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A bestiary of SASSy fun! I’ve heard (but not confirmed) that Chrome’s new canary build offers SASS support, a la FireSASS, i.e., it points to the SASS line number (rather than the CSS line number). Huzzah!
Sass support in Chrome Canary: Go to about:flags, enabled dev tool experiments, open dev tools, go to settings, enable sass support
— Anthony Short (@anthonyshort) August 17, 2012
Explore techniques for merging traditional database concepts (including immediate consistency and reliability) with the flexibility and high performance seen in NoSQL database systems.