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Newsletter - 31 Oct 2022

Weekly Newsletter (31 Oct 2022)
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Weekly Poll Results

How solid do you feel in your current employment given the latest shakeups in the IT industry?

Survey period: 24 Oct 2022 to 31 Oct 2022

It's been a bit of a roller coaster these last few months. How is your current gig looking?

OptionVotes% 
My current position is rock solid. I know I have nothing to worry about35834.23
I'm feeling very secure. I'm sure I'll be here for the foreseeable future27226.00
I'm feeling OK.23522.47
I'm not sure how things are in my current position403.82
I'm not feeling confident in my current job161.53
Things aren't going great. I doubt I'll have this job for much longer80.76
I've been let go or I've left on my own terms already242.29
I'm not working16015.30

This week's survey: How forgiving are you of other developer's mistakes?

Latest Additions

New articles added

Artificial Intelligence

  (2 votes) by Sean Ewington (updated 2 days ago)
In this article, I walk you through setting up CodeProject.AI Server and Blue Iris using a Wyze Cam v3.

Desktop Programming

  (4 votes) by Michael Haephrati (updated 2 days ago)
Windows Services are powerful little beasts and encountering them is unavoidable when developing under Windows
  (4 votes) by Michael Haephrati (updated yesterday)
The progress bar snippet explained in this article, can be called or updated from different running programs.

Programming Languages

  (3 votes) by Ruth_Haephrati (updated 2 days ago)
Mutex or Semaphores are here to offer non-recursive semantics, so your program, or chunks of your code will only run once — no hairspray needed...
  (3 votes) by Ivan Yakimov (updated 3 days ago)
Here, I'll try to create a system that will allow us to quickly plot the sequence diagram of events during my request.
  (2 votes) by Nick Polyak (updated 11 hours ago)
explains concepts of Expression programming by simple examples
  (1 votes) by Ammar Albush 1997 (updated 2 days ago)
Network Sniffer and Analyzer Program written in C# .NET 6.0 Windows Form (Sharppcap, PacketDotNet)
  (0 votes) by Intel (updated 2 days ago)
Intel® oneAPI Math Kernel Library (oneMKL) now includes adding support for C++ and GPUs, taking full advantage of the SYCL cross-platform abstraction layer.

Security

  (3 votes) by F. Aro (updated 2 days ago)
Using Hardware Security Modules for Crypto Wallets Creation, Storage and Transactions Signing

Articles updated

Artificial Intelligence

  (32 votes) by CodeProject (updated 2 days ago)
Version 1.6.8. Our fast, free, self-hosted Artificial Intelligence Server for any platform, any language

Multimedia

  (16 votes) by Shao Voon Wong (updated 4 days ago)
H264/HEVC Video Encoder for recording OpenGL rendering
  (10 votes) by Terence Wallace (updated 4 days ago)
A VB.NET implemenation of using delegates and threading for game loops.
  (2 votes) by Steffen Ploetz (updated yesterday)
My way to have a first sample program running with "Texus' Graphical User Interface" (TGUI) - a cross-platform modern C++ immediate GUI, on which I use "Simple and Fast Multimedia Library" (SFML) as backend

Programming Languages

  (36 votes) by Shao Voon Wong (updated 4 days ago)
Bring your animations to H264/HEVC video using C++ and C# with h/w acceleration
  (17 votes) by Svetoslav Chekanov (updated 5 days ago)
Fast implementation of 2:1 image shrink (full image or part of it)

New Tips and Tricks added

Artificial Intelligence

  (0 votes) by InvisibleMedia (updated 6 days ago)
How to find an F equation that will give you the only successor (minimum distance) of a given number detected in the list of numbers

Desktop Programming

  (4 votes) by Mirzakhmet Syzdykov (updated 3 days ago)
Network programming in C++

Hosted Services

  (2 votes) by Mirzakhmet Syzdykov (updated 3 days ago)
Science and programming on working examples

Mobile Apps

  (1 votes) by Mirzakhmet Syzdykov (updated 3 days ago)
Development process in few steps with the help of scripting software

Programming Languages

  (4 votes) by Praveen_Kumar Gupta (updated 5 days ago)
How to upload and download documents in a network for an authenticated user after checking permissions
  (2 votes) by ls6777 (updated yesterday)
Task monitor for multi-threaded embedded systems

Tips and Tricks updated

Programming Languages

  (18 votes) by Tiago Cavalcante Trindade (updated 6 days ago)
How to use WSL, GUI on WSL and how to compile for Linux on Windows
  (5 votes) by Daniel Ramnath (updated 3 days ago)
Reverse proxy developed using BOOST 1.75 asynchronous ASIO calls



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