It's not lookin' too pretty
It's not lookin' too pretty
Developer mode unlocks options for USB debugging
The best way to learn any language is to simply just use it.
Just the 'Stache
I have set up some Radiobuttons in Tkinter (Python 3). These are btOrange and btPurple. I need to make sure that only one of them can be selected at a time. How can I do this?
Firebase Cloud Messaging (or FCM) is a great cross platform messaging solution that is completely 100% free. Today, I’ll walk you through the process of creating push notifications in your Android Apache Cordova application using Firebase.
One of the most known, popular patterns in software engineering is the singleton pattern. What is a singleton? A singleton is a class that is written in such a way that it only allows a single instance of itself to be created, and usually has an access method to obtain the instance. You may choose to use a singleton, for example, if your program has some kind of shared resource like an in-memory cache.
Let’s look at the subfactorial, which is defined as the derangement of a set of n objects, or a permutation of the elements of a set such that no element will appear in its original position. We’re going to denote it as !n, but note that there is no standard notation agreed upon for the subfactorial function.
There’s nothing quite like presenting your screen to an audience of important people or to a group of your coworkers during a meeting and having an email come through from Mint with the subtitle “You’ve spent $300 this month on Pubs & Bars”. Let's fix that.
Given a string containing only the characters x and y, find whether there are the same number of xs and ys.
I’ve been learning the German language for quite some time now, and the distinction between when I should use Bereit versus when I should use Fertig never really clicked for me.
Here is a video of my friends and I making pork Chateaubriand with red wine sauce, french onion soup, and homemade cinnamon rolls for dessert.
A few weeks back, Brooklyn and I hiked the North side of the W.G. Jones State Forest.
A little over a year ago, I married my wife. For our anniversary, we sat down and edited our honeymoon video together. It took about three days to get it done, but it was an experience for us, and we got to relive our honeymoon experiences through the process.
There have been far too many times I’ve looked at HTML that I’ve written (and that others have written) where I’ve thought to myself “this is terrible.” Up to 100 lines of code all doing the exact same thing over and over again. If you had to make a change in the code, you’d need to do it on every single occurrence of the code block. Luckily, this can be avoided with HTML .NET Helper classes.
Who needs physical dice for D&D when you have a computer and recursion?
Let's look at a recursive function to calculate Knuth's up-arrow notation.
This is actually happening.
I’m buying a house