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I recently wanted an Android shake detection library and came across lots of examples like this which are great for explaining the basics of how the sensor system works. Unfortunately, what they detect is simply a fast acceleration. Simply passing … Continue reading
It’s common to see people advertising a website on a domain they own like mydomain.co.uk yet advertise an email address like email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org instead of email@example.com, which is insane.
Recently one project has been launched and another announced all from the same code base.
One of the things that I think is key to a good technical talk is to introduce concepts instead of getting bogged down in code details.
I want a notes app on my mobile devices, and I want the content synced across all my devices and available at my desktop. Now there are tons of companies clamoring to offer such a service if I just open … Continue reading
Tech Meetup uses Twitter Feed to tweet any new threads started on it’s Google Groups email list. How can we exploit this for fun and profit?
Why do we still have to deal with phone numbers? Why are we still having to remember long numbers, or having to go and look up the number for a pizza place? Or telling someone our number, and checking they … Continue reading
One common trick web authors do because they think it’s neat is make elements of a webpage fixed so as the user scrolls around part of the webpage stays still. “This is so important the viewer must always see it!”, … Continue reading
Most of the time people put a URL as the QR code so they have records of when it’s scanned. I even heard of one firm where the staff had a competition to see who could get their QR code … Continue reading
Hackdays, events that bring many people from different backgrounds together to work on ideas, can be great fun for many reasons. But for computer programmers there is one particular reason it’s great fun. Remember, the aim of the hack day … Continue reading