The internet is ablaze with Windows 10 news this weekend. I guess it’s time for me to upgrade… This post will detail my experience upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 7.
The PHP Quickbase API wrapper, originally written by Joshua McGinnis, is a layer between the Quickbase API and PHP. It allows you to make API calls with PHP and is a lot cleaner than cURLing everything yourself.
I have been working with this API since the start of my career and have had to learn a lot on my own as there aren’t many places with guides for the API. In an effort to help other developers starting out with with this API I have written this article.
This article is going to cover the basic functionality of the wrapper and how to utilize it in your applications.
Smart TV’s are too smart for their own good. They are watching us while we watch them.
This past week a lot of troubling news has surfaced regarding Samsung’s smart TVs. Reports are flooding in on how Samsung’s smart TVs can spy on the users and even inject ads into users own personal content!
I find a lot of my development time is spent working on iOS devices. This proves to be a little difficult for me… because I’m a PC. I have nothing against Macs though. They are wonderful machines if you are willing to pony up the extra cash for one.
The one major advantage Macs have had for me over PC’s (until today) is the ability to utilize the webkit debugging tools in Safari/Chrome. On a Mac you could simply plug in your device and test away. On Windows…. not so much.
Today, the Raspberry Pi 2 is available for purchase and boasts that it is 6x faster than its predecessor at the same price of $35!
If you haven’t heard of the Raspberry Pi by now, it’s a highly affordable ARM based computer that is the size of a credit card. You can create lots of fun projects with it.
A recent study shows that a programmers code is stylistically unique to them. This almost goes without saying as even simple “Hello World” programs can be written in countless ways.
Researchers from Drexel University, the University of Maryland, the University of Goettingen, and Princeton have developed a system that uses natural language processing and machine learning to figure out the authors of source code based solely on their coding style.
This is a great simple breakdown of the weird hardware inside the PlayStation 3. It explains why ports to and from the console are a pain and some of the business decisions behind having the Cell Architecture.
For more videos like this, check out his channel!
Personally, I use Team Viewer for my remote desktop needs, but this seems pretty awesome for iOS users!
Google Brings Chrome Remote Desktop To iOS; Access Your Desktop from iPhone or iPad – Chrome Story.