Testing out the new Royce theme
Hey! I'm Jedidja Bourgeois, a software consultant who Makes Code Better™. In my spare time, I cook, read, and sometimes travel. Nice to meet you :)
This post has a very slim target audience: developers who * are not familiar with gradle * are not familiar with android development * have some exposure to Java (enough to create a class) * have done mobile development (Windows Phone/iOS) * are interested
Before reading this, refresh your memory of Joel Spolsky's wonderful post on the Law of Leaky Abstractions [http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/LeakyAbstractions.html]. After determining it was possible to write a replacement HttpClient for WP8.1 Silverlight [https://www.
In my last post [https://www.jedidja.ca/wp8-debugging-for-fun-and-profit/], I discussed how Windows Phone and Store apps will refuse to parse HTTP responses (namely headers) that do not strictly follow RFC2616 [http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec4.html#sec4]
Since I lost several hours on this today, I thought I'd quickly share my experience. There were very few results for the inital terms I searched for so perhaps this may help someone in the future. Laziness I've been working
I've been having a lot of fun playing Hearthstone [http://us.battle.net/hearthstone/en/] recently; what's kind of interesting with the new Battle.Net app launcher is looking at your purchase history with Blizzard. Somehow, between 2005-2007 (I blame
or How to help out a Canadian non-profit on a shoestring budget. I've been trying to share my progress with helping out the Orléans Festival over the last few months, all the time saying to myself – I should really write
There has been a lot of talk in the last year or so about North America needing more developers. Regardless of whether or not that's true (it's not), I honestly believe that we need more developers who care about their
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