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Windows 10, RealSense SR300, Person Tracking

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Following up on yesterday’s post, I don’t seem to be having much luck with the Intel SR300 camera and the current RealSense SDK. I’m starting to think that I’ve got some kind of driver mismatch or similar or maybe I just don’t have any hardware that’s compatible with the camera. Based on yesterday’s experimenting, it … Continue reading Windows 10, RealSense SR300, Person Tracking →

How to Insert Multiple Rows in a Single SQL Query – Interview Question of the Week #069

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There are so many different databases in the world and many of them use the language SQL for their programming. It is very easy to assume that if they are using SQL, we can easily use code from one database to another database. Unfortunately the reality is very different, not all the scripts from one database works in another database. Today we will see very interesting question where the user asked a question about inserting multiple rows in a single SQL query. The post How to Insert Multiple Rows in a Single SQL Query – Interview Question of

Anatomy of a JavaScript MV* Framework

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Anatomy of a JavaScript MV* Framework



The main features of an MV* application are routing, data binding,
templates/views, models, and data access. In this post I’ll describe
these features and show code examples from AngularJS, Backbone, and
Ember for each feature.



Historically, a controller would respond to some kind of user input, and
communicate that input to the model, or back to the view. In MV*
frameworks like Backbone, though, the controller logic is handled inside
the view itself.



event handling inside the view, communicating with the
model, and then sending updates back to the view. JavaScript:

 aside on super: JavaScript does not provide
a simple way to call super — the function of the same name defined
higher on the prototype chain. If you override a core function like
set, or save, and you want to invoke the
parent object's implementation, you'll have to explicitly call it, along these lines:



Backbone is an attempt to discover the minimal set
of data-structuring (models and collections) and user interface (views
and URLs) primitives that are generally useful when building web applications with
JavaScript.



Windows 10 UWP, Intel RealSense SR300, First Steps

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I’ve been waiting a little while for the new SR300 RealSense camera to show up from Intel and mine got delivered the other so I thought I’d write an initial post having played with it for around 30 minutes or so. Firstly, I thought that the camera might look like this; but it turned out … Continue reading Windows 10 UWP, Intel RealSense SR300, First Steps →

How to create a Wi-Fi hotspot on your #Windows 10 PC?

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Windows 10 now provides you an easy way to create Wi-Fi hotspots. You don’t need any 3rd party software, you don’t need to write commands in the console. Everything is now just a few clicks away, in a complete GUI. This feature is going to come with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.   Today in this blog post, I will show you the forthcoming feature in Windows 10. Have a glance on it and share us your view. If you are a Windows Insider, checkout the feature in latest build.  
  Windows 10’s latest insider builds are now available for Windows Insiders with lot many new features and enhancements. These all are expected to release with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Among these new feature/enhancements, one is the easy way to create Wi-Fi hotspot.   Wi-Fi hotspots are used to connect all your devices like laptops, tablets phones etc. to the internet when you don’t have any Wi-Fi router but still want to connect all of them. Using it, you can make your laptop a virtual Wi-Fi hotspot and connect all those devices via it....(Read whole news on source site)

AngularJS2

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SharePoint, WCF and Azure Trainings: more information
My article is now online. In this article, I talk about AngularJS2. Instead of being a tutorial on AngularJS2, this article is more about a taste-test of AngularJS2, why you should consider using it, what it feels like to use AngularJS2 etc. Without much further ado .. the article. Read full article .... ...(Read whole news on source site)

Nice Time Saver: Windows Universal App Image Scaler

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Recently I took my first steps into the world of Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps after many years of WPF. What came a bit as a shock to me was the sheer number of required/recommended tile and icon assets.Most of the images are versions of the same image, scaled to different sizes. Of course, creating these images is something that can and should be automated, starting from a sufficiently large image.One way to handle this is via Photoshop Actions, but when looking for a simpler solution I came across the Windows Universal App Image
Scaler. This is a Visual Studio extension that adds a context menu entry to the Solution Explorer. You simply right-click an image file, choose “Scale image for Windows Universal app…” and specify the kind of images you want to create. When you press “Ok”, the output will be written to the directory that contains the source image, and that’s it!You find this nice extensionin the “Extensions and Updates” dialog inside Visual Studio (via the “Tools” menu) by clicking “Online”, “Visual Studio Gallery” and searching for “app image scaler”,on the Visual Studio Gallery website: https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/824f5375-b0c7-4d79-b9bf-04653876ba53or on GitHub:

SELECT One by Two – Interview Question Extended – Part II

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The puzzles are interesting and in most cases, if we try to play around a little bit more, many more interesting extensions can be added. A couple of weeks back, I wrote a round – SELECT One by Two – Why Does SELECT 1/2 Returns 0 – Interview Question of the Week #067. It brought some good interactions as comments over the blog and I was happy we were all excited about something as simple as this. The post SELECT One by Two – Interview Question Extended – Part II appeared first on Journey to SQL Authority

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