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Mirabai Knight Stenographic technology has been locked down to expensive, proprietary hardware and software for decades, depriving the world of the most efficient text entry system devised to date. Plover, a free, cross-platform steno engine that wor
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Welcome to the third part in a series on pathfinding in Unity. In this episode we implement the A* search algorithm (explained in detail in part one: https://youtu.be/-L-WgKMFuhE?list=PLFt_AvWsXl0cq5Umv3pMC9SPnKjfp9eGW) Source code: https://github.com/SebLague/Pathfinding If you'd like to support these videos, you can do so with a recurring pledge on Patreon, or a one-time donation through PayPal. https://www.patreon.com/SebastianLague https://www.paypal.me/SebastianLague
The first of my forthcoming speed code series. This time I'm just doing some Java homework for a compsci class. I'm way ahead of this class, but I'm forced to take it as a prerequisite to the more advanced classes. In this particular homework, we have to draw a "asterisk" like figure using turtles (don't ask), making a method of our own that draws and takes a length as a parameter, and actually works. I hated making it with that bruteforce move, then turn, then move, etc, but that's the way my teacher wants it done... As you can see at the end, if the turtle's path goes beyond the bounds of the world it fucks up the drawing. I wanted to take this into account, but I found out it wasn't necessary. That's why I was doing some weird stuff at the end there. I'm using Eclipse I...
Amazon's Raspberry Pi guide lets coders use Alexa - 26.03.2016 Amazon has published an online guide explaining how to access its virtual assistant Alexa via a Raspberry Pi. The technique presents a lower-cost alternative to buying one of its Echo devices - which are not yet available outside of the US - and an incentive to gain computer skills. The walkthrough includes access to the necessary app data and certificates in order to link the budget computer up to the tech giant's servers. Coding experts welcomed the initiative. The Raspberry Pi pocket-sized computer was designed by a British charity to encourage children and others to learn how to write computer programs. More than eight million units have been sold or given away.
PirateBox is a DIY anonymous offline file-sharing and communications system built with free software and inexpensive off-the-shelf hardware. I've customized mine to have a different front end design through SSH. Again be warned that editing files can mess it up, but only if you don't know exactly what you're doing. My Style Sheet can be downloaded here: https://github.com/TXTCLASS/PirateBoxUI.git More information on PirateBox can be found on: http://piratebox.cc/ Hardware: TP-Link TL3020 V1 Router 16 GB USB Flash Drive
Flowroute team won one of the Cluecon Coder Games 2016! Congrats! Check out ITEXPO IDEA Showcase and IIT RTC hackathon, too. Visit http://www.didx.net/events for the best VoIP, WEBRTC, virtual phone lines, SMS VoIP, IoT, and other such coding, hacking, business and technical development events like IIT RTC in October 2016 in Chicago at http://www.rtc-conference.com/2016/ and at ITEXPO East Feb. 8 - 10 in Ft Lauderdale.at http://itexpo.tmcnet.com/east/collocated-events/idea-showcase.aspx!
For the "ICD-10 Coding--Bonnie Altus" playlist, go to: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRfHZ9wXKs6dJTxMF8y08sxGupC5AAj_P Bonnie Altus (MS,RHIA,CHPS) is an AHIMA Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer and is the Faculty/Department Chair and Health Information Management Program Director for HIM Accreditation at Portland Community College (PCC). For more information about PCC’s Health Information Management (HIM) program, please visit: http://www.pcc.edu/programs/health-info-mgmt/ This video was produced by Distance Education & the Video Production Unit at Portland Community College. PCC©2015
Have you ever wanted to host your own phone system? Replace Google Voice? We go on site to VoxTeleSys, a linux based company that helps keep the Ask Noah Show on the air plus we give you our take on Pop_OS! Show Notes & Download: http://bit.ly/asknoah32 Support Jupiter Broadcasting on Patreon ------------- http://bit.ly/jbsignal --- Jupiter Broadcasting Shows --- Ask Noah ------------------------ http://bit.ly/asknoahshow Coder Radio -------------------- http://bit.ly/coderradio Linux Unplugged ------------- http://bit.ly/linuxunplugged BSD Now ------------------------- http://bit.ly/bsdnow Unfilter ---------------------------- http://bit.ly/Unfilter TechSNAP ----------------------- http://bit.ly/techsnap Linux Action News ---------- http://bit.ly/linuxactionews User Error ------------...
Bill Ledingham Black Duck Software, CTO/EVP of Engineering Bill is the CTO and EVP of Engineering at Black Duck Software, the industry leader in products and solutions which help companies secure and manage their use of open source software. He’s also a partner at Converge Venture Partners, where he actively works with a number of early-stage companies. A veteran in the voice industry, he served as an executive and member of the founding team at SpeechWorks, a leader in speech-based solutions that IPO’d in 2000 and is now part of Nuance. He also has been on the founding team at other companies in the virtualization and information security spaces. Bill holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a M.S. in Industrial Engineering from Stanford, as well as an MBA from Harvard.
More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com Having already installed the Nginx server onto the Raspberry Pi and created web pahes with HTML and CSS we will now add FastCGI PHP to the Pi so that we are able to use dynamic web content from the device. This can allow us to run programs and query back-end databases. For this video we will install php5-fpm and create a simple php page to test all is well with out site
This video is a part of a DIY series where I figure out if it is possible to turn a Raspberry PI into a FreePBX phone server! It worked and was relatively easy for tech head with little Linux experience. Firstly let me apologies! A number of times in the install and explanation I reference the 64gb SD card as a 64mb card! Fail on my part and please don't pick me up on it all the time! I know I'm a numpty! All the filming was done on my Iphone! I didn't want to spend hours editing this! But I do have some more professional looking vids on my channel www.youtube.com/whackstar . I used the following sources to help build the server. I want to say thank you to the guys at Raspberry PI it is truly a great little machine and your site was very helpful. I also want to say thanks to the guys at R...