• Technical Interviews – how to prepare?

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    Technical interviews are tough and can be really tough, can spit you on the face and say “you didn’t know this after working for so many years”. I stumbled across this few years ago when I actively started looking for new IT positions and saw myself in the list of thousand people around who not […]

  • Programming From Scratch [3]

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    Congrats! You made it to part 3, the hardest part so-far. We will be syncing the video we made last time to audio!  We have to do this, as the video does not have a steady frame rate to common visual styles. Last time our code look like the following: We had brute force the […]

  • What does it mean to purchase from the channel

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    No this is one that really confused me when I first started out in IT and sales of technology related equipment and software, What is the channel? I was actually using the channel and all of these thing I was reading were talking about the channel, for those that know what it is it’s quite […]

  • Want to be a Millionaire?

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    The weed eater was created during a recession with higher unemployment and gas prices than now. Do you know a homeowner who doesn’t own one? Just a little FACT: 12.5% of our citizens are millionaires. That’s more than anywhere else in the world. To me it is not about money. But think of the opportunities […]

  • The FCC And Operating Illegally

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    Re: Can You Setup Your Own Cell Phone Network to Prevent the Government from Tracking You?   Eli was right-on regarding the FCC and illegal transmitters. While some of us believe the FCC is lacking on shutting down, say FM radio pirates (New York City) has a ton of them – over time, you will […]

  • SSL Will be Free Starting Summer 2015

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    Historically you have had to pay anything from $10 dollars to over $1000 for an SSL certificate for your website. If you hunt around you can find free SSL certificates but they are either a paid ‘trial’ or part of some other commercial incentive to get you to sign up with a service where you […]

  • How profitable is game development?

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    The game industry has a very large consumer population, but is it a profitable industry for everyone? I am out to find the answer, and this is solely based on my experience of the industry. As many of you might may know, back in June of 2014, I published Virtual Terminal for Sony’s PlayStation Vita, a […]

  • Programming From Scratch [2]

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    If you haven’t already. check out the first part of the series. Picked Question and Answer: “Why [do I] prefer visual studio?” – It is the professional way of programming in the business world sadly. No professional businesses use free IDE’s. (Feel free to ask questions, as I will answer 1 per post) In the […]

  • Theoritical or practical working knowledge – which is important?

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    It is a common argument between many technicians, especially in India, who think one way or the other, saying theoretical knowledge or practical working knowledge in IT is important. First of all, this difference has been decided by individuals and not at a high level. There is only one kind of knowledge, that doesn’t differentiate […]

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