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June 28, 2011 by pinaldave This month has been very interesting month for SQLAuthority.com we had multiple and various puzzles which everybody participated and lots of interesting conversation which we have shared. Let us start in latest puzzles and continue going down. There are few answers also posted on facebook as well.
As we enter 2013, it is common to find many predictions, trends, top tech issues concerning the ICT sector for the new year. Mobile seems to be the king of the predictions for 2013, but let´s not forget also the explosion of the Internet of Things, the raise of Big Data, Cloud Computing developments, Digital health services expansion or the m-payments amongst others. . .All of them will unavoidably influence the public policy agenda this year. Let´s briefly mention the main topics that will be on the public policy table for this year: Read more <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Welcome to LiteratePrograms ! LiteratePrograms is a unique wiki where every article is simultaneously a document and a piece of code that you can view, download, compile, and run by simply using the "download code" tab at the top of every article. See Insertion sort (C) for a simple example. To date we have 189 articles.
We've all been there: an IT problem so ridiculous that only a ridiculous solution can solve it. It could be server on the brink of shutting down all operations, a hard drive that won't power up vital data, or a disgruntled ex-employee who's hidden vital system passwords on the network. Just when all seems lost, it's time to get creative and don your IT daredevil cap, then fire up the oven, shove the end of a pencil into the motherboard, or route the whole city network through your laptop to get the job done. [ Also on InfoWorld: For more IT hijinks and absurd assignments, see " True IT confessions ," " Stupid admin tricks ," and " Dirty duty on the front lines of IT " | Cash in on your IT experiences by sending your war tale from the IT trenches to firstname.lastname@example.org . If we publish it, we'll keep you anonymous and send you a $50 American Express gift cheque. ]
JC Virtual machine converts Java class files to C source code. It uses SOOT Java Bytecode analysis framework to convert the Java files to C. It could also compiles with GCC and loads them with built-in ELF loader. Additional to that, JC provides a complete Java runtime with optimization to increase performance.
LaserShark and OpenLase on GitHub November 16th, 2012 Jeffrey Nelson just let me know about an awesome project that he put together: LaserShark ! Instead of using OpenLase with the hacky sound card output, he put together a proper open DAC board based around an LPC1343 Cortex-M3 microcontroller. I haven’t had a chance to see it in action yet, but considering that the systems I’ve seen so far either use proprietary DACs (that tend to suck) or sound card DACs (with all their problems), I think this is easily the best DAC solution for using OpenLase today.
Los desarrolladores enfrascados en la creación de dispositivos Arduino , saben que con este diminuto jardín de sorpresas querer es casi lo mismo que poder. Aunque a veces eso requiera un esfuerzo enorme. Así como existía desde hace tiempo la posibilidad de enlazar aparatos Arduino vía GSM , este era un proceso que requería una labor de aprendizaje bastante importante, así que Telefónica se ha propuesto facilitar el trabajo a todos esos programadores de cara a la inminente internet de las cosas .
Where Did Sean Go? And What Has He Been Working On? 4th July, 2011 - Posted By Sean R. Nicholson - No Comments For the last couple of years, I have been using this blog and my @seanrnicholson Twitter account to provide information about Intranets and their impacts on organizations. Looking back of the relationships I have built, lessons I have learned, and responses to the blog articles and tweets, I’d say it’s been a resounding success.