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  • Developer’s Life – Summary of Superhero Articles

    - by Pinal Dave
    Earlier this year, I wrote an article series where I talked about developer’s life and compared it with Superhero. I have got amazing response to this series and I have been receiving quite a lots of email suggesting that I should write more blog post about them. Currently I am not planning to write more blog post but I will soon continue another series. In this blog post, I have summarized the entire series. Let me know if you want me to write about any superhero. I will see what I can do about that hero. Developer’s Life – Every Developer is a Captain America Captain America was first created as a comic book character in the 1940’s as a way to boost morale during World War II.  Aimed at a children’s audience, his legacy faded away when the war ended.  However, he has recently has a major reboot to become a popular movie character that deals with modern issues. Developer’s Life – Every Developer is the Incredible Hulk The Incredible Hulk is possibly one of the scariest superheroes out there.  All superheroes are meant to be “out of this world” and awe-inspiring, but I think most people will agree with I say The Hulk takes this to the next level.  He is the result of an industrial accident, which is scary enough in it’s own right.  Plus, when mild-mannered Bruce Banner is angered, he goes completely out-of-control and transforms into a destructive monster that he cannot control and has no memories of. Developer’s Life – Every Developer is a Wonder Woman We have focused a lot lately on this “superhero series.”  I love fantasy books and movies, and I feel like there is a lot to be learned from them.  As I am writing this series, though, I have noticed that every super hero I write about is a man.  So today, I would like to talk about the major female super hero – Wonder Woman. Developer’s Life – Every Developer is a Harry Potter Harry Potter might not be a superhero in the traditional sense, but I believe he still has a lot to teach us and show us about life as a developer.  If you have been living under a rock for the last 17 years, you might not know that Harry Potter is the main character in an extremely popular series of books and movies documenting the education and tribulation of a young wizard (and his friends). Developer’s Life – Every Developer is Like Transformers Transformers may not be superheroes – they don’t wear capes, they don’t have amazing powers outside of their size and folding ability, they’re not even human (technically).  Part of their enduring popularity is that while we are enjoying over-the-top movies, we are learning about good leadership and strong personal skills. Developer’s Life – Every Developer is a Iron Man Iron Man is another superhero who is not naturally “super,” but relies on his brain (and money) to turn him into a fighting machine.  While traditional superheroes are still popular, a three-movie franchise and incorporation into the new Avengers series shows that Iron Man is popular enough on his own. Developer’s Life – Every Developer is a Sherlock Holmes I have been thinking a lot about how developers are like super heroes, and I have written two blog posts now comparing them to Spiderman and Superman.  I have a lot of love and respect for developers, and I hope that they are enjoying these articles, and others are learning a little bit about the profession.  There is another fictional character who, while not technically asuper hero, is very powerful, and I also think stands as a good example of a developer. That character is Sherlock Holmes.  Sherlock Holmes is a British detective, first made popular at the turn of the 19thcentury by author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.  The original Sherlock Holmes was a brilliant detective who could solve the most mind-boggling crime through simple observations and deduction. Developer’s Life – Every Developer is a Chhota Bheem Chhota Bheem is a cartoon character that is extremely popular where I live.  He is my daughter’s favorite characters.  I like to say that children love Chhota Bheem more than their parents – it is lucky for us he is not real!  Children love Chhota Bheem because he is the absolute “good guy.”  He is smart, loyal, and strong.  He and his friends live in Dholakpur and fight off their many enemies – and always win – in every episode.  In each episode, they learn something about friendship, bravery, and being kind to others.  Chhota Bheem is a good role model for children, and I think that he is a good role model for developers are well. Developer’s Life – Every Developer is a Batman Batman is one of the darkest superheroes in the fantasy canon.  He does not come to his powers through any sort of magical coincidence or radioactive insect, but through a lot of psychological scarring caused by witnessing the death of his parents.  Despite his dark back story, he possesses a lot of admirable abilities that I feel bear comparison to developers. Developer’s Life – Every Developer is a Superman I enjoyed comparing developers to Spiderman so much, that I have decided to continue the trend and encourage some of my favorite people (developers) with another favorite superhero – Superman.  Superman is probably the most famous superhero – and one of the most inspiring. Developer’s Life – Every Developer is a Spiderman I have to admit, Spiderman is my favorite superhero.  The most recent movie recently was released in theaters, so it has been at the front of my mind for some time. Spiderman was my favorite superhero even before the latest movie came out, but of course I took my whole family to see the movie as soon as I could!  Every one of us loved it, including my daughter.  We all left the movie thinking how great it would be to be Spiderman.  So, with that in mind, I started thinking about how we are like Spiderman in our everyday lives, especially developers. I would like to know which Superhero is your favorite hero! Reference: Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)Filed under: PostADay, SQL, SQL Authority, SQL Query, SQL Server, SQL Tips and Tricks, T SQL Tagged: Developer, Superhero

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  • Update: Super Hero

    While I was looking for a completely different article back in 2007, I came across my Super Hero & Super Villain rating... Well, it was time for an update: Your Super Hero results: You are Spider-Man Spider-Man 75% Supergirl 70% Green Lantern 70% Robin 57% The Flash 55% Hulk 50% Catwoman 50% Superman 45% Batman 40% Wonder Woman 40% Iron Man 40% You are intelligent, witty, a bit geeky and have great power and responsibility. Click here to take the Superhero Personality Test

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  • rdiff-backup command restore with date

    - by Hulk
    If a backup was made using rdiff-backup command for some particular date what is the format that should be given to restore the files for that particular date. rdiff-bakup -r "dateformat" backup/a.txt /destination-dir Thanks..

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  • rdiff-backup command to restore

    - by Hulk
    Let say i have a source directory which contains The contents /foo/a /foo/b(These are the files in a directory on a remote system) using rdiff command i make a backup as rdiff-backup [email protected]::/foo backups And a,b are now present in my backups directory.And then i delete file a from the remote system and again i do a sync so my local directory has the file b only. My question is that how do i restore file a if the deletion and sync is done on the same day Thanks..

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  • installing rpm packages on ubuntu

    - by Hulk
    In ubuntu i have downloaded flash rpm,how to install it.i am new to ubuntu and i have tried the following alien -k flash-plugin-10.0.45.2-release.i386.rpm alien -i flash-plugin-10.0.45.2-release.i386.rpm rpm -i flash-plugin-10.0.45.2-release.i386.rpm //this works in rhel versions The above doesn't seem to work.. Thanks..

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  • ssh-keygen works for root only?

    - by Hulk
    Does ssh-keygen -t rsa work if only set for root user i.e, if the username on local system is sodium and i generate the key using the above said command and on the remote system if i place the key in /root/.ssh authorized_keys ,this works. But on the remote system if the key is placed in /home/natrium/.ssh authorized_keys This still prompts for a password.Is this the expected behavior or is that some thing wrong in the above procedure Thanks..

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  • Creating diff from a tar

    - by Hulk
    There is a tar file which was created few days before, this tar file was created on the /files directory. And now /files directory has new files uploaded in it. My question is how to create another files with only the new files uploaded. Thanks..

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  • javascript csv validation

    - by Hulk
    How to check for comma separated values in a text box and raise an alert if not found. And there is should be characters in it like A,B,C,D function validate() { //validate text box; } <input type="text" id="val" >A,B,C,D</input> <input type="button" id="save" onclick="validate()"> Thanks.

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  • Css code for the table

    - by Hulk
    Can some one please tell me how to make this table look better <table> <tr><th>Name</th><th>Address</th><th>occupation</th></tr> <tr><td><textarea rows=10 cols=15></td><td><textarea rows=10 cols=15></td><td><textarea rows=10 cols=15></td></tr> <tr><td><textarea rows=10 cols=15></td><td><textarea rows=10 cols=15></td><td><textarea rows=10 cols=15></td></tr> <tr><td><textarea rows=10 cols=15></td><td><textarea rows=10 cols=15></td><td><textarea rows=10 cols=15></td></tr> </table> This table is dynamically generated and meaning there could me more rows with td containing textarea. Can any one please sugesst a a css code to beautify this table or may be a link Thanks..

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  • Opening html modal dialog

    - by Hulk
    All, I need to get the contents below on a modal window.I had been trying this for a while today. On modal window opened the background body contents are not accessible.and on reload page the modal popup should close down leavinfg the contents of the text area as it is. <a href="" id="link">Open Popup</a> <table><tr width="10%"><td> <TEXTAREA name="text1" id="text1" rows="15" cols="65" onscroll="sync();" spellcheck="false"></TEXTAREA> </td> <td> <TEXTAREA Name="text2" id="text2" rows="15" cols="65" spellcheck="false"> </TEXTAREA> </td></tr> <tr> <tr width="90%"><td> </td> </tr> </table> <input type="button" value="Compile" onclick="stat('')"/> <input type="button" value="Reload Page" onClick="window.location.href=window.location.href"> Thanks..

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  • jquery mouseover/mouseout

    - by Hulk
    In the following code once the mouse out is done the mouse over again does not work ,what is the work around for this <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <style> /* div { background:#def3ca; margin:3px; width:80px; display:none; float:left; text-align:center; }*/ </style> <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-latest.min.js"></script> </head> <body> <div id="playControls" style="position:absolute; bottom:0px; left:0px; right:0px;color:blue;"> Mouse over me </div> <script> $(document).ready(function() { $("#playControls").mouseover(function () { alert('here'); $("div:eq(0)").show("fast", function () { /* use callee so don't have to name the function */ $(this).next("div").show("fast", arguments.callee); }); }); $("#playControls").mouseout(function () { alert('here'); $("div").hide(2000); }); }); </script> </body> </html>

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  • watermark text css

    - by Hulk
    What is the css for the watermark text in a textarea or input box. The text should be opaque as in Title of stackoverflow saying "What's your programming question? Be descriptive" when asking question

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  • django views getid

    - by Hulk
    class host(models.Model): emp = models.ForeignKey(getname) def __unicode__(self): return self.topic In views there is the code as, real =[] for emp in my_emp: real.append(host.objects.filter(emp=emp.id)) This above results only the values of emp,My question is that how to get the ids along with emp values. Thanks..

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  • django views question

    - by Hulk
    In my django views i have the following def create(request): query=header.objects.filter(id=a)[0] a=query.criteria_set.all() logging.debug(a.details) I get an error saying 'QuerySet' object has no attribute 'details' in the debug statement .What is this error and what should be the correct statemnt to query this.And the model corresponding to this is as follows where as the models has the following: class header(models.Model): title = models.CharField(max_length = 255) created_by = models.CharField(max_length = 255) def __unicode__(self): return self.id() class criteria(models.Model): details = models.CharField(max_length = 255) headerid = models.ForeignKey(header) def __unicode__(self): return self.id() Thanks..

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  • django templates array assignment

    - by Hulk
    The following is in views: rows=query.evaluation_set.all() row_arr = [] for row in rows: row_arr.append(row.row_details) dict.update({'row_arr' : row_arr ,'col_arr' : col_arr}) return render_to_response('valuemart/show.html',context_instance=RequestContext(request,{'dict': dict})) How to extract the row_Arr array in the templates in javascript and list out all its values.row_Arr contains data of a column <script> var row_arr = '{{dict.row_arr}}'; //extract values here </script> Thanks..

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  • jquery modal popup read from a file

    - by Hulk
    For the below code, there ia a form in the location /home/form.php .How can this form be opened with the below code.i.e, the modal dialog $dialog.html(data) .dialog({ autoOpen: true, position: ['right','bottom'] , title: 'Emp Form', draggable: false, width : 300, height : 400, resizable : false }); $dialog.dialog('open'); Thanks....

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  • Django JSON serializable error

    - by Hulk
    With the following code below, There is an error saying File "/home/user/web_pro/info/views.py", line 184, in headerview, raise TypeError("%r is not JSON serializable" % (o,)) TypeError: <lastname: jerry> is not JSON serializable In the models code header(models.Model): firstname = models.ForeignKey(Firstname) lastname = models.ForeignKey(Lastname) In the views code headerview(request): header = header.objects.filter(created_by=my_id).order_by(order_by)[offset:limit] l_array = [] l_array_obj = [] for obj in header: l_array_obj = [obj.title, obj.lastname ,obj.firstname ] l_array.append(l_array_obj) dictionary_l.update({'Data': l_array}) ; return HttpResponse(simplejson.dumps(dictionary_l), mimetype='application/javascript') what is this error and how to resolve this? thanks..

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  • Django syncdb error

    - by Hulk
    /mysite/project4 class notes(models.Model): created_by = models.ForeignKey(User) detail = models.ForeignKey(Details) Details and User are in the same module i.e,/mysite/project1 In project1 models i have defined class User(): ...... class Details(): ...... When DB i synced there is an error saying Error: One or more models did not validate: project4: Accessor for field 'detail' clashes with related field . Add a related_name argument to the definition for 'detail'. How can this be solved.. thanks..

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  • Django templates onchange data

    - by Hulk
    In the following code, i have a drop down box and a multi select box. My question is that using javascript and django .how will i changes the designation with changes in names from drop down box. <tr><td> name:</td><td><select id="name" name="name">{% for name in names %} <option value="{{name.id}}" {% for selected_id in names %}{% ifequal name.id selected_id %} {{ selected }} {% endifequal %} {% endfor %}>{{name.name}}</option>{% endfor %} </select> </td></tr> {% for desg in designation %} <tr><td><p>Topics:</td><td> <select id="desg" name="desg" multiple="multiple"> <option value="{{desg.id}}" >{{desg.desg}}</option> </select></p></td></tr> {% endfor %} Thanks..

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