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WordPress for iPad

Did the announcement from wordpress for iPad sound great to you to, but you didn’t have an iPad at hand to look at it? Advertisements

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Becoming an Cocoa guru

Here’s an interesting site that offers courses in Cocoa for iOS development. They are quite comprehensive and offer great examples to go with.

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Custom overlays coming to SeaMap

News flash: you can now add geo-referenced images to SeaMap, just send in your maps as mercator images and they will be added to the next release.

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Add your address to your TomTom in one click

I just discovered a neat way to add an address to my TomTom device. Using the wizard at the website. Neat! Related Articles TomTom GO 2405 And GO 2505 GPS Navigator Overview (mydigitallife.info) TomTom Go Live 1005 satnav (go.theregister.com) TomTom

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Perl vs Python

EXTERIOR: DAGOBAH–DAY With Yoda strapped to his back, Luke climbs up one of the many thick vines that grow in the swamp until he reaches the Dagobah statistics lab. Panting heavily, he continues his exercises–grepping, installing new packages, logging in

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The Next Generation of Real-Time System Architectures (part 5/5)

Other considerations Asynchronous or synchronous? An application interfaces in some way with its connector. The question is: should it pick the latest available value? or should it wait for a value to arrive. The connector should provide both interfaces since

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The Next Generation of Real-Time System Architectures (part 4/5)

Meta data So what kind of meta data is required to correctly establish a “contract” between these connectors? Again let’s consider the usage in a real-time environment. For such an environment the delivery of data is very important, since the

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