the desk beside the computer. This can contain any amount of paper in any order or piles or scatterings. There are three rules that govern the use of the paper workspace.
PAPER WORKSPACE must never contain paper from more than one task
PAPERWORKSPACE must be cleared when current task is completed
PAPER WORKSPACE must be cleared at the end of the working day

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o be referred to frequently. All this paper is put loose into a filing tray marked OVERNIGHT AND TODAY. There is one rule for this tray. OVERNIGHT AND TODAY must be empty at the end of the day. <span>The PAPER WORKSPACE, is normally the square yard or so of the desk beside the computer. This can contain any amount of paper in any order or piles or scatterings. There are three rules that govern the use of the paper workspace. PAPER WORKSPACE must never contain paper from more than one task PAPERWORKSPACE must be cleared when current task is completed PAPER WORKSPACE must be cleared at the end of the working day In the simplest situation all this work is all for the same task. You put the paper from overnight and today into the workspace, works on it until whatever you are doing is finished for




In the simplest situation all this work is all for the same task. You put the paper from overnight and today into the workspace, works on it until whatever you are doing is finished for the moment (or until you are permanently interrupted) at which point it goes into a coverslip in a filing tray labelled CURRENT TASK. When you are ready to resume work on it the contents are taken out and scattered in workspace as before. There are two rules for current task.
CURRENT TASK must contain paper only in a coverslip
CURRENT TASK must contain only one coverslip and contents

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ace. PAPER WORKSPACE must never contain paper from more than one task PAPERWORKSPACE must be cleared when current task is completed PAPER WORKSPACE must be cleared at the end of the working day <span>In the simplest situation all this work is all for the same task. You put the paper from overnight and today into the workspace, works on it until whatever you are doing is finished for the moment (or until you are permanently interrupted) at which point it goes into a coverslip in a filing tray labelled CURRENT TASK. When you are ready to resume work on it the contents are taken out and scattered in workspace as before. There are two rules for current task. CURRENT TASK must contain paper only in a coverslip CURRENT TASK must contain only one coverslip and contents IMMEDIATE ADVANTAGES The first advantage of this system is that it grows organically. Task files are not set up until they are needed. The second advantage is that the system recognises




It is a fortunate (or very bored) executive who only has one task to control. New tasks are dealt with in exactly the same way as the first. However, because there can only ever be one current task, the new coverslips are stored in the filing tray called WORK IN PROGRESS. From time to time they will become the current task.

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side by side, clip to or unclip from. The third advantage is that paper never goes missing because the chaos of paper on the desk is all from one task. MULTIPLE TASKS AND "TOO PRESSURED TODAY" <span>It is a fortunate (or very bored) executive who only has one task to control. New tasks are dealt with in exactly the same way as the first. However, because there can only ever be one current task, the new coverslips are stored in the filing tray called WORK IN PROGRESS. From time to time they will become the current task. Loose paper is never passed between these trays, only in coverslips. New documents (or documents that may have become misfiled) can of course be transferred into coverslips. Pressure of




Pressure of work will often prevent you from giving thought to everything in OVERNIGHT AND TODAY. Anything unattended during the day or at the end of the day to is dropped into a tray or box on the desktop called HOLDING.

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e the current task. Loose paper is never passed between these trays, only in coverslips. New documents (or documents that may have become misfiled) can of course be transferred into coverslips. <span>Pressure of work will often prevent you from giving thought to everything in OVERNIGHT AND TODAY. Anything unattended during the day or at the end of the day to is dropped into a tray or box on the desktop called HOLDING. More rules: WORK IN PROGRESS is thinned out (or expanded) when full HOLDING is reviewed every day, and thinned out when full Documents from holding may be passed back into overnight and




WORK IN PROGRESS is thinned out (or expanded) when full

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from giving thought to everything in OVERNIGHT AND TODAY. Anything unattended during the day or at the end of the day to is dropped into a tray or box on the desktop called HOLDING. More rules: <span>WORK IN PROGRESS is thinned out (or expanded) when full HOLDING is reviewed every day, and thinned out when full Documents from holding may be passed back into overnight and today. The purpose of the system is not to dispose of documents but




HOLDING is reviewed every day, and thinned out when full
Documents from holding may be passed back into overnight and today. The purpose of the system is not to dispose of documents but to ensure that they are regularly reviewed.

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. Anything unattended during the day or at the end of the day to is dropped into a tray or box on the desktop called HOLDING. More rules: WORK IN PROGRESS is thinned out (or expanded) when full <span>HOLDING is reviewed every day, and thinned out when full Documents from holding may be passed back into overnight and today. The purpose of the system is not to dispose of documents but to ensure that they are regularly reviewed. REVIEW OF TASKS All tasks in WORK IN PROGRESS AND CURRENT TASK are reviewed once a week. Every document (say 1-3,000) in work in progress and current task is scanned through. It will no




All tasks in WORK IN PROGRESS AND CURRENT TASK are reviewed once a week. Every document (say 1-3,000) in work in progress and current task is scanned through.

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full Documents from holding may be passed back into overnight and today. The purpose of the system is not to dispose of documents but to ensure that they are regularly reviewed. REVIEW OF TASKS <span>All tasks in WORK IN PROGRESS AND CURRENT TASK are reviewed once a week. Every document (say 1-3,000) in work in progress and current task is scanned through. It will normally take less than half-an-hour, THE REMAINING ELEMENTS AND PROCESSES The blue border represents the conceptual boundaries of the desk. The desk of course is rectangular or




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In git, you have branch "release-1.2" and you've merged all its changes to target branch (probably master), how do you delete branch "release-1.2"?
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Very large bound documents do not fit well into this system. As far as is possible they should be accessed on the screen (ELECTRONIC WORKSPACE) in conjunction with the paper processing in paper workspace, and individual copies of pages can of course be printed out.

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ess than half-an-hour, THE REMAINING ELEMENTS AND PROCESSES The blue border represents the conceptual boundaries of the desk. The desk of course is rectangular or L-shaped like any normal desk! <span>Very large bound documents do not fit well into this system. As far as is possible they should be accessed on the screen (ELECTRONIC WORKSPACE) in conjunction with the paper processing in paper workspace, and individual copies of pages can of course be printed out. Where this takes too much time, a separate archive of bound documents may be kept on the desk. This is DESK ARCHIVE. As a general rule, all documents are filed electronically (ELECTRONI




Where this takes too much time, a separate archive of bound documents may be kept on the desk. This is DESK ARCHIVE.

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s possible they should be accessed on the screen (ELECTRONIC WORKSPACE) in conjunction with the paper processing in paper workspace, and individual copies of pages can of course be printed out. <span>Where this takes too much time, a separate archive of bound documents may be kept on the desk. This is DESK ARCHIVE. As a general rule, all documents are filed electronically (ELECTRONIC ARCHIVE). Some formal project documents may need to be kept on paper: Architect's Certificates, purchase orders, an




As a general rule, all documents are filed electronically (ELECTRONIC ARCHIVE). Some formal project documents may need to be kept on paper: Architect's Certificates, purchase orders, and formal sign offs as example. These are not part of operational work control and should be kept in a CUPBOARD ARCHIVE or filing cabinet.

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aper workspace, and individual copies of pages can of course be printed out. Where this takes too much time, a separate archive of bound documents may be kept on the desk. This is DESK ARCHIVE. <span>As a general rule, all documents are filed electronically (ELECTRONIC ARCHIVE). Some formal project documents may need to be kept on paper: Architect's Certificates, purchase orders, and formal sign offs as example. These are not part of operational work control and should be kept in a CUPBOARD ARCHIVE or filing cabinet. The frequent review process will lead to a continual winnowing of paper. This is dumped into a CULLING BOX (an empty box of photocopier reams is ideal) and this is reviewed when it beco




This is dumped into a CULLING BOX (an empty box of photocopier reams is ideal) and this is reviewed when it becomes full.

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s as example. These are not part of operational work control and should be kept in a CUPBOARD ARCHIVE or filing cabinet. The frequent review process will lead to a continual winnowing of paper. <span>This is dumped into a CULLING BOX (an empty box of photocopier reams is ideal) and this is reviewed when it becomes full. This is a last backstop to prevent anything valuable being thrown out. Anything having lain undisturbed in the bottom of the culling box for a month or so can safely be placed in the TR




This is a last backstop to prevent anything valuable being thrown out. Anything having lain undisturbed in the bottom of the culling box for a month or so can safely be placed in the TRASH.

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he frequent review process will lead to a continual winnowing of paper. This is dumped into a CULLING BOX (an empty box of photocopier reams is ideal) and this is reviewed when it becomes full. <span>This is a last backstop to prevent anything valuable being thrown out. Anything having lain undisturbed in the bottom of the culling box for a month or so can safely be placed in the TRASH. MINOR NOTES The system operates perfectly as described in the foregoing pages. Attempts by well-meaning (but misguided) colleagues to graft on Pending trays and Bring-forward files, and




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The following is a summary of the rules.

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any other member of the team or the office who can operate the system in your (frequent) absences with virtually no training. The system holds information in piles, but the piles are labelled. <span>The following is a summary of the rules. -- Martin Ternouth (email ), December 15, 2003 Wow. Really, Martin. Wow. I would say I have a similar system but not as formal or complex. I order my project folders (very nice thick cl




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In git, you have branch "release-1.2" you are currently working on, you've commited bunch of chages to it, how do you merge the changes back to master?
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git checkout master
git merge --no-ff release-1.2


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In git, when you merge your release branch back to master before a release (git checkout master; git merge --no-ff release-1.2), what command is best practice to issue now for future reference to this historical release version?
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git tag -a 1.2
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In git, it is best practice to make the [...] branch your source of truch and branch where releases are deployed from (via perhaps git webhook whenever code is commited to this branch).
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master


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In git, when you do a sprint, where multiple features will be worked on, it is good to create a [...] branch from master (and merge back to master when done).
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release


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In git, when you do a sprint, where multiple features will be worked on, it is good to create a release branch from [...] branch
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master


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In git, when you have a release branch, and you just want to work on a specific feature, create a [...] branch from release branch (and merge back to release branch when done).
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feature


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The part in the viewport changes color (to green on my system) indicating it has been assigned a section.

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