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a person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible

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EFF Technology Projects Director Peter Eckersley said that his organization was "very pleased" to see Mitro release its code under a General Public License on GitHub.
In December 2013, SAP announced contributions to the open source community, such as the SAP HANA database client via GitHub site that enables developers to efficiently connect Node.
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia by and on behalf of Georgia Institute of Technology invites you to participate in an invitation for bid on GitHub Enterprise licenses with unlimited seats.
The project is available on GitHub now: https://github.
In an interview with CU Times, TMG senior product manager Brian Day said See2Pay will be made available to the developer community through a service called GitHub.
Users can also download Source Han Sans for free through SourceForge or GitHub.
The source code library is open and available at GitHub, a software development support service.
Appendices provide instruction in how to set up an Android environment for application development, and using Github.
Chapters are packed with example code maintained in a public GitHub repository, show how to build interactive visualizations with D3.
Users who want to experiment with the program can also download it from Bublitz's GitHub profile, the report added.
Shopify powers online retail sites including small businesses such as Github and The Chive to big ticket businesses including Tesla Motors and General Electric.
It covers code development in many ways and offers common-use cases, a review of both basic and advanced functions, and keys to navigating and contributing to open-source projects through GitHub, and is the perfect item of choice for any programmer who would learn GIT's applications.
The Folly library is posted on GitHub, and Facebook will add new components as they are written, according to DeLong.
A copy of the paper submitted to Open Research Computation was available for review on the Nature Precedings Web site while the source code was available on GitHub, a Web-based hosting service for software development projects that use the Git revision control system.
GitHub, the source code hosting and collaboration service, has hit a major milestone tonight: the site is now hosting one million projects, confirmed Scott Chacon, VP of Research and Development at GitHub.