I hate when I need to use the same password on all of my computers only because I develop on multiple machines. For instance, I want to connect to the +MySQL database from my +node.js application , but my local configuration differs from the production environment (surprising thing is not it?).
Are you healthy? Stand up! Leave your keyboard for a moment!
Few days ago I started to read a book. My best quote from this book was a short but really intense sentence and I started to think again. Think about my past and my current life.
We aren’t born unhealthy — we become unhealthy through a combination of bad habits and environmental pressures
The Healthy Programmer: Get Fit, Feel Better, and Keep Coding by Joe Kutner
It’s true. When I was young, innocent boy, then I tried to do something new, something interesting. I sat at my Commodore C64 and read books about programming. I loved that, but sometimes I left this desk and I went out to the garden and the park.
Now I grew up (a little bit) and I have not forgotten this. Sometimes I stand up and go to the nearest park, walk up and down, sit on a bench and sometimes I run just for fun. It’s ok. I love that way but how?
Manage Overtime With Google Calendar and Drive with Google Apps Script…
First of all you need to know:
- You can create events in Google Calendar
- You can create recurring events in Google Calendar
- You can create Spreadsheets in Google Drive
- You can write scripts for you Spreadsheets in Google Drive
- Your Google Apps Scripts can reach all of you data in other Google Documents
First of all: It’s not easy (maybe)
If you used Google you found a lot of howto about it. Any of them worked for you?
- Yes: You are lucky =) This is not your article. Share it and enjoy your gTalk 1.3
- No: same problem here. Your are on the way to solve your great problem.
First of all: Make backup (root your phone and save apps, contacts, /efs directory from the root and others)
Ok. The easiest way to upgrade your Samsung Galaxy S (i9000) is to use Heimdall. =) This is an Open Source project (see the project page).
What is Heimdall?Heimdall is a cross-platform open-source tool suite used to flash firmware (aka ROMs) onto Samsung Galaxy S devices.
Let’s see it step-by-step:
Yeah… The new facebook style is cool =) Pretty hard to enable it but not the most difficult. What do you need to get the new surface:
- Log into Facebook
- Enable Developer app. Just type `developer` into the search box on Facebook and allow the permissions.
- Go to the Developer app (if Facebook doesn’t redirect you)
- Create a new app (or edit an old exist app)
- Add a name and namespace
- Go into `Open Graph` menu
- Add a new action like `read` a `book` or `drink` a `beer`.
- The well-accustomed next-next-finish method
- Save the app (don’t worry, the app won’t be published)
- Wait a moment
- Go to Facebook home and enable/accept the new timeline feature.
Not simple but not hard =) Just a little puzzle. Good luck.
Some days ago I saw a vulnerable website. ImageShare site of my friend. I don’t use websites like this. I just checked it and I found a bug. After my discovery, I looked into that matter. That was deeper than I thought.