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In principle, if an abstract class contains only abstract methods we’re using it as an interface.

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Abstract classes are used to share functions.
The interfaces are used to share how you have to do something.

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About three years ago, developer Cameron Morris had a personal epiphany about passwords, he recently told ZDNet’s John Fontana: The time it takes to crack a password is the only true measure of its worth.

Not whether it has a minimum of x or a maximum of y characters, not whether it’s got blah-blah amount of numbers, not whether it includes your frou-frou leetspeak ch@r@ct3rs, not whether it contains the verboten from lists of taboo words.

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About three years ago, developer Cameron Morris had a personal epiphany about passwords, he recently told ZDNet’s John Fontana: The time it takes to crack a password is the only true measure of its worth.

Not whether it has a minimum of x or a maximum of y characters, not whether it’s got blah-blah amount of numbers, not whether it includes your frou-frou leetspeak ch@r@ct3rs, not whether it contains the verboten from lists of taboo words.

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Iterm2 + Homebrew + Htop + MacVim = Awesomeness | Skillachie – Chewing Bits and Bytes At a Time

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Most people getting started with JavaScript these days are faced with the challenging task of picking a library to use, or at least which one to learn first. If you’re working for a company chances are they have already chosen a framework for you, in which case the point is somewhat moot. If this is the case and they’ve chosen MooTools and you’re used to jQuery, then this article might still be of some use to you.