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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.
Vantiv asks Senior Technology Designer Asterisk Loftis what he wish he had studied before he started coding professionally. What's your road to code? Hear more from developers at Vantiv ONE: http://bit.ly/2sUp3YS
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...
Pulled out of a data centre . Worked as my router (pfsense) for a few years and power supply died. Let's see what's inside. Link to manufacturers site with more details: http://www.lannerinc.com/products/eol-products/fw-7565
ICD 9 Coding Tutorial — Neoplasm Coding http://www.cco.us/ceu-intro-icd-9-cm-coding-class-yt Let's get into come content. One of our students have asked to review neoplasm coding from the ICD 9 manual. so what this is... it does like someone chewed the corner, that's my kids. They... I was working on this page and they came over. "Can I help you color?" But in any rate, if you have your ICD 9 book handy, this is in the index if you go to the Ns for Neoplasm. The first thing you want to remember about cancer coding or neoplasm coding is the fact that really, you should not start with the neoplasm table. And this was kind of new for me. I had actually been teaching a couple of years before I actually realized that you should look for the main term in the document that you're coding like m...
Release date: Jan 2015 Release party: DiHalt 2016 lite Compo: LowEnd Enhanced Demo Platform: ZX Evolition, TS configuration Ranked: Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/n1k-o/make-me-m Welcome to ZX Enhance compo! COMPO FOR ZX-BASED COMPUTERS: TS-CONFIG, ATM 1/2/3, PROFI, SAM COUPE, V6Z80P, ETC! Rules: http://hype.retroscene.org/blog/events/322.html Visit WWW.EVENTS.RETROSCENE.ORG/ZXE2016 Thanks for watching. Best regards, Hacker VBI ;)
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
Release date: March 2015 Release party: Forever 2015 Compo: zx demo Platform: zx spectrum Ranked: 2nd Pouet: http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=65230 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/n1k-o/new-view-48k-demotrack New View 48K ~~~~~~~~~~~~ A demo for ZX Spectrum 48K + AY (currently supported are 48K and 128K/+2) Presented at Forever 2015 - March 13-15, 2015 Design and main code by Alone Coder / Conscience, NedoPC Main gfx by Trixs / Conscience Intro by TK90X Fan / Conscience Bigscreen pic by Louisa / Conscience End pic by hippiman / Conscience Font by nitrofurano / Conscience Music by nq / skrju, Conscience Thanks to the rest of Conscience for moral support! The demo was started in August 2014 with some of the effects planned long before. By January 2015, the script was ready, and...
Release date: 11.10.2014 Platform: zx spectrum Pouet: http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=64229 k p a c k u p r e s e n t s NQ#20 gift 4 nq #20 = 32 code | trefi title screen | prof4d graphics | tutty music | c-jeff font | pulsar translation | introspec 11.10.2014
Mike and Chris discuss how, even when a laptop seems like the obvious choice, sometimes a desktop may be a better fit. Then, will the fate of Microsoft be slowly and embarrassingly slipping into irrelevance? And of course your fantastic feedback and much, much more! Show Notes & Download: http://bit.ly/cr102
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