This is to announce that me and Daniel Nichter (Lead of Percona Toolkit) are coming to the MYSQL in & CLOUD CONFERENCE & EXPO , on Oct. 15-16.
There also will be localexperts in attendance.
Talks from Percona include:
Percona XtraDB Cluster - Basic installation and setup by Martín Arrieta
Proactive measures to minimizedowntime by Fernando Ipar
5.6 : New features and performance improvements by
…a Scholastic book newsletter, and in the back was Learn to Program BASIC for Windows 95 . After begging my mother, she finally caved, and I started programming — thinking I was going to write the next Tomb Raider sequel in BASIC — and I've been hacking away at a keyboard ever since.
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…thing and sell computers. She brought home an Apple II, which at that time, came with a BASIC manual. I read the book, followed the steps, and learned how to do high-resolution computer graphics, which looked like this at the time.
I would program the computer to draw lines and I thought this was really neat. A lot of the people that I knew, assumed that I would go into computing as a profession, but I felt that a career in computing would be like having a career in Rubik's cube. It's …
…speaker and teacher. Topics to cover include: * Phrases that turn your audience against you.
* Basic body language tips that affect perception.
* How to be more interesting than the internet.
* The power of live coding and demos.
* Being funny without resorting to reddit memes.
* How to get plenty of questions during Q&A.
* How to get an unfair amount of talk acceptances (aka ‘ Bribing conference organizers').
Thecommunity has been very active recently. Here are some blog posts you might want to check out:
Integrating Dart into (and your Eclipse project)
Command of Dart
…for Drinking as Much as You Like .
This book takes a single line of code-the extremely conciseprogram for the inscribed in the title-and uses it as a lens through which to consider the phenomenon of creative computing and the way computer programs exist in culture.
…to draw on my graphing calculator, but its hardware had very little RAM, and its implementation of BASIC did not support lambdas, so I had to settle for drawing individual sequences, while modulating by hand the values of x and i .
An individual sequence could look like this:
If it looks like this, repeating the iterating function with those particular values for x and i zeroes in on one consistent return value.
If it looks like this, repeating the iterating function with …
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…me at some point in the 80s. I wanted to learn to program it, and the fact it booted straight intoencouraged a lot of experimentation.
Computers don't work like that anymore, but some people want them to .
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