Fang Island are back and will be taking out their riffs when they meet up with the Sargent House tour of Tera Melos and Zorch for the East Coast portion of that tour starting in Buffalo on October 26th. Fang Island will also be playing their brand new song “Starquest” . Below is…
nekunk ennyi maradt mar csak…
I talked to several developers while writing this who had committed code to open source projects and had used protected. I received the same response from each:
1) I don’t remember why I used protected there
2) I wouldn’t use protected if I was writing that code again, private orpublic would have been better
3) I don’t use protected at all today.
ficko jajgat, hogy “jajj alabam! jajj a labam!!!” erre odamegy a villamosvezeto, hogy “mit jajgat? nincs is laba.”
ja, ugy kezdodik, hogy a fickot eluti a villamos
Varez elkezdett horgolni, es most azon aggodunk, hogy a sok pamuthasznalattol meg tobb juhot fognak kivagni.
Today, U.S. Rep. Tony Cárdenas (D-San Fernando Valley) introduced the 416d65726963612043616e20436f646520 Act of 2013, also known as the America Can Code Act. This legislation would designate computer programming languages as “critical foreign languages” and provide incentives for state and local schools to teach more computer science beginning as early as Kindergarten.
The official short title of the name is believed to be unique among Congressional legislation. “416d65726963612043616e20436f646520” is the hexadecimal code translation of “America Can Code.”
“The very name of this law demonstrates that programming is simply another language,” said Cárdenas. “Learning and communicating in a foreign language can have a tremendous impact on a student, both culturally and educationally. Computer programming creates a similar impact, while also providing a critical skill in today’s global economy.”