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July 24, 2011

Code Formatter

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 6:32 pm

Last week I was working on some T-SQL query codes. I remembered that I used PL/SQL developer tool to reformat my SQL codes by using Beautifier. I could not find similar tool in SQL Server Management Studio, at least for SSMS 2005/2008. I googled web to see if there is any tools available.

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May 16, 2011

Evernote Shared Link

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 12:27 am
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Evernote is one of my favourite web services. I have taken a lots of notes about my programming experience and snip of codes. Recently Evernote announced that it adds public link to any private notes, as well as public ones. That’s nice feature.

Here is one note I made last week about my experience to use console command to make to a network shared folder. With this tip, I can control the accessibility of sub folders. This node is from my public notebook: .Net

To test sharing of private note, here is my private note about Mac OS tip: Fix Failed Install.

This blog is also published in my David Chu’s Programming Blogger.

May 9, 2011

Sina blog

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 12:48 am
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Let me continue to explain the Chinese web services. Today it is about blog. Sina provides a wide range web services. Sina blog is one of the most popular blog services in China. From its blog main page, you will see rich contents. The most interest area in the main page is the rank of bloggers.

For example, the number 1 for the current time is Xu Xiao Ming. He is so hot that his visits and followers will blow you away comparing to most western bloggers:

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April 27, 2011

My StackOverflow Reputation Over 2K

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 4:54 am

Finally today My SO reputation points are over 2K, 2008. It is a lucky number. Actually, I have not actively raised or answered any questions recently. I just keep checking my SO site and watching some questions there. That’s why my points grow very slow.

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February 22, 2011

StackOverflow Flair

Filed under: Life with Mac — David Chu @ 1:05 am
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My SO points is close to 2K, even I have not been intentionality to pursuit points as main purpose. However, I would like to add this new gadget like to my blog: SO Flair. I found this one this morning when I viewed my SO account. I have got great help from SO during my programming experience.

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February 3, 2011

My EverNote Entry: OpenRasta, OpenWrap, and OWIN

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 8:13 pm
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Today I listened to a podcast by Herding Code. The podcast on Jan 25, 2011 is a very interesting and informational one. It is a talk with Seb Lambla on OpenEverthing, which includes OpenRasta, OpenWrap, OWIN and many other related resources.

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May 1, 2010

Web Tool: EverNote

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 8:16 pm

toolsI think I knew EverNote for a quite while. I heard about it from Stanford University’s iPhone training program. EverNote staff gave a special presentation about its free iPhone program and their experience with iPhone application development.

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April 20, 2010

Web Page Rank Check Tool

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 8:31 pm

toolsI found one web page rank checking tool: Google PageRank Checker. It is very easy to use. Just type in a URL and then verification code, you will see the rank for the web page. Here is the detail explanation about PageRank at WikiPedia with the formula how a rank value is calculated.

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March 27, 2010

GitHub Repository as Source Code Repository

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 5:38 pm

toolsWhile I was doing programming with XCode last night, one thing came to my mind: I need a repository to keep track of my source codes. It is not only a good way to save and track my changes, but it also provides a remote repository on Cloud to safely keep my project source codes. So I started to investigate options.

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My New Web Site: Expense Log

Filed under: Programming Notes — David Chu @ 4:11 am

By chance, I watched several YouTube videos about Google Site. I think I saw it long time ago and did not have any desire to create one. There are many web site provides and many of them are free. One interesting feature of Google’s Sites is that is a Wiki based web site. People can leave comments there.

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