Hi, I worked as Web developer (ASP.NET,VB.NET) for 6 months and later my position was changed as Windows developer(WPF,C#,MVVM) to till now. Next, my company is forcing me to move on android application development(Purely java and android studio). I started my career just a year back. Is it good for me to switching technologies in short span of time?
I have created a windows gadget that plays a radio stream I am involved in. I have got the gadget image and stream working however would like the main image on the desktop to change at specific times of the day when a new show starts. example: Monday - friday 6am to 10am it shows image 1, and 10am to 2pm it shows image 2 etc... so basically it will change the image for each show 7 days a week. I just cannot figure out how this can be achieved, so any advice would be welcomed or if you can add script for me it would be appreciated.
Script writing is not my forte.
as there are several files and code you can download the gadget file on this link. (right click and save it to desktop first, dont click on gadget link directly as will be gobblygook)
i tried various options with javasctipt but nothing wok, so hope you can figure it out. As you can see from the test2 the time script does show the image but it does not change when the next hour comes.
The Software life-cycle is an ever changing process. Some parts are a must (Absolute), and some are not. And during the evolution process some parts are added and some are dropped.
How can we decide that a once Absolute task is no longer needed and must be Dissolved?
Every task is there for a reason (since somebody put it there).
Can we drop a task just because we don't see it's importance?
And when does an absolute task become a wall in the way of evolution?
I know a bit of code but it got boring to me about 8 months ago so I stopped. SO what's a code I can start learning that'll keep me interestee. Also what's the best windows program for a coding prompt? ? Also I ordered these books
-the pragmatic programmer from beginner to journeyman
-programming for dummies
-invent Your Own Computer Games with Python, 3rd Edition
Do you think starting python will keep me motivated and inspired??
Motivation needs to come from within. If you do not have much interest in programming then no language is likely to change that. Try and decide first what you want to do, and then choose the language or framework that you think will help you achieve that goal. But if you really find it boring then best find some other career path.
Hello im a newbie program i just started learning programming recently and im still a not good at it. But i want do a program where i have point(for ex. a circle) and it moving on his own from starting point to the end line, he also needs to avoid simple obstacles, and learn his actions and do not do same mistakes again(something like "i was at this pixel before, when i moved to the pixel at the right and there was obstacle so do not do this move on this pixel again). It can be in 2D on bit map(i think ).
I woud like any links to tutorials that will help me or which libraries i should use and where a i should look for help etc