Most of us have a wireless network up and running at home, yet few bother to unleash the full potential possible. In this two part guide I will document my little project for setting up a secure WLAN environment complete with network monitoring.
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Time for something different. I have always been fascinated by aviation and flying. Countless hours have been spent flying around in X-Plane, FSX, DCS Black Shark, Lock On: Modern Air Combat, and so on. I have also touched in on remote controlled aircraft and helicopters too but its an expensive hobby and I didnt think I was dedicated enough to justify the investment. That doesnt mean I havent tried though, with terrifying crashes as a result.
If you’re developing Android applications, you will inevitably make mistakes and cause crashes. Luckily, its usually dead simple to figure out what’s gone wrong by reading the stack trace. If you’re not comfortable with reading them, then I strongly suggest you take a few minutes and read on.
After being disappointed with Ubuntu 12.04 and not finding OpenSUSE 11.2 particularly satisfying either, I realized it was time to venture onward and try out something new. Arch Linux seemed like a promising adventure.So I jumped in with both feet to see what it feels like to think correctly
Python is one of the most popular languages out there these days. Its easy to learn and suitable for a lot of different purposes, from small and quick scripts to large massive projects. So, just like I did with Ruby before I will do with Python now to give you a nice and quick introduction.
Those of you who have been around this site for a while might recall my involvement in the Android porting project where we managed to get Android running on old, Windows Mobile powered HTC devices such as the HTC Diamond 1/2, Touch Pro 1/2, Touch HD, etc. While I am no longer involved in the project, and from what I can tell the project isnt very active anymore as most people have moved on to actual Android devices, I figured it would be a nice gesture to those who are still holding on to their old trusty phones to sum things up and try to give a quick run down on the steps needed to get Android running on your phone! So grab your phone and mini USB cable and keep reading!