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How To Become A Programmer / Developer Analyst How To Become A Programmer / Developer Analyst So you've decided to explore becoming a programmer/developer. Good for you! This is a much needed occupation, it's highly rewarding, it pays well, and it's fun! The benefits go on and on. Don't Do It For The Money
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10 Best Practices of Code Commenting & Formatting 10 Best Practices of Code Commenting & Formatting 15inShare Code commenting and formatting are all about code understandability. Code understandability is very relevant to code maintainability. So, small details about programming may help maintainability. In this context, some practices about commenting and formatting will be told here: Commenting Comments may be thought as part of the code, so they are really important.
Sam's ultimate web performance tool and resource list While preparing for my talk at Codemania I started filling my slides with links, clearly not something that scales. So, instead, here is a big list of interesting tools and resources that can help you journey through the murky waters of web performance. Online page testers Recommended: Web Page Test - The best free multi browser test platform. Other similar tools are: Page Analyzer, Pingdom full page testThere are also monitoring tools with page test integration showslow, GTmatrixREDbot is handy tool for cache validation. Sam's ultimate web performance tool and resource list
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The most frequently viewed page on this site is Signs you're a bad programmer, which has also now been published on dead trees by Hacker Monthly, and I think that behoves me to write its antithesis. "Bad programmer" is also considered inflammatory by some who think I'm speaking down to them. Not so; it was personal catharsis from an author who exhibited many of those problems himself. Signs that you're a good programmer - Software Engineering Tips Signs that you're a good programmer - Software Engineering Tips
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Line Graph - Excel Line Graph - Make a Line Graph in Excel 2007 Selecting a Line Graph Type For help with these instructions, see the image example above. Click on the Insert ribbon tab.Click on a chart category to open the drop down list of available graph types (Hovering your mouse pointer over a graph type will bring up a description of the graph).Click on a graph type to select it. Line Graph - Excel Line Graph - Make a Line Graph in Excel 2007
Get that Linux feeling - on Windows Installing and Updating Cygwin for 32-bit versions of Windows Run setup-x86.exe any time you want to update or install a Cygwin package for 32-bit windows. Installation

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How to Design a Speedometer Icon in Photoshop How to Design a Speedometer Icon in Photoshop In this detailed Photoshop Tutorial, you’ll learn how to create an amazing speed counter icon and also some nice tricks and tips you can apply on your daily basis when dealing with icon design in Photoshop. Due to the length of this tutorial, we’ve split this post into 2 parts. You are still welcome to download the free PSD in part 2. Materials Needed:
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RGB Explore RGB Explore This pages lets you play with the RGB scheme, combining red, green, and blue light to make any color. The sliders control the red green and blue lights, each ranging from 0 (off) to 255 (maximum). The intersecting rectangles show the result of adding the red, green, and blue light together -- any color can be created in this way.
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Make Your Own Wi-Fi Hotspot - Testing Development Websites on Mobiles and Tablets Make Your Own Wi-Fi Hotspot - Testing Development Websites on Mobiles and Tablets Often you need to test a website on an tablet device such as an iPad using a local development machine’s web server. For whatever reason the available Wi-Fi when developing your site may be on another subnet or network entirely to you development machine (such as in an office environment). Situations like these call for a bit of creative thinking and a different approach, so if this is a problem you face here’s my take on a possible solution. My workplace has pretty strict networking arrangements in place as we work with Banks and government agencies.
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What Can I Do With an Old Smartphone (Besides Sell It)? A few things to add: 1. Use your smartphone as a low end HTPC/home media streaming device (if it supports HDMI out/is an iPhone). What Can I Do With an Old Smartphone (Besides Sell It)?
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s “Internet of Things” Camera March 13, 2012 AT 12:11 am Here’s our Arduino based “Internet of Things” camera. It’s a simple remote monitoring using the Eye-Fi wireless SD card and Adafruit Data Logging Shield for Arduino. The Eye-Fi card is a tiny wireless memory card. It stores photos and fits inside a camera just like a regular SD card, but also has built-in WiFi transceiver that can upload images to your computer, smartphone or to various photo-sharing sites. We use one here when taking pictures for our tutorials — it’s a great timesaver, eliminating the extra USB transfer step that’s otherwise necessary.
This is a simple project that uses NE-2 neon bulbs in a group of 'relaxation oscillators.' In essence, an RC circuit charges a capacitor at a rate determined by a resistor and discharges the cap though a neon bulb to start the process over. The effect is a blinking lamp. With a group of these oscillators you get multiple blinking bulbs and the effect is similar to fireflies. Put them into a jar and Bob's your uncle. Fireflies in a Jar
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Setup a DIY Network ‘DropBox’ (aka PirateBox) PirateBox allows you to quickly setup a mobile wireless file sharing network. Basically, it’s a P2P file-sharing device that can turn any space into a temporary, but secure wireless file sharing network. Multiple users within range of the device can connect to the network without any log-in and immediately start downloading or uploading files via their computers or mobile devices. As it is not connected to the internet, the system is secure from outside attacks. Also, users remain anonymous as no user logs are generated. The PirateBox is made up of a wireless router and light-weight Linux server connected to a USB hard drive.
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