If you find yourself banging your head against a wall of code, stuck hunting for bugs or causes to erratic behaviour, it easy to get frustrated. And when you’re frustrated, it’s harder to think clearly about the best way to approach your problem. That’s why I’ve written myself a list of tips whenever I’ve been struck by the lightening of clarity and inspiration. And now I’m going to let you in on them.
If you’re finding that your computer turns on of its own volition sometimes and you can’t work out why, I may have found your solution. If your bought or built a computer, laptop, ultrabook or possibly even tablet in the last 4 years, then the cause may be Intel Smart Connect Technology.
If you’ve ever encountered an issue that has had you in a tailspin for ages, only to find that the solution was something you never would have guessed, then maybe you’ve been looking at the problem wrong. Maybe, the problem isn’t the problem at all…
If you haven’t seen Big Hero 6 yet, you either are lazy or you need to read this review so you know why it’s worth seeing, because it really is a great movie. As always, I’ll try to keep this review as spoiler-free as possible, so that you can enjoy Big Hero 6 in all its magnificence for yourself.
As a programmer, it’s often tempting to try and solve your problems by writing programs, rather than hunting for solutions written by others. But that doesn’t mean you don’t want to share them, and hopefully help someone else, like I did with MessagePop, and like I’m doing again with this new program I’ve written called wpTracker.
As a good student, I’ve been very busy lately (and for the last 4 months) studying. So the only thing I’ve had time to write is study notes. I thought that I’d make the most of them, share a bit of my new knowledge with you, and give you a quick crammer’s guide to some of the topics from each of my subjects last semester. The information probably won’t mean a whole lot to you if you’ve never learnt anything about the topic before, but if you have, hopefully, this’ll clear up a few things for you. Continue Reading
As a good student, I’ve been spending all my time lately studying. So the only thing I’ve had time to write is study notes. I thought that I’d make the most of them, share a bit of my new knowledge with you, and give you a quick crammer’s guide to some of the topics from each of my subjects this semester. The information probably won’t mean a whole lot to you if you’ve never learnt anything about the topic before, but if you have, hopefully, this’ll clear up a few things for you.
This one’s about C Programming. This subjects covers making programs in C, pointers, file handling and parameters, generic programming and dynamic data structures.
As I’ve already done a review of every other Windows Upgrade/Update that’s happened recently, it only makes sense that I’d do the same of Windows 8.1 Update, also known as Windows 8.1 Spring Update, Windows 8.1 Update 1, or as I like to call it, Windows 8.1.1.
As a Win8 user, I updated to Win8.1 months ago and since 8.1.1 is suppose to come out in a few weeks, I ought to tell you what I think of plain ol’ Win8.1 before then.
As a Facebook user, I’m pretty sick of Facebook trying to reinvigorate itself by expanding into every possible facet of my life. If they had it their way, every moment of my life (waking or otherwise) would be spent, not just on, but through Facebook. But that’s not how I want to play it. Facebook serves a very specific, finite function in my life, and that’s how I want it to stay.