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physiological reasons :)
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lanaguages....
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You got to see this. I would look and feel so cool in nice ironed suit, some modest cologne, nice shoes, coming in to the coffee shop, getting my coffee, sitting up on a couch, pulling one of those out my pocket. Like yeah newbs, I got a transparent phone - watch me use it now.
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lol...very gay!
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Jade Meskill

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I started a mailing list and discussion group to talk about Programming Philosophy.

Any suggestions for topics I should cover?
"Computer programming is an art, because it applies accumulated knowledge to the world, because it requires skill and ingenuity, and especially because it produces objects of beauty. A programmer who subconsciously views himself as an artist will enjoy what he does and will do it better." -- Donald Knuth
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Is fork incorrect for returning the child PID to the parent? Power to the kids, I say!
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Everything you always wanted to know about Serialization but were afraid to ask.

#java #serialization #programming #serializable #transient
Today we’re going to talk about a basic, (but from time to time useful) feature of Java — serialization. Let’s start with theory. So what is serialization? To serialize an object means to convert its state to a byte stream s...
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Azat Mardan

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If Tetris has taught me anything, it is that errors pile up, and accomplishments disappear.
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...at a pace proportional to Korobushka.
http://youtu.be/GAvUxgJ4aYA
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Timilehin Adeniran

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Can anyone give the matlab code to draw a continuous even signal?
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PDO basic insert,view,update,delete with php function

http://www.mostlikers.com/2015/03/pdo-basic-insertviewupdatedelete-with.html
The mysql extension is deprecated and will be removed in the future use mysqli or PDO. mysqli based on object oriented better i would have suggested PDO. The PHP Data Objects (PDO) extension defines a lightweight, consistent ...
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Thought I'd share a simple regex I had to write to remove some srv-itx.com #adware links. #RegexBuddy #malware

<a[^>]>(.?)<img[^>]*></a>
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Hi guys i would like to know where i can start learning programming c language.(website,videos....)
Or what is the most recommended thing to do to start programming
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I would recommend a course on coursera called "beginning game programming with c# and xna"

I'm not sure why you want to start with c. 
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iPhone & Android App Design: Developers Cheat Sheet
Here we present the visual image which guide you about the iPhone and android design guidelines. Your reference to designing apps for the two most popular mobile platforms http://goo.gl/fUjwqq
#iphone #android  
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A new jQuery PhotoStream Script.
A tutorial to learn how to create a responsive photostream for users photos album.
The full script is here http://www.tipocode.com/jquery/jquery-photostream-script/

Happy coding
#photos #photostream #jquery  
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Titan ThinkTank

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Rise and Rise of Ubuntu Mate.
Going straight to top now.
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New in to this weeks Distrowatch chart is Ubuntu MATE at #32
News and feature lists of Linux and BSD distributions.
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Project: Fenix

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Low indeed :D
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How to build apps on Linux
Whether playing on Linux or working on Linux there is a good chance you have come across a program written in python. Back in college I wish they thought us Python instead of Java, it’s fun to learn and useful in building practical applications like the yum package manager. In this tutorial I will take [...]
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Programming Geeks

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Boss VS Leader
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I Like This. Nice :D
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When the H1N1 pandemic struck in 2009, high school senior Eric Chen imagined a new way of fighting the flu with powerful supercomputers. Chen’s research, which may lead to a new class of outbreak-controlling drugs, earned top honors at the 2014 Intel Science and Talent Search. See more of Chen and his fellow young scientists' creations: http://intel.ly/1M4XsYC #STEM #IntelSTS
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В руке кубик рубика после 50000 кратной скоростной сборки
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I am in too many meetings related to digital marketing and analytics, that should not surprise you. What might surprise you is how frequently I'll see the below Dilbert come to life. 

The internet has not been a boon to truth, now we just have more data to confuse people with. And what's heart-breaking is how we all seem to have lost our ability to use our natural skepticism of crap and common sense in these situations.

Just because there is a number on a pretty slide does not make it true. Even if it is being presented by an authoritative person. Even if the slide has copious footnotes, with references to authoritative sources. (That last one is perhaps an even better reason to be doubtful!).  

People: Be, a tiny bit skeptical (without being rude). And, never lose sight of your common sense!
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What a coincidence.
87% of all statistics are made up on the spot.
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I'm Programmer

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Google Summer of code 2015

Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers students stipends to write code for open source projects. We have worked with the open source community to identify and fund exciting projects for the upcoming summer.

More athttp://goo.gl/1GA44I

The R Project has once again been selected as a mentoring organization for this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC).  If you're not familiar with GSoC, it's a global program that offers students a stipend to write code for open source projects, under the direction of a mentor.  Mentors get code written for their project, but no money.  Students get something like a paid summer internship, with open-source contributions they can reference on their resume.
If you’re interested in participating as a student or a mentor, there's an overview of the GSoC program on The R Project GSoC 2015 Wiki.  The wiki also includes a timeline and links to prior year's projects.

Several mentors from various backgrounds have already proposed projects for students to work on this summer.  Mentors have until March 9th to submit projects they would be willing to support, and student applications begin on March 16th.

https://www.google-melange.com/gsoc/homepage/google/gsoc2015
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