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I am writing a API project to use service of a website (removed link in case it is considered as advertise). Is codeproject a right place to host those? The article + code format is very suitable for the API set hosting for many languages and to show how to use them.
just speaking from personal experience and the people I have worked with, the front page of that has uses pretty poor English and ends up coming of as amateurish because of it( yeah I know mine is as well but this is not a professional website I am typing, just a post on CP).
That is from my perspective from the USA. others might feel differently. It just might be worth taking another look at the writing on the website.
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Thank you for pointing out this- It would probably never be fixed otherwise- Since it is not a technical thing it is hard for me to notice- There are few sentences there- I think I'll remove text from first page and ask someone to rewrite it for wiki page-
Peanuts; the article you presented doesn't show the worst resume's ever, as the title implies, and as potential readers might expect - no, it's merely an enumeration of whining-points that the author bothers most. They're not even the worst nor the most common mistakes.
It's called "filling". In the ring with a Lore-Ipsum, the Ipsum would beat the crap out of the article.
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House Homeland Security Oversight Subcommittee Chairman Michael McCaul (R.-Texas) said:
"We are now on the edge of a new horizon: using unmanned aerial systems within the homeland. Currently there are about 200 active Certificates of Authorization issued by the Federal Aviation Administration to over 100 different entities, such as law enforcement departments and academic institutions, to fly drones domestically."
from U.S. Government official source (link is to a .pdf file): [^]
"Between January 1, 2012 and July 17, 2012, FAA had issued 201 COAs to 106 federal, state, and local government entities across the United States, including law enforcement entities as well as academic institutions. Additionally, FAA had issued 8 special airworthiness certifications for experimental use to four UAS manufacturers. Presently, under COA or special airworthiness certification, UAS operations are permitted for specific times,locations, and operations. Thus it is not uncommon for an entity to receive multiple COAs for various missions."
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