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Programming – Programación Archive
- Posted on 2013.12.20 | 1 CommentI am trying to start an open source GPL project, in Lua or C++, with these main goals: speed/performance, security, ease of development, and being embeddable. It would provide a CMS, forum, and cloud solution.
- Posted on 2011.03.29 | No Comments"Are you absolutely certain that this is what you want to do?" Perhaps I could. But it would require my absolute devotion, enduring financial hardship, and making school my life for three long years. Could I really do it?
- Posted on 2010.12.02 | 2 CommentsSo, what was the first thing I did? Well, I walked out of that ceremony with my naturalization certificate in hand and headed straight home to fill out the most important applications of my life: FBI and NOAA Corps.
- Posted on 2010.05.21 | No CommentsHere's how it works: The extension allows importing PDF files into OpenOffice Draw or OpenOffice Writer. It will even recognize text, which allows for editing or for copying the document's text format to add text boxes elsewhere that look like the rest of the document.
- Posted on 2009.11.24 | No CommentsIf you are a web developer, you may sometimes find the need to store an XHTML color code in a database. This could be useful, for example, to associate a specific product type with a persistent background color in a search results page.
- Posted on 2009.03.21 | No CommentsThe river never stood still. That is when I saw it. I noticed that the concave sky, which was always so distant and so far above, was hereby being pulled into the Grand River and dragged to the same altitude as my mortal life.
- Posted on 2008.11.02 | No CommentsIf you have developed database-driven desktop applications with ADO.NET, you have probably come across the password problem. Whether your application was written in C#, VB.NET, C++ or other .NET language, […]
- Posted on 2008.09.28 | 2 CommentsWhat I just found out, what has just made me scream "wahoo!" at 2:30 in the morning without regards for my neighbors, is that there is a simple way to make my robots talk to each other. There is a way to create a mesh network with low power consumption and tight security. I just found out about the IEEE 802.15.4 specification for low-rate personal area networks.
- Posted on 2008.09.18 | No CommentsOf course, no one defined "network" in the requirements for capstone projects. That means I can expand "network" into any type of network -- not just computer networks. I could make this project legendary! Thus, I decided to build a secure network.