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# 我看人件

[44/13]不要对员工太敏感，因为一个短期的考察结果错误的判断了长期的情况。
[]有些功力是无法用实际度量的，还是不要太急躁。--催化剂效应

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flow顺流,环境因子=不被打扰的时间/体力出勤时间.

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【被确定我觉得是指它的功效，能力等方面。大方法论-按照方法来，按部就班，那么最终会达到一个目的。做好了，是方法论定好了的，本该如此，没做好，那是你团队的问题。-这个论调你会经常碰到----这期间团队员工的付出努力一开始就被忽略了。

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1:繁文缛节

2:极小量的方法

3:缺少责任感

4：缺少激励机制

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1：培训

2：工具支持

3：同级评审

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1:质量崇拜

2:提供更多令人满意的完型[closure]--制定合适时间段的目标，并让团队完成它。将大的目标分切为阶段式的目标。不要人觉得遥遥无期。

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3:建立精英意识--要坐就要坐头等舱,施乐公司

4:允许和鼓励异端

5:保持和保护成功的团队

6:提供战略而不是战术指导

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如果流动量大，学习就不可能坚持

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# Connection reset by peer: socket write error

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# 添加删除.svn,cvs右键菜单的注册表 以及解锁问题

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\Folder\shell\DeleteCVS]
@="Delete CVS Folders"
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\Folder\shell\DeleteCVS\command]
@="cmd.exe /c \"TITLE Removing CVS Folders in %1 && COLOR 9A && FOR /r \"%1\" %%f IN (CVS) DO RD /s /q \"%%f\" \""

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\Folder\shell\DeleteSVN]
@="Delete SVN Folders"

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\Folder\shell\DeleteSVN\command]
@="cmd.exe /c \"TITLE Removing SVN Folders in %1 && COLOR 9A && FOR /r \"%1\" %%f IN (.svn) DO RD /s /q \"%%f\" \""

cd 到svn项目目录下，然后执行如下命令
del lock /q/s

# xml带冒号属性怎么获取

dom4j 的el.attributeValue是无法取到名空间类型的属性，简单点说就是带冒号的属性。

<a xmlns="http://www.w3.org/xxx" xml:lang="en"
xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.w3.org/xxx http://www.w3.org/xxx.xsd" >

xmlns是名空间Element.getNamespaceURI()可以获得

xmlns:xsi   --> Element.getNamespaceForPrefix("xsi").getURI()

xsi:schemaLocation --> el.selectSingleNode("@xsi:schemaLocation").getText()

# maven 导致文件损坏的问题

1 ：gzip格式打包时被损坏:

2：编译时图片（主要是png图片）资源拷贝损坏：

sun.awt.image.PNGImageDecoder$PNGException: crc corruption 原来是是将资源编译了 解决办法: pom里面设置资源不编译:(但是maven默认就是false,不知怎么回事。)  <build> <resources> <resource> <directory>src/main/resources</directory> <filtering>false</filtering> </resource> </resources> <finalName>xxx</finalName> </build> 记住要清空再编译就发现图片好了。 Continue reading maven 导致文件损坏的问题 # it-e-01 four kinds of computers Computers are electronic devices that can follow instructions to accept input, process that input, and produce information. There are four types of computers: microcomputers, minicomputers, mainframe computers, and supercomputers. Microcomputers, also known as personal computers, are small computers that can fit on a desktop. Portable microcomputers can fit in a briefcase or even in the palm of your hand. Microcomputers are used in homes, schools, and industry. Today nearly every field uses microcomputers. One type of microcomputer that is rapidly growing in popularity is the portable computer, which can be easily carried around. There are four categories of portable computers. Laptops: laptops, which weigh between 10 and 16 pounds, may be AC-powered, battery-powered, or both. The AC-powered laptop weighs 12 to 16 pounds. The battery-powered laptop weighs 10 to 15 pounds, batteries included, and can be carried on a shoulder strap. Notebook PCs: notebook personal computers weigh between 5 and 10 pounds and can fit into most briefcases. It is especially valuable in locations where electrical connections are not available. Notebook computers are the most popular portable computers today. Subnotebooks: subnotebooks are for frequent flyers and life-on-the-road types.[1] Subnotebooks users give up a full-size display screen and keyboard in exchange for less weight. Weighting between 2 and 6 pounds, these computer fit easily into a briefcase. Personal Digital Assistants: much smaller than even the subnotebooks. Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) weigh from 1 to 4 pounds. The typical PDA combines pen input, writing recognition, personal organizational tools, and communication capabilities in a very small package. Minicomputers, also knows as midrange computers, are desk-sized machines. [2]They fall into between microcomputers and mainframes in their processing speeds and data-storing capacities. Medium-size companies or departments of large companies typically use them for specific purposes. For example, they might use them to do research or to monitor a particular manufacturing process. Smaller-size companies typically use microcomputers for their general data processing needs, such as accounting. Mainframe computers are larger computers occupying specially wired, air-conditioned rooms and capable of great processing speeds and data storage. They are used by large organizations business, banks, universities, government agencies—to handle millions of transactions. For example, insurance companies use mainframes to process information about millions of policyholders. Supercomputers are special, high-capacity computers used by very large organizations principally for research purposes. Among their uses are oil exploration and worldwide weather forecasting. In general, a computer's type is determined by the following seven factors: The type of CPU. Microcomputers use microprocessors. The larger computers tend to use CPUs made up of separate, high-speed, sophisticated components. The amount of main memory the CPU can use. A computer equipped with a large amount of main memory can support more sophisticated programs and can even hold several different programs in memory at the same time. The capacity of the storage devices. The larger computers systems tend to be equipped with higher capacity storage devices. The speed of the output devices. [3]The speed of microcomputer output devices tends to be rated in terms of the number of characters per second (cps) that can be printed usually in tens and hundreds of cps. Larger computers' output devices are faster and are usually rated at speeds of hundreds or thousands of lines that can be printed per minute. The processing speed in millions of instructions per second (mips). The term instruction is used here to describe a basic task the software asks the computer to perform while also identifying the data to be affected. The processing speed of the smaller computers ranges from 7 to 40 mips. The speed of large computers can be 30 to 150 mips or more, and supercomputers can process more than 200 mips. In other words, a mainframe computer can process your data a great deal faster than a microcomputer can. The number of users that can access the computer at one time. Most small computers can support only a single user, some can support as many as two or three at a time. Large computers can support hundreds of users simultaneously. The cost of the computer system. Business systems can cost as little as$500 (for a
microcomputer) or as much as \$10 million (for a mainframe) and much more for supercomputer.

Continue reading it-e-01 four kinds of computers

# it-e-02 web harvesting

As the amount of information on the Web grows, that information becomes ever harder to
keep track of and use. Search engines are a big help, but they can do only part of the work, and
they are hard-pressed to keep up with daily changes.
Consider that even when you use a search engine to locate data, you still have to do the
following tasks to capture the information you need: scan the content until you find the
information, mark the information (usually by highlighting with a mouse), switch to another
application ( such as a spreadsheet, database or word processor), paste the information into that
application.

A better solution, especially for companies that are aiming to exploit a broad swath of data
about markets or competitors, lies with Web harvesting tools.
Web harvesting software automatically extracts information from the Web and picks up
where search engines leave off, doing the work the search engine can't. Extraction tools automate
the reading, copying and pasting necessary to collect information for analysis, and they have
proved useful for pulling together information on competitors, prices and financial data or all
types.
There are three ways we can extract more useful information from the Web.
The first technique, Web content harvesting, is concerned directly with the specific content
of documents or their descriptions, such as HTML files, images or e-mail messages. Since most
text documents are relatively unstructured (at least as far as machine interpretation is concerned),
one common approach is to exploit what's already known about the general structure of
documents and map this to some data model.
The other approach to Web content harvesting involves trying to improve on the content
searches that tools like search engines perform. This type of content harvesting goes beyond
keyword extraction and the production of simple statistics relating to words and phrases in
documents.
Another technique, Web structure harvesting, takes advantage of the fact that Web pages
to a particular Web page indicate the popularity of that page, while links within a Web page that
point to other resources may indicate the richness or variety of topics covered in that page. This
is like analyzing bibliographical citations— paper that's often cited in bibliographies and other
paper is usually considered to be important.
The third technique, Web usage harvesting, uses data recorded by Web servers about user
interactions to help understand user behavior and evaluate the effectiveness of the Web structure.
General access—pattern tracking analyzes Web logs to understand access patterns and
trends in order to identify structural issues and resource groupings.
Customized usage tracking analyzes individual trends so that Web sites can be personalized
to specific users. Over time, based on access patterns, a site can be dynamically customized for a
user in terms of the information displayed , the depth of the site structure and the format of the
resource presented.

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