Without a doubt, programming is one of the most lucrative careers in the world today. However, there are hundreds of programming languages and not all are equal. It doesn’t matter if you are new to programming or are a seasoned developer, knowing which programming languages are the most popular and WHY will give you an edge and… READ MORE
Virtual Eye is a vision technology that provides virtual sight to the visually impaired by recognizing people and the environment around using AI and AR capabilities of Azure. This session explores the technologies implemented along the Azure Kinect device to perform body tracking and image recognition in real-time, and translate this information in vocal instructions that describe the world around the user.
Are you looking for ways to maximize your Teams environment? This webinar will show you some low-code ways that you can bring powerful functionality into Teams.
Almost twenty years ago, I started as a developer in a company that used code reviews. At that time, I had never done a code review nor was my code ever reviewed. For my first project, I had to create a COM component in C++ using the ATL framework. ATL uses reference counting to manage the… READ MORE
Many software developers and programmers have this doubt regarding whether Python is faster than Visual Basic. Some of the experienced Python Programmers have the opinion that Visual Basic is faster than Python. This blog discusses this aspect of Visual Basic and before getting into the reason why Visual Basic is faster than Python, let’s get… READ MORE
Over the last years there has been an increase in reported supply chain attacks. Attacks where the attacker isn’t trying to get access to your source control repositories, but that of one of the many code projects you depend on. A bitcoin wallet was compromised and sent wallet keys to a third-party domain through a nodejs… READ MORE
Strains of “Pomp and Circumstance” suddenly fill the Denver dojo. The song drowns out the merry din of bells, whistles, dings and dance beats that usually flow from freshly built computer games. The ninjas all pause their work. The song signals that one of their own is the first to reach a coveted milestone, yellow… READ MORE
Recently I’ve gotten into answering Go questions on StackOverflow, and one of the patterns I noticed are many repetitive questions about JSON processing. The goal of this post is to collect a “cookbook” of JSON processing code and examples; think of it as a vastly expanded version of the JSON gobyexample page. It’s a living document… READ MORE
Few days ago I saw a post about using hieroglyph unicode characters in Haskell to write fully functional Haskell code. They shown an example of map function. A function that applies a function to a collection of items. Pretty much how foreach does in PowerShell. I thought this was fun, and tweeted this: That code uses capabilities of PowerShell… READ MORE
Firstly, what exactly is CoreRT? From its GitHub repo: .. a .NET Core runtime optimized for AOT (ahead of time compilation) scenarios, with the accompanying .NET native compiler toolchain The rest of this post will look at what that actually means. Contents Existing .NET ‘AOT’ Implementations High-Level Overview The Compiler The Runtime ‘Hello World’ Program Limitations Further… READ MORE