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We have a new ebook available! "Diagnosing the Problem" is an ebook that helps programmers of all levels and all languages locate software bugs and their underlying problems. In addition, we talk about how to communicate problems to non-coders so we can secure the resources we need to fix them. Check out this, and our other ebooks, from the link below. Show your support today!
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We provide 6 helpful tips on how someone new to programming should think about learning material about it. By building a great set of resources you can greatly speed up and improve the rate by which you learn whether your new or a veteran.
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Have a website where you want only select people to access its content? Creating a membership portal or simply want to provide members with special features? Then here is a simple example of creating a login / logout script in PHP. Something you can then expand on. Remember, use mysqli or PDO when creating your database connection. 
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We were recently asked about batch renaming of files using Python, a little recursion and how to go about doing that. Python makes it easy with the OS package and a little file manipulation. Below is a quick example.
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A slick way to integrate some of your favorite YouTube channels into one stream that you can then display via JavaScript.
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There are many ways for two forms in .NET to send data to one another. In this article we talk about the use of delegates and events to allow one form to broadcast messages to others.
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Fall is quickly approaching and do you need a programming project to get the cob webs out of your head? Don't forget to pick up a copy of "The Programmers Idea Book" which features over 200 programming project ideas, tips, difficulty rating and even some ideas on how to expand them.
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In Part 1 of our 6 part series originally written for SDJournal, we talk about some of the features in PHP 5.5 with a focus on the use of generators.
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We recently crossed a situation where we needed two systems to talk to one another through a URL endpoint using XML. So we thought we would share how we managed it.
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We cover a quick tutorial on how to work with the MenuStrip and ToolStripItem objects to create dynamic menus for your .NET C# 2012 applications. 
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