Getting Started with jQuery UI
jQuery UI is built to work with jQuery. If you are already using jQuery, it is recommended as an addin to make your pages look like more than just HTML. Let's see how easy it is to get started with this excerpt of Ian Elliot's new book, Just JQuery: The Core UI.
Insider's Guide To Udacity Android Developer Nanodegree
The Android Developer Nanodegree, designed by Google and delivered through Udacity's platform, is for intermediate Java developers, or even those experienced in other object-oriented languages, looking to start developing for Android. As such it teaches the tools, principles, patterns and conventions pertaining to Android.
A Programmer's Guide To Octave
Octave is an open source language, mostly compatible with MatLab, that makes doing difficult math easy. It supports matrix operations and has lots of different types of built-in mathematical operations. It isn't as well known as it deserves to be, and if you are a programmer it can be difficult to find out what you need to know. Hence a programmer's guide.
Password Cracking RAR Archives With Perl
Cracking RAR archives is something not yet achievable as the format has no known vulnerabilities.Let me correct that, no known vulnerabilities as far as unlocking an encrypted RAR archive without the use of a password goes. In this article we look at password cracking by dictionary attack. Along the way we explore how to turn a single threaded Perl/Tk GUI application into a multi-threaded one.
Programming - A Life Long Challenge
What is it that makes programming more than just an occupation? It's that chance it gives you to see things from the inside out. And watching a beginner gives insights into what it is all about.