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Netflix hasn’t been coy about its ambitions with original programming this year: from House of Cards to Arrested Development, the company wants to become the next HBO. Those plans will keep moving forward on July 11th when Netflix will release its latest original program, Orange is the New Black. Based on a memoir by Piper Kerman, the show is created by Jenji Kohan — the woman behind Showtime’s Weeds. It’s described as a comedic drama that follows a woman (Taylor Schilling) who’s ripped from her New York lifestyle after being sentenced to a year in a federal penitentiary due to her involvement in a drug-running operation. Like House of Cards before it, Orange‘s first season will consist of thirteen episodes, with Kohan writing the…
Android Programming: The Big Nerd Ranch Guide: is an introductory Android book for programmers with Java experience. Based on Big Nerd Ranch’s popular Android Bootcamp course, this guide will lead you through the wilderness using hands-on example apps combined with clear explanations of key concepts and APIs. This book focuses on practical techniques for developing apps compatible with all versions of Android widely used today. Write and run code every step of the way — creating apps that catalog crime scenes, browse photos, track your jogging route, and more. Each chapter and app has been designed and tested to provide the knowledge and experience you need to get started in Android development.
“Big Nerd Ranch provided the training we needed to get hundreds of engineers building skillfully on Android. This book is a great distillation of that training and will be a huge help to anyone looking to ramp up as well.” – Mike Shaver, Director of Mobile Engineering, Facebook
“…a must-have for the developer just starting in Android or ready for more advanced techniques. I was impressed with this book’s content and clarity of presentation. The authors explain simple and complex Android topics with equal ease.” – James Steele, author of The Android Developer’s Cookbook
Charlie Ergen, chairman and co-founder of Dish Network, was the keynote speaker on the first night of the D:Dive Into Media conference in Dana Point, California., and without question, he’s going to be a tough act to follow. The hour-long conversation touched on everything from Ergen’s expertise at the blackjack table to his belief that there are just two kinds of people in the world — “those who get results, and those who make excuses” — but host Peter Kafka dove right into the major issue at hand: the Hopper. Head on past the break for a rundown of the interview.
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Get thoroughly up to speed on Android programming, and learn how to create up-to-date user experiences for both handsets and tablets. With this book’s extensively revised second edition, you’ll focus on Android tools and programming essentials, including best practices for using Android 4 APIs. If you’re experienced with Java or Objective-C, you’ll gain the knowledge necessary for building well-engineered applications.
Programming Android is organized into four parts:
- Part One helps programmers with some Java or iOS experience get off to a fast start with the Android SDK and Android programming basics.
- Part Two delves into the Android framework, focusing on user interface and graphics class hierarchies, concurrency, and databases. It’s a solid foundation for understanding of how the most important parts of an Android application work.
- Part Three features code skeletons and patterns for accelerating the development of apps that use web data and Android 4 user interface conventions and APIs.
- Part Four delivers practical coverage of Android’s multimedia, search, location, sensor, and account APIs, plus the Native Development Kit, enabling developers to add advanced capabilities.
This updated edition of Programming Android focuses on the knowledge and developer priorities that are essential for successful Android development projects.
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This book is meant to any type of person wishing to discover Android programs while giving to the visitor the essential foundation in Java and knowledgeable about the java keywords used in Android.
This book was made to offer the foundation for an amateur user without any requirements through detailed examples using the brand-new Android SDK (Jelly Bean), and as an overview to set a standard for all future android programmers. Publication 1
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Delve into sensors, native development, 3D graphics, and many other subjects, and uncover ways to build applications on the platform of your option. If you’re an intermediate to sophisticated programmer, you’ll learn exactly how to make fantastic Android apps.
- Discover ways to use the Android SDK with the Eclipse IDE
- Apply advanced Java ideas no matter your experience with the language
- Develop an Android individual interface that’s spellbinding and easy to navigateUse the Piece API for tablet user interfacesMake your application suitable with Honeycomb and earlier versionsUnderstand Android’s unique database design concerns and the role of SQLite
- Usage sensors and motions to expand your app’s input past just tapping and scrolling
- Explore Android APIs for multimedia, area, communication, NFC, and other applications Listing Price: $ 44.99 Cost: $ 22.99
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Dish Network has announced that it has settled its lawsuit with Voom HD, which resulted in the removal of AMC stations from Dish’s service earlier this summer. The settlement terms require Dish to pay $ 700 million to Voom HD for 500MHz worth of spectrum licenses covering 150 million people. Now that the litigation is settled, Dish has agreed to carry AMC starting this evening, and the other AMC Networks channels including Sundance Channel, WE tv, IFC, and Fuse starting on November 1. This means that Dish customers will again be able to watch shows like Mad Men, Breaking Bad, and The Walking Dead, which should make more than few people happy.
Question by : FRC Robotics Labview Programming Problem?
I have installed labview on my computer for the 2011 competition for FIRST Robotics. I used the CD provided in the robot kit. However, it has installed the 2010 version-is there an update I have to install? Thanks!
Answer by Erin
I do not believe that the year matters. The 2010 has the cRIO tool on it which is necessary. My version is 2010 as well and I got mine with the 2011 kit. Hope this helps
What do you think? Answer below!
Question by jayteemoney: whats a better programming language for robotics java/ C/ C# or does it really matter?
I’ve currently decided to stay devoted to learning java as my primary programming language but I want to get into robotics and buy a robotics kit but they all generally use C for the preferred programing language. does it really matter that I’d rather stick with just becoming great at java or is it really better that I start learning a little C to do the robotics thing
Answer by YouSA
There might be some people writing libraries for java or c#, but you can’t go wrong with plain old C.
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Why is it that some programming languages like C stick around despite being ostensibly obsoleted by newer ones? Wired takes a look at the work of Princeton and UC Berkeley researchers Leo Meyerovich and Ari Rabkin, which tries to address the question by polling programmers and scouring SourceForge. The answer? According to the pair, despite “enormous leaps” in software and OS design, in language design there’s a tendency to focus on uniqueness, at the expense of practicality. The researchers also note that poor documentation is a frequent barrier to the adoption of new languages. It’s probably worth pointing out that The C Programming Language was co-authored by the language’s designer, Dennis Ritchie, and is still frequently cited…