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Choose Dependency Injection — If You Can - Paul M. Jones

Some people say, “You don’t need to use dependency injection for everything. Sometimes dependency injection is not the best choice.” It occurs to me that the people who say this are the ones who can’t use it for everything. They sayShow More Summary

Webinar Thursday, October 19, 2017: What You Need to Get the Most Out of Indexes – Part 2

Join Percona’s Senior Architect, Matthew Boehm, as he presents What You Need to Get the Most Out of Indexes – Part 2 webinar on Thursday, October 19, 2017, at 11:00 am PDT / 2:00 pm EDT (UTC-7). Register Now Proper indexing is key to database performance. Finely tune your query writing and database performance with […]

5 Must Follow RESTful API Guidelines

There are certain guidelines within RESTful API design that you must follow. Make sure you know exactly what you need to do with this helpful article on RESTful API guidelines. The post 5 Must Follow RESTful API Guidelines appeared first on Mobile App Development & Design Company - Snyxius.

Interview with Colin O’Dell - Voices of the ElePHPant

colinodell Audio Show Notes ZendCon 2017 talk – COMMONMARK – MARKDOWN DONE RIGHT ZendCon 2017 talk -RISE OF THE MACHINES: PHP AND IOT ZendCon 2017 AlexaApp PHP Alexa Helpers The post Interview with Colin O’Dell appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Testi@: A useful tool for email development testing

I recently got the chance to give a try - This handy tool allows web developers to test HTML emails. Email development is an important part of the web development work, however you have to use completely different techniques than when developing a website or app. So, what does has to offer? Let's have a look!

CyberGod - An Antivirus in C++ for Windows and Android(Java)

CyberGod KSGMPRH is an open source antivirus which is designed to work under Windows operating system. It comes with a DOS Engine helping developers to customize the anti-virus engine as they please.

The Official Software

At the very beginning of my career, I was a junior programmer on a team that developed software to control an electronics test station, used to diagnose problems with assorted components of jet fighters. Part of my job was the requisite...Show More Summary

Day 29 of 100 Days of VR: Spawning New Enemies in Unity and Dealing With “Ghost” Colliders

Welcome back to day 29! Yesterday we finished creating our final enemy that we’re going to use for the game. Now that we have everything ready, it’s time to use them! After finishing the spawn system and played the game for a bit, I noticed a small problem. Sometimes when we shoot, the enemy doesn’

Displaying errors in Expressive with Twig - Rob Allen

If you're not using the Whoops error handler with Expressive and are using the Twig renderer, then you are given no information about the problem that occurred, even in debug mode. To fix this, I changed error.html.twig to this: {% extends...Show More Summary

Use a second laptop as an extended monitor with Windows 10 wireless displays

James Clarke from the Windows team rolled into a meeting today with two Surfaces...but one had no keyboard. Then, without any ceremony, he proceeded to do this: Now, I consider myself a bit of a Windows Productivity Tips Gourmand, and...Show More Summary

WPF Exclusive CheckBox Behavior with GroupName

A Behavior is presented that will ensure that only one Checkbox will be checked with the same GroupName within the visual tree of the control to which this behavior is attached.

A Beginner’s Guide to Scrum – eBook

The post A Beginner’s Guide to Scrum – eBook appeared first on Mobile App Development & Design Company - Snyxius.

Releases 2017.H2

Going with the new biannual release cycle of my Swing projects, this week is seeing the latest official releases of Substance and Flamingo. Along with a few visual polishes and tweaks, Substance 7.1 (code-named Vermont) brings support for using correct default system font on macOS 10.10+ when you’re running your app under the recently-released Java […]

First Impressions - Jibo Social Robot for the Home

As you likely know, I have a BUNCH of robots in the house. Whether it be turning a tin can into a robot, driving a Raspberry Pi around with Windows IoT, building robot arms with my kids, or controlling a robot with Xamarin code, I'm ALL IN when it comes to home robots. Show More Summary

Arrays and Pointers

I list various array-and-pointer-problems I have heard or encountered.

Atlas.Orm 2.0 Is Now Stable - Paul M. Jones

I am very happy to announce that Atlas, a data-mapper for your persistence layer in PHP, is now stable for production use! There are no changes, other than documentation updates, since the beta release two weeks ago. You can get Atlas...Show More Summary

Webinar Wednesday, October 18, 2017: How to Scale with MongoDB

Join Percona’s Senior Technical Services Engineer Adamo Tonete as he presents How To Scale with MongoDB on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, at 11:00 am PDT / 2:00 pm EDT (UTC-7). Register Now In this webinar, we will talk about how to scale with MongoDB, up to thousands of writes and reads per second. What are […]

Day 28 of 100 Days of VR: Adding A New Tank Enemy

Welcome back to day 28! Yesterday, we started our next task on creating multiple new types of enemies and made a new bandit enemy. Today, we’re going to create our last enemy, a slower enemy with more health that won’t get pushed back as far. Today is going to be very similar to yesterday, however

CodeSOD: Too Salty

The first rule of building your own password storage mechanisms is don’t. Like most other highly-specialized wheels, you aren’t going to do as good a job as someone who specializes in it. It’s bad enough when you write your own dateShow More Summary

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