Almost every decent sized project in any programming language winds up having at least one configuration file. XML is a standard we often rely on because it’s generally perfect for the job. However, most people end up simply working with the XML file like they would any other file or simply scanning along each part […]
I haven’t been posting much at all lately and mostly it’s because I’ve been so busy with the holidays, but also because I wanted to crank out the new LangFreQ Beta v1.1 with new features. I’ve been working hard to get these out and while I think these features are a vast improvement on the […]
Lately, I haven’t been as active as I would like. Part of that is because I’ve been so busy on a new little project of mine, the other part is that I’m studying Japanese so much. I’d like to share with you the project I’ve been tinkering with, it’s called LangFreQ!
I recently just taught my first class on EduFire, called “Introduction to Google Hacking”. From the feedback I’ve been getting, people seemed to enjoy it, so I’ll continue teaching it. I don’t know about the future, but for right now, I’ve decided I’m going to make it free! Why? Because I believe this is information […]