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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — If you’re writing modern C++ code, then it’s likely that you are using exceptions—whether you’re throwing them yourself or just using library code that might throw (e.g., std::vector). Have you ever stopped to think about how exceptions work under the hood? What actually happens at runtime when you throw an exception? How is the right catch statement found? In this session, we’ll explore how C++ exceptions actually work in the Visual C++ implementation on Windows. This session will discuss: * A very, very brief overview of how exceptions work in the C++ language * The code and data structures the Visual C++ compiler generates to facilitate proper stack unwinding * Exactly what happens when an exception is thrown, how the right catch statement is found, and how the stack is unwound * Structured Exception Handling (SEH), the Windows OS feature atop which C++ exceptions are built * How the Visual C++ runtime library interacts with the OS during stack unwinding * Interoperation with non-C++ exceptions, like hardware exceptions * How termination handling works when no matching catch statement is found or when a noexcept boundary is reached * How things differ on different architectures (x86 is very different from x64 and ARM!) This information can be very useful when debugging tricky problems—especially during postmortem debugging when you’re trying to figure out what went wrong before a program crashed—and we’ll highlight particular pieces of information that are most useful. — James McNellis, Microsoft Corporation Principal Software Engineer James McNellis is a Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft where he works on the Time Travel Debugging (TTD) reverse debugging toolkit. Prior to joining the Windows Debuggers team in 2016, he worked on the Visual C++ team and was responsible for the Microsoft C Runtime (CRT) and C Standard Library implementation. Passionate about all things related to C++, he is a frequent speaker at C++ conferences around the world and is a former top contributor on StackOverflow. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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Today we're looking at the error known as "The application has failed to start because its side-by-side configuration is incorrect." It concludes with "Please see the application event log or use the command-line sxstrace.exe tool for more details." is a problematic error that can occur in many games and apps and even Microsoft Office, but it's an easy fix. For text, links, and pretty pictures, please see http://www.majorgeeks.com/content/page/solved_the_application_has_failed_to_start_because_its_side_by_side_configuration_is_incorrect_error.html
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Microsoft Graph is a gateway to the data and intelligence in Microsoft 365. It provides a unified programming model that you can use to take advantage of the data in Office 365, Enterprise Mobility + Security, and Windows 10. In this episode we're joined by Darrel Miller (@darrel_miller), PM for Microsoft Graph developer tooling. Darrel gives us an overview of what Microsoft Graph is, and also shows us how to get started with the .NET SDK. [T00:54] - What is Microsoft Graph? [T02:25] - Getting started [T06:34] - Graph .NET SDK demo [T13:45] - Providing a token to the SDK [T16:58] - Reading information with the fluent API [T19:40] - Sending email via the SDK [T21:32] - Customizing the underlying API request [T23:39] - How does Microsoft Graph and the SDK get versioned? Useful Links Microsoft Graph Homepage https://developer.microsoft.com/graph?WT.mc_id=ondotnet-channel9-cephilli Microsoft Graph Documentation https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/overview?WT.mc_id=ondotnet-channel9-cephilli Microsoft Graph NuGet https://www.nuget.org/packages/Microsoft.Graph?WT.mc_id=ondotnet-channel9-cephilli Microsoft Graph Client Library for .NET https://github.com/microsoftgraph/msgraph-sdk-dotnet
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Quantum computing is an exciting new technology that promises to accelerate the solution of some problems beyond our wildest imagination. In this talk, I start from the ground up and explain what quantum computation is, and what it is not. This leads to a discussion of why now is the right time to be thinking about this new technology and some of the recent developments that have been made, laying the groundwork for the future of this computing model. I then argue that some of the first applications of this technology will be in the discovery of new materials and chemistry, and describe recent research efforts in this regard. These include implementations of new algorithms on real quantum devices.
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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2017 — The C++ Core Guidelines were announced at CppCon 2015, yet some developers have still never heard of them. It's time to see what they have to offer for you, no matter how much C++ experience you have. You don't need to read and learn the whole thing: in this talk I am pulling out some highlights of the Guidelines to show you why you should be using these selected guidelines. For each one I'll show some examples, and discuss the benefit of adopting them for new code or going back into old code to make a change. Beginners who find the sheer size of the language and library daunting should be able to rely on the Guidelines to help make sane choices when there are many ways to do things. Experienced C++ developers may need to leave some of their habits behind. Developers along this spectrum could benefit from seeing what the Guidelines have to offer, yet the guidelines themselves are just too big to absorb all at once. My examples will be chosen to be beginner-friendly and the focus will be on what's in it for you: faster code, less bugs, and other tangible benefits. — Kate Gregory: Gregory Consulting, Partner Kate Gregory has been using C++ since before Microsoft had a C++ compiler. She writes, mentors, codes, and leads projects, in both C++ and .NET, especially for Windows. Kate is a Microsoft Regional Director, a Visual C++ MVP, and has written over a dozen books (the most recent on C++ AMP for Microsoft Press) and speaks at conferences and user groups around the world. Kate develops courses on C++, Visual Studio, and Windows programming for Pluralsight, founded the East of Toronto .NET Users group, and is a member of adjunct faculty at Trent University in Peterborough.Website: http://www.gregcons.comTwitter handle: @gregcons — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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RuntimeError: can't save WORLD Rumor has it that software engineers hold the power to build the things of our future. Now, the world is filling up with technologies and devices – who knows what all of them are for? With power comes responsibility, or in this case the chance to build and write better things. Here is where strategies and concepts from the social design practice apply. They offer ideas for a holistic approach to programming, while yielding the prospect to establish a connection with your work that goes beyond the purely technical side of things.
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Watch my BRAND NEW Python tutorial with projects: https://youtu.be/_uQrJ0TkZlc Looking for Python tutorials for beginners? Watch this video to learn Python online. 🔥Subscribe for more Python tutorials for beginners: https://goo.gl/6PYaGF 🔥Get my COMPLETE Python course with a BIG discount: https://goo.gl/AVb6Uq - Python Exercises for Beginners: https://goo.gl/1XnQB1 - Python 3 Cheat Sheet: https://goo.gl/Jeu29b Want to learn more from me? Check out my blog and courses: http://programmingwithmosh.com https://www.facebook.com/programmingwithmosh/ https://twitter.com/moshhamedani These days everybody is learning Python 3 because it’s the most popular programming language. If you’re looking for a Python course that teaches you the fundamentals of Python, you’ve come to the right place. This video shows you Python applications as well as python salaries. If you’re looking for a programming job to make more money, Python is the best programming language to learn first. TABLE OF CONTENT 00:00:00 What is Python? 00:03:22 Installing Python 00:05:15 Python Interpreter 00:07:12 Code Editors 00:08:32 Your First Python Program 00:12:11 Python Extensions 00:15:04 Linting Python Code 00:19:20 Formatting Python Code 00:23:16 Running Python Code 00:26:17 Quiz 00:28:41 Variables 00:31:48 Variable Names 00:34:52 Strings 00:40:24 Escape Sequences 00:43:06 Formatted Strings 00:45:16 String Methods 00:51:13 Numbers 00:54:01 Working with Numbers 00:56:12 Type Conversion 01:01:18 Quiz 01:04:03 Comparison Operators 01:06:09 Conditional Statements 01:10:20 Ternary Operator 01:12:31 Logical Operators 01:16:35 Short-circuit Evaluation 01:18:44 Chaining Comparison Operators 01:20:08 Quiz 01:21:53 For Loops 01:25:32 For..Else 01:28:21 Nested Loops 01:31:07 Iterables 01:34:17 While Loops 01:39:18 Infinite Loops 01:40:57 Exercise 01:43:04 Defining Functions 01:45:30 Arguments 01:47:53 Types of Functions 01:51:57 Keyword Arguments 01:53:59 Default Arguments 01:55:36 *args 01:59:53 **args 02:02:15 Scope 02:07:26 Debugging 02:14:18 VSCode Coding Tricks (Windows) 02:16:41 VSCode Coding Tricks (Mac) 02:18:32 Exercise 02:20:03 Solution
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Learn the basics of the Python programming language. This course teaches the foundations of computer science. This video is lecture 6 of Harvard University's CS50 2018 course (part 7 since the lectures start at 0). Check out our full CS50 playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWKjhJtqVAbmGw5fN5BQlwuug-8bDmabi 🔗CS50 IDE (must have free edX account): https://cs50.io/ 🔗Notes: https://cs50.harvard.edu/college/weeks/6/notes/ 🔗Problem Set: https://cs50.harvard.edu/college/psets/6/ 🔗Source Code: https://cdn.cs50.net/2018/fall/lectures/6/src6/ ⭐️Contents⭐️ ⌨️ (0:00:00) Introduction ⌨️ (0:00:50) Week 5 Recap ⌨️ (0:13:01) resize.py ⌨️ (0:16:52) Python Syntax ⌨️ (0:23:48) Interpreting vs. Compiling ⌨️ (0:26:52) hello.py ⌨️ (0:29:54) string0.py ⌨️ (0:33:02) string1.py ⌨️ (0:35:00) ints.py ⌨️ (0:38:26) floats.dpy ⌨️ (0:42:58) overflow.py ⌨️ (0:46:26) conditions.py ⌨️ (0:48:53) answer.py ⌨️ (0:50:57) cough0.py ⌨️ (0:51:40) cough1.py ⌨️ (0:52:19) cough2.py ⌨️ (0:57:01) cough3.py ⌨️ (1:01:26) positive.py ⌨️ (1:06:51) capitalize2.py ⌨️ (1:11:46) strlen.py ⌨️ (1:15:51) argv0.py ⌨️ (1:18:39) argv1.py ⌨️ (1:20:26) swap.py ⌨️ (1:22:58) list.py ⌨️ (1:27:22) struct0.py ⌨️ (1:32:38) mario0.py ⌨️ (1:33:28) mario1.py ⌨️ (1:34:45) mario2.py ⌨️ (1:35:22) mario3.py ⌨️ (1:37:57) resize.py, continued ⌨️ (1:42:36) dictionary.py Lecture taught by David J. Malan. Thanks to Harvard's CS50 for giving us permission to post this lecture. Checkout their YouTube channel for more great lectures: https://www.youtube.com/cs50 -- Learn to code for free and get a developer job: https://www.freecodecamp.org Read hundreds of articles on programming: https://medium.freecodecamp.org And subscribe for new videos on technology every day: https://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=freecodecamp
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In this Python Tutorial, we will be setting up a development environment in Sublime Text 3. We will walk through how to install Sublime Text, install Package Control, install Packages, and much more. Let's get started. GitHub Sublime Settings - https://github.com/CoreyMSchafer/dotfiles/tree/master/init Source Code Pro Font - https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Source+Code+Pro Build Systems tutorial - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqcTfplzr7c Older Sublime Text 3 Setup (Web Dev focused)- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVLJfrIwEP8 Sublime Text Playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-osiE80TeTtHH8BZngXEsLPGotQxZa6z Atom Python Development Environment Setup - https://youtu.be/DjEuROpsvp4 If you enjoy these videos and would like to support my channel, I would greatly appreciate any assistance through my Patreon account: https://www.patreon.com/coreyms Or a one-time contribution through PayPal: https://goo.gl/649HFY If you would like to see additional ways in which you can support the channel, you can check out my support page: http://coreyms.com/support/ Equipment I use and books I recommend: https://www.amazon.com/shop/coreyschafer You can find me on: My website - http://coreyms.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CoreyMSchafer Twitter - https://twitter.com/CoreyMSchafer Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/+CoreySchafer44/posts Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/coreymschafer/ #Python
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Hey there, this is technically a re-purposing of a segment in Part 1 of this video found on my main channel - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95mL3us0HSQ It has been clipped out for sharing and to present my take on video essays on YouTube as it currently stands. I hope you enjoy.
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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — Greg will demonstrate some neat new GDB features and other advanced debugging tools on Linux. Debugging dominates software development, and yet all too often we rely on printf or at best a little bit of gdb with a bit of 'next' and 'print'. This talk will demonstrate some of the power of newer versions of GDB (Reverse debug, dynamic printf, amazing scriptability possibilities through Python), as well as some of the other Linux debugging tools at your disposal: ftrace, strace, ltrace, valgrind, rr, asan, and lots of very useful stuff in /proc. This presentation works either as a stand-alone talk or as a follow on to Greg's popular 'GDB Power User' talk at cppcon 2016." — Greg Law, Undo Limited CTO and Co-Founder Greg is co-founder and CEO at Undo. He is a programmer at heart, but likes to keep one foot in the software world and one in the business world. Greg finds it particularly rewarding to turn innovative software technology into real business development. Greg has over 20 years of experience in both academia and innovative start-up software companies. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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We're gonna build a thing...live. With an audience. It’s gonna be fancy, totally not over the top and web based. You can try and confuse the two by asking difficult questions in the live chat. Watch more Chrome and Web talks at I/O '17 here: https://goo.gl/Q1bFGY See all the talks from Google I/O '17 here: https://goo.gl/D0D4VE Subscribe to the Chrome channel: http://goo.gl/LLLNvf #io17 #GoogleIO #GoogleIO2017
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This week James is joined by friend of the show Cameron Lerum, who shows us how to easily translate our mobile applications into any language that we need to reach a global audience. He walks us through how to use the Multilingual App Toolkit to do machine translations directly from Visual Studio and how to synchronize translations with professional services. Show Links: Multilingual App Toolkit: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=MultilingualAppToolkit.MultilingualAppToolkit-18308 Source Code Sample from Show: https://github.com/jamesmontemagno/localizationsample Localization Plugin for Xamarin and Windows: https://xamgirl.com/multilingual-localization-plugin-for-xamarin/ Find James on Twitter: http://twitter.com/jamesmontemagno GitHub: http://github.com/jamesmontemagno Blog: https://montemagno.com and his weekly development podcast Merge Conflict: http://www.mergeconflict.fm Never Miss an Episode: https://twitter.com/thexamarinshow Useful Links: Xamarin Developer Center & Blog: https://developer.xamarin.com/ Xamarin and Azure: https://www.xamarin.com/azure Mobile DevOps: https://www.xamarin.com/mobile-devops Create a Free Account (Azure): https://aka.ms/c9-azurefree
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IPPCR 2015: Conceptual Approach to Survival Analysis Air date: Monday, November 16, 2015, 5:00:00 PM Category: IPPCR Runtime: 01:30:11 Description: The Introduction to the Principles and Practice of Clinical Research (IPPCR) is a course to train participants on how to effectively conduct clinical research. The course focuses on the spectrum of clinical research and the research process by highlighting epidemiologic methods, study design, protocol preparation, patient monitoring, quality assurance, and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issues. For more information go to https://ippcr.nihtraining.com/login.php Author: Laura Lee Johnson, Ph.D., FDA Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?19321
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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — Designing, writing and maintaining systems targeting multiple platforms is hard! The same system might simultaneously target desktops, browsers, cloud services and multiple different mobile devices. Each target with it's own requirements, tool-chains, APIs, SDKs and limitations. Mixing platform specific code with core functionality often leads to spaghetti code resulting in a refactoring and maintenance nightmare that is non-portable, un-testable with ample nooks and crannies for bugs to hide in. In this talk I'll present a system architecture that I call The Salami Method. The Salami Method finely distinguishes between the different aspects and layers required for exposing platform-independent C++ on different “specific” platforms. At its extreme it strives to create a single, thin, transparent layer for each such aspect so that each layer is more easily built, tested, debugged, managed and maintained. I will introduce the Salami Method and show a practical example of using it build a single C++ OpenCV app targeting both the desktop and the web with the same codebase. — Adi Shavit, Architect, Consultant Adi Shavit is an entrepreneur, speaker, independent consultant, experienced software architect and a computer vision, image processing, and machine learning expert with an emphasis on real-time applications. He specializes in building cross-platform, high-performance software combined with high production quality and maintainable code-bases. Adi is the founder of the Core C++ users group in Israel. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — Designing and building the runtime reflection system from tomorrow, today! With the introduction of libraries like LLVM and libclang, building custom tools for C++ is more approachable than it has ever been before. With Clang we have a fantastic tool to analyze and augment the C++ AST without writing our own compiler or parser. In this talk we'll go over the design and implementation of a runtime reflection system, demonstrating the use of Clang and the LLVM framework to craft custom C++ tools for your own needs. We'll be able to query the members of a class, inspect their types and size, as well as qualifiers and user-definable flags. To show-case a real-world usage of the solution, we'll add a way to easily serialize any class to or from a byte stream, by making use of the reflection information. The implementation is available under a permissive open-source license on Github (https://github.com/leandros/metareflect). — Arvid Gerstmann Arvid Gerstmann is a passionate programmer and computer enthusiast, with a focus on writing high-performance C++ systems. His area of expertise includes writing compilers, standard libraries and game engines. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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Scala 2.10 was the first language release that provided a public native API for metaprogramming Scala, introducing facilities for compile-time (macros) and runtime (Java-like reflection) metaprogramming. These facilities have brought a lot of feedback, and we've been thinking hard how to make sense of it. At this point it is clear that dedicated support for metaprogramming is useful. Previously, one had to deal with ad-hoc solutions like textual code generation and command-line scalap invocations. However, now there is a full-fledged model of Scala that accounts for the variety of language constructs and includes a comprehensive, backward-compatible API. However, there's still quite some work to be done in order to make our metaprogramming tools enjoyable. The main issues that remain to be addressed are verbosity and brittleness of the underlying API, difficulties with tool integration, tight coupling with scalac, and potential for confusion caused by leaking implementation details and cryptic error messages. The goal of Project Palladium is to make metaprogramming easy, ensuring that it doesn't require knowledge of compiler internals, is safe by construction and is portable across a wide range of implementors. Towards that end, we have rethought the metaprogramming APIs along with the accompanying macro engine, keeping existing functionality in place and at the same time fixing fundamental problems intrinsic to the original implementation. In this talk we will present our progress, showing how easy it is to metaprogram with Palladium, and will outline the place of our developments in the future of Scala. Authors: Eugene Burmako No bio available. Denys Shabalin Denys is the author of Scala 2.11's quasiquotes, a project aimed at making AST manipulation a pleasure. He is also an active contributor to scala/scala repository, hacking on compiler internals, reflection API and macros. At the moment he works as intern at Typesafe researching ways to introduce referential transparency and hygiene concepts to Scala compiler and macro system.
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http://www.contextures.com/excelfiles.html#DV0004 Download the Excel 2007 sample file from this link. To make it easier for users to enter data in an Excel workbook, create drop down lists in the cells, by using Excel data validation. In this example there is a list of products on one worksheet, and the drop down lists will be created on a different worksheet. The list of products is named, and that name is used to create the drop down list. The drop down list shows the product name and the product code. After the product is selected, the full description is automatically replaced by the product code, by using Excel VBA that runs when the worksheet is changed. Watch this video to see the steps for creating an Excel Table, naming a column in that table, then using that name when creating the data validation drop down list.
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This tutorial explains how to index tables on specific websites and extract real time data into an Excel spreadsheet.
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We can transfer data from multiple workbooks into a master workbook automatically using Excel VBA. Sherin has created a template file with specific headers. Her suppliers have also been instructed to have the same headers with the relevant data below them. Now when the suppliers send her the workbooks by email, Sherin transfers them to a common folder where she has her template or master file. She wishes to now automate the process of transferring the relevant data from the suppliers files to her master file. The process involves the following VBA code: (1) Find out how many suppliers files are there in the folder (2) Open the files one by one (3) Copy the relevant data (4) Close the suppliers file (5) Paste the data into the template or master file (6) Loop through all the files using the LEN function with the DO WHILE loop Finally we can call our subroutine or macro every time we open the workbook to automatically transfer the data from the suppliers files to our master file. Code and further details: http://www.familycomputerclub.com/transfer-data-from-multiple-workbooks-into-master-workbook-automatically-using-vba.html Get the book Excel 2016 Power Programming with VBA: http://amzn.to/2kDP35V If you are from India you can get this book here: http://amzn.to/2jzJGqU
Views: 488059 Dinesh Kumar Takyar
Automating InternetExplorer.Application to enter text into field, clicking a button and waiting for a page to load. Code used: Set objIE = CreateObject("InternetExplorer.Application") objIE.Top = 0 objIE.Left = 0 objIE.Width = 800 objIE.Height = 600 objIE.AddressBar = 0 objIE.StatusBar = 0 objIE.Toolbar = 0 objIE.Visible = True 'We will see the window navigation objIE.Navigate ("http://www.bestbuy.com") Do DoEvents Loop Until objIE.ReadyState = 4 In this video the .Navigate and .ReadyState options for the control are used along with using a Range as your input for the URL web page.
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Our Excel training videos on YouTube cover formulas, functions and VBA. Useful for beginners as well as advanced learners. New upload every Thursday. For details you can visit our website: http://www.exceltrainingvideos.com/complete-automation-of-getting-web-page-data-into-excel-worksheet-using-vba/ In this video we show the complete automation of how to get data into an Excel worksheet using VBA. 1. We first study the website and find out the elements we'll need to access a form and the subsequent results. When you study the web page's HTML source code you'll note that the actual results are wrapped up in DIV containers. 2. Next we write the VBA code We use the getElementById method to get a reference to a single object and the getElementsByTagName method to get a collection of all the elements. Next we loop through all the elements and get the text properties or data ('innertext') of all the elements we wish to have. Our code instantiates our web browser (Internet Explorer) and navigates to the URL of our choice and then helps to get or extract the data using events. We also ensure that the code is placed in appropriate columns and rows so that any further analysis is made easy. Finally we use a recorded macro to format the data to make it more presentable to the human eye. You can view the complete code at: http://www.exceltrainingvideos.com/complete-automation-of-getting-web-page-data-into-excel-worksheet-using-vba/ Interesting Links: http://www.tushar-mehta.com/publish_train/xl_vba_cases/vba_web_pages_services/index.htm http://officevbavsto-en.blogspot.com.br/2012/06/vba-internet-acessing-web-pages-through_15.html?m=1 Get the book Excel 2016 Power Programming with VBA: http://amzn.to/2kDP35V If you are from India you can get this book here: http://amzn.to/2jzJGqU
Views: 165754 Dinesh Kumar Takyar
Our Excel training videos on YouTube cover formulas, functions and VBA. Useful for beginners as well as advanced learners. New upload every Thursday. For details you can visit our website: https://www.exceltrainingvideos.com If you can automate the date and time entry in an Excel worksheet using VBA then you can save time. Using the for loop that we learnt last time we can achieve exactly that quickly and easily. In fact you can fill data right upto the last cell (1048576) using the LastRow function. You can find the macro code here: https://www.exceltrainingvideos.com/automatic-date-time-entry-using-excel-vba/ Get the book Excel 2016 Power Programming with VBA: http://amzn.to/2kDP35V If you are from India you can get this book here: http://amzn.to/2jzJGqU
Views: 274911 Dinesh Kumar Takyar
A Google TechTalk, 1/20/17, presented by Brian J. Cardiff ABSTRACT: Crystal is a new programming language that focuses on developer productivity, type safety and execution performance. It is statically checked and compiles to native (machine) code. It combines a type inference algorithm, compile-time macros, compile-time type introspection, automatic union types and Ruby-like syntax, allowing quick prototyping and generating efficient computer programs. It provides a Garbage Collector, uses LLVM as its backend and doesn’t run on a Virtual Machine. In this talk we will show some examples and patterns that arise from combining all these language features. For more information about Crystal: http://crystal-lang.org About the speaker: Brian J. Cardiff Brian is part of the original three-person core team that started Crystal language. He has over 15 years of experience as a professional software developer, most of them at Manas, the company behind Crystal. He has an extensive knowledge on programming languages, which include being a teacher at University of Buenos Aires on Paradigms of Programming Languages for several years. His contributions to Crystal have helped shape its type system and type inference algorithm, one of the key features of the language. Brian also has a keen interest in visualizations and user interaction, which is reflected in the Crystal playground, the built-in interactive code editor that ships with the compiler.
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http://cppnow.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/boostcon/cppnow_presentations_2017 — The term "Modern C++" can be traced back to Andrei Alexandrescu's "Modern C++ Design", published in February 2001. Much has changed since then. Alexandrescu is off *D*abbling in various things, Scott Meyers has retired; C++11 changed the landscape, and now we are at C++14 with C++17 just months away. Surely we are now in the Postmodern C++ era! So let's apply "postmodernism" to C++, and see what we get. Hopefully we get something interesting, enlightening, and entertaining. For a sneak peak, follow me @tvaneerd and/or search for #PostModernCpp on twitter. TL;DR: "How to code better, by Tony" — Tony Van Eerd has been coding for well over 25 years, and hopefully coding well for some of that. Mostly in graphics/video/film/broadcast (at Inscriber & Adobe), writing low level pixel++, high level UI, threading, and everything else. He now enables painting with light at Christie Digital. He is on the C++ Committee. He is a Ninja and a Jedi. Lock-free is a (strange) "hobby". Follow @tvaneerd to learn more about #PostModernCpp — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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One of the great things about .NET is that you use it to write code for multiple runtimes, such as .NET Core, .NET Framework, and Xamarin. But multiple runtimes means some complexity in writing, distributing, and consuming libraries. .NET Standard solves this problem. Write code to a specification instead of for specific platforms. .NET Standard 2.0 takes it to the next level, with more than 20K new APIs.
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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2018 — Wouldn’t it be nice if we had a standard C++ type to represent strings ? Oh, wait... we do: std::string. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could use that standard type throughout our whole application/project ? Well… we can’t ! Unless we’re writing a console app or a service. But, if we’re writing an app with GUI or interacting with modern OS APIs, chances are that we’ll need to deal with at least one other non-standard C++ string type. Depending on the platform and project, it may be CString from MFC or ATL, Platform::String from WinRT, QString from Qt, wxString from wxWidgets, etc. Oh, let’s not forget our old friend `const char*`, better yet `const wchar_t*` for the C family of APIs… So we ended up with two string types in our codebase. OK, that’s manageable: we stick with std::string for all platform independent code and convert back-and-forth to the other XString when interacting with system APIs or GUI code. We’ll make some unnecessary copies when crossing this bridge and we’ll end up with some funny looking functions juggling two types of strings; but that’s glue code, anyway… right? It’s a good plan... until our project grows and we accumulate lots of string utilities and algorithms. Do we restrict those algorithmic goodies to std::string ? Do we fallback on the common denominator `const char*` and lose the type/memory safety of our C++ type ? Is C++17 std::string_view the answer to all our string problems ? We’ll try to explore our options, together: best practices, gotchas, things to avoid... all in the context of modern C++ projects. — Victor Ciura, CAPHYON Software Developer Victor Ciura is a Senior Software Engineer at CAPHYON and Technical Lead on the Advanced Installer team (http://www.advancedinstaller.com). For over a decade, he designed and implemented several core components and libraries of Advanced Installer. He’s a regular guest at Computer Science Department of his Alma Mater, University of Craiova, where he gives student lectures & workshops on “Using C++STL for Competitive Programming and Software Development”. Currently, he spends most of his time working with his talented team on improving and extending the repackaging and virtualization technologies in Advanced Installer IDE, helping clients migrate their Win32 desktop apps to the Windows Store (MSIX). — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2017 — No offense to Shakespeare, but in C++ there is a lot in a type name. A name represents a set of data and behaviors, and changing names is an often difficult and painful process. This could be to reconcile some repeated logic into common functionality, upgrade a hand-rolled type to a standard type (or vice-versa), or just upgrade your interfaces to be easier to use. When these types are widely used throughout a large codebase, conventional wisdom dictates that this refactoring is difficult or impossible -- changing every instance of a widesperead type would cause widespread merge conflicts, if all instances can even be found. In C++, however, it’s possible to refactor types non-atomically, in small steps which preserve invariants, without breaking any users of your code. Library teams at Google have refactored millions of lines of code this way -- this talk will outline common strategies for non-atomic renaming and refactorings, and antipatterns such as ADL use and forward declarations which complicate the process. That is: 'Tis but thy name that’s not my namespace; Thou art thyself, though not a standard class. What's montague::? It is not base, nor parent, Nor member, typedef, nor any other part Belonging to a class. O, be some other name! What's in a name? that which we call a ::rose By any other name would std::move as swift; std::romeo would, were he not ADL call'd, Retain that dear perfection which he owes Without that title. ::Romeo, doff thy name, And for that name which is no part of thee Take all myself. — Jon Cohen: Google, SWE Jon Cohen is an engineer at Google, maintaining our core common C++ libraries. He spends most of his days directing Google's robot army to rewrite its own source code to be more readable and efficient, and has so far managed to do so without accidentally creating Skynet. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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Since the release of VS 2017, the Visual Studio team has been working on updates released on a regular cadence with a major focus on C++ native development and games. This talk covers the latest changes to Visual Studio including improved C++14 conformance, C++17 language features, new compiler features, and build throughput improvements. Come hear about what's new in Visual C++ for Win32 classic desktop, Xbox One, and UWP apps game platforms.
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Our Excel training videos on YouTube cover formulas, functions and VBA. Useful for beginners as well as advanced learners. New upload every Thursday. For details you can visit our website: http://www.familycomputerclub.com You can save your MS Excel files automatically using the data from the worksheet cells for the filename. You require a macro attached to a command button to perform this activity with a single click. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHkI4Nn5nKA For more knowledge read the book Excel 2016 Power Programming with VBA: http://amzn.to/2kDP35V If you are from India you can get this book here: http://amzn.to/2jzJGqU
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"Using Functional Programming Patterns to build a clean and simple HTTP routing API" http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2017 — Web services are flourishing, and C++ has some great libraries (such as Boost/Asio + Beast or CppRestSdk) which we can use as the basis to build such services. Yet it is still relatively inconvenient to define HTTP routes in C++. Most approaches available in online tutorials are based on manual manipulation of regex or HTTP concepts. In this talk, we will present the result of our work toward creating a clean HTTP routing library, usable on top of any HTTP transport layer library, which offers a terse and declarative syntax, composable routes, type-safety and a rich set of additional features such as generating sample routes or documentation. We will discuss our initial investigations, and explain why we chose a functional-programming-based approach over reflection-based designs such as are common in the object-oriented world. You will learn about some design choices which allowed us to come closer to the “Don't Repeat Yourself” ideal: maximizing the services offered for the information provided by the client of the API. — Jeremy Demeule: Murex, Principal Software Engineer Jeremy Demeule is a Principal Software Engineer from Murex in Paris, France. He is working on data access subject (database, ORM, IMDG…) in Java and C++ and he is an active member of the C++ community at Murex. He was also present with a coworker the CDBC poster during the CppCon 2016. Quentin Duval: Murex, Senior Software Developer Quentin Duval is a Senior Software Engineer from Murex, working at the Paris office in France. He is the leader of a team responsible for the life cycle management of trades inside the MX3 plattform. He is also a member of the C++ community of Practice of Murex, animates daily courses of Clojure and Haskell in Murex, is author of the blog https://deque.blog, and speaks in meetups and conferences. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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Join us on July 24-26th to learn about the latest Google Cloud innovations and get an insider's view of Next 18. Featuring: Keynotes, Spotlight Sessions, Showcase demos, keynote recaps, interviews with industry experts, inspirational cloud stories and more. 9–10:30 AM: Developer Keynote: Made Here Together 10:30–11:40 AM: Interviews with experts, product demos, and the latest news 11:40–12:30 PM: How to Use Google SRE Magic for Availability, Reliability, and Scalability when Managing Hybrid or Cloud-Native Environments" 12:30–12:45 PM: Interviews with experts, product demos, and the latest news Learn more and view the event schedule → http://g.co/next18 Subscribe to the Google Cloud channel → http://bit.ly/NextSub
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http://cppnow.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/boostcon/cppnow_presentations_2017 — constexpr: in C++11, a curiosity; in C++14, viable for more uses; now with added power, in C++17 will it become an important tool in the programmer’s toolkit? In this talk we will examine the possibilities and power of constexpr and explore what can (and what should) be done at compile-time with C++17. We’ll present techniques for building constexpr data structures and algorithms, and for effectively meshing compile-time and runtime computation with constexpr API constructs. We’ll also consider the opportunities for judicious use of user defined literals for expressive compile-time abstractions. Compile-time computation offers perhaps the ultimate zero-cost abstraction, and this talk attempts to answer the question of how C++17 delivers on the promise. — Ben has been writing games for almost 20 years, and in C++ for most of that. He is currently a Principal Engineer at Blizzard Entertainment where he works on the Battle.net team. He's always looking for useful new techniques in C++, and he likes functional programming. Host of C++Weekly https://www.youtube.com/c/JasonTurner-lefticus, Co-host of CppCast http://cppcast.com, Co-creator and maintainer of the embedded scripting language for C++, ChaiScript http://chaiscript.com, and author and curator of the forkable coding standards document http://cppbestpractices.com. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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http://CppCon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2017 — The ink on C++17 has merely dried, but the major compilers support most features already. It's high time for a reality check! This talk is a report about the ongoing effort of porting sqlpp11 to C++17. I'll show real-world usage of the following features: Core: inline variables auto non-type template parameters [[nodiscard]] class template deduction constexpr if fold expressions Library: string_view optional This talk also comes with a realization about C++11. — Roland Bock: PPRO Financial Ltd, Principal Software Engineer From my days at the university, I hold a PHD in physics (although that was in the previous century and seems like a different life by now). Ever since then I have been developing software and/or managing engineering teams. In 2008, I started to learn C++ because I could not believe that it was as difficult as some people claimed. Turns out they were totally wrong and totally right at the same time. Today, I am still learning and I hope to continue to do so for a very long time! I am the author of the libraries sqlpp11 and kiss-templates. Apart from C++ itself, I'd be particularly interested in talking about strategies for hiring C++ engineers. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
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In this episode of Defrag Tools, we talk about HRESULT based Error Codes. The 32bits in the HRESULT have meanings, allowing the reader to gain additional insights into the error. Of note: The 32nd bit (the top bit) indicates if an error occurred or not. This is why errors are 0x8xxxxxxx. The 16-26 bits are the Facility - the originating API (Win32, CLR, XAML, etc.). The 0-15 bits are the (Error) Code. Common NULL Facility Error Codes Name Description Value S_OK Operation successful 0x00000000 S_FALSE Operation successful but returned no results 0x00000001 E_ABORT Operation aborted 0x80004004 E_FAIL Unspecified failure 0x80004005 E_NOINTERFACE No such interface supported 0x80004002 E_NOTIMPL Not implemented 0x80004001 E_POINTER Pointer that is not valid 0x80004003 E_UNEXPECTED Unexpected failure 0x8000FFFF Common Win32 Facility Error Codes These are built by passing a System Error Code to HRESULT_FROM_WIN32 Name Description Value E_ACCESSDENIED General access denied error 0x80070005 E_HANDLE Handle that is not valid 0x80070006 E_INVALIDARG One or more arguments are not valid 0x80070057 E_OUTOFMEMORY Failed to allocate necessary memory 0x8007000E Related Links: HRESULT HRESULT Facility – By Value HRESULT Facility – By Name
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MIT 6.858 Computer Systems Security, Fall 2014 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-858F14 Instructor: Nickolai Zeldovich, Adam Chlipala In this lecture, Professor Chlipala discusses Ur/Web, the programming language he created for modern web applications. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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Paul Hegarty covers core data, an object-oriented database. All the lecture slides pdfs, demo codes and reading assignments can be found here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B23KBOrLr6lIVWh5TkJMdk95V3M https://itunes.apple.com/cn/course/10-core-data/id1198467120?i=1000382728611&mt=2
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A simple app inventor for android tutorial to pick a random item from a list without repeating picking the same items. For beginners Keywords: AppInventor,App Inventor, AppInventor2,Android developer,basic tutorial,different screens,startValue, settings screen, options screen, -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "App Inventor 2 | multiple screens Tutorial using TinyDB" → https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HR6DJDSGX2M -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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This livestream covers all of the Google I/O 2018 day 3 sessions that take place on Stage 7. Stay tuned for technical sessions and deep dives into Google's latest developer products and platforms. Event schedule (all times are PDT) → https://goo.gl/x5ENpG 28:27 - Building healthy technology 1:21:41 - AR apps: build, iterate, and launch 2:18:37 - Google Pay best practices for great payment experiences 3:18:27 - Build an AR app with the Poly Toolkit for Unity 4:18:30 - Build a successful web presence with Google Search 6:18:31 - Creating a persona: what does your product sound like? 7:18:26 - How to deploy serverless Node.js microservices Google I/O 2018 All Sessions playlist → https://goo.gl/q1Tr8x Subscribe to the Google Developers channel → http://goo.gl/mQyv5L Music by Terra Monk → https://goo.gl/wPgbHP
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Ever felt jealous of "other" Ruby web frameworks whose applications can be run from a single file? Did you know Rails can do this too? Starting from a fresh "rails new" install, we'll gradually delete and pare away to find the beautiful, light, modular and object-oriented web framework underneath. Eventually we'll end up with a tweet-size Rails application! We'll learn about Rails' initialization process and default "stack", and investigate the bare-bones required to get a Rails app up and running.
Views: 3071 Confreaks