Stumped on how to set environment variables in Ubuntu? Follow along as I walk you through how to set this up properly with less hassle.
Every now and then when I have a sudden burst of programming inspiration I reach inside my programming toolbox and pull out an old trusty friend – Visual Basic. Over the years I’ve appreciated the benefits of using VB. One of them is not having to spend countless days creating a Windows GUI application the old fashioned way by using C/C++. WndProc, GetMessage, and RegisterClass are things I used to do a decade ago as a Windows developer and it was a real pain.
Suppose you are building a voting booth application. One of the things you want to avoid is letting a user vote multiple times to skew results. How do you prevent this from happening?
When you are starting to build a new website and have just gone online, you will likely run into a problem that will make your site look really bad.
Over my career as a software developer, I ran into a lot of code that I considered sh*t. I say this because it was clear to me that the developers who were writing the code, did so, without caring about other people who had to read it and maintain it.
Limited persistent connections.
Back in the days when HTTP 1.1 came out, the RFC 2616 specification said in section 8.1.4 entitled “Practical Considerations” that a user agent can only have two maximum connections to a domain at any point in your life.
Clients that use persistent connections SHOULD limit the number of simultaneous connections that they maintain to a given server. A single-user client SHOULD NOT maintain more than 2 connections with any server or proxy.