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Should I start learning computer science by myself or should I take a class at a local community college?

Learn Programming - 3 hours 9 min ago

I get basically one free class a semester because of my scholarship, and I've been interested in computers ever since I was a kid. However, when I took a computer science class in high school (they taught Java) I struggled. Now, I want to see if i should go back to it to see if I like it. The college offers intro to computer science c++/Java. Do you guys think I should start teaching myself or should I utilize this free class I can take?

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Eon 2.6.9 - Simple and elegant time tracking.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 3 hours 13 min ago


Eon helps you easily track time on your Mac. Eon allows you to easily post time to several services to make invoicing as painless as possible.

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.



Version 2.6.9:
  • Improved Project Bubble support.


  • OS X 10.11 or later


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Korg finally has a mixer to link up those tiny Volca synths

Engadget - 3 hours 14 min ago
Korg has been producing a ton of little synths in its Volca series over the last several years. Announced back in 2013, the initial Volca Beat, Bass and Keys started a run that eventually included an OK Go sample box, an '80s-style FM synth and an os...

Anyone else not seeing Jan 17 2017 data in Sales and Trends yet?

iOS Programming - 3 hours 15 min ago

I cant see data for the 17th is says time zones are not completed but they are - generally all data is available for me at 4pm Western Europe Timezone. Just wondering if anyone else is having this issue?

Thanks

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Text Blocks 0.9.2 - Compose e-mails and documents from text blocks (beta).

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 3 hours 17 min ago

Text Blocks lets you compose e-mails and documents from frequently used text blocks. Text Blocks is built around search - there are no abbreviations to memorize. Name and email address of the person you are replying to are detected automatically, and can be used to personalize the greeting in your templates. You can use form fields to further customize your text blocks. Once you’re done replying to an email, you can have the app schedule a reminder to follow up with somebody or add their contact details to a spreadsheet (great for keeping track of potential customers, contact lists, feature requests, bug reports, etc.).

Features
  • Speedier email replies:
    • Save your most frequent replies as text blocks and reuse them
    • Personalize your text blocks with form fields
    • Use tags to organize your text blocks
  • Apple Mail integration:
    • Name and email address of the person you’re replying to are detected automatically
    • Automatically personalize the greeting in your messages with the correct name
  • Workflow integration:
    • Have the app schedule a reminder after replying to follow up with somebody later
    • Automatically save the contact details of whom you’re replying to in a spreadsheet
    • Keep unrelated text blocks in separate documents (e.g., one set of text blocks per project)


Version 0.9.2:
  • New: use a menu bar icon instead of the dock (enable via Text Blocks → Preferences…)


  • macOS 10.12.6 or later


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Best way to sell any software as coder.

Learn Programming - 3 hours 18 min ago

I worked as freelancer for more than 4 years. Am living from that, but has been some time that i dont want to keep working for clients.

Currently am just thinking on big projects, big softwares, just important ones and with a purpose. Not just creating, scrapers, simple softwares, etc.

I want to work on my own projects that i've got in mind. So, i started to build an store to promote my softwares. (They are very good...... Or its because i coded it.), mostly for SEO & Social Networks Services.

Assuming that you're understanding all of this simple story for most but hard for me.

I wanted to know if anyone has succesfully build an store to promote your wn softwares and if you can give me an example how did you promote your store from scratch? Or what service did you use to boost your sales?

Thanks in advanced.

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Practice Recursion in Java/Python

Learn Programming - 3 hours 19 min ago

This website has been a thing for a long time, but there’s only been 3 posts from 2+ years ago that barely mention it.

It offers a goal to reach through recursion without using multiplication or loops. It has an IED/Compiler built in and organizes the output of each recursive iteration nearly on a graph and displays what you want to output, and what you’re currently outputting.

CodingBat Recursion

I have not looked to see what else the site offers but I’d imagine more than just Recursion.

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MailRaider Pro 3.13 - Read Outlook .MSG files on your Mac.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 3 hours 22 min ago


MailRaider Pro offers MailRaider's abilities to read old, archived Outlook .MSG files, but with additional Pro features:

  • Bulk processing
  • The option to display your email with the formatting intact, as it was originally sent, or as plain text
  • The ability to save into a customizable XML format so that you can further process your email using tools of your own
  • Spotlight and Quicklook support
  • Customizable user interface
  • Beautiful icons and an entirely 'Retina' optimized user interface.
  • Detailed help, covering all the functionality of MailRaider Pro, and including useful tips on how to get help on using MailRaider Pro
  • Support for a broad range of formats


Version 3.13:
  • Bug fixes
  • Performance improvements


  • OS X 10.10 or later


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Glue for Form2 tough resin?

3D printing news - 3 hours 25 min ago

I've got a project where, for prototyping purposes only, I need to glue a brass threaded insert into a shaft of form2 tough resin.

Was wondering if anyone has experience and a suggested glue/epoxy/etc.

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Poedit 2.0.6 - Cross-platform gettext catalogs (.po files) editor.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 3 hours 26 min ago


Poedit is a gettext translation (.po file) editor for Unix, Windows, and OS X. It aims to provide translators with a simple, easy-to-use user interface with all the essential tools, such as spellchecker or translation memory. It can also be used to manage translations for small projects.

The additional features of Poedit Pro are available for $19.99.



Version 2.0.6:
  • Fixed hanging with certain rare (non-UTF8, non-ASCII msgids) PO files.


  • OS X 10.10 or later


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Web dev as a freelancer or look for a job

Learn Programming - 3 hours 27 min ago

Hi,

I Have started learning web development form the past 8 months. Till now learnt html,css,js,jquery,bootstrap,php and mysql..need to learn laravel,ajax,json,seo and wordpress..I'm not expert in all these things..but i know how to get things done..should i start as a freelance developer or should i look for a job to begin with?

Thanks, Rahul

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Nintendo Labo: Overpriced or innovative?

Engadget - 3 hours 31 min ago
Weird Nintendo is often the best Nintendo, or so it is said. After all, two of its biggest successes (the Wii and the Switch) are far from ordinary consoles. Now, with a year of huge Switch sales behind it, Nintendo is getting even weirder with Labo...

Correctly Formatting Java Programs as a question

Learn Programming - 3 hours 36 min ago

I am new to reddit, but i am willling to learn. I dont understnd why the <enter> button wont create a new line. Since that is the case, then what do i use to correctly format a program i am trying to post?

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CudaText 1.35.0 - Code editor with syntax highlight for lot of languages.

MacUpdate - Mac OS X - 3 hours 40 min ago


CudaText is a cross-platform code editor.

Features
  • Syntax highlight for many languages: C, C++, Java, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, PHP, Python, XML... in all, more than 180 syntaxes
  • Code folding
  • Code-tree structure
  • Multi-carets, multi-selections
  • Special auto-completion for HTML and CSS
  • Simple auto-completion for some lexers
  • Find/Replace with reg-ex
  • Split tab -- split view for 2/3/4/6 files
  • Plugins in Python language
  • Command palette
  • JSON config files
  • Customizable shortcuts
  • Can view picture files (JPEG/PNG/GIF/BMP/ICO)
  • Char map

For info on how to config, check out the website.



Version 1.35.0:
  • Add: auto-completion listbox in HTML allows multi-carets (like Sublime does)
  • Add: on macOS, some features use Command-key instead of Ctrl-key: Ctrl+click; Ctrl+(double click); Ctrl with drag-drop of text
  • Add: API
  • Change: option "lexer_dynamic_hilite" turned off by default (problems with option on macOS; slows down)
  • Fix: Find dialog: Shift key runs search


  • OS X 10.8 or later


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CLI only Debian VM

Command Line - 3 hours 41 min ago

I want to see just how far I can push my everyday computer use into the command line. I'm not a total noob when it comes to either linux or the command line, but I'm hopeless when it comes to building programs from source.

My questions are: How can I build vlc with framebuffer support, or should I stick with mplayer? What programs do you recommend? I've got irssi, screen, alpine, lynx, music on console, midnight commander, newsbeuter, rtorrent, vim and htop. Is it still possible to use irssi with facebook chat? And finally (for now), how can I get the menu based aptitude interface I know and love? I don't mind installing using only apt-get, but I like to be able to browse available packages to see if any tickle my fancy.

Thank you in advance to anyone willing to answer any of my questions.

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'Counter-Strike' tournaments will now stream exclusively on Facebook

Engadget - 3 hours 43 min ago
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Pro League has got a new home. Starting February 13th, the beginning of its seventh season, it'll be streamed exclusively on Facebook, along with the ESL One Dota 2 and CS:GO tournament series. ESL, the company behind...

Feds charge Barclays trader with fraud in Hewlett-Packard deal

The Register - 3 hours 53 min ago
Forex head alleged to have manipulated market in 'front-running' scheme

The former head of foreign currency exchanges at Barclays New York has been charged with devising and executing a "scheme to defraud HP of money and property", according to an indictment entered yesterday.…

Discord Algorithms Study Group for Princeton Algorithms, Part I, starting Jan. 22, session.

Learn Programming - 3 hours 59 min ago

TLDR: If you want to be a part of a focused study group, and are willing to work together to see this course through to the end, then please join our study group on discord here.

Hello fellow programmers, I am part of a discord group that started last year to complete the Algorithms, Part I that is offered on Coursera. Unfortunately the group dissolved fairly quickly,with only one person, that I know of, completing the course, and all other members just slowly drop out. Even worse, the very person who started the discord group and also recruited members from this very subreddit of which I found out about it in the first place, also abandoned the group. Because of this, I would like to add some stipulations to those who may be interested in joining, I understand this may reduce the number of people able and willing to join, but I feel it would help to increase the success of the group overall.

  • You have a somewhat stable schedule, and would be willing to devote at least an hour a day(most days) to discussion of the course

  • You are not some programming genius who is just joining to stroke your ego about how much better a programmer you are, but genuinely are there to learn and to help others

  • You are absolutely determined to see this course through to its completion

  • You agree to not look up solutions to the assignments from outside sources, and do not share your solutions with others, but instead help to guide them in the right direction

If this sounds like you, welcome aboard!!!.

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