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I don't mean to come across as snarky or rude, but I have to ask: what is there to learn, exactly ? XML is not a programming language. It's just a data markup format. You can literally learn it in about an hour (I'm not including the mess of XML- related technologies such as XSLT, XPath, etc, which ...
The RFID works really well, the only thing to watch out for is which protocol/message format the reader uses versus what kind of cards/stickers/chips you buy. The range on the reader is about 10cm, so we're planning to buy a bunch of RFID stickers and create custom beer mugs for everyone with them o...
We have a kegerator at work for our team, and a few coworkers and I have been working on the KegBot project, which uses an Arduino controller with a custom shield to do things like scan RFID badges, control beer flow (if we ever want to limit it to specific people), monitor the keg temp, and alert u...
They'll likely mention price at E3 this year. Personally, if the improved Kinect gestures work as well as they faked them on screen, I'll be sold on it, not to mention I'm happy to get rid of my Blu-Ray player. It's curious, however, to see them emphasizing TV so much in an era where people are incr...
I've noticed as well that sometimes I'll be missing options in my menu, and it seems to be dependent on what page I'm on.
You've already contacted the bank to make sure it's not something on their end, right?
For the record, assuming your coin isn't special (or in this case, that your random number generator is reliably pseudo-random), there's no mathematically practical difference between flipping a single coin and using the result, or counting the results of successive coin flips. Edit: now that I thin...
Before people start mindlessly chiming in with "LOLZ CUZ ITS IE", what exactly is going wrong? Saying "it doesn't work" doesn't provide a lot of context.
I wish there was something a lot more like Visual Studio for Linux. But not made by Microsoft and doesn't crash all the time.
This is a necropost, but now I'm curious. What version of VS do you use, and what are you doing when it crashes?
What exactly is it that you want to customize? Figure that out and then look for articles/books on that particular topic.
i.e. kernel, device drivers, X11, window managers, desktop environments, etc.
You might want to check out StarDock's DeskScapes, but I don't think it can do HTML.
They removed Active Desktop after XP from what I remember. Good riddance.
I wonder if the CMOS battery is dead, but that's a long shot.
Does the machine at least POST, and/or is your motherboard producing any error codes (beeps)?
In the future, it would be helpful to include exactly how you're running your script and the error messages you're getting. We aren't mind-readers :)