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c# (Csharp) tip:- Ensure only instance of your windows application is running c# (Csharp) tip:- Ensure only instance of your windows application is running

Many times we ant only one instance of the application to running for example here is a simple windows application i have and let me just go to my solution explorer and let me go to my exe file here now this windows application if someone runs it once here is running but if you…

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How to Make a Neural Network – Intro to Deep Learning #2 How to Make a Neural Network – Intro to Deep Learning #2

How do we learn? Although times may change, some concepts stay the same. Unchanging, information outlasts the body. It’s stored in our brain, but can be passed down from generation to generation. Our brain is capable of synthesizing the diverse set of inputs we call our five senses, and from them, creating a hierarchy of…

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How to Do Sentiment Analysis – Intro to Deep Learning #3 How to Do Sentiment Analysis – Intro to Deep Learning #3

Hello world, it’s Siraj and today we’re going to use machine learning to help us understand our emotions. Our emotional intelligence distinguishes us from every other known living being on Earth. These emotions can be simple like when you get so hyped, all you can hear is Gasolina by Daddy Yankee. And we’ve invented language…

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Android Performance Patterns: Understanding VSYNC Android Performance Patterns: Understanding VSYNC

Building a performant application has everything to do with understanding how the hardware is working. So you know the best way is to work with it. And at the core of rendering performance sits an easily misunderstood hardware process that governs how fast your application can actually render. My name is Colt McAnlis, and if…

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Course Goals and Prerequisites – Developing Android Apps Course Goals and Prerequisites – Developing Android Apps

Now, it’s important to remember that we’re not here to teach you how to build a weather app. It’s not even to teach you all the Android APIs that we use to build it. It’s really about retraining your brain to start thinking like a mobile developer, which is really important, because at the end…

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Castle of Dr. Brain is An Unreasonable Job Application Castle of Dr. Brain is An Unreasonable Job Application

Feels weird to let another Edutainment Month pass by without covering this one, so let’s get to it! This is Castle of Dr. Brain, released in 1991 by Sierra On-Line for multiple home computer platforms of varying popularity. The one we’ll be looking at today though is the highly successful VGA version for MS-DOS PCs,…

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Dockerizing an Existing Rails Application Dockerizing an Existing Rails Application

Today we’re going to take an existing Ruby on Rails application and convert it so that can be developed and deployed using Docker. Up to this point we’ve been using mostly “hello world” applications we’ve been using Docker outside of our Python series we’re just using a Python image in order to run our code…

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How to deploy your Java applications using Docker How to deploy your Java applications using Docker

Hi! In this tutorial we’re going to set up a simple Java application to build, deploy, and run inside a Docker container! We’re going to set up the start to a continuous integration environment using Java, Maven and Docker. If you’re not familiar with Maven, there’s a Maven playlist of three videos to get you…

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Debugging with a Physical Device – Developing Android Apps Debugging with a Physical Device – Developing Android Apps

Thanks Veto. And now it’s time to install the Sunshine app on our phones. So to get started, let’s grab a USB cable. We’ll plug in our device and then we’ll need to enable USB debugging. This can be found in Developer options in the Settings app. But note that on Android devices 4.2 and…

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How To Start Coding (Software Development) How To Start Coding (Software Development)

John: Hey, John Sonmez from simpleprogrammer.com and today I thought I would answer one of the biggest questions that I get all the time. I get a lot of emails asking basically how do I get started in programming or how do I become a software developer. I thought Iíd address that question this time.…

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