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Go is an ancient strategy game with simple rules and a profound degree of complexity. Software development is the art of managing complexity using a limited number of rules, structures, and patterns. Programmers should play Go. Go in 2 8 words or less. The beauty of Go is its combination of simplicity and complexity.
Description: Raw Socket programming is probably one of the most important topics in network security. Almost most of network security consists of either monitoring a network or protecting it from an attack. Network monitoring requires that everything going on in the host network can be seen by the security device. This is accomplished by what is called Packet Sniffing.
To me the definition of a better programmer is one who writes code that produces the desired result with less errors . Some people might define a good programmer as one that has a vast understanding of programming languages and concepts, while this is true this definition can only take you so far – ultimately ALL programs are written to perform a function and as error free as possible . If the average programmer had an infinite amount of time for testing and deployment then almost ALL code would be released error free, but obviously all projects were due yesterday and usually we’re developing under less than perfect conditions, and at times pushing ourselves to the max to achieve the desired outcome.
May 14, 2009, 12:21 PM — When a baseball player steps into the batter's box, tugs at his gloves, taps his feet, touches the bat to home plate, the casual observer is thinking: "get on with it already you superstitious nut." (This video of Nomar Garciaparra is a textbook example.) But for the players, these routines "bring order into a world in which players have little control," writes anthropologist George Gmelch in a paper titled Baseball Magic .
1. http://www.stackoverflow.com A year ago, this website didn't exist. Now, it's at the top of this list of Internet resources for programmers! Stack Overflow is a place where programmers like you and me ask questions and answer them. Some things that make it great are: each question and answer can be 'voted' on (either +1 or -1), and the answers with the greatest number of votes appear at the top near the question; only programming related questions are allowed, and everything else is 'closed' down; any discussions on the answers go into the 'comments' section which is hidden by default - this means that flamewars and such nonsense are much less here, and mostly hidden from our view too.
I developed the following ideas about how to teach computer programming during a recent conversation with Daniel Rocco , a professor at the University of West Georgia, and Georgia Tech grad student Derek Richardson, and I wanted to expand on the ideas here on my blog. I have been heavily influenced by reading Greg Wilson , and, for all I know, he or someone else may have already put these ideas together into something like the outline below. The first day of class To teach computer programming, a professor ought to stride into the room on the semester's first day, explain that a computer program is a text file full of instructions for the computer to follow, and then proceed to check out an example from version control.
Siafoo is dedicated to sharing code and programming experience and learning from what others have shared. Siafoo is here to make coding less frustrating and to save you time . Siafoo's philosophy can be summed up by two popular maxims.
As an undergraduate , one of my favorite classes was Software Engineering . It was in that class, I learned about applying Computer Science theories to the “real world”. We learned about things such as CVS , Cron , Python , UML , etc… One of the books that was recommended reading, and remains in my library, was The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master .
What is Project Euler? Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve. Although mathematics will help you arrive at elegant and efficient methods, the use of a computer and programming skills will be required to solve most problems. The motivation for starting Project Euler, and its continuation, is to provide a platform for the inquiring mind to delve into unfamiliar areas and learn new concepts in a fun and recreational context.