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  1. Apple chief talks about tax affairs and overuse of tech at launch of school coding initiative
    Schlagwörter: , , , von kaffeeringe (21.01.2018)
  2. Most custom post types in WordPress will need (or could benefit from) a unique set metaboxes for entering information. For example, a “photography” post type might need fields for “location of photo”, “type of camera”, etc. And an “event” post type would probably need a “location” and an “event date”.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (20.10.2015)
  3. Widgets are a neat way of giving site owners some control over the look (and sometimes functionality) of their WordPress sites. In this series, we are going to be creating a handful of WordPress  widgets by combining the Widgets API with other external APIs.
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (12.09.2015)
  4. I can get the share count of an URL using PHP SDK and using the deprecated rest API, but didn't find a way to get the share counts of an URL using graph API.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (13.07.2015)
  5. A while ago a friend of mine asked me how I would go about building a 'People Who Like This Also Like ...' feature for a music startup he was working at. For each band or musician, he wanted to display a list of other artists that people might also be interested in.
    Schlagwörter: von kaffeeringe (29.04.2015)
  6. A standardized, organized, object-oriented foundation
    for building high-quality WordPress Plugins.
    Schlagwörter: , , , von kaffeeringe (03.11.2014)
  7. Why not just go watch another five second video of a kitten with its head in a toilet roll, or a 140 character description of a meal your friend just stuffed in their mouth. “nom nom”. This blog post is not for you.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (25.09.2013)
  8. Crypto can't be a «bit broken». It can't be «mostly working». Either it's 100% correct, or you shouldn't have bothered doing it at all. The weakest link breaks the whole chain.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (11.07.2013)
  9. Da der Einsatz von Widgets in WordPress sehr beliebt ist, zeige ich heute, wie ihr ein eigenes Widget für euren WordPress Blog erstellen könnt.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (10.04.2013)
  10. Adobe zeigt seinen Code-Editor Brackets. Die Open-Source-Software wurde speziell für Webentwickler geschaffen und bietet Funktionen wie Quick Edit für Inline-Editing und eine Echtzeitvorschau im Browser.
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (22.12.2012)
  11. We’re reading today that Estonia is implementing a new education program that will have 100 percent of publicly educated students learning to write code.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (20.09.2012)
  12. A series of mixes intended for listening while programming to aid concentration and increase productivity (also compatible with other activities).
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (11.07.2012)
  13. When my 14 year old son couldn’t get his iPod touch to work with the wifi he didn’t try very hard, he just threw it at me and said “dad fix it”. My kids and their peers have no interest in how a computer works. Oh, they love what it does, miniclip, facebook, skype. But what makes their applications work or what is inside the black box is as interesting as the washing machine or vacuum cleaner. I’ve long thought that there is a bubble of tech; people of my age are more techie than their children.
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (16.06.2012)
  14. If you can pick up the rudiments of Spanish or French in a couple of weeks, how hard could it be to get started with Ruby On Rails? The Developer Bootcamp is designed to help anyone get started coding - and they might even get a job at a startup or tech heavyweight out of it as well.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (10.05.2012)
  15. Mojito is a sweet (and minty!) MVC application framework built on YUI 3 that enables agile development of Web applications. Mojito allows developers to write client and server components in the same language (JavaScript), using the same framework. Because Mojito applications are written in JavaScript, they can run on the client (in the browser) and on the server (with Node.js). In addition, Mojito has built-in support for internationalization, testing, and building documentation.
    Schlagwörter: , , , von kaffeeringe (03.04.2012)
  16. This blog post is an attempt to help others get started in web development. It’s meant to be a lay of the land, “here’s what you need to do” type roadmap for your first couple of months, the kind of map that I wish I had been given when I first started coding.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (06.03.2012)
  17. I frequently see a problem when people (especially techies) try to teach programming to someone (especially non-techies). Many programming tutorials begin with basic programming principles: variables, loops, data types. This is both an obvious way to teach programming and almost certainly a wrong way to teach programming. It’s wrong because nobody wants to learn how to program.
    Schlagwörter: von kaffeeringe (04.03.2012)
  18. How do you measure the quality of your code? Performance and testing are just one aspect of code, in order to meet deadlines and make maintenance quicker you also need your code to be readable, decoupl
    Schlagwörter: von kaffeeringe (02.03.2012)
  19. John Graham-Cumming wrote an article today complaining about how a computer system he was working with described his last name as having invalid characters. It of course does not, because anything someone tells you is their name is — by definition — an appropriate identifier for them. John was understandably vexed about this situation, and he has every right to be, because names are central to our identities, virtually by definition.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (12.02.2012)
  20. One of the most buzzed-about startups over the last few months has been Codecademy — a site that looks to make programming accessible to just about anyone, with a variety of interactive, web-based courses that have users writing their first lines of code within a few seconds. The site’s ‘Code Year’ program, which invites users to receive one programming lesson each week, racked up a whopping 100,000 signups in only 48 hours — and it even has the White House on board.
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (31.01.2012)
  21. The Kernel’s developer columnist Andy Young takes a nostalgic look back at computer science education and makes a passionate case for upgrading kids’ skills today.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (24.01.2012)
  22. I wrote this. A “micro PHP manifesto,” if you will. I plan to use it to guide my PHP dev. Maybe you will find it useful as well.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (04.01.2012)
  23. PHP.reboot is a reboot of PHP, each Hollywood movie has its own reboot, why not doing the same for one of the most popular programming language. The aim is to keep the philosophy of PHP but adapt it to be more in sync with the Web of 2010.
    Schlagwörter: , von kaffeeringe (10.10.2011)
  24. A few months ago, I started contributing to the Diaspora project. I began by refactoring their test suite and setting up a continuous integration server. Then I installed Jasmine and started mucking around with the JavaScript. That was all pretty straightforward. A few weeks ago I made a slightly more controversial change. The “gender” field in a person’s profile was originally a dropdown menu, with three choices: blank, male, and female. My change made it an optional text field that was blank to start. A wide open frontier! Enter anything you want.
    Schlagwörter: , , , von kaffeeringe (16.06.2011)
  25. One of most important tasks in information retrieval science is to extract useful content from Web pages. The problem is Web pages (usually HTML) contain some information (text) with tons of information additional texts - navigation structures, advertising etc. From point of view of information retrieval tools each HTML page has main (useful) content and helpful information that is good when viewing Web, but not when extracting the data. The task is to filter useful content from HTML without knowing of structure of the page.
    Schlagwörter: , , von kaffeeringe (15.06.2011)


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