In this world, nothing is certain but death, taxes and bug reports from users. While we may not be able to do much about the first two, to address the third one effectively more information is required. The most important information you can have is, of course, the version of the code they are running. However, if your users are running the latest bleeding edge version of the code, odds are that the version number that they will have is "1.0-SNAPSHOT".
If you’re in Haiti or know anyone near Grand-Goave please let me know, I am here for a week and I’ll be training a few teachers on a new lab we’re putting together thanks to a donation via Micro Recyc Coopération.
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Fire drills always come when we least expect them, and inevitably at the worst possible moment. So, of-course, while working hard on the final phase of a big project, today, BAM! …fire drill!
We decided to move to a nearby building, in order to continue our work. Here’s a photo:
Immersion dans le monde de la NHL, ce prototype combine la vidéo 360 et le capteur Xbox 360 Kinect.
Une application compilée depuis Flash CS5 qui ‘mape’ une vidéo 360 ( Immersivemedia.com ) dans une sphère