Long story short: Didn’t get it and not “Senior” enough.
Short story long: Woke up this morning and got a cup of coffee and recreated their years of work in 4 hours. Big woop. The blazing fast app using my own bric algorithm for collages will be on the app store before who ever they hire is done signing papers. Video will be up shortly, hopefully sunday.
bududs asked: hi, can you make it possible to search a single track? then maybe show the playlists it is included.
Thanks for the suggestion! But where would the surprise of hearing a song be? Regardless I’ll share your suggestion with the team :)
I’d use it. it was one of my initial 8tracks impulses to use a track to narrow down my mood and discover more music based off that and what users associated it with in their mixes.
Web console isn’t anything new it’s just something I’m using right now on my host’s web server. Now if I was the host I would be cautious but there is no way to when you allow cgi/scripting these days the only way to protect yourself is to only allow html/text with no uploads “good luck getting clients with that..”.
There are thousands of reasons to use a web style command prompt if you have a limited web host like i do that’s pretty behind the times but also dirt cheap. This console is pretty loaded with most of the commands and abilities you’ll need and as i was testing it out i went back a few directories further then i should be able to then tried a “ls” command and received a nice permission denied as expected. Until i went all the way back to the root folder…i was allowed to list all files and directories…weird. Kind of curious now how this sandbox or ‘lack there of’ works…
from my folders i am basically root and can execute just about any script…if the latest iphone filesystem can be jailbroken as fast as it is reverse engineering bsd’s launch daemon im really second guessing using this dirt cheap yet well known host…
I wonder if a email would get me permission to attempt beyond permission denied access. I have work to do how’d I get this side tracked…
I started college a month ago and I’m feeling a bit like I’m in a Disney movie, throw a old guy back in school surrounded by youngsters, bored by the constant teaching of responsibility and how “life will getcha”. So here I am in one of my many online classes “programming and Algorithms” cs-12323444 something…
"Oh cool code, oh yeah hello world…wow you’re sort of strict on this pseudocode….not quite foo and bar."
Wait? our programs aren’t going to be compiled? but this is basically…C..python…perl…basic…actually this is harder then those and does nothing! <#wha?>
HMMM…. screw this. Your telling me people have written books on this made up language and are making money off of it by selling it to students and you want us to write tons of code that wont actually print, printf, echo “hello world?”. About the only thing missing is a semicolon here and a different verb here and there and this is an actual language…I’m on it!
I was going to jump into C and use some quick string tokenizing but that mayyyyy just end up being for my benefit and not as helpful for future generations if they see some link to some C to compile…<#PASS/snooze>
How about something more user friendly to the non programmer…Java? well i come from a mostly C background but have been able to jump in and out of java easily…until i opened eclipse again i realized it’s been a while. Screw this i don’t want to force weird habits on myself when i have a few big C++ projects coming up. Well let’s see what my web server can run on the cgi side… And the answer is… mostly php, perl & python. I took a look at python and loved some of the things it can do but perl…wow you’re barebones gorgeous…let’s do it sexy!
I’ve knocked down the pseudocode down to 6 main functions that are written by capitol letter pseudocode syntax we have to use on each line. the 6 main things each line of code could have as an objective is…
- Creating a Variable
- Creating a Function
- Setting a Variable
- Calling a Function
- Taking input from user
- Displaying Output
And that’s it…these objectives above are always given away by a word we must use on each line typically something like SET “this Variable”, Display “this text:”, Call “function”. Just parse the file change something like Display to print, throw the output to a new file and run it as another perl script and jackpot, each student and teacher should from now on be able to test their work.
Update to come, Parseudo is almost ready :)