• Why This MIT Dropout Started an Anti-College

    To watch the next episode, Turning Junk into Treehouses, click here: http://bit.ly/1IkgVqe Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/c/seekerstories?sub_confirmation=1 Disenchanted with the out-of-date curriculum of traditional college, Jeremy Rossmann dropped out of MIT. Within a few years, he and co-founder Ashu Desai, started The Make School, a college replacement program for founders and developers. "Our core philosophy is if you teach the same thing two years in a row, it's got to be wrong because computer science as a field and software engineering as a discipline is moving so fast," said Rossmann. Instead of tests, there's project-based work. Instead of tuition upfront, there's a debt-free model charged to students only once they find employment after graduation. The Make School also...

    published: 03 Dec 2015
  • 6-10: C++ Lowest Score Drop from Average (C++ arrays, C++ functions, C++ loops)

    Starting With C++: From Control Structures to Objects Programming Challenge 6-10: Lowest Score Drop from Average (C++ arrays, C++ functions, C++ loops) Write a program that calculates the average of a group of test scores, where the lowest score in the group is dropped. It should use the following functions: - void getScore() should ask the user for a test score, store it in a reference paramater variable, and validate it. This function should be called by main once for each of the five scores to be entered. - void calcAverage() should calculate and display the average of the four highest scores. This function should be called just once by main, and should be passed the five scores. - int findLowest() should find and return the lowest of the five scores passed to it. It should be called b...

    published: 09 Dec 2014
  • Dropping Out of College for Silicon Valley | My Story & Advice

    My story: Why I dropped out of a top university and moved to San Fransisco to join a tech startup as a Software Engineer. I made the decision to leave my path to a Computer Science degree at the University of Washington in Seattle to San Francisco, working as a Software & Product Engineer for a 3-person funded B2B startup in the mobile SaaS space. https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrickoakleyellis

    published: 18 May 2015
  • C Programming Tutorial - 11 - Getting Input with scanf

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  • What is the difference between Programmer and Developer

    There comes a time when you start to wonder what is the difference between a programmer and a developer. By the time you are done watching this video, you will know just that. Music: Frost Waltz (Alternate) by Kevin MacLeod CC-BY http://incompetech.com/

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  • Punch Card Programming - Computerphile

    How did punch card systems work? Professor Brailsford delves further into the era of mainframe computing with this hands-on look at punch cards. Extra Material on Punch Cards: http://youtu.be/lkSGMrH5Kic Extra Material - behind the scenes: http://youtu.be/Wi326Leuemg Mainframes to Unix: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rPPqm44xLs Near to the Metal: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNuFVq5QeRk Addendum: "ICL punched cards actually have 12 rows -- not 11 as stated in the film. Choosing any two hole positions out of 12 gives 66 combinations -- which can represent 66 different characters. This in turn is more than enough for the 64 possibilities of a 6-bit character held in ICL computer memory. Also, some special characters could actually utilise three hole configurations adding further to the...

    published: 21 Aug 2013
  • joti sidhu - moderate stimulation

    It was Acid House in 1988 that got Joti hooked on electronic dance music. It was also the same year that he started djing in bars and clubs around Brighton in the UK at the tender age of 17. His first international gig was in Paris in September 1990, at "Fort de Champigny" with D-Shake and other headlining acts of the time. It was shortly after this that Joti embarked on the next natural step, making music. Enter the Legendary Atari Computer, built in MIDI, rock solid timing and the original Steinberg Cubase Sequencing software. A marriage that would take Jotis understanding of electronic music to a new level. In 1992 he was taken under the wing of Dave Allen (most recognised as Producer of The Cure from 1985) and Andy Wright (Production on Massive Attack, Dave Stuart, Eurythymics) workin...

    published: 18 Aug 2011
  • Java Programming Tutorial - 15 - Use Methods with Parameters

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    published: 09 May 2009
  • Buckys C++ Programming Tutorials - 13 - Using Variables in Classes

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    published: 07 Apr 2011
  • C Programming Tutorial - 2 - Setting Up Code Blocks

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    published: 04 Aug 2014
  • Best Dubstep Mix 2016 [Brutal Dubstep Drops]

    For more songs click here: http://bit.ly/1bhqmrm Wallpaper: https://www.facebook.com/AlexMTCH.Official FREE DOWNLOAD! : http://statictab.com/arjk4jh Follow Alex MTCH: https://www.youtube.com/user/mtchdubstep https://www.facebook.com/AlexMTCH.Official https://soundcloud.com/alexmtch Visual by Zet: https://www.facebook.com/ZetDNB https://www.soundcloud.com/ZetDNB https://www.youtube.com/ZetDNB COPYRIGHT NOTICE Mail: mtchdubstep@gmail.com Please note, if you are the artist of any of the songs/wallpaper promoted here in this channel, you have total control. This is a right you have and we will not change that. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to inbox me! "If any part of the contents of this channel is that your property (as a musician, label, image distributor or artist),...

    published: 17 May 2016
  • 7.15: Drag and Drop a File - p5.js Tutorial

    This video looks at how you can create a "drag and drop" zone as a DOM element and use that file dragged and dropped (such as an image) in your code. Next Video: https://youtu.be/CMsD3IigG7g Support this channel on Patreon: https://patreon.com/codingtrain Contact: https://twitter.com/shiffman Send me your questions and coding challenges!: https://github.com/CodingTrain/Rainbow-Topics Link to code on Github: https://github.com/CodingTrain/Rainbow-Code p5.js: http://p5js.org For More p5.js Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRqwX-V7Uu6Zy51Q-x9tMWIv9cueOFTFA Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/QbuN/

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  • Switching Jobs As A Fresh Programmer

    FREE COURSE - 7 Reasons You're Underpaid as a Software Developer http://vid.io/xoue Visit: http://simpleprogrammer.com/ How To Market Yourself Course: http://simpleprogrammer.com/howtomarketyourself Switching Jobs As A Fresh Programmer... Is It Viable? Some Programmers have the dream of switching jobs. They want to start a new career or even, switch jobs to earn more income. What is the best way to do it? Is it viable? Is every programmer capable of switching jobs and getting a better offer? Watch this video and find out! If you have a question, email me at john@simpleprogrammer.com If you liked this video, share, like and, of course, subscribe! Subscribe To My YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/1zPTNLT Visit Simple Programmer Website: http://simpleprogrammer.com/ Connect with me on so...

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  • Web Programming - Drag and Drop in Javascript

    Using jQueryUI - this video demonstrates how to dynamically display an image and to drag it and drop it in a drop zone. Useful for creating a Javascript based card game or any other type of game that might use drag and drop functionality. Code and information about this are available at https://cop4813eaglin.pbworks.com/w/page/69126525/Lecture%20-%20Drag%20and%20Drop%20in%20Javascript

    published: 18 Sep 2013
  • 6 ways to make apps for non programmers: outsourcing freelancers, using software & learning to code

    Link to my course on how to make a successful app business, get 1,000,000+ downloads and make money with apps: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-create-grow-a-mobile-app-iphone-android-business/?couponCode=ten_youtube Link to my business planning course: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-write-a-business-plan/?couponCode=ten_youtube In this tutorial I explain how to create a mobile app on Android or iPhone even if you are not a programmer, and don't know how to code. The 6 strategies are outsourcing, learning to code, finding co-founders for your app business, a hybrid approach where you hire programmers to help you code the app while also teaching you how to program, hiring web development agencies, and using off the shelf tools to get your app created without writing any code. When non-techni...

    published: 02 Aug 2016
  • Praise Of Folly - Delicate Pallor

    Praise Of Folly - Praise Of Folly K7 Ltd Edit. (St. Thomas Productions, 1994) support this artist: http://www.myspace.com/praiseoffolly Praise of Folly was formed in 1990 by Brady Ray Renick (guitar/vocals), Ryan Thompson (drums/vocals), and Thomas McFarlan (bass/lead vocals). They began composing music under the band name Divination. After disputes over the band name, Brady came up with In Praise of Folly after reading excerpts from the book written by Erasmus Desiderius. The same year of their formation, In Praise of Folly played at the Roxy in Los Angeles. The band later dropped the In from their name. From the existing discography, the songs In My Eyes, Delicate Pallor, The Hanged Man, He Stands Cross Armed, Mortal Wound, and Evelyn Widow were composed by the original lineup (Brady, ...

    published: 18 Aug 2010
Why This MIT Dropout Started an Anti-College

Why This MIT Dropout Started an Anti-College

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To watch the next episode, Turning Junk into Treehouses, click here: http://bit.ly/1IkgVqe Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/c/seekerstories?sub_confirmation=1 Disenchanted with the out-of-date curriculum of traditional college, Jeremy Rossmann dropped out of MIT. Within a few years, he and co-founder Ashu Desai, started The Make School, a college replacement program for founders and developers. "Our core philosophy is if you teach the same thing two years in a row, it's got to be wrong because computer science as a field and software engineering as a discipline is moving so fast," said Rossmann. Instead of tests, there's project-based work. Instead of tuition upfront, there's a debt-free model charged to students only once they find employment after graduation. The Make School also claims to bring its students better access to top tech company functions, networking, and guidance as they shape their career. Classes focus on developing desirable qualities and capabilities as expressed by current hiring managers in Silicon Valley. Beyond programming classes, subjects also include nutrition, health, writing, and exercise - tools to succeed in a professional life. "And then some more general life skills, communication, empathy, understanding the history of tech and then a big segment on ethics. So Uber, what do we think? Airbnb, where do we stand? Is it okay to start a company in that way? Is it beneficial for society? Are the laws out of date? How does this all work behind the scenes?" Rossmann continued. In September 2015, The Make School began its first academic year with nearly 30 full-time students in the founding class. Some students are fresh out of high school, some have left their colleges to pursue education here instead. They all live together in dorm-like housing in San Francisco, and though they may also be carrying fake IDs, it's not to sneak into bars for fun like their university-counterparts. It's usually to be able to hear a tech company founder speak at a networking event, or meet other contacts in the industry for a job. Not everyone is on board with the new program, including some parents, who prefer their children still attend traditional, name-recognized universities. To which Rossmann responds, "When LinkedIn and Lyft and these companies with tens of millions of dollars of funding are all committing contractually to coming and recruit here, and they don't come to the school where your child is studying, that means something." To watch Turning Junk into Treehouses, click here: http://bit.ly/1IkgVqe Subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/c/seekerstories?sub_confirmation=1 Join the Seeker community! Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeekerNetwork Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Seeker-Network/872690716088418?ref=hl Instagram: http://instagram.com/seekernetwork Tumblr: http://seekernetwork.tumblr.com App - iOS http://seekernetwork.com/ios App - Android http://seekernetwork.com/android Executive Producer: Laura Ling Producer: Paige Hansen Cinematographer: Spencer Snider, Alex Gerhard Editor: Lee Mould
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6-10: C++ Lowest Score Drop from Average (C++ arrays, C++ functions, C++ loops)

6-10: C++ Lowest Score Drop from Average (C++ arrays, C++ functions, C++ loops)

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Starting With C++: From Control Structures to Objects Programming Challenge 6-10: Lowest Score Drop from Average (C++ arrays, C++ functions, C++ loops) Write a program that calculates the average of a group of test scores, where the lowest score in the group is dropped. It should use the following functions: - void getScore() should ask the user for a test score, store it in a reference paramater variable, and validate it. This function should be called by main once for each of the five scores to be entered. - void calcAverage() should calculate and display the average of the four highest scores. This function should be called just once by main, and should be passed the five scores. - int findLowest() should find and return the lowest of the five scores passed to it. It should be called by calcAverage() function, which uses the function to determine which of the five scores to drop. NOTE: Do not accept test scores lower than 0 or higher than 100 Learning to code? Follow my C++ tutorials for beginners. I do a lot of C++ programming challenges and C++ projects as part of my homework - every day! If you are learning to program, nothing beats solving real programming exercises and coding challenges. So don't forget to subscribe, as I release new programming videos every day! Learning to code? Follow my C++ tutorials for beginners. I do a lot of C++ programming challenges and C++ projects as part of my homework - every day! If you are learning to program, nothing beats solving real programming exercises and coding challenges. So don't forget to subscribe, as I release new programming videos every day!
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Dropping Out of College for Silicon Valley | My Story & Advice

Dropping Out of College for Silicon Valley | My Story & Advice

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My story: Why I dropped out of a top university and moved to San Fransisco to join a tech startup as a Software Engineer. I made the decision to leave my path to a Computer Science degree at the University of Washington in Seattle to San Francisco, working as a Software & Product Engineer for a 3-person funded B2B startup in the mobile SaaS space. https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrickoakleyellis
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C Programming Tutorial - 11 - Getting Input with scanf

C Programming Tutorial - 11 - Getting Input with scanf

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What is the difference between Programmer and Developer

What is the difference between Programmer and Developer

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There comes a time when you start to wonder what is the difference between a programmer and a developer. By the time you are done watching this video, you will know just that. Music: Frost Waltz (Alternate) by Kevin MacLeod CC-BY http://incompetech.com/
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Punch Card Programming - Computerphile

Punch Card Programming - Computerphile

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How did punch card systems work? Professor Brailsford delves further into the era of mainframe computing with this hands-on look at punch cards. Extra Material on Punch Cards: http://youtu.be/lkSGMrH5Kic Extra Material - behind the scenes: http://youtu.be/Wi326Leuemg Mainframes to Unix: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rPPqm44xLs Near to the Metal: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNuFVq5QeRk Addendum: "ICL punched cards actually have 12 rows -- not 11 as stated in the film. Choosing any two hole positions out of 12 gives 66 combinations -- which can represent 66 different characters. This in turn is more than enough for the 64 possibilities of a 6-bit character held in ICL computer memory. Also, some special characters could actually utilise three hole configurations adding further to the possibilities." http://www.facebook.com/computerphile https://twitter.com/computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: http://bit.ly/nottscomputer Computerphile is a sister project to Brady Haran's Numberphile. See the full list of Brady's video projects at: http://bit.ly/bradychannels
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joti sidhu - moderate stimulation

joti sidhu - moderate stimulation

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It was Acid House in 1988 that got Joti hooked on electronic dance music. It was also the same year that he started djing in bars and clubs around Brighton in the UK at the tender age of 17. His first international gig was in Paris in September 1990, at "Fort de Champigny" with D-Shake and other headlining acts of the time. It was shortly after this that Joti embarked on the next natural step, making music. Enter the Legendary Atari Computer, built in MIDI, rock solid timing and the original Steinberg Cubase Sequencing software. A marriage that would take Jotis understanding of electronic music to a new level. In 1992 he was taken under the wing of Dave Allen (most recognised as Producer of The Cure from 1985) and Andy Wright (Production on Massive Attack, Dave Stuart, Eurythymics) working as a programmer and given the job title "Groove Consultant", he worked with various acts such as Gianna Nannini , The Commitments, The Human League (Producer Mark "Spike" Stent). Programming sessions in top studios such as The Hit Factory, Rak and Olympic to name but a few. Around this time he started getting seriously into the london underground party scene and eventually one day with friends in 1993 found himself at an exclusive outdoor party at a remote quarry in West London, put on by a record company called Dragonfly. This was where Joti first got his taste of the Psychedelic sound. Mike Maguire(Juno Reactor) and Serge Souque(Total Eclipse, Antidote) were doing their legendary dj double act and Joti was hooked. Here he met Dino Psaras and Steve Ronan. They went straight to Jotis studio after the party and Ayahuasca was born!!! The first releases of Ayahuasca were on "A Concept in Dance", XL Records, one of the first Psytrance compilations. Ayahuasca also released on Dragonfly Records and followed up these releases with a remix of Paul Oakenfolds "Rise" on Perfecto Records. After leaving Ayahuasca Joti started his solo act PSYCHAOS, (which was the first time anyone used the PSY term in the scene), whose first legendary release Psychaos "Psychaos" was on the second Concept in Dance entitled "Tribal Science" released in 1995. This was when his sound and Psychaos became extremely popular around the globe playing at weird and wonderful places from Guadeloupe, French Caribbean, to Nevada Deserts "The Burning Man Festival", from Castles in France and Yugoslavia, Ancient Ruins in Greece, Mount Fuji in Japan, to Expo Portugal in Lisbon, Summer ski resorts in the mountains of Switzerland to the clubby well trodden winter circuits of Europe and quite a few places in between. In 1998, with the setting up of Atomic Records in Brighton UK, and Psychaos as its first release, Joti soon became one of the top selling acts, and has certainly carved his distinctive style into the music and the scene, releasing such tracks as ; "Intellect" (TIP), "Perception of Reality" (ACID), "Chaos to Order" (Transient), "Creative Anomaly" (Atomic) to name but afew. Joti also enjoys collaborating with other artists and friends with tracks such as ; "Science Fiction" with Ben Watkins (Juno Reaktor, 'The Matrix'), "Outer Breath" Aztec (Atomic), "1000 Planets" with Paul Jackson (Dragonfly), "Dodgy Connection" with Tim Schuldt. To name afew of the oldies... In 1999 Joti released his solo album Psychaos "Cause and Effect" on Atomic records. This was followed by a string of releases such as the "Techno Logical" 12" and "Docklands State of Mind Vol2" (Docklands Records, Sweden), "Creative Anomaly" on Kiss The Future (Atomic Records). After the closing of Atomic Records late 2001 Joti started working closer with Neurobioic Records, Italy, managed and owned by Dj Edoardo Marvaso. In the last few years Joti has "put himself back to school", redefined his sound and technique and dropped the PSYCHAOS name as the whole PSY thing seemed to be wearing thin....he finished his second album , which sees joti taking a cleaner slicker production line under the guise of "JOTI SIDHU" calling the album "PUNKTUATOR" and the release being on Neurobiotic records in 2003. Since 2006 Joti has left the UK and has moved to Ibiza.....which has seen another change in direction. VA - Tourist Trophy Tracks Label: Solstice Music International -- SOLMC-070 Country: Japan Released: 16 Jun 2006 Genre: Electronic Style: Psy-Trance Tracklist 1. Bio-Tonic - The Chase Is Better Than The Race 7:57 2. Hujaboy - The Eternal Now 8:39 3. Joti Sidhu - Moderate Stimulation 8:50 4. Quadra - Fiber Optics 7:03 5. Gataka vs DJ Ziki - Time Reaction 7:26 6. Talamasca - Feelings 7:40 7. Sun Paulo - I Against The Speed (Quadra Remix) 6:42 8. Wrecked Machines - Wind Jammer 7:20 9. Bio-Tonic - Rock And Tonic 7:45
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Java Programming Tutorial - 15 - Use Methods with Parameters

Java Programming Tutorial - 15 - Use Methods with Parameters

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Buckys C++ Programming Tutorials - 13 - Using Variables in Classes

Buckys C++ Programming Tutorials - 13 - Using Variables in Classes

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C Programming Tutorial - 2 - Setting Up Code Blocks

C Programming Tutorial - 2 - Setting Up Code Blocks

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Best Dubstep Mix 2016 [Brutal Dubstep Drops]

Best Dubstep Mix 2016 [Brutal Dubstep Drops]

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For more songs click here: http://bit.ly/1bhqmrm Wallpaper: https://www.facebook.com/AlexMTCH.Official FREE DOWNLOAD! : http://statictab.com/arjk4jh Follow Alex MTCH: https://www.youtube.com/user/mtchdubstep https://www.facebook.com/AlexMTCH.Official https://soundcloud.com/alexmtch Visual by Zet: https://www.facebook.com/ZetDNB https://www.soundcloud.com/ZetDNB https://www.youtube.com/ZetDNB COPYRIGHT NOTICE Mail: mtchdubstep@gmail.com Please note, if you are the artist of any of the songs/wallpaper promoted here in this channel, you have total control. This is a right you have and we will not change that. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to inbox me! "If any part of the contents of this channel is that your property (as a musician, label, image distributor or artist), please send me a personal message and your content will be removed within 48 hours. Please do not flag my channel
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7.15: Drag and Drop a File - p5.js Tutorial

7.15: Drag and Drop a File - p5.js Tutorial

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This video looks at how you can create a "drag and drop" zone as a DOM element and use that file dragged and dropped (such as an image) in your code. Next Video: https://youtu.be/CMsD3IigG7g Support this channel on Patreon: https://patreon.com/codingtrain Contact: https://twitter.com/shiffman Send me your questions and coding challenges!: https://github.com/CodingTrain/Rainbow-Topics Link to code on Github: https://github.com/CodingTrain/Rainbow-Code p5.js: http://p5js.org For More p5.js Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRqwX-V7Uu6Zy51Q-x9tMWIv9cueOFTFA Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/QbuN/
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Switching Jobs As A Fresh Programmer

Switching Jobs As A Fresh Programmer

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FREE COURSE - 7 Reasons You're Underpaid as a Software Developer http://vid.io/xoue Visit: http://simpleprogrammer.com/ How To Market Yourself Course: http://simpleprogrammer.com/howtomarketyourself Switching Jobs As A Fresh Programmer... Is It Viable? Some Programmers have the dream of switching jobs. They want to start a new career or even, switch jobs to earn more income. What is the best way to do it? Is it viable? Is every programmer capable of switching jobs and getting a better offer? Watch this video and find out! If you have a question, email me at john@simpleprogrammer.com If you liked this video, share, like and, of course, subscribe! Subscribe To My YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/1zPTNLT Visit Simple Programmer Website: http://simpleprogrammer.com/ Connect with me on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SimpleProgrammer Twitter: https://twitter.com/jsonmez Other Links: Sign up for the Simple Programmer Newsletter: http://simpleprogrammer.com/email Simple Programmer blog: http://simpleprogrammer.com/blog Learn how to learn anything quickly: http://10stepstolearn.com Boost your career now: http://devcareerboost.com
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Web Programming - Drag and Drop in Javascript

Web Programming - Drag and Drop in Javascript

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  • Updated: 18 Sep 2013
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Using jQueryUI - this video demonstrates how to dynamically display an image and to drag it and drop it in a drop zone. Useful for creating a Javascript based card game or any other type of game that might use drag and drop functionality. Code and information about this are available at https://cop4813eaglin.pbworks.com/w/page/69126525/Lecture%20-%20Drag%20and%20Drop%20in%20Javascript
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6 ways to make apps for non programmers: outsourcing freelancers, using software & learning to code

6 ways to make apps for non programmers: outsourcing freelancers, using software & learning to code

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  • Updated: 02 Aug 2016
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Link to my course on how to make a successful app business, get 1,000,000+ downloads and make money with apps: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-create-grow-a-mobile-app-iphone-android-business/?couponCode=ten_youtube Link to my business planning course: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-write-a-business-plan/?couponCode=ten_youtube In this tutorial I explain how to create a mobile app on Android or iPhone even if you are not a programmer, and don't know how to code. The 6 strategies are outsourcing, learning to code, finding co-founders for your app business, a hybrid approach where you hire programmers to help you code the app while also teaching you how to program, hiring web development agencies, and using off the shelf tools to get your app created without writing any code. When non-technical app entrepreneurs first try to create an app, one of their first impulses is to partner with an app developer. It is a great strategy in theory, but the challenge there is that the developer would have to work for free. That isn't too attractive for the developer because if they work for free, they might as well work on their mobile app business ideas, and not yours. Additionally, according to Paul Graham of Y Combinator, it isn't a good idea to jump into business relationships with people that you have no working history with. Another thing you can do to have your mobile app developed if you are not a programmer is to hire a freelance app developer to create the app for you. These days, the cost of the development has really dropped, and you can get an app developed for a relatively inexpensive price. If you want slightly higher quality, better design and more reliability and dependability from your developers, you can hire a mobile app agency. The only problem with hiring an app agency is that it will cost more money. But you will get your app created faster, and it will probably be better than if you had just paid a single freelance software engineer to do it for you. You can also create an Android or iPhone mobile app if you use off the shelf software where you can use their drag and drop technology to create screens for your app. You can also try to learn how to make apps by learning Android development or iOS development with which you will be able to make mobile apps for Android or iPhone.
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Praise Of Folly - Delicate Pallor

Praise Of Folly - Delicate Pallor

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  • Updated: 18 Aug 2010
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Praise Of Folly - Praise Of Folly K7 Ltd Edit. (St. Thomas Productions, 1994) support this artist: http://www.myspace.com/praiseoffolly Praise of Folly was formed in 1990 by Brady Ray Renick (guitar/vocals), Ryan Thompson (drums/vocals), and Thomas McFarlan (bass/lead vocals). They began composing music under the band name Divination. After disputes over the band name, Brady came up with In Praise of Folly after reading excerpts from the book written by Erasmus Desiderius. The same year of their formation, In Praise of Folly played at the Roxy in Los Angeles. The band later dropped the In from their name. From the existing discography, the songs In My Eyes, Delicate Pallor, The Hanged Man, He Stands Cross Armed, Mortal Wound, and Evelyn Widow were composed by the original lineup (Brady, Ryan, & Thomas). Not to be misconstrued as the only songs ever composed by the original lineup. Evelyn Widow was revamped by the latter lineup. The studio versions of the songs feature Mike Naz on guitar, except for Mortal Wound. In 1992, Mike Naz was invited to play guitar and Brady switched to playing bass. This new lineup composed The Envisioned during their first practice. By 1993, Brady had left the band and chose Mike Naz as his replacement on guitar. In 1994, Ryan left the band and Drew joined as keyboardist and drum programmer. The new lineup continued to compose and record new material and toured as far as Mexico City. Individual members of Praise of Folly decided to pursue other musical endeavors and career paths, subsequently parting ways in 1997.
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