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So I've got a pretty involved Android mobile development project that I've been working on for a couple of years here to help with medication tracking & tapering, as well as some other tasks that are related. Unfortunately, I'm having an issue right now that is utterly blocking not only my work on fixing this bug itself, but it's such a significant bug that it's blocking my progress on any other significant issues that I've got in the project, too, so I'm at a pretty complete standstill. The problem is dealing with an attempt to schedule a PeriodicWorkRequest with a WorkManager (JetPack work version 1.0.1, not the new androidx v2.4.0). It seems that everything goes fine up until my task is to be executed, at which point it is executed twenty times (exactly), instead of just once, apparently in parallel (?!?). My skills at debugging and googling related issues have proven absolutely useless to this point, so I've finally begun reaching out to more than just the IRC gurus, whom have been utterly unable to help me on this issue, despite their wonderful track record.

So I finally broke a several year stretch of not asking any questions on StackOverflow and went and wrote up a post about it. Threw the same information in a post on AndroidForums, too. I'm hoping that between the two of them I can at least find a better technique for debugging this problem on my own, if not some insight onto why this is happening and thus how I might go about correcting this behavior.

I figured I'd whine about it here, too, because I know of at least a few Android developers on Diaspora. The more people that see the post the better my chances are of getting out from behind this blockage in a reasonable timeframe. If you don't have a clue what to do about this, or even if this is all Greek to you, but you have developers that you share with, I would really appreciate a reshare just to get this request for assistance out a little further into the community.

So without further ado, here is my StackOverflow post on this PeriodicWorkRequest issue that I've been having. It's written up, along with code snippets, pretty definitively there; I didn't see any need to repeat that all here when most of the people who would be seeing this post are probably not developers.

Thank you for your time and assistance!

#android #androidDevelopment #java #mobileDevelopment #periodicWorkRequest #workManager #jetPack #softwareDevelopment #programming #coding #debugging #stackOverflow #androidForums #softwareEngineering #programmers
 
So I've got a pretty involved Android mobile development project that I've been working on for a couple of years here to help with medication tracking & tapering, as well as some other tasks that are related. Unfortunately, I'm having an issue right now that is utterly blocking not only my work on fixing this bug itself, but it's such a significant bug that it's blocking my progress on any other significant issues that I've got in the project, too, so I'm at a pretty complete standstill. The problem is dealing with an attempt to schedule a PeriodicWorkRequest with a WorkManager (JetPack work version 1.0.1, not the new androidx v2.4.0). It seems that everything goes fine up until my task is to be executed, at which point it is executed twenty times (exactly), instead of just once, apparently in parallel (?!?). My skills at debugging and googling related issues have proven absolutely useless to this point, so I've finally begun reaching out to more than just the IRC gurus, whom have been utterly unable to help me on this issue, despite their wonderful track record.

So I finally broke a several year stretch of not asking any questions on StackOverflow and went and wrote up a post about it. Threw the same information in a post on AndroidForums, too. I'm hoping that between the two of them I can at least find a better technique for debugging this problem on my own, if not some insight onto why this is happening and thus how I might go about correcting this behavior.

I figured I'd whine about it here, too, because I know of at least a few Android developers on Diaspora. The more people that see the post the better my chances are of getting out from behind this blockage in a reasonable timeframe. If you don't have a clue what to do about this, or even if this is all Greek to you, but you have developers that you share with, I would really appreciate a reshare just to get this request for assistance out a little further into the community.

So without further ado, here is my StackOverflow post on this PeriodicWorkRequest issue that I've been having. It's written up, along with code snippets, pretty definitively there; I didn't see any need to repeat that all here when most of the people who would be seeing this post are probably not developers.

Thank you for your time and assistance!

#android #androidDevelopment #java #mobileDevelopment #periodicWorkRequest #workManager #jetPack #softwareDevelopment #programming #coding #debugging #stackOverflow #androidForums #softwareEngineering #programmers
 
Fundkiste #2020,234

Es muss nicht Microsoft Teams sein. Überhaupt nicht! Es gibt auf jeden Fall bessere Alternativen … und freiere … und sichere.

Jami ist eine davon. Jami kann Audio- und Videoanrufe, den Bildschirm teilen, Konferenzen und Nachrichten austauschen.

Und ist für GNU/Linux, Windows, Android (und sogar Android TV), iOS und Mac verfügbar.

Jami ist völlig anonym. Denn bei der Erstellung eines Kontos müssen keine persönlichen Informationen ein- oder angegeben werden.

Frei von Werbung, ohne Einschränkungen bei Dateigröße, Anzahl der Nutzer, Geschwindigkeit, Bandbreite, …

Benutzer im gleichen Netzwerk brauchen nicht einmal eine Internetverbindung.

Bei Microsoft kostet einiges davon extra. Würde sich jedenfalls läppern.

Ausprobieren, und selber erfahren!
Eine Office Suite im Internet? Verschlüsselt? Frei (es gibt auch eine recht günstge Premium-Version)?

Rich Text-Editor, Code schreiben, Präsentationen, Tabellen, Umfragen erstellen, Kanban (Teams organisieren), Whiteboards (digitales Flipchart), Online-Speicher, … alles dabei.

Hier lang: CryptPad.
Ein unabhängiges Werkzeug für Newsletter oder E-Mail Listen (Foren/Diskussionen): Mailman.
Spam auf der eigenen Homepage blockieren. In HTML- oder PHP-Code: PHP Spam Block. Die Blockier-Liste muss manuell gepflegt werden.
Firefox Browser-Erweiterungen: Privacy Redirect (leitet Anfragen zu Twitter, YouTube, Instagram & Google Maps zu datenschutzfreundlichen Alternativen um), Cloud Firewall (Blockiert Anfragen zu bestimmten Homepages oder Videos und Bildern, die in den bekannten Cloud-Diensten liegen.).

Aber seit Kurzem, sind Produkte aus dem Hause Mozilla, also auch der Firefox Browser, nicht mehr uneingeschrenkt zu empfehlen.
Kommt bald. Ist noch in der Entwicklung. Klingt aber vielversprechend: UXBOX. Ein Open Source Werkzeug um Homepage Prototypen zu entwickeln und zu gestalten.
FreedomBox: File Sharing, Gruppen Chats, Audio- und Video-Anrufe, Proxy Server, VPN Server, Adressen und Kalender synchronisieren…

Alles auf einem kleinen Kästchen. Sicher und für Nicht-Experten geeignet. Und alles ist unter der eigenen Kontrolle. Ein persönlicher Server für zu Hause.

\#addons #adressen #code #coding #cryptpad #design #e-mail-iisten #firefox #forefox-erweiterungen #freedom-box #freedombox #frei #gnu #home-office-2 #home-office #jami #kalender #kanban #konferenzen #mailman #mozilla #newsletter #office #open-source #php-spam-block #praesentationen #privacy-redirect #prototyping #rich-text #sicher #spam #tabellen #umfragen #uxbox #video-koferenzen #webdesign
Originally posted at: https://schubladenerinnerungen.de/blog/2020/08/21/fundkiste-2020234/
Fundkiste #2020,234
 
Fundkiste #2020,234

Es muss nicht Microsoft Teams sein. Überhaupt nicht! Es gibt auf jeden Fall bessere Alternativen … und freiere … und sichere.

Jami ist eine davon. Jami kann Audio- und Videoanrufe, den Bildschirm teilen, Konferenzen und Nachrichten austauschen.

Und ist für GNU/Linux, Windows, Android (und sogar Android TV), iOS und Mac verfügbar.

Jami ist völlig anonym. Denn bei der Erstellung eines Kontos müssen keine persönlichen Informationen ein- oder angegeben werden.

Frei von Werbung, ohne Einschränkungen bei Dateigröße, Anzahl der Nutzer, Geschwindigkeit, Bandbreite, …

Benutzer im gleichen Netzwerk brauchen nicht einmal eine Internetverbindung.

Bei Microsoft kostet einiges davon extra. Würde sich jedenfalls läppern.

Ausprobieren, und selber erfahren!
Eine Office Suite im Internet? Verschlüsselt? Frei (es gibt auch eine recht günstge Premium-Version)?

Rich Text-Editor, Code schreiben, Präsentationen, Tabellen, Umfragen erstellen, Kanban (Teams organisieren), Whiteboards (digitales Flipchart), Online-Speicher, … alles dabei.

Hier lang: CryptPad.
Ein unabhängiges Werkzeug für Newsletter oder E-Mail Listen (Foren/Diskussionen): Mailman.
Spam auf der eigenen Homepage blockieren. In HTML- oder PHP-Code: PHP Spam Block. Die Blockier-Liste muss manuell gepflegt werden.
Firefox Browser-Erweiterungen: Privacy Redirect (leitet Anfragen zu Twitter, YouTube, Instagram & Google Maps zu datenschutzfreundlichen Alternativen um), Cloud Firewall (Blockiert Anfragen zu bestimmten Homepages oder Videos und Bildern, die in den bekannten Cloud-Diensten liegen.).

Aber seit Kurzem, sind Produkte aus dem Hause Mozilla, also auch der Firefox Browser, nicht mehr uneingeschrenkt zu empfehlen.
Kommt bald. Ist noch in der Entwicklung. Klingt aber vielversprechend: UXBOX. Ein Open Source Werkzeug um Homepage Prototypen zu entwickeln und zu gestalten.
FreedomBox: File Sharing, Gruppen Chats, Audio- und Video-Anrufe, Proxy Server, VPN Server, Adressen und Kalender synchronisieren…

Alles auf einem kleinen Kästchen. Sicher und für Nicht-Experten geeignet. Und alles ist unter der eigenen Kontrolle. Ein persönlicher Server für zu Hause.

\#addons #adressen #code #coding #cryptpad #design #e-mail-iisten #firefox #forefox-erweiterungen #freedom-box #freedombox #frei #gnu #home-office-2 #home-office #jami #kalender #kanban #konferenzen #mailman #mozilla #newsletter #office #open-source #php-spam-block #praesentationen #privacy-redirect #prototyping #rich-text #sicher #spam #tabellen #umfragen #uxbox #video-koferenzen #webdesign
Originally posted at: https://schubladenerinnerungen.de/blog/2020/08/21/fundkiste-2020234/
Fundkiste #2020,234
 
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Free and fun ONLINE computer workshop for children and teenagers - Sunday, August 1, 2020 - CoderDojo Brussels Yser


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This Sunday, August 1, 2020, we are organizing our monthly workshop. Due to lockdown, we cannot organize our activities in face-to-face meetings. Therefore, we have organized ourselves to hold online sessions. And you know what else? You don't need to live in Brussels to participate.

Do you also want to be part of the adventure as a volunteer? We are always looking for motivated coaches. Please do not hesitate to contact us: bxl-yser@coderdojobelgium.be


#arduino #belgium #brussels #child #children #code #coderdojo #coderdojo-belgium #coderdojo belgium #coderdojobelgium #coding #computer-science #computer science #computerscience #css #css3 #development #electronic #electronic-circuit #electronic-equipment #electronic circuit #electronic equipment #electroniccircuit #electronicequipment #formation #godot #html #html5 #informatics #initiation #it-development #it development #itdevelopment #javascript #microbit #programming #python #robotics #scratch #technology #volunteer #web #webdevelopment #workshop #young #young-people #young-person #young people #young person #youngpeople #youngperson #younth #youthfulness
 
Bild/Foto
Bild/Foto

Free and fun ONLINE computer workshop for children and teenagers - Sunday, August 1, 2020 - CoderDojo Brussels Yser


Bild/Foto

This Sunday, August 1, 2020, we are organizing our monthly workshop. Due to lockdown, we cannot organize our activities in face-to-face meetings. Therefore, we have organized ourselves to hold online sessions. And you know what else? You don't need to live in Brussels to participate.

Do you also want to be part of the adventure as a volunteer? We are always looking for motivated coaches. Please do not hesitate to contact us: bxl-yser@coderdojobelgium.be


#arduino #belgium #brussels #child #children #code #coderdojo #coderdojo-belgium #coderdojo belgium #coderdojobelgium #coding #computer-science #computer science #computerscience #css #css3 #development #electronic #electronic-circuit #electronic-equipment #electronic circuit #electronic equipment #electroniccircuit #electronicequipment #formation #godot #html #html5 #informatics #initiation #it-development #it development #itdevelopment #javascript #microbit #programming #python #robotics #scratch #technology #volunteer #web #webdevelopment #workshop #young #young-people #young-person #young people #young person #youngpeople #youngperson #younth #youthfulness
 
Do you want to know what it is like to run 15,000 pods in production? Are you interested in seeing how Kubernetes stands up to the record-breaking viewership and a login rate that is beyond belief on Game of Thrones Season 7 premiere? Come and see things we have done for the Game of Thrones preparation. We will talk about how we provision Kubernetes clusters on AWS, and how we monitor them and microservices that are running on the clusters.

#coding #javascript #learntocode #programming #webdevelopment

PeerTube: Pushing the Limits of Kubernetes with Game of Thrones (Bela Collins)

 
Do you want to know what it is like to run 15,000 pods in production? Are you interested in seeing how Kubernetes stands up to the record-breaking viewership and a login rate that is beyond belief on Game of Thrones Season 7 premiere? Come and see things we have done for the Game of Thrones preparation. We will talk about how we provision Kubernetes clusters on AWS, and how we monitor them and microservices that are running on the clusters.

#coding #javascript #learntocode #programming #webdevelopment

PeerTube: Pushing the Limits of Kubernetes with Game of Thrones (Bela Collins)

 

Skript PS2EXE-GUI: "Convert" PowerShell Scripts to EXE Files with GUI


Nope, not wrapper based but real native binaries.
https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/PS2EXE-GUI-Convert-e7cb69d5

#coding #tools #cool
 

Skript PS2EXE-GUI: "Convert" PowerShell Scripts to EXE Files with GUI


Nope, not wrapper based but real native binaries.
https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/PS2EXE-GUI-Convert-e7cb69d5

#coding #tools #cool
 
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Yesterday, I stumbled upon the site:
https://clrs.cc/
It has some really beautify colors to use in #HTML, #CSS, and #JavaScript.
I think its #colors look far better than the default color palette in HTML. I highly recommend using this project. #coding #webdev #design #CSS3 #HTML5
 
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Yesterday, I stumbled upon the site:
https://clrs.cc/
It has some really beautify colors to use in #HTML, #CSS, and #JavaScript.
I think its #colors look far better than the default color palette in HTML. I highly recommend using this project. #coding #webdev #design #CSS3 #HTML5
 

Katerina Borodina auf Twitter: "the 5 stages of grief apply perfectly to debugging code 1. Denial "The compiler is wrong" 2. Anger "Why the hell isn't it working?" 3. Bargaining "If I use enough print statements I'll figure this out" 4. Depression "I will never fix this bug" 5. Acceptance "It's a feature"" / Twitter


Fitting
#coding #programming #humor
 
Software disenchantment @ tonsky.me https://tonsky.me/blog/disenchantment/

He's right on most points. I'm sick of parsing warning logs to evaluate if that's worrying or not (hello nodejs / npm). I have started learning #rust on my free time, it's good for my soul.
Tags: #dandelíon #coding #minimalism

via dandelion* client (Source)
 
Software disenchantment @ tonsky.me https://tonsky.me/blog/disenchantment/

He's right on most points. I'm sick of parsing warning logs to evaluate if that's worrying or not (hello nodejs / npm). I have started learning #rust on my free time, it's good for my soul.
Tags: #dandelíon #coding #minimalism

via dandelion* client (Source)
 
 
via @Christian M. Grube

i know that very well, this feeling that i must oversee something obvious...


Europa 

Windows Defender Exclusions for Developer.ps1


Powershell scripts which adds Windows Defender exclusions for developers (Visual Studio, JetBrains Rider, IntellIJ Idea, Git, MsBuild, dotnet, mono etc.). Start in an admin shell.

https://gist.github.com/nerzhulart/89c6a376b521a6e7eb69a04277a9489a

#coding #defender
 

Windows Defender Exclusions for Developer.ps1


Powershell scripts which adds Windows Defender exclusions for developers (Visual Studio, JetBrains Rider, IntellIJ Idea, Git, MsBuild, dotnet, mono etc.). Start in an admin shell.

https://gist.github.com/nerzhulart/89c6a376b521a6e7eb69a04277a9489a

#coding #defender
 
As the bookies became aware of this success, they prevented the researchers from betting further. #computing #cs #coding #code
 
As the bookies became aware of this success, they prevented the researchers from betting further. #computing #cs #coding #code
 
Brit prisoners to be kept on the straight and narrow with JavaScript and CSS • The Register

Poor prisoners!
A spokesman for DCMS told El Reg that of the 70 offenders who had taken part in the programme, none had gone on to reoffend.

Probably too busy trying to work out why a misplaced padding turned the layout of a web page into an incomprehensible mess.
https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/03/15/coding_not_reoffending/

#coding #Javascript #css
 
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