Wrong: [com-] as in common Correct: [com-] as in computer With the popularity of the Angular framework, the usage of the word component has increased significantly. Although the [-po-] part is spoken a bit differently between British and American – Americans tend to emphasize that part a bit more – [com-] is almost always pronounced wrong
Nice! Google and Microsoft are a team now! At the recent ng-conf, Google’s Angular 2 team announced that they would be using TypeScript for the development of Angular 2. I have been using TypeScript for quite some time, and I must tell you – I have become a huge fan of TypeScript just because of
Look’s like a new version of Angular JS is around the corner. There is a mention of it in Angular JS blog. I am really looking forward to it now. The last time I tried learning Angular JS, I gave up because of lack of interest. The project we are working on right now, is
Ever come across a website after a long time and then realize that you have forgotten the credentials? I have written a Windows Phone application which aims solve this problem – use it to save all the credentials for websites. The whole application is protected by master password. Also, all the passwords are stored after
Wrong: [char] as in character Correct: [char] as in charcoal char is a data type in C/C++ and is a short form of the word character. But unlike the char in character, char is pronounced as char in charcoal. I came to know about this “correct” pronunciation when I found this FAQ by Bjarne Stroustrup quite by chance while looking for some coding
Install lm-sensors apt-get install lm-sensors Detect Sensors, Entering ‘Y’ for each question shouldn’t hurt. sensors-detect Load the modules sudo service module-init-tools start Get the applet apt-get install sensors-applet And finally, add this applet to the panel.
Install vpnc sudo apt-get install vpnc Install rdesktop sudo apt-get install rdesktop Create vpnc configuration file sudo cp /etc/vpnc/example.conf /etc/vpnc/myconfig.conf Edit myconfig.conf Use the settings from corresponding .pcf file1. If the group password is stored in encrypted form in .pcf file, decrypt it from here. Create a shell script in your home folder with following
Well, this one was easy. The method described here worked for me. Sony VAIO has Ricoh R5U870 Webcam buid into it, which I got to know from here. Simply install the following two files from here and install them in the following order: ricoh-webcam-r5u870-firmware_0.11.4-0arakhne1_i386.deb ricoh-webcam-r5u870_0.11.4-0arakhne1_i386.deb Note: I am still trying to figure out how to
Wrong: [lin-] as in “line” Correct: [lin-] rhyming with “tin” The [-ux] part is less controversial. As Linus Trovalds himself explains here in this video, there should be no doubt after this. It’s a pity that after so many years, I still come across people who still pronounce it wrong.