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Learn to Code: The Full Beginner's Guide

Learn to Code: The Full Beginner's Guide

Ruby on Rails Basic HTML: Adding Images (with updates by editorial staff) How To Add Images To Your Web Pages! By now you know enough to write a very nice, text-based home page, but it is the ability of the Web to provide pictures, technically called images, graphics, or sometimes icons, that has made it so popular. In this Primer, you'll learn how place an image on your page and also how to turn an image into a link to another page. Placing An Image On Your Page The command to place an image is constant. At this point in your HTML career, it's a good idea for you to place whatever images you are going to use in a subdirectory called "images". Here's the format for placing an image: By replacing "image.gif" with "homepage.gif", one of my own graphics, you get this... Here's What's Happening: the Image Element Parameters IMG stands for "image." Image Formats for the Web There are four basic formats you will find on the Web. .gif This is pronounced "jif" or "gif" (hard "G") depending on whom you speak to. Look at it again. Neat, huh?

How to open or read an existing Excel 2007 file in VB.NET 2005 The following sections you can find how to open and edit an Excel worksheet through VB.NET . For open or edit an Excel worksheet in VB.NET , you have to add the Microsoft Excel 12.0 Object Library in you project. From the following pictures to show how to add Excel reference library in your project. 1. Create a new project and add a button to the Form. Select reference dialouge from Project menu Select Microsoft Excel 12.0 Object Library and click OK button Now you can start coding to open or read from Excel file and edit cells. In the code , Imports Excel = Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel - we assign the excel reference to a vatriable Excel. VB.NET Excel - Related Contents

How to brand yourself using social media [video] Mari Smith, social media expert and author of Facebook Marketing: An Hour a Day, chats with Michael Stalzner of Social Media Examiner about cultivating the brand of you. In the information-packed six minute interview, Mari discusses, amongst other handy things: why branding yourself is important, how to start branding yourself within the social media sphere, and the importance of using your name in social media endeavors. Watch and learn. Full story at Social Media Examiner. More helpful social media resources.

YouTube Playlists for Learning Programming YouTube has been very good platform for learning any thing. Earlier you have seen 400+ courses on YouTube and 130+ NPTEL courses. There are few more courses especially about computer programming. thenewboston: thenewboston is a great youtube channel, has more than 2o playlists covering topics Python, C, Java, iPhone development and web programming like HTML, CSS, PHP. Xoax has more than 200 videos but mainly focuses on C++. PHPacademy As the name suggests, it focuses mainly on PHP and some on MySql. There are more videos on small projects like writing your own search engine for your database, pagination, creating a rating system etc… Related posts: Get more stuff like this

jQuery: The Write Less, Do More, JavaScript Library Free Online Image Editor Automating Office Programs with VB.Net / COM Interop One last caveat is that if you are using event handling via 'WithEvents' variables, things get even more complicated. The reason is that Marshal.ReleaseComObject() and Marshal.FinalReleaseComObject() will not release a COM object that is being referenced via a 'WithEvents' variable. A procedure to handle this is as follows: Within your Cleanup section, use a temporary variable and set it to the WithEvents variable. Then set the WithEvents variable to Nothing. Lastly, call Marshal.ReleaseComObject() or Marshal.FinalReleaseComObject() on the temporary variable.We can combine these approaches into a single generic routine as follows: Code: Shared Sub FinalReleaseAnyComObject(Of TComType)(ByRef rcw As TComType) Dim tempVar As TComType = rcw rcw = Nothing Marshal.FinalReleaseComObject(tempVar) End Function And with it, our cleanup routine can now be called as follows: As you can see, releasing COM objects from .NET is a fairly complex subject. CType() and Option Strict On "Your Code Goes Here"

50 Body Language Secrets You Need to Succeed in Life April 29th, 2010 A professor from UCLA performed a study that indicates 55% of communication comes from body language and only 7% from the words we use. In light of this study, it makes sense for anyone, whether a student just starting out in life or a seasoned business professional, to pay attention to what their body language is telling others as well as learning to read non-verbal cues from others. The following 50 body language secrets will provide you with tips you can use in job interviews, boosting your career, enhancing your social life, learning how to read other people’s body language, and what you should not do when it comes to body language. Job Interview Pay attention to your body language using these tips to ensure you are giving the best impression during a job interview. Handshake. Business and Career What you say with your body language can convey as much to your business colleagues as your words. Relax your shoulders. Relationships and Dating Reading Body Language

WAY OUT OF THE BOX zifty.d9 99.10.08 WAY OUT OF THE BOX Theodor Holm Nelson Keio University and University of Southampton ============================================ Computer people don't understand computers. Oh, they understand the technicalities all right, but they don't understand the possibilities. Most of all, they don't understand that the computer world is entirely built out of artificial, arbitrary constructs. Word processing, spreadsheet, database aren't fundamental, they're just different ideas that different guys have whomped up, ideas that could be totally different in their structure. The Rails Way (9780321445612): Obie Fernandez

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