On this site you won’t find specific advice on “how to call function xyz()”. Interpreting C++ ARM and #pragma dwim is also out of scope.
We’re treating our readers as intelligent beings who can use Google and/or StackOverflow, where all such specific questions were answered more than once.
A great collection of some quick reference cards for many programming languages like Java, C , C++, XML, CSS, JSP, Visibone, Delphi, ADA, CVS, Doc++, Doxygen, Perl , PHP, Python, Linux, Unix, Ruby, SQL, UML, VB.NET
This page gives a good view on how to evaluate the competency and level of a programmer. If you are a programmer then it will tell you what are all the areas you should be focussing on and what is the level of expertise required.
Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. Every ten days, a new episode is published that covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content – we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues.
Is your Web site primed for any viewer? How do you know? The nicest thing about a usable Web site is that it’s just a good thing to do for others so they can easily read your online information. The other side to usability is that it can increase your search engine standings so more people can find your Web site.
The following list of cheat sheets and checklists are fairly recent; however, some older usability checklists are useful for older sites that haven’t been upgraded. You can find cheat sheets and checklists for forms, blogs and more below, all listed in alphabetical order.
Congregation Builder's Church Management Software Can Help With Skills, Interests, and Passions Awareness
It's always said, or at least inferred, that most churches operate on the 90-10 concept. What is the 90-10 concept? Well, usually 90% of the work is completed by 10% of the church members. This may be due to several factors, however, it may be that the single most significant reason for this phenomenon is the lack of a way to efficiently and concisely organize your congregation's diverse skills, interests, and passions.