There was not much response on my "Part II" post, so I didn't publish the video.
Thanks for asking, it all went VERY good - I played without a single mistake (at least, as fas as my musician ears could "hear"), and I even handled a quite complicated fill pattern in the middle of the guitar solo without a single wrong stroke. *phew*
The App is doing "ok" in the Play Store, it receives frequent updates from me, recently made it Android 8 compatible (for their new notification channel api) and the band is quite happy with the app state as-it-is.
So, this project was successful from the start to the end
It is really satisfying when this kind of things work
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
Which songs did you listen to?
Oh and don't mind, installing the app and smashing in some 5 stars there
In their youtube channel you can find the live video of me playing if you are interested there.
I played "you do it" with them.
Please don't laugh too loud about how I look at the drums --- to my defense:
- I am a left-handed person
- The drum kit is set up for right-handed people
- We did not play with the studio kit, I saw the drum kit (and the arrangement) first time about 45 minutes before the video on stage
- I had zero chance to try the kit (and the distances) before
I have developed a product for Microsoft's SQL Server database. It is a source control tool very similar to what both Red-Gate and ApexSQL are offering but priced very affordably for individual developers. Unlike these two competing products, my software is designed with localized storage so that the files can be easily transferable to another machine that has my software installed.
The reason I developed this product was directly related to the many experiences I had in both my consulting assignments and full-time employment where I found that with the exception of those companies that had complete database groups, source control for applications was often poor and erratic while for database version control of SQL's object scripts it was non-existent.
On a number of occasions, while developing database applications and alongside that, the SQL procedures and modules to support these applications, I found my efforts hindered by others going in and changing those modules I was working on or even completely wiping them out without my ability to save them on a regular basis so that I could recover them if necessary.
Though my product has had several hundred downloads over the time I have been offering it I have received no sales. However, what has dismayed me even more is the lack of comments about my software that would give me an inkling as to why people who had downloaded the product chose not to pursue a purchase.
To date I have received one review by a download site that appeared to go through my software on a legitimate basis and liked it very much. Their only complaint was the "stodgy" interface, which I have since modernized.
I would like additional input to this effort to better understand if there is something in my work that is deficient or it is merely a marketing issue. As a result, I am offering 5 to 10 license keys to those developers that would take the time to review my product for me and give me some of the insight I am looking for.
My software is called, "SQL Server Source Control for Developers" and can be downloaded as a 30-day trial package from my business site... Black Falcon Software
These freely available keys will unlock the trial version making it a full version, which can be installed on up to 5 separate machines.
To obtain one of these licenses, simply contact me at my email address below and I will forward it to you.
If any of you would be willing to take the time out to work with my software and provide your comments to it as a result, it would be greatly appreciated...
Sr. Software Engineer
Black Falcon Software, Inc.
This is Eric Liu from China. I am searching some advertise coder, especially those are expertise of DFP or native advertising system. I am writing this message to enquiry are you interested in the developing the Chinese market. We have a lot of market resources, and want to find a partner who is the real expertise to provide the technique support. So, are you interested in or not, please let me know, thanks.
Hi all, I am a beginner programmer and have an idea for a website. This website has to feature voting technology(?)*excuse the ignorance*, a username/profile base and the ability for a user to be able to post lengthy bits of information with pictures/media etc. Im fairly proficent in html and currently learning CSS, what other programing languages should I learn to be able to build such a website? Anyone interested in developing the website can email me @ [email removed]. Thanks for reading!
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would like your thoughts to test my latest release to test SOAP, REST, JSON Services.
Available at http://github.com/arunimarastogi/srjtester
email me at SRJTester .com for suggestions issue
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I just released V3 of my free internet radio player/recorder app Radio Ripper[^]. Would appreciate any feedback or bug reports. The app is pretty stable and requires no installation. It's totally portable and will even run off a USB stick.
My net nazi (I foolishly tried this from work) did not like your .exe download
Dear member of Staff,
The web-page that you are trying to access contains a malware and is unsafe to view.
If this is incorrect, please email Information Security Alerts for clarification.
I suspect I would get that from any .exe I tried to download from the net
Never underestimate the power of human stupidity