Discoveries At This Site – Javascript Debounce Function

Discoveries At This Site – Javascript Debounce Function

Nearly 2000 years ago, Native Americans in the Southern Appalachian Mountains established a seasonal gathering place in what is now a neighborhood outside Canton. Discoveries at this site, known as Garden Creek, suggest it served as a home for native craftspeople who produced artifacts for a religious and cultural movement that swept ancient North America. Until recently, Wright says, archaeologists thought that any traces of Hopewell culture found at these sources materials proved only that these farflung communities of people…

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If Your Web App Uses Javascript To Accomplish Taxing Tasks: Javascript Debounce Function

If Your Web App Uses Javascript To Accomplish Taxing Tasks: Javascript Debounce Function

The biggest mistakes I see when looking to optimize existing code is the debounce absence function. Confusing documentation and massive learning curve, most developers settle for copying and pasting them from StackOverflow and hoping they work, with their cryptic syntax. a debounce function is essential to ensuring a given task doesn’t fire often that it bricks browser performance, if your web app uses JavaScript to accomplish taxing tasks. The question is. What if you could decode regular expressions and harness…

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Appalachian State University – Appalachian State University’s Solar Vehicle Team Sunergy

Appalachian State University – Appalachian State University’s Solar Vehicle Team Sunergy

Appalachian State University’s solar vehicle team, Team Sunergy, has taken third place in the Formula Sun Grand Prix at the Pittsburgh International Race Complex in Wampum. He is eight author books including the bestselling The Psychopath Test and most recently You’ve Been Publicly Shamed. It’s a well under heavy cloud cover and some rain, the team completed the race on July 28 with a tal of 414 laps. With Monty comic heart Python, convocation speaker Jon Ronson is a gonzo…

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Neighborhoods Are Often Named After Family Names – Appalachians

Neighborhoods Are Often Named After Family Names – Appalachians

Neighborhood residence is sometimes based on a regular occupation, and residents of a neighborhood usually share a church, school, and grist mill. The feuds grew largely from divided loyalties during the Civil War. Neighborhoods are often named after family names, geographic features, or manmade features. The strong combination family ethic, the familial neighborhoods basis, and lack of trust in the judicial system provided a social environment conducive to the development of clan feuds. They also tend to interact more often…

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Appalachian Basin Bituminous Coal Had Been Mined Throughout The Last Three Centuries Currently – Geology Of The Appalachians

Appalachian Basin Bituminous Coal Had Been Mined Throughout The Last Three Centuries Currently – Geology Of The Appalachians

Along the continental margin, volcanoes grew, coincident with subduction initiation. Thrust faulting uplifted and warped older sedimentary rock laid down on the passive margin. Mountain building continued periodically throughout the next 250 million years. Microplates, smaller bits of crust, o small to be called continents, were swept in, one by one, to be welded to the growing mass. Erosion began to wear them down, as mountains rose. Continent after continent was thrust and sutured onto the North American craton as…

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We Support Participants In Creating Their Own Stories – Case Studies

We Support Participants In Creating Their Own Stories – Case Studies

In addition on p of with local high school interns who are facilitating PAGE’s program with middle school girls, every June for the past four years, StoryCenter has facilitated a ‘three day’ workshop with PAGE’s summer servicelearning interns from Duke University and Warren Wilson College. We support participants in creating their own stories, and we guide them through an one day intensive training for facilitating basic Storywork. Next, our staff leads interns group in facilitating a digital storytelling component of…

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Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle: High Speed Rail Authority Approves What Critics Call ‘Train To Nowhere’

Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle: High Speed Rail Authority Approves What Critics Call ‘Train To Nowhere’

Citing a need for jobs and fast approaching federal deadlines for funding, the California High Speed Rail Authority board Thursday unanimously approved construction of the first leg state’s proposed bullet train a 65 mile section in the Central Valley that would not carry passengers until system more is built. Route Supporters ok umbrage at the suggestion that the rail system was starting in an area of little transportation consequence. Given the funding uncertainties, some cities are worried about how long…

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You Probably Guessed That Already: You Don’T Know Js (Book Series)

You Probably Guessed That Already: You Don’T Know Js (Book Series)

If you choose to contribute content to this repo, you agree that you’re giving me a non exclusive license to use that content for the book series, as I deem appropriate. We just have to make the lawyers happy by explicitly stating it, you probably guessed that already. Generally, please how about to contribute to this relevant articles by submitting PR’s for improvements to code snippets, explanations, etc While typo fixes are welcomed, they will likely be caught through normal…

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Closed To The Public Until 1993: Best Appalachian Trail Hikes

Closed To The Public Until 1993: Best Appalachian Trail Hikes

The AT winds through the White Mountains for around 100 miles, including nearly 20 miles above treeline, and crams in more views and mountains than any other section of trail. Closed to the public until 1993, the peak is now accessible from the AT via the Camp Smith Trail, a 7mile route that winds along the clifftops high above the river. This summit rocky knob offers panoramic Hudson views River valley, from the distant New York skyline to imposing Storm…

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Miocene Rejuvenation Of The Pographic Relief In The Southern Appalachians: 4) (A) Observed And Modeled Knickpoint Distribution

Miocene Rejuvenation Of The Pographic Relief In The Southern Appalachians: 4) (A) Observed And Modeled Knickpoint Distribution

Driving Mechanism For Topographic Rejuvenation. We numerically model the 11 spatial distribution highest knickpoints in the Cullasaja basin the test the assumptions that the knickpoints are. Relationship between observed and modeled knickpoint positions, expressed with respect the their distance from the Cullasaja mouth River. Maximum and mean best velocity fitting model result associated with each run. Observed and modeled knickpoint distribution. Knickpoint celerity model results. Mean error refers the differences mean between the observed knickpoint and the modeled knickpoint distance…

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