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So, I'm working on a side project (as one does), and reach the point in development where I need to be able to take a tree of objects that all share a common base class and persist them to and from disk. I prefer using plain text files to binary for a bunch of different reasons, so the problem really boils down to: At runtime, I need to be able to convert a string containing the name of a class into a pointer to an object of the correspond...
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So, it has come to this. Reports, yes, your application will have to have reports - in brand colours, with images and logos abounding, and probably festooned with graphs of various sizes, shapes and degrees of relevance to what was once a nice, streamlined set of data. This report has just become a part of the application 'product', meant not just to communicate, but also to entice and enthrall. Form has become just as important as function...
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Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals launched a nationwide “Vote for Miracles” campaign today, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Credit Unions for Kids program. From November 29 through December 20, credit unions and the general public are invited to cast their votes to support their favorite CMN Hospital. Continue Reading Vote for Miracles so Kids Can Get Better!
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This new book from Gregory T. Brown (@practicingdev) provides a fresh look at the skills and habits that modern software developers need to possess in order to advance past the stage of slinging code around. The most clever code in the world is useless if it's solving the wrong problem, or solving the right problem in the wrong way, whether that's because it only addresses a user's needs tangentially, or is brittle in the face of real world const...
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I love my smartphone. Like many of us today, I couldn't live without my phone. I don't do anything these days until my phone tells me I need to do it. Ok. Maybe slightly hyperbolic, but I can certainly say without exaggeration that I'm a more organized and productive person because of my phone. But, the idea of a smart, wearable device? I didn't get the point of it. Why would I want to take the functionality of my phone and compress it int...
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Are you going to CES? We’ll be there. We expect to see some exciting breakthroughs in virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and mixed reality (MR) as well as new innovations in pro-audio equipment, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and much more. It looks like the augmented reality presence at this year’s CES will be …
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In the world of software consulting, it can be virtually impossible to determine what the fair market value for software development is. Nobody estimates work according to the same parameters: some firms have differing rates for differing services, some have offshore development services, some won’t provide a meaningful estimate at all (and for good reason). Continue Reading Understanding: the Difference Maker
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I was recently given the opportunity to present myself as a "thought leader for my industry." I've been pondering this. What do I know? What do I know so deeply and fully that others might want to hear my opinions on? Not much, it seems. Actually, I don't have nearly as many answers as I have questions. But more than this, it's the questions that really keep me interested. Here's an example.
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The goal Upgrade home-office security and take the opportunity to join the Star Trek generation of smart-home IoT. Exec summary Describe my experience installing and configuring a couple of Schlage Sense smart-locks and configuring them to connect to a couple of Apple TVs as their HomeKit hubs. Examine the pro’s and con’s of smart-home devices: …
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You're curious about how SnapChat can apply those stamps, you want to create an autonomous controller for your USB controlled Nerf missile launcher, or maybe you have an actual business need. Here is a simple formula to get started with OpenCV so that you can achieve your Computer Vision dreams.
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Art & Logic is a custom software development company based in Pasadena, CA. Our developers are all based in North America. 

Everyone knows programming is hard, but few non-programmers recognize the negative effects of traditional office environments on the development process. The intense concentration required to do inspired work on difficult programming tasks is easier to achieve in a flexible environment that is free from office distractions. Our staff turnover rate is far lower than the industry average, and we have our pick of the best talent available.

Clients also benefit from our unique structure. Our "virtual office" keeps project teams connected, while enabling a level of client involvement that would be impossible without online tools. Clients are involved in projects every step of the way. Because everything is written down, there's no hearsay or fuzziness regarding the status of tasks.

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