Due to high demand here are the download links to the books. 1) Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman! 2) The Codebreakers Hey it's Rick from codewithintent.com coming at you with another video and this was going to be about what lock-picking taught me about … [Read more...] about What Lock picking taught me about programming
Hello Friend, I have been working with a new client. They have a legacy application that was built in 2004. If you have worked in the enterprise that might not be a big surprise. You might even call it a "new" application. Keep in mind in 2004 I was still in … [Read more...] about Solving BIG Problems
The film How Long is a Piece of String, was in interesting watch. Because one i knew little to no information about physics let alone quantum mechanics, but somehow throughout the film as they explained what it was by trying to solve the problem of the string it … [Read more...] about Touching the limits
Divide and conquer is algorithmic design pattern, to explained it as quickly as possible without getting too deep into the mathematical proofing and development of this type of algorithms it breaks down as follows. Divide: Break down the problem into … [Read more...] about What are divide and conquer algorithms?
What are some of the problems that my program will encounter well there are some that will be at runtime an other that will be at the logic level. Here is some of the problem that might happen. IO Errors Environment Errors Logic Errors IO Errors: Anytime … [Read more...] about What can go wrong with my program and how to handle it?