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Saved by uncleflo on June 18th, 2019.
The intent of this guide is to reduce cognitive friction when scanning code from different authors. It does so by enumerating a shared set of rules and expectations about how to format PHP code. The style rules herein are derived from commonalities among the various member projects. When various authors collaborate across multiple projects, it helps to have one set of guidelines to be used among all those projects. Thus, the benefit of this guide is not in the rules themselves, but in the sharing of those rules.
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Saved by uncleflo on January 6th, 2019.
What is the best video codec for game recording, video recording, and screen recording? If you use a high-compression codec, you can get a small video file, but the encoding speed might be slower. If you use a high-quality codec, you can get the best quality video, but the video file size might be larger. If you use a high-speed codec, you can reduce CPU usage, but the video file size might be larger. So, you have to choose the best video codec by yourself to meet your recording needs.
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Saved by uncleflo on January 4th, 2019.
A daemon (or service) is a background process that is designed to run autonomously,with little or not user intervention. The Apache web server http daemon (httpd) is one such example of a daemon. It waits in the background listening on specific ports, and serves up pages or processes scripts, based on the type of request. Creating a daemon in Linux uses a specific set of rules in a given order. Knowing how they work will help you understand how daemons operate in userland Linux, but can operate with calls to the kernel also. In fact, a few daemons interface with kernel modules that work with hardware devices, such as external controller boards, printers,and PDAs. They are one of the fundamental building blocks in Linux that give it incredible flexibility and power. Throughout this HOWTO, a very simple daemon will be built in C. As we go along, more code will be added, showing the proper order of execution required to get a daemon up and running.
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Saved by uncleflo on December 23rd, 2018.
In a matter of minutes and without a single line of code, Zapier allows you to connect Bitbucket and monday.com, with as many as 54 possible integrations. Are you ready to find your productivity superpowers? It's easy to connect Bitbucket + monday.com and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination. Creates an issue on any repository you specify. Triggers when a new issue is added in a selected repository.
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Saved by uncleflo on April 19th, 2017.
Codecademy is an education company. But not one in the way you might think. We're committed to building the best learning experience inside and out, making Codecademy the best place for our team to learn, teach, and create the online learning experience of the future. Education is old. The current public school system in the US dates back to the 19th century and wasn't designed to scale the way it has. Lots of companies are working to "disrupt" education by changing the way things work in the classroom and by bringing the classroom online.
Saved by uncleflo on October 6th, 2016.
Before you can use Sass, you need to set it up on your project. If you want to just browse here, go ahead, but we recommend you go install Sass first. Go here if you want to learn how to get everything setup.
Saved by uncleflo on February 22nd, 2015.
New "Real World" medical datasets Please note that this pages lists freshly added new datasets from the medical domain. This is to emphasize that most currently used datasets in volume rendering do not reflect the current nature of datasets from medical 3D scanners. They are usually too small.
Saved by uncleflo on August 17th, 2011.
Individually, the code snippets here are in the public domain (unless otherwise noted) — feel free to use them however you please. The aggregate collection and descriptions are © 1997-2005 Sean Eron Anderson. The code and descriptions are distributed in the hope that they will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY and without even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. As of May 5, 2005, all the code has been tested thoroughly. Thousands of people have read it. Moreover, Professor Randal Bryant, the Dean of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University, has personally tested almost everything with his Uclid code verification system. What he hasn't tested, I have checked against all possible inputs on a 32-bit machine. To the first person to inform me of a legitimate bug in the code, I'll pay a bounty of US$10 (by check or Paypal).
Saved by uncleflo on November 8th, 2010.
Adobe® Flash® Builder™ 4 (formerly Adobe Flex® Builder™) software is designed to help software developers rapidly develop cross-platform rich Internet applications (RIAs) and content using the open source Flex framework. It includes support for intelligent coding, debugging, and visual design and features powerful testing tools that speed up development and lead to higher performing applications.
Saved by uncleflo on November 8th, 2010.
Subclipse is an Eclipse Team Provider plug-in providing support for Subversion within the Eclipse IDE. The software is released under the Eclipse Public License (EPL) 1.0 open source license.
As part of the development of the merge tracking feature in Subversion 1.5, CollabNet, the corporate sponsors of the Subversion project, developed a powerful graphical merge client feature on top of Subclipse. This has been available since the release of Subversion 1.5 as part of the CollabNet Desktop - Eclipse Edition, an open-source and EPL licensed desktop for accessing CollabNet TeamForge from Eclipse.
CollabNet has now made this merge client available to Subclipse users as part of the installation of Subclipse 1.6.x from the Subclipse update site. Users who want the full functionality of the CollabNet Desktop can still install the desktop, but those just looking for an excellent Subversion merge client now have an easier way to install this client into Eclipse.
Saved by uncleflo on November 8th, 2010.
Spring is a popular and widely deployed open source framework that helps developers build high quality applications faster. Spring provides a consistent programming and configuration model that is well understood and used by millions of developers worldwide. Unlike the traditional Java EE platform, Spring provides a range of capabilities for creating enterprise Java, rich web, and enterprise integration applications that can be consumed in a lightweight, a-la-carte manner.
Saved by uncleflo on October 13th, 2010.
Git is an extremely fast, efficient, distributed version control system ideal for the collaborative development of software. GitHub is the best way to collaborate with others. Fork, send pull requests and manage all your public and private git repositories. Free public repositories, collaborator management, issue tracking, wikis, downloads, code review, graphs and much more… We spend all day and night making sure your repositories are secure, backed up and always available. 30 seconds to give people access to code. No SSH key required. Activity feeds keep you updated on progress. Comment on changes, track issues, compare branches, send pull requests and merge forks. Participate in the most important open source community in the world today—online or at one of our meetups.
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