Monthly Archives: May 2014

Windows Runs a Batch File in Task Scheduler

Steps on Windows 8.1 Right Click “This PC”->Manage->Task Scheduler, and find ¬†Create Task General tab: Enter a name, ¬†select “Run whether user is logged on or not” and check “Run with highest privileges” Triggers Tab: set it based on needs … Continue reading

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Example of Replacing Google Maps with OpenStreetMap

http://doublemap.github.io/blog/2014/04/29/porting-600k-map-views-to-openstreetmap/

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5 Steps to Better Application Logging–Ryan Daigle

http://www.miyagijournal.com/articles/five-steps-application-logging/

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Debuggers are for Losers — Dalip Mahal

http://www.javacodegeeks.com/2013/05/debuggers-are-for-losers.html

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Detached Head in Git, What Does It Mean?

You will see a “Detached Head” message when you checkout a commit from GIT repository. It looks scary to some new Git users. What does it exactly mean? What can you do and what should you do at this point? … Continue reading

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