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  • Interview with Tim Danaher - Editor of Retail Week

    - by sarah.taylor(at)oracle.com
    Last week I caught up with Tim Danaher from Retail Week about the judging process for the Oracle Retail Week Awards.  It was great to get Tim's perspective on the retail industry and his thoughts on emerging trends in the entries this year.   The Oracle Retail Week Awards are going to be very exciting this year and I'm very priviledged to be presenting awards to winners again.  The awards ceremony is on March 17th - if you're coming then I look forward to seeing you there. 

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  • AJI Report #12 | Tim Hibbard Talks .NET to iOS Development

    - by Jeff Julian
    In this AJI Report, Jeff and John talk with Tim Hibbard of Engraph Software about making the transition from a .NET developer to mobile applications using the iOS platform. Tim dives into what each experience was like from getting into XCode for the first time, using Third-party tools, Apple's design guidelines, and provisioning an app to the App Store. Tim has been a .NET developer since the framework was released in 2001 and now has two mobile applications in production. Listen to the Show Site: http://engraph.com/ Blog: http://timhibbard.com/blog/ Twitter: @timhibbard

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  • Welcome to Linchpin People, Tim Mitchell!

    - by andyleonard
    I am honored to welcome Tim Mitchell ( blog | @Tim_Mitchell ) to Linchpin People! Tim brings years of experience consulting  with SQL Server, Integration Services, and Business Intelligence to our growing organization. I am overjoyed to be able to work with my friend! Rather than babble on about Linchpin People (using words like "synergy" and "world class"), I direct you to Tim's awesome remarks on his transition , and end with a simple "w00t!" :{>...(read more)

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  • GDD-BR 2010 [1D] Tim Bray - Android Ecosystem and What's New

    GDD-BR 2010 [1D] Tim Bray - Android Ecosystem and What's New Speaker: Tim Bray Track: Android Time slot: D[13:50 - 14:35] Room: 1 Level: 101 This talk combines an introduction to the Android ecosystem with a description of what's new in it. The ecosystem includes the technology, developer community, Android Market, and of course the huge population of Android users. From: GoogleDevelopers Views: 25 1 ratings Time: 41:40 More in Science & Technology

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  • Silverlight TV 22: Tim Heuer on Extending the SMF

    In this episode of Silverlight TV, Tim Heuer demonstrates how to use the Silverlight Media Framework (SMF) to create a nice media experience akin to what has been demonstrated through the 2010 Winter Olympics and Sunday Night Football players. He also demonstrates how to encode smooth streaming video using Expression Encoder and play the video using SMF. Tim also shows how he extended the SMF implementation and created a player to suit his specific needs (including not using DVR, among other features)....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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  • Dernière minute : Le co-créateur du XML quitte Oracle pour Google, Tim Bray travaillera sur Android

    Dernière minute : Le co-créateur du XML quitte Oracle pour Google, Tim Bray travaillera sur Android Tim Bray, qui avait été à l'origine (en partie) de l'écriture du XML, vient d'annoncer il y a quelques heures sur son blog qu'il quittait Sun/Oracle pour rejoindre Google à un poste d'"Advocate Developper" centré sur Android. Il prédit que cela sera très excitant et semble ravi de ce changement. Il faut dire que ces derniers mois, ses relations avec son précédent employeur s'étaient quelque peu détériorées, notamment lorsqu'on lui avait fait censurer son blog à propos de la fusion Sun/Oracle. Il a donc cherché à quitter ses fonctions et a trouvé refuge chez Google, qui a carrément crée un poste juste p...

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  • Silverlight TV 16: Tim Heuer and Jesse Liberty Talk about Silverlight 4 RC at MIX 10

      While at MIX10, John catches up with Jesse Liberty and Tim Heuer to discuss their favorite features in Silverlight 4 on this episode of Silverlight TV. Along with calling out and discussing why they're each impressed with their favorite features, Jesse, Tim, and John also discuss the impact of the announcements made at MIX regarding development for WP7 and Silverlight at the Day 1 keynote. You can also check out the 60+ page whitepaper that covers the full feature list of all the new features...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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  • SQLPeople Interviews - Crys Manson, Jeremiah Peschka, and Tim Mitchell

    - by andyleonard
    Introduction Late last year I announced an exciting new endeavor called SQLPeople . At the end of 2010 I announced the 2010 SQLPeople Person of the Year . Check out these interviews from your favorite SQLPeople ! Interviews To Date Tim Mitchell Jeremiah Peschka Crys Manson Ben McEwan Thomas LaRock Lori Edwards Brent Ozar Michael Coles Rob Farley Jamie Thomson Conclusion I plan to post two or three interviews each week for the forseeable future. SQLPeople is just one of the cool new things I get to...(read more)

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  • Tim Heuer: A Guide to What Has Changed in Silverlight 4 RC

    Understand what has changed in the release candidate since the beta. The features still exist, but there are some changes to the implementations of some of the features, as well as some new ones....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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  • Android vs. iPhone: Google Hires Tim Bray

    <b>Linux Planet:</b> ""The iPhone vision of the mobile Internet&#8217;s future omits controversy, sex, and freedom, but includes strict limits on who can know what and who can say what," he wrote. "It's a sterile, Disney-fied walled garden surrounded by sharp-toothed lawyers.""

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  • Krita Gemini, 2 fois plus agréable sur un 2 en 1, par Tim Duncan

    Bonjour,Je vous présente cet article intitulé : "Krita Gemini, 2 fois plus agréable sur un 2 en 1" Au fil des années, les ordinateurs ont utilisé une variété de méthodes d'entrée à partir des cartes perforées en passant par des lignes de commande jusqu'à pointer-et-cliquer avec une souris ou d'autres périphériques. Avec l'adoption des écrans tactiles, nous pouvons maintenant pointer-et-cliquer avec une souris, un stylet ou avec les doigts. La plupart d'entre nous ne sommes pas encore...

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  • They Wrote The Book On It

    - by steve.diamond
    First of all, an apology to you all for my not posting this yesterday, when I should have. For those of you bloggers out there, you know the difference between "Save" and "Preview." But I temporarily forgot it. Nevertheless, while I'm not impressed with this mishap, I'm blown away by the initiative three of my colleagues have taken. Jeff Saenger, Tim Koehler, and Louis Peters, recently wrote a book, "Oracle CRM On Demand Deployment Guide." Not only that, they got this book PUBLISHED. These guys know their stuff. They have worked in the CRM industry for many years. And trust me, they command a lot of respect inside this organization. In the words of Louis Peters (who posted this verbiage yesterday on LinkedIn), "We've assembled all the best practices and lessons learned over the past six years working with CRM On Demand. The book covers a range of topics - working with SaaS-based applications, planning and executing a successful rollout, designing elegant and high-performing applications, and working effectively with Oracle. We even included several sample designs based on successful real-world deployments. Our main target audience is the CRM On Demand project team - sponsors, project managers, administrators, developers - really anyone planning, implementing or maintaining the application." Now these guys don't know it, but I'll be interviewing one of them and including audio excerpts of that conversation right here next Wednesday. In the meantime, if you want to learn more about successful CRM deployments in general, and working with Oracle CRM On Demand in particular, you should check out this book.

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  • Tim Heuer's editable combobox and tab stops

    - by Vinzz
    I'm using Tim Heuer's editable combo box in one of my Silverlight 3 projects and it works rather well. This control has an issue with tab stops though, that I don't understand yet... You have to hit tab twice so as to move to the next item. Did anyone manage to make this control support tabstops?

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  • Tim Thumb for an External Host / CDN

    - by Wes
    I'm running a stock copy of tim thumb on a clients website. Works great but does not support external hosts for the pictures. My clients uses an amazon CDN / Flickr for all of their websites pictures which doesnt allow me to resize on the fly. Has anyone found a work around for this? http://code.google.com/p/timthumb/

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  • Tim Berners-Lee indigné par le programme PRISM, le père du web dénonce l'hypocrisie occidentale sur l'espionnage

    Tim Berners-Lee indigné par le programme PRISM, le père du web dénonce l'hypocrisie occidentale sur l'espionnageSir Timothy John Berners-Lee était en Grande-Bretagne cette semaine pour recevoir le Queen Elizabeth Price en ingénierie. Lors de la cérémonie, le « père d'internet » a été abordé pour partager son ressenti face à l'actualité qui secoue les médias du monde entier : l'affaire Edward Snowden et les espionnages sur internet à l'échelle gouvernemental qu'il a dénoncés . Tim Berners-Lee dénonce l'hypocrisie des gouvernements occidentaux, grands donneurs de leçons, qui ne manquent pas une seul...

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  • issue with std::advance on std::sets

    - by tim
    I've stumbled upon what I believe is a bug in the stl algorithm advance. When I'm advancing the iterator off of the end of the container, I get inconsistent results. Sometimes I get container.end(), sometimes I get the last element. I've illustrated this with the following code: #include <algorithm> #include <cstdio> #include <set> using namespace std; typedef set<int> tMap; int main(int argc, char** argv) { tMap::iterator i; tMap the_map; for (int i=0; i<10; i++) the_map.insert(i); #if EXPERIMENT==1 i = the_map.begin(); #elif EXPERIMENT==2 i = the_map.find(4); #elif EXPERIMENT==3 i = the_map.find(5); #elif EXPERIMENT==4 i = the_map.find(6); #elif EXPERIMENT==5 i = the_map.find(9); #elif EXPERIMENT==6 i = the_map.find(2000); #else i = the_map.end(); #endif advance(i, 100); if (i == the_map.end()) printf("the end\n"); else printf("wuh? %d\n", *i); return 0; } Which I get the following unexpected (according to me) behavior in experiment 3 and 5 where I get the last element instead of the_map.end(). [[email protected] advance]$ uname -srvmpio Linux 2.6.18-1.2798.fc6 #1 SMP Mon Oct 16 14:37:32 EDT 2006 i686 athlon i386 GNU/Linux [[email protected] advance]$ g++ --version g++ (GCC) 4.1.1 20061011 (Red Hat 4.1.1-30) Copyright (C) 2006 Free Software Foundation, Inc. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. [[email protected] advance]$ g++ -DEXPERIMENT=1 advance.cc [[email protected] advance]$ ./a.out the end [[email protected] advance]$ g++ -DEXPERIMENT=2 advance.cc [[email protected] advance]$ ./a.out the end [[email protected] advance]$ g++ -DEXPERIMENT=3 advance.cc [[email protected] advance]$ ./a.out wuh? 9 [[email protected] advance]$ g++ -DEXPERIMENT=4 advance.cc [[email protected] advance]$ ./a.out the end [[email protected] advance]$ g++ -DEXPERIMENT=5 advance.cc [[email protected] advance]$ ./a.out wuh? 9 [[email protected] advance]$ g++ -DEXPERIMENT=6 advance.cc [[email protected] advance]$ ./a.out the end [[email protected] advance]$ g++ -DEXPERIMENT=7 advance.cc [[email protected] advance]$ ./a.out the end [[email protected] advance]$ From the sgi website (see link at top), it has the following example: list<int> L; L.push_back(0); L.push_back(1); list<int>::iterator i = L.begin(); advance(i, 2); assert(i == L.end()); I would think that the assertion should apply to other container types, no? What am I missing? Thanks!

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  • Apple est-elle une marque "juste pour les riches" ? Son CEO intérimaire Tim Cook ne le souhaite pas

    Apple est-elle une marque "juste pour les riches" ? Son CEO intérimaire Tim Cook ne le souhaite pas Il y a quelques jours, Tim Cook, qui assure la direction d'Apple pendant l'absence de Steve Jobs, a répondu à une interview. Jusque là, rien d'anormal. Mais l'homme y a tenu des propos polémiques, en affirmant qu'il ne voulait pas que ses produits soient "juste pour les riches". Il explique ensuite que la firme va travailler au développement de produits et d'offres moins coûteux. Il faut dire qu'actuellement, la firme à la pomme à une réputation d'entreprise fabriquant des machines de qualité et fournissant l'élite, du fait de ses tarifs plus élevés que la concurrence. Si les fanbo...

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  • Apple publie un rapport sur sa diversité, « en tant que PDG, je ne suis pas satisfait de ces chiffres » a déclaré Tim Cook

    Apple publie un rapport sur sa diversité, « en tant que PDG, je ne suis pas satisfait de ces chiffres » a déclaré Tim Cook Apple a suivi l'exemple de ses concurrents et s'est également décidé à publier les statistiques sur la diversité de ses employés américains. Aux États-Unis, l'entreprise a déclaré que 55% de son effectif est de la race blanche, 15% sont d'origines asiatiques, 11% sont hispaniques et 7% sont noirs. 2 % se revendiquent comme appartenant à deux catégories, 1 % dans la catégorie...

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  • WEB203 &ndash; Jump into Silverlight!&hellip; and Become Effective Immediately with Tim Huckaby, Fou

    - by Robert Burger
    Getting ready for the good stuff. Definitely wish there were more Silverlight and WCF RIA sessions, but this is a start.  Was lucky to get a coveted power-enabled seat.  Luckily, due to my trustily slow Verizon data card, I can get these notes out amidst a total Internet outage here.  This is the second breakout session of the day, and is by far standing-room only.  I stepped out before the session started to get a cool Diet COKE and wouldn’t have gotten back in if I didn’t already have a seat. Tim says this is an intro session and that he’s been begging for intro sessions at TechEd for years and that by looking at this audience, he thinks the demand is there.  Admittedly, I didn’t know this was an intro session, or I might have gone elsewhere.  But, it was the very first Silverlight session, so I had to be here. Tim says he will be providing a very good comprehensive reference application at the end of the presentation.  He has just demoed it, and it is a full CRUD-based Sales Manager application based on…  AdventureWorks! Session Agenda What it is / How to get started Declarative Programming Layout and Controls, Events and Commands Working with Data Adding Style to Your Application   Silverlight…  “WPF Light” Why is the download 4.2MB?  Because the direct competitor is a 4.2MB download.  There is no technical reason it is not the entire framework.  It is purely to “be competitive”.   Getting Started Get all of the following downloads from www.silverlight.net/getstarted Install VS2010 or Visual Web Developer Express 2010 Install Silverlight 4 Tools for VS2010 Install Expression Blend 4 Install the Silverlight 4 Toolkit   Reference Application Features Uses MVVM pattern – a way to move data access code that would normally be inline within the UI and placing it in nice data access libraries Images loaded dynamically from the database, converting GIF to PNG because Silverlight does not support GIF. LINQ to SQL is the data access model WCF is the data provider and is using binary message encoding   Declarative Programming XAML replaces code for UI representation Attributes control Layout and Style Event handlers wired-up in XAML Declarative Data Binding   Layout Overview Content rendering flows inside of parent Fixed positioning (Canvas) is seldom used Panels are used to house content Margins and Padding over fixed size   Panels StackPanel – Arranges child elements into a single line oriented horizontally or vertically Grid – A flexible grid are that consists of rows and columns Canvas – An are where positions are specifically fixed WrapPanel (in Toolkit) – Positions child elements in sequential position left to right and top to bottom. DockPanel (in Toolkit) – Positions child controls within a dockable area   Positioning Horizontal and Vertical Alignment Margin – Separates an element from neighboring elements Padding – Enlarges the effective size of an element by a thickness   Controls Overview Not all controls created equal Silverlight, as a subset of WPF, so many WPF controls do not exist in the core Siverlight release Silverlight Toolkit continues to add controls, but are released in different quality bands Plenty of good 3rd party controls to fill the gaps Windows Phone 7 is to have 95% of controls available in Silverlight Core and Toolkit.   Events and Commands Standard .NET Events Routed Events Commands – based on the ICommand interface – logical action that can be invoked in several ways   Adding Style to Your Application Resource Dictionaries – Contains a hash table of key/value pairs.  Silverlight can only use Static Resources whereas WPF can also use Dynamic Resources Visual State Manager Silverlight 4 supports Implicit styles ResourceDictionary.MergedDictionaries combines many different file-based resources   Downloads

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  • Ruby Gems Not Installing, Hangs While Getting Gems

    - by Tim Hoolihan
    I recently cleared out all of my ruby install and installed form sources using the instructions at hivelogic I have have been able to install a few gems, but most of the time, "sudo gem install rails" hangs. I've added the -V flag, and it just seems to hang, I don't get any error. And the process can not be killed. I can only reboot to kill the process. My ruby info: [[email protected] ~]# ruby -v ruby 1.8.7 (2010-01-10 patchlevel 249) [i686-darwin10.2.0] [[email protected] ~]# gem -v 1.3.6 [[email protected] ~]# gem environment RubyGems Environment: - RUBYGEMS VERSION: 1.3.6 - RUBY VERSION: 1.8.7 (2010-01-10 patchlevel 249) [i686-darwin10.2.0] - INSTALLATION DIRECTORY: /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8 - RUBY EXECUTABLE: /usr/local/bin/ruby - EXECUTABLE DIRECTORY: /usr/local/bin - RUBYGEMS PLATFORMS: - ruby - x86-darwin-10 - GEM PATHS: - /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8 - /Users/tim/.gem/ruby/1.8 - GEM CONFIGURATION: - :update_sources => true - :verbose => true - :benchmark => false - :backtrace => false - :bulk_threshold => 1000 - :sources => ["http://gems.rubyforge.org/", "http://gems.rubyforge.org"] - REMOTE SOURCES: - http://gems.rubyforge.org/ - http://gems.rubyforge.org [[email protected] ~]# which ruby /usr/local/bin/ruby [[email protected] ~]# which gem /usr/local/bin/gem [[email protected] ~]# uname -a Darwin tim-hoolihans-macbook-pro-15.local 10.2.0 Darwin Kernel Version 10.2.0: Tue Nov 3 10:37:10 PST 2009; root:xnu-1486.2.11~1/RELEASE_I386 i386 [[email protected] ~]# Any ideas?

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  • What was Tim Sweeney thinking? (How does this C++ parser work?)

    - by Frank Krueger
    Tim Sweeney of Epic MegaGames is the lead developer for Unreal and a programming language geek. Many years ago posted the following screen shot to VoodooExtreme: As a C++ programmer and Sweeney fan, I was captivated by this. It shows generic C++ code that implements some kind of scripting language where that language itself seems to be generic in the sense that it can define its own grammar. Mr. Sweeney never explained himself. :-) It's rare to see this level of template programming, but you do see it from time to time when people want to push the compiler to generate great code or because they want to create generic code (for example, Modern C++ Design). Tim seems to be using it to create a grammar in Parser.cpp - you can see what look like prioritized binary operators. If that is the case, then why does Test.ae look like it's also defining a grammar? Obviously this is a puzzle that needs to be solved. Victory goes to the answer with a working version of this code, or the most plausible explanation, or to Tim Sweeney himself if he posts an answer. :-)

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  • CYGWin and sshd. Accepts authentication, but won't connect

    - by timramich
    Everything I find relating to this is the "ssh-exchange-identification:" error. This doesn't happen for me. I get two lines: Connection to localhost closed by remote host. Connection to localhost closed. ssh -v localhost spits out: OpenSSH_5.8p1, OpenSSL 0.9.8r 8 Feb 2011 debug1: Reading configuration data /etc/ssh_config debug1: Connecting to localhost [::1] port 22. debug1: Connection established. debug1: identity file /home/tim/.ssh/id_rsa type -1 debug1: identity file /home/tim/.ssh/id_rsa-cert type -1 debug1: identity file /home/tim/.ssh/id_dsa type -1 debug1: identity file /home/tim/.ssh/id_dsa-cert type -1 debug1: identity file /home/tim/.ssh/id_ecdsa type -1 debug1: identity file /home/tim/.ssh/id_ecdsa-cert type -1 debug1: Remote protocol version 2.0, remote software version OpenSSH_5.8 debug1: match: OpenSSH_5.8 pat OpenSSH* debug1: Enabling compatibility mode for protocol 2.0 debug1: Local version string SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_5.8 debug1: SSH2_MSG_KEXINIT sent debug1: SSH2_MSG_KEXINIT received debug1: kex: server->client aes128-ctr hmac-md5 none debug1: kex: client->server aes128-ctr hmac-md5 none debug1: sending SSH2_MSG_KEX_ECDH_INIT debug1: expecting SSH2_MSG_KEX_ECDH_REPLY debug1: Server host key: ECDSA 64:e3:27:90:ef:48:93:21:38:ea:9b:0e:0b:07:b0:2a debug1: Host 'localhost' is known and matches the ECDSA host key. debug1: Found key in /home/tim/.ssh/known_hosts:1 debug1: ssh_ecdsa_verify: signature correct debug1: SSH2_MSG_NEWKEYS sent debug1: expecting SSH2_MSG_NEWKEYS debug1: SSH2_MSG_NEWKEYS received debug1: Roaming not allowed by server debug1: SSH2_MSG_SERVICE_REQUEST sent debug1: SSH2_MSG_SERVICE_ACCEPT received debug1: Authentications that can continue: publickey,password,keyboard-interactive debug1: Next authentication method: publickey debug1: Trying private key: /home/tim/.ssh/id_rsa debug1: Trying private key: /home/tim/.ssh/id_dsa debug1: Trying private key: /home/tim/.ssh/id_ecdsa debug1: Next authentication method: keyboard-interactive debug1: Authentications that can continue: publickey,password,keyboard-interactive debug1: Next authentication method: password [email protected]'s password: debug1: Authentication succeeded (password). Authenticated to localhost ([::1]:22). debug1: channel 0: new [client-session] debug1: Requesting [email protected] debug1: Entering interactive session. debug1: channel 0: free: client-session, nchannels 1 Connection to localhost closed by remote host. Connection to localhost closed. Transferred: sent 2008, received 1376 bytes, in 0.0 seconds Bytes per second: sent 64774.0, received 44387.0 debug1: Exit status -1 I'm really at wit's end here because I couldn't get Windows' remote shell to even work. I'm so sick of using VNC just to get to a shell. Plus Windows' shell sucks because there is nothing like screen. Thanks

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