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Syntax – Programming Series (3 of 3)

Syntax is structure of the programming language. It can be thought of as the verbs, nouns and parts of speech that make up English, or a foreign language. Syntax can typically fall under 3 different categories: High level, low level, and graphical. High level is what is most common today. This includes languages such as […]

Posted on March 11, 2009 at 11:00 am by Matt Walsh · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Execution Style – Programming Series (2 of 3)

There are two basic ways that a program can be executed: continuously and event driven. The execution style is dictated by the programming language, and is almost always event driven. In event driven code, nothing runs until there is a triggering event. This is often the user clicking a button, pressing a key, following a […]

Posted on March 9, 2009 at 11:00 am by Matt Walsh · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Algorithm – Programming Series (1 of 3)

After several years of programming in various languages for several different platforms there are several things I’ve come to realize about programming. I’ve broken it down into 3 separate topics, each with their own discussion. Each discussion will be added over the next few days. The heart of any program is the algorithm that actually […]

Posted on March 7, 2009 at 12:25 am by Matt Walsh · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Download Youtube Videos

Downloading videos from Youtube is easier than ever. Simply change youtube.com in the title bar to pwnyoutube.com when you’ve viewing a video. It will bring you to a page with the option to download either the standard quality or the high quality video. Just click one of the links to start downloading.

Posted on February 8, 2009 at 11:00 am by Matt Walsh · Permalink · Comments Closed
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Super Bowl Final Score Distribution

Here’s how the last digit of the final score of all 42 super bowls breaks down. Great for figuring out just how likely you are to win that squares pool at the office. Duplicate scores have been omitted, i.e. 4-2 and 2-4 do not appear on this list since statistically they’re the same thing. FinalScore […]

Posted on January 26, 2009 at 8:35 pm by Matt Walsh · Permalink · Comments Closed
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