WordPress In The Enterprise - The Functions File

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We covered the topic of linking your company's proprietary code library...

Two Pronged Design

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Sometimes you have a project to complete that has a clear implementation strategy, and requires very little design, but most of the time you have multiple related features of varying difficulty.

In such cases, an approach I've found that works fairly well is to design from both ends at the same time. You pick what you think to be the easiest...

don't use getframeinfo

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I found another enormously slow method in Python: getframeinfo.

from inspect import getframeinfo


It's eating up 21% of my code time. I only call it 90 times in a certain program whereas some other funtions are used 5000 times. To give you an idea of how slow it is, it is 535 times slower than the...

ADA: Hello World

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Here we go, jumping into ADA Programming. So here is everyones favourite, Hello World in ADA.

with Ada.Text_IO;procedure Hello isbegin   Ada.Text_IO.Put_Line("Hello, world!");end Hello;

with Ada.Text_IO;use  Ada.Text_IO;procedure Hello isbegin   put("Hello, world!");end Hello;

Yes it's Free, But Still...

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I'm not entirely sure if I have complained about this yet, so here we go. Back in 2009 the blog system here at DreamInCode did not have a way to upload images (or if there was, it eluded me at the time). I then uploaded images I had made for a few of the first data structure blog posts to Photobucket. These images had been up since 2009ish....

Less is More: An Observation on When to Comment and What To Say

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While working on a project in the Odin Project, I was working on a simple Rock Paper Scissors game as they ask you to make so to get your feet wet with Javascript.

Here's the code:


Today I learned #1

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Dear journal,
I just discovered this blogging part of the D.I.C...
Does that count as learning?
I don't know, but that is one of the things that I learned today anyways.

That's all for now... (if we are not counting learning to work with scrum)

I'll be back at this blogging thing tomorrow.


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I am developing a hangman game using c++. here is my code so far.

a handy solution template for rosalind.info

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Readers here may have noticed that I like the rosalind.info problem set - it's got interesting problems, it's well structured, and the submission process is pretty clean.

However, it's not QUITE as clean as I'd like, so I found myself writing a little solution template to make it more convenient to solve and submit problems....

Problem 1 - The Beginning.

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Multiples of 3 and 5
Problem 1

"If we list all the natural numbers below 10 that are multiples of 3 or 5, we get 3, 5, 6 and 9. The sum of these multiples is 23.
Find the sum of all the multiples of 3 or 5 below 1000."

The Cloudy World

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As I am sipping a cup of coffee and writing this blog post on a Saturday afternoon, I keep thinking about how fast time has passed. I joined DreamInCode on May 16th, 2009, just a few months before going to college. Today, it's May 13th 2017 and these numbers make me realize how much time has passed (not to mention, make feel a bit...

The Journey Continues

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I've been super busy lately, but I managed to get started on a for fun side project titled "Martha". I am developing a Facebook bot using PHP (for now) to basically be my personal assistant;

- Google things for me
- Schedule Reminders for me
- Tell me upcoming appointments
- Save contacts to my GMAIL Contacts which will...

ASP.NET Core MVC Sniplets

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We are using ASP.NET Core MVC. It is cool but finding up-to-date information is a little tricky because it is so new. Well, not brand new, but most information available is still for earlier versions.

I tend to search for "ASP.NET MVC ..." and initially assume that it hasn't changed. (Most of it hasn't changed.)

I'm not...

Text-Based RPG Development Day #1

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Hello, welcome to the first entry into my Development blog.

I've been working on this project for a few days already and so far I have added:
  • Added Basic Inventory System
  • The First Monster (Giant Rat)
  • Currency System
  • ...

How can you change your account username

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I was just trying to see if I can change my account username or just delete my account.
My account usermane is Carson Ackerman-Clemons if I cant delete my account I would like to change it to carson 850


Batch user adding

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These are a few helpful command to add users
FYI, you need to run these in admin for it to work

Add a normal user

Add a normal user w/ password change restrictions
To set restrictions change PASSWORDCHG to yes or no
net user username password /ADD /PASSWORDCHG:Yes

[Pt 7] Eggs MessageBox

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This is going to be similar to the Cheese MessageBox Form. Create a new Form

Form (Cheese)
BackColor: Firebrick
FormBorderStyle: FixedSingle
Text: Eggs
Name: frmEggs
MaximumSize: 356, 145
MinimumSize: 356, 145
Size: 356, 145
ControlBox: False
SizeGripStyle: Hide
TopMost: True

As the Cheese MessageBox Form...

First trial - Code to exploit a bug in webpage

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I was testing a web site and found a bug, when I press CTRL+F5, it performs a previous action, say if I click submit button for forgot password, which sends a temporary password. After the confirmation that a temporary password is send to the email,I press CTRL+F5 and repeats sends the reset password again.

This is just a ameature stuff, nothing...


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Title: MsgBox
Description: A little app that allows you to learn a bit and play with Messageboxes
Link: https://drive.google...Q012b0FOcWZmdUk
Link: https://drive.google...NGs?usp=sharing

Object Oriented Programming: Python my way

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This is a response to Object Oriented Programming, going forward known as OOP, as presented in a popular resource.

Probably one of the books most recommended to beginning Python programmers is Zed Shaw's Learn Python the Hard Way. I've probably recommended it myself. Overall, it's a good place to start... But the ...
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