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  • TechEd Video Chat: SharePoint 2010 with Andrew Connell

    Check out this video interview from TechEd 2010 with SharePoint MVP and guru, Andrew Connell: In the video, Andrew discusses: What is awesome about SharePoint 2010? Silverlight in SharePoint 2010 The SharePoint 2010 development experience Andrews CodeRush plugins that help solve SharePoint development pains Andrew's push to improve DevExpress' involvement in the SharePoint developer market SharePoint education and training from CriticalPath Is Andrew the best...Did you know that DotNetSlackers also publishes .net articles written by top known .net Authors? We already have over 80 articles in several categories including Silverlight. Take a look: here.

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  • Apps Script Developer Chat: Andrew Stillman

    Apps Script Developer Chat: Andrew Stillman Join us for a chat with Andrew Stillman, the developer of several popular scripts in the Script Gallery, such as formMule, formMutant, autoCrat, doctopus, and more. We'll talk with Andrew about his experiences with Apps Script and how he applies it to his work at New Visions for Public Schools and with youpd.org. From: GoogleDevelopers Views: 0 0 ratings Time: 00:00 More in Science & Technology

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  • Will You Accept This Rose?

    - by user715249
    Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-qformat:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0in; mso-para-margin-right:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:10.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0in; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;} Ashley, Bentley and the Masked Man. If these names mean anything to you we know where you’ll be on Monday night – planted in front of your television awaiting the villain’s return and what is sure to be the most dramatic rose ceremony yet on the Bachelorette.  If you’re the Oracle PartnerNetwork Communications Team you’ll be spending your Monday night putting the final touches on the most exciting Partner Kickoff Event yet.  Listen in as Judson tells you more. Starting at 6:00 AM PT on Tuesday, June 29th partners – and potential partners – can tune in to watch the excitement unfold at partner.oracle.com.  The storyline for FY12 will continue to unfold with a special role being outlined for our ISV partners.  SPOILER ALERT: OPN has made an investment in how we’ll go to market together – trust us - you don’t want to get this news from the highlight reel. While we won’t be sending anyone home from the show, we do promise an exciting hour which will gear you up to go to market with Oracle in the new fiscal year.  The Oracle PartnerNetwork FY12 Kickoff is being held live 5 times and will include a ‘date card’ message for each region. EMEA Kickoff - Tuesday, June 29, at 6 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. BT LAD Kickoff – Tuesday, June 29, at 8 a.m. PT / noon DT North America Kickoff – Tuesday, June 29, at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET Japan Kickoff – Tuesday, June 29, at 6 p.m. PT / Wednesday, June 30, at 10 a.m. JT (Tokyo) APAC Kickoff– Tuesday, June 29, at 8 p.m. PT / Wednesday, June 30, at 11 a.m. SGT (Singapore) / 1 p.m. AET (Sydney) We’ll be taking your questions live throughout the show – we hope you’ll “accept our rose” and join us on this amazing journey. The OPN Communications Team

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  • Transcript: Andrew Tridgell on Patent Defence

    <b>ESP Software Patents News:</b> "The following is a transcript of a talk given in New Zealand, 2010. Andrew Tridgell discusses why reading patents is usually a good idea, how to read a patent, and how to work through it with a lawyer to build a solid defence."

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  • A Rose by Any Other Name..

    - by Geoff N. Hiten
    It is always a good start when you can steal a title line from one of the best writers in the English language.  Let’s hope I can make the rest of this post live up to the opening.  One recurring problem with SQL server is moving databases to new servers.  Client applications use a variety of ways to resolve SQL Server names, some of which are not changed easily <cough SharePoint /cough>.  If you happen to be using default instances on both the source and target SQL Server, then the solution is pretty simple.  You create (or bug the network admin until she creates) two DNS “A” records. One points the old name to the new IP address.  The other creates a new alias for the old server, since the original system name is now redirected.  Note this will redirect ALL traffic from the old server to the new server, including RDP and file share connection attempts.    Figure 1 – Microsoft DNS MMC Snap-In   Figure 2 – DNS New Host Dialog Box Both records are necessary so you can still access the old server via an alternate name. Server Role IP Address Name Alias Source 10.97.230.60 SQL01 SQL01_Old Target 10.97.230.80 SQL02 SQL01 Table 1 – Alias List If you or somebody set up connections via IP address, you deserve to have to go to each app and fix it by hand.  That is the only way to fix that particular foul-up. If have to deal with Named Instances either as a source or a target, then it gets more complicated.  The standard fix is to use the SQL Server Configuration Manager (or one of its earlier incarnations) to create a SQL client alias to redirect the connection.  This can be a pain installing and configuring the app on multiple client servers.  The good news is that SQL Server Configuration Manager AND all of its earlier versions simply write a few registry keys.  Extracting the keys into a .reg file makes centralized automated deployment a snap. If the client is a 32-bit system, you have to extract the native key.  If it is a 64-bit, you have to extract the native key and the WoW (32 bit on 64 bit host) key. First, pick a development system to create the actual registry key.  If you do this repeatedly, you can simply edit an existing registry file.  Create the entry using the SQL Configuration Manager.  You must use a 64-bit system to create the WoW key.  The following example redirects from a named instance “SQL01\SQLUtiluty” to a default instance on “SQL02”.   Figure 3 – SQL Server Configuration Manager - Native Figure 3 shows the native key listing. Figure 4 – SQL Server Configuration Manager – WoW If you think you don’t need the WoW key because your app is 64 it, think again.  SQL Server Management Server is a 32-bit app, as are most SQL test utilities.  Always create both keys for 64-bit target systems. Now that the keys exist, we can extract them into a .reg file. Fire up REGEDIT and browse to the following location:  HKLM\Software\Microsoft\MSSQLServer\Client\ConnectTo.  You can also search the registry for the string value of one of the server names (old or new). Right click on the “ConnectTo” label and choose “Export”.  Save with an appropriate name and location.  The resulting file should look something like this: Figure 5 – SQL01_Alias.reg Repeat the process with the location: HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\MSSQLServer\Client\ConnectTo Note that if you have multiple alias entries, ALL of the entries will be exported.  In that case, you can edit the file and remove the extra aliases. You can edit the files together into a single file.  Just leave a blank line between new keys like this: Figure 6 – SQL01_Alias_All.reg Of course if you have an automatic way to deploy, it makes sense to have an automatic way to Un-deploy.  To delete a registry key, simply edit the .reg file and replace the target with a “-“ sign like so. Figure 7 – SQL01_Alias_UNDO.reg Now we have the ability to move any database to any server without having to install or change any applications on any client server.  The whole process should be transparent to the applications, which makes planning and coordinating database moves a far simpler task.

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  • F# and the rose-tinted reflection

    - by CliveT
    We're already seeing increasing use of many cores on client desktops. It is a change that has been long predicted. It is not just a change in architecture, but our notions of efficiency in a program. No longer can we focus on the asymptotic complexity of an algorithm by counting the steps that a single core processor would take to execute it. Instead we'll soon be more concerned about the scalability of the algorithm and how well we can increase the performance as we increase the number of cores. This may even lead us to throw away our most efficient algorithms, and switch to less efficient algorithms that scale better. We might even be willing to waste cycles in order to speculatively execute at the algorithm rather than the hardware level. State is the big headache in this parallel world. At the hardware level, main memory doesn't necessarily contain the definitive value corresponding to a particular address. An update to a location might still be held in a CPU's local cache and it might be some time before the value gets propagated. To get the latest value, and the notion of "latest" takes a lot of defining in this world of rapidly mutating state, the CPUs may well need to communicate to decide who has the definitive value of a particular address in order to avoid lost updates. At the user program level, this means programmers will need to lock objects before modifying them, or attempt to avoid the overhead of locking by understanding the memory models at a very deep level. I think it's this need to avoid statefulness that has led to the recent resurgence of interest in functional languages. In the 1980s, functional languages started getting traction when research was carried out into how programs in such languages could be auto-parallelised. Sadly, the impracticality of some of the languages, the overheads of communication during this parallel execution, and rapid improvements in compiler technology on stock hardware meant that the functional languages fell by the wayside. The one thing that these languages were good at was getting rid of implicit state, and this single idea seems like a solution to the problems we are going to face in the coming years. Whether these languages will catch on is hard to predict. The mindset for writing a program in a functional language is really very different from the way that object-oriented problem decomposition happens - one has to focus on the verbs instead of the nouns, which takes some getting used to. There are a number of hybrid functional/object languages that have been becoming more popular in recent times. These half-way houses make it easy to use functional ideas for some parts of the program while still allowing access to the underlying object-focused platform without a great deal of impedance mismatch. One example is F# running on the CLR which, in Visual Studio 2010, has because a first class member of the pack. Inside Visual Studio 2010, the tooling for F# has improved to the point where it is easy to set breakpoints and watch values change while debugging at the source level. In my opinion, it is the tooling support that will enable the widespread adoption of functional languages - without this support, people will put off any transition into the functional world for as long as they possibly can. Without tool support it will make it hard to learn these languages. One tool that doesn't currently support F# is Reflector. The idea of decompiling IL to a functional language is daunting, but F# is potentially so important I couldn't dismiss the idea. As I'm currently developing Reflector 6.5, I thought it wise to take four days just to see how far I could get in doing so, even if it achieved little more than to be clearer on how much was possible, and how long it might take. You can read what happened here, and of the insights it gave us on ways to improve the tool.

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  • Changing font size of legend title in Python pylab rose/polar plot

    - by LaurieW
    I'm trying to change the font size of the title of an existing legend on a rose, or 'polar', plot. Most of the code was written by somebody else, who is away. I've added:- ax.legend(title=legend_title) setp(l.get_title(), fontsize=8) to add the title 'legend_title', which is a variable that the user enters a string for in a a different function that uses this code. The second line of this doesn't return an error but doesn't appear to do anything either. The complete code is below. 'Rose' and 'RoseAxes' are modules/functions written by somebody. Does anyone know of a way to change the legend title font size? I've found some examples for normal plots but can't find any for rose/polar plots. from Rose.RoseAxes import RoseAxes from pylab import figure, title, setp, close, clf from PlotGeneration import color_map_xml fig = figure(1) rect = [0.02, 0.1, 0.8, 0.8] ax = RoseAxes(fig, rect, axisbg='w') fig.add_axes(ax) if cmap == None: (XMLcmap,colors) = color_map_xml.get_cmap('D:/HRW/VET/HrwPyLibs/ColorMapLibrary/paired.xml',255) else: XMLcmap = cmap bqs = kwargs.pop('CTfigname', None) ax.box(Dir, U, bins = rose_binX, units = unit, nsector = nsector, cmap = XMLcmap, lw = 0, **kwargs ) l = ax.legend() ax.legend(title=legend_title) setp(l.get_texts(), fontsize=8) setp(l.get_title(), fontsize=8) Thanks for any help

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  • how to create a wind rose in excel 2007

    - by Patrick
    I am attempting to create a wind rose graph (i.e.- here or here). My data is wind speed and cardinal wind direction in separate columns: Wind (mph) Wind Direction 3.66 SE 2.69 SE 2.62 SW 2.76 SW 2.11 NW 3.13 NW 3.55 SW 3.62 W My final goal is to actually create the graph with a VBA macro, but I am unsure how to even create the graph manually. I can, if need be, convert the cardinal directions to degrees. Any help is greatly appreciated

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  • Errors rose when a Netbean Maven Project tries to run

    - by Zakaria
    Hi everybody, I installed NetBeans 6.8 on Vista and and I'm trying to execute a simple Maven Project. When I ran the project, I got this set of errors: WARNING: You are running embedded Maven builds, some build may fail due to incompatibilities with latest Maven release. To set Maven instance to use for building, click here. Scanning for projects... [#process-resources] [resources:resources] Using default encoding to copy filtered resources. [#compile] [compiler:compile] Nothing to compile - all classes are up to date [exec:exec] [EL Info]: 2010-04-04 18:22:54.907--ServerSession(15532856)--EclipseLink, version: Eclipse Persistence Services - 2.0.0.v20091127-r5931 [EL Severe]: 2010-04-04 18:22:54.929--ServerSession(15532856)--Local Exception Stack: Exception [EclipseLink-4003] (Eclipse Persistence Services - 2.0.0.v20091127-r5931): org.eclipse.persistence.exceptions.DatabaseException Exception in thread "main" javax.persistence.PersistenceException: Exception [EclipseLink-4003] (Eclipse Persistence Services - 2.0.0.v20091127-r5931): org.eclipse.persistence.exceptions.DatabaseException Exception Description: Configuration error. Class [org.apache.derby.jdbc.ClientDriver] not found. Exception Description: Configuration error. Class [org.apache.derby.jdbc.ClientDriver] not found. at org.eclipse.persistence.exceptions.DatabaseException.configurationErrorClassNotFound(DatabaseException.java:82) at org.eclipse.persistence.sessions.DefaultConnector.loadDriverClass(DefaultConnector.java:267) at org.eclipse.persistence.sessions.DefaultConnector.connect(DefaultConnector.java:85) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerSetupImpl.deploy(EntityManagerSetupImpl.java:392) at org.eclipse.persistence.sessions.DatasourceLogin.connectToDatasource(DatasourceLogin.java:162) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerFactoryImpl.getServerSession(EntityManagerFactoryImpl.java:151) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.sessions.DatabaseSessionImpl.loginAndDetectDatasource(DatabaseSessionImpl.java:584) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerFactoryImpl.createEntityManagerImpl(EntityManagerFactoryImpl.java:207) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerFactoryProvider.login(EntityManagerFactoryProvider.java:228) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerFactoryImpl.createEntityManager(EntityManagerFactoryImpl.java:195) at com.mycompany.chapter2_ex1.Main.main(Main.java:31) Caused by: Exception [EclipseLink-4003] (Eclipse Persistence Services - 2.0.0.v20091127-r5931): org.eclipse.persistence.exceptions.DatabaseException Exception Description: Configuration error. Class [org.apache.derby.jdbc.ClientDriver] not found. at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerSetupImpl.deploy(EntityManagerSetupImpl.java:368) at org.eclipse.persistence.exceptions.DatabaseException.configurationErrorClassNotFound(DatabaseException.java:82) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerFactoryImpl.getServerSession(EntityManagerFactoryImpl.java:151) at org.eclipse.persistence.sessions.DefaultConnector.loadDriverClass(DefaultConnector.java:267) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerFactoryImpl.createEntityManagerImpl(EntityManagerFactoryImpl.java:207) at org.eclipse.persistence.sessions.DefaultConnector.connect(DefaultConnector.java:85) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerFactoryImpl.createEntityManager(EntityManagerFactoryImpl.java:195) at org.eclipse.persistence.sessions.DatasourceLogin.connectToDatasource(DatasourceLogin.java:162) at com.mycompany.chapter2_ex1.Main.main(Main.java:31) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.sessions.DatabaseSessionImpl.loginAndDetectDatasource(DatabaseSessionImpl.java:584) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerFactoryProvider.login(EntityManagerFactoryProvider.java:228) at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerSetupImpl.deploy(EntityManagerSetupImpl.java:368) ... 4 more [ERROR]The following mojo encountered an error while executing: [ERROR]Group-Id: org.codehaus.mojo [ERROR]Artifact-Id: exec-maven-plugin [ERROR]Version: 1.1.1 [ERROR]Mojo: exec [ERROR]brought in via: Direct invocation [ERROR]While building project: [ERROR]Group-Id: com.mycompany [ERROR]Artifact-Id: chapter2_ex1 [ERROR]Version: 1.0-SNAPSHOT [ERROR]From file: C:\Users\Charlotte\Documents\NetBeansProjects\chapter2_ex1\pom.xml [ERROR]Reason: Result of cmd.exe /X /C ""C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_11\bin\java.exe" -classpath C:\Users\Charlotte\Documents\NetBeansProjects\chapter2_ex1\target\classes;C:\Users\Charlotte\.m2\repository\javax\persistence\persistence-api\1.0\persistence-api-1.0.jar;C:\Users\Charlotte\.m2\repository\org\eclipse\persistence\javax.persistence\2.0.0\javax.persistence-2.0.0.jar;C:\Users\Charlotte\.m2\repository\org\eclipse\persistence\eclipselink\2.0.0-RC1\eclipselink-2.0.0-RC1.jar com.mycompany.chapter2_ex1.Main" execution is: '1'. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ For more information, run with the -e flag ------------------------------------------------------------------------ BUILD FAILED ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Total time: 3 seconds Finished at: Sun Apr 04 18:22:55 CEST 2010 Final Memory: 47M/94M ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Theses exceptions rose even if I can run the database by using the console (ij) and when I connect the Database, no errors are showing. Can you help me please? Thank you very much. Regards.

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  • Visual Modeler in VS 6

    - by Yogi Yang 007
    Till date I have used only VB6 Professional for developing apps. But recently I have joined a company which owns VS 6 Enterprise (or some such version) I was just exploring what is available in VS 6 Ent. and I found Visual Modeler. The tutorial provided with it is not good enough. I was wondering if there is any detailed tutorial(s) for Visual Modeler? Is Visual Modeler a cut down version of Rational Rose? I have never used such a tool for developing apps. What are the benefits of developing apps like this? The document claims that one can speed up development and modifications of VB6 & VC++ 6 applications. How true is this claim? My company also has Ration Rose 6. Which is better Rational Rose 6 or Visual Modeler that comes with VS 6 Ent.?

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  • Question about "ASP.NET 3.5 Social Networking" by Andrew Siemer (from Packt Publishing)

    - by user287745
    am currently reading a book, which has explanation of making a social website. ASP.NET 3.5 Social Networking https://www.packtpub.com/expert-guide-for-social-networking-with-asp-.net-3.5/book On page 41 I noticed that the images of the solution explorer given in the text, indicate that windowsformapplication[PROJECT] has been used instead of WebForms[create new website]. there are no webforms? how would the end result be a site? what is happening here?? the name of the book is, ASP.NET 3.5 Social Networking, please refer to page 41, thanks note:- i have always made websites which needs hosting and be accessible from other computers using webforms[create new website] which has web.config file app_data etc..... please help thank you.

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  • I am trying to deploy my first rails app using Capistrano and am getting an error.

    - by Andrew Bucknell
    My deployment of a rails app with capistrano is failing and I hoping someone can provide me with pointers to troubleshoot. The following is the command output [email protected]:~/projects/rails/guestbook2$ cap deploy:setup * executing `deploy:setup' * executing "mkdir -p /var/www/dev/guestbook2 /var/www/dev/guestbook2/releases /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/system /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/log /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/pids && chmod g+w /var/www/dev/guestbook2 /var/www/dev/guestbook2/releases /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/system /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/log /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/pids" servers: ["dev.andrewbucknell.com"] Enter passphrase for /home/andrew/.ssh/id_dsa: Enter passphrase for /home/andrew/.ssh/id_dsa: [dev.andrewbucknell.com] executing command command finished [email protected]:~/projects/rails/guestbook2$ cap deploy:check * executing `deploy:check' * executing "test -d /var/www/dev/guestbook2/releases" servers: ["dev.andrewbucknell.com"] Enter passphrase for /home/andrew/.ssh/id_dsa: [dev.andrewbucknell.com] executing command command finished * executing "test -w /var/www/dev/guestbook2" servers: ["dev.andrewbucknell.com"] [dev.andrewbucknell.com] executing command command finished * executing "test -w /var/www/dev/guestbook2/releases" servers: ["dev.andrewbucknell.com"] [dev.andrewbucknell.com] executing command command finished * executing "which git" servers: ["dev.andrewbucknell.com"] [dev.andrewbucknell.com] executing command command finished * executing "test -w /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared" servers: ["dev.andrewbucknell.com"] [dev.andrewbucknell.com] executing command command finished You appear to have all necessary dependencies installed [email protected]:~/projects/rails/guestbook2$ cap deploy:migrations * executing `deploy:migrations' * executing `deploy:update_code' updating the cached checkout on all servers executing locally: "git ls-remote [email protected]:/home/andrew/git/guestbook2.git master" Enter passphrase for key '/home/andrew/.ssh/id_dsa': * executing "if [ -d /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/cached-copy ]; then cd /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/cached-copy && git fetch origin && git reset --hard 369c5e04aaf83ad77efbfba0141001ac90915029 && git clean -d -x -f; else git clone [email protected]:/home/andrew/git/guestbook2.git /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/cached-copy && cd /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/cached-copy && git checkout -b deploy 369c5e04aaf83ad77efbfba0141001ac90915029; fi" servers: ["dev.andrewbucknell.com"] Enter passphrase for /home/andrew/.ssh/id_dsa: [dev.andrewbucknell.com] executing command ** [dev.andrewbucknell.com :: err] Permission denied, please try again. ** Permission denied, please try again. ** Permission denied (publickey,password). ** [dev.andrewbucknell.com :: err] fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly ** [dev.andrewbucknell.com :: out] Initialized empty Git repository in /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/cached-copy/.git/ command finished failed: "sh -c 'if [ -d /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/cached-copy ]; then cd /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/cached-copy && git fetch origin && git reset --hard 369c5e04aaf83ad77efbfba0141001ac90915029 && git clean -d -x -f; else git clone [email protected]:/home/andrew/git/guestbook2.git /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/cached-copy && cd /var/www/dev/guestbook2/shared/cached-copy && git checkout -b deploy 369c5e04aaf83ad77efbfba0141001ac90915029; fi'" on dev.andrewbucknell.com [email protected]:~/projects/rails/guestbook2$ The following fragment is from cap -d deploy:migrations Preparing to execute command: "find /var/www/dev/guestbook2/releases/20100305124415/public/images /var/www/dev/guestbook2/releases/20100305124415/public/stylesheets /var/www/dev/guestbook2/releases/20100305124415/public/javascripts -exec touch -t 201003051244.22 {} ';'; true" Execute ([Yes], No, Abort) ? |y| yes * executing `deploy:migrate' * executing "ls -x /var/www/dev/guestbook2/releases" Preparing to execute command: "ls -x /var/www/dev/guestbook2/releases" Execute ([Yes], No, Abort) ? |y| yes /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/capistrano-2.5.17/lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy.rb:55:in `join': can't convert nil into String (TypeError) from /usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/capistrano-2.5.17/lib/capistrano/recipes/deploy.rb:55:in `load'

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  • Synergy setup broke on upgrade

    - by CoatedMoose
    I had synergy setup working fine with version 1.3.7, however I got a new computer and decided to set it up as well. Because the setup I was working with was ubuntu (server - dual monitors) mac (client) and the new computer (replacing the mac) was windows, I ended up updating everything to 1.4.10. ______ ______ ______ | mac | ubu1 | ubu2 | |______|______|______| The problem is currently that dragging to the left of ubu1 causes the cursor on the mac to flicker briefly and then the cursor shows up at the bottom right corner of ubu2. Here is my .synergy.conf section: screens Andrews-Mac-Mini: ctrl = ctrl alt = meta super = alt Andrew-Ubuntu: end section: links Andrew-Ubuntu: left = Andrews-Mac-Mini Andrews-Mac-Mini: right = Andrew-Ubuntu end And the output from synergys -f NOTE: client "Andrews-Mac-Mini" has connected INFO: switch from "Andrew-Ubuntu" to "Andrews-Mac-Mini" at 1679,451 INFO: leaving screen INFO: screen "Andrew-Ubuntu" updated clipboard 0 INFO: screen "Andrew-Ubuntu" updated clipboard 1 INFO: switch from "Andrews-Mac-Mini" to "Andrew-Ubuntu" at 2398,833 INFO: entering screen

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  • Counting number of children in hierarchical SQL data

    - by moontear
    Hello, for a simple data structure such as so: ID parentID Text Price 1 Root 2 1 Flowers 3 1 Electro 4 2 Rose 10 5 2 Violet 5 6 4 Red Rose 12 7 3 Television 100 8 3 Radio 70 9 8 Webradio 90 For reference, the hierarchy tree looks like this: ID Text Price 1 Root |2 Flowers |-4 Rose 10 | |-6 Red Rose 12 |-5 Violet 5 |3 Electro |-7 Television 100 |-8 Radio 70 |-9 Webradio 90 I'd like to count the number of children per level. So I would get a new column "NoOfChildren" like so: ID parentID Text Price NoOfChildren 1 Root 8 2 1 Flowers 3 3 1 Electro 3 4 2 Rose 10 1 5 2 Violet 5 0 6 4 Red Rose 12 0 7 3 Television 100 0 8 3 Radio 70 1 9 8 Webradio 90 0 I read a few things about hierarchical data, but I somehow get stuck on the multiple inner joins on the parentIDs. Maybe someone could help me out here. moon

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  • Counting number of children in hierarchical SQL data

    - by moontear
    for a simple data structure such as so: ID parentID Text Price 1 Root 2 1 Flowers 3 1 Electro 4 2 Rose 10 5 2 Violet 5 6 4 Red Rose 12 7 3 Television 100 8 3 Radio 70 9 8 Webradio 90 For reference, the hierarchy tree looks like this: ID Text Price 1 Root |2 Flowers |-4 Rose 10 | |-6 Red Rose 12 |-5 Violet 5 |3 Electro |-7 Television 100 |-8 Radio 70 |-9 Webradio 90 I'd like to count the number of children per level. So I would get a new column "NoOfChildren" like so: ID parentID Text Price NoOfChildren 1 Root 8 2 1 Flowers 3 3 1 Electro 3 4 2 Rose 10 1 5 2 Violet 5 0 6 4 Red Rose 12 0 7 3 Television 100 0 8 3 Radio 70 1 9 8 Webradio 90 0 I read a few things about hierarchical data, but I somehow get stuck on the multiple inner joins on the parentIDs. Maybe someone could help me out here. moon

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  • Has "Killer Game Programming in Java" by Andrew Davison been rendered useless? What new tutorial should I follow? [duplicate]

    - by BDillan
    This question already has an answer here: Killer Game Programming [Java 3D] outdated? 5 answers Its pathetic how it was created in 2005 not so long ago when the Java 3D 1.31 API was released. Now after downloading the source code off the books website and implementing it onto my work-space it cant run. (The 3D Shooter Ch. 23) I downloaded Java 3D 1.5 API, installed it- went back to my source code and javax.media ect.., and EVERY imported class within the game simply couldn't be resolved... they are all outdated.. Please do not say how its meant for a positive curvature in your game development skills. No ~ I got the book to understand how to code 3D textures/particle systems/games. Without seeing results how can I learn? If there is still hope for this book please tell me. Otherwise what other books match this one in Game Programming? This one was very well organized, documented and long. I am not looking for a 3D game prog. book on Java. Rather one that has the same reputation as this one but is a bit newer..

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  • Androids development life cycle model query [closed]

    - by Andrew Rose
    I have been currently researching Google and their approach to marketing the Android OS. Primarily using an open source technique with the Open Hand Alliance and out souring through third-party developers. I'm now keen to investigate their approach using various development life cycle models in the form of waterfall, spiral, scrum, agile etc. And i'm just curious to have some feedback from professionals and what approach they think Google would use to have a positive effect on their business. Thanks for your time Andy Rose

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  • Remove duplicates from a list of nested dictionaries

    - by user2924306
    I'm writing my first python program to manage users in Atlassian On Demand using their RESTful API. I call the users/search?username= API to retrieve lists of users, which returns JSON. The results is a list of complex dictionary types that look something like this: [ { "self": "http://www.example.com/jira/rest/api/2/user?username=fred", "name": "fred", "avatarUrls": { "24x24": "http://www.example.com/jira/secure/useravatar?size=small&ownerId=fred", "16x16": "http://www.example.com/jira/secure/useravatar?size=xsmall&ownerId=fred", "32x32": "http://www.example.com/jira/secure/useravatar?size=medium&ownerId=fred", "48x48": "http://www.example.com/jira/secure/useravatar?size=large&ownerId=fred" }, "displayName": "Fred F. User", "active": false }, { "self": "http://www.example.com/jira/rest/api/2/user?username=andrew", "name": "andrew", "avatarUrls": { "24x24": "http://www.example.com/jira/secure/useravatar?size=small&ownerId=andrew", "16x16": "http://www.example.com/jira/secure/useravatar?size=xsmall&ownerId=andrew", "32x32": "http://www.example.com/jira/secure/useravatar?size=medium&ownerId=andrew", "48x48": "http://www.example.com/jira/secure/useravatar?size=large&ownerId=andrew" }, "displayName": "Andrew Anderson", "active": false } ] I'm calling this multiple times and thus getting duplicate people in my results. I have been searching and reading but cannot figure out how to deduplicate this list. I figured out how to sort this list using a lambda function. I realize I could sort the list, then iterate and delete duplicates. I'm thinking there must be a more elegant solution. Thank you!

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  • How should I fix problems with file permissions while restoring from Time Machine?

    - by Andrew Grimm
    While restoring files from a Time Machine backup, I got the error message "The operation can’t be completed because you don’t have permission to access some of the items." because of problems with files in one folder. What's the safest way to deal with this? The folder in question has permissions like: Andrew-Grimms-MacBook-Pro:kmer agrimm$ pwd /Volumes/Time Machine Backups/Backups.backupdb/Andrew Grimm’s MacBook Pro/2010-12-09-224309/Macintosh HD/Users/agrimm/ruby/kmer Andrew-Grimms-MacBook-Pro:kmer agrimm$ ls -ltra total 6156896 [email protected] 19 agrimm staff 680 18 Jan 2008 Saccharomyces_cerevisiae [email protected] 1 agrimm staff 60221852 4 Aug 2009 hs_ref_GRCh37_chrY.fa [email protected] 1 agrimm staff 157488804 4 Aug 2009 hs_ref_GRCh37_chrX.fa (snip a few files) [email protected] 1 agrimm staff 676063 27 Oct 2009 NC_001143.fna [email protected] 1 agrimm staff 6148 23 Mar 2010 .DS_Store [email protected] 3 agrimm staff 1530 23 Mar 2010 . [email protected] 30 agrimm staff 1054 20 Nov 14:43 .. Is it ok to do sudo chmod, or is there a safer approach? Background: Files within the original folder on my computer also had weird permissions - I suspect I may have used sudo to copy some files from a thumbdrive onto my computer.

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  • Easy Credential Caching for Git

    A common question since launching our Git support is whether there is a way to cache your username and password so you don’t have to enter it on every push.  Well thanks to Andrew Nurse from the ASP.Net team, there is now a great solution for this! Credential Caching in Windows to the Rescue Using the Git extension point for credential caching, Andrew created an integration into the Windows Credentials store. After installing git-credential-winstore instead of getting that standard prompt for a username/password, you will get a Windows Security prompt. From here your credentials for CodePlex will be stored securely within the Windows Credential Store. Setup The setup is pretty easy. Download the application from Andrew's git-credential-winstore project. Launch the executable and select yes to have it prompt for credentials. That's it. Make sure you are running the latest version of msysgit, since the credential's API is fairly new. Thanks to Andrew for sharing his work.  If you have suggestions or improvements you can fork the code here.

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