I thought I'd share with you all my current project - a network traffic analysis tool I'm writing for Linux. Anyone who's been around for a while should have seen the FAQ I wrote ages (years?) ago about sniffing raw network traffic. In that thread I hinted at some of the possibilities that I'd...
Look at some of those ^^...
thats because whilst Flash is 'open' it is Adobe who develop the browser plugins - the Linux plugin is horribly inefficient. if you had a mobile device and wanted guarantee's that the end user experience is going to be awesome would you really want dependence on a third party? don't forget the...
1. if I roll my mouse up and down over the news items my CPU usage hits 100%...
2. you can't "open in new tab" any interesting articles
3. the HTML page will load and work on -any- computer/device with a web browser
Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is IMHO the best language for dynamic website development. I'm assuming by dynamic you mean "the user clicks around the web page and cool things happen, things animate, new information is displayed and the page never reloads yadda yadda (think facebook)"
An IP address who's first digit is between 1 and 127 is a class A address, so the network is denoted by bits 31-24 inclusive (don't forget bits are counted right to left) so it is '10'.
For "22.214.171.124/18" the "/18" shows that the network mask is 18 bits long...
from the code you had on Saturday 21:08 GMT!!! GMT! this will fix it:
add a style for this:
from template.css line 133
from template.css line 130
Security through obscurity - use obscure usernames which contain numbers and swap to using non-standard ports for the important services (like SSH - get it off of port 22!). Its enough to keep the script kiddies away whilst still giving you access. Lets be honest - if a real criminal wants in to...
IE8 is a heap of s**t, especially in the mind of web engineers. I could enable IE8, but it'd look beyond terrible as IE seems to totally disregard some of the more important styles which hold together the result display. The search results are displayed as a map rather than a list - buildings on...
I'm only 21 so haven't had much experience yet, although I have spent a year as an intern for Sun Microsystems as a dynamic web engineer. I'm in my final year at University.
Last summer after my internship ended and before University started I got pretty bored, so decided I'd have...