I am an Embedded developer with vastnexperience in Firmware development in C programming (for microcontrollers), pcb designing, corel draw/photoshop (intermediate level) . Now I am looking to stretch my self a lil further by trying my hands on Android Programming. I have no prior experience in Software development.
it's been a while since I think about starting to programming in C and after that to learn programming in C# and I search a lot on google but couldn't find a good guide to start learning base programming in C .However I found that Eclipe integrates very good with Ubuntu and it's a good programming environment for starting to program in C but somebody can give please some links with guides or tell
I'm starting with engineering university (computer science) and we're starting with programming. First semester is programming in C, and rest 4+ years is c++. They are using Code::Blocks.
My question is, will I be able to follow and do same stuff as others via Ubuntu. I've installed Code::Blocks on Ubuntu, and it seems it's working fine from now.
Portugal's parliament adopted a law last Wednesday requiring the country's public administrations to use open standards, including for their electronic documents. Portugal's government organisations will now be required to implement open standards in all digital documents that they publish, exchange, and archive.
As I mentioned in the question I am new to Android programming and know a little Java. I am trying to receive user input in the application, representing numbers from a lottery ticket, which can then be compared with numbers from the website. I have used JSoup library to parse the numbers from the website but I am struggling with receiving user input into the app.
I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab (P1000) (hw ver. rev1.2), provided by Vodafone Portugal, and I want exploit the device by installing custom ROMs.
But as you can imagine, I want to be sure that I can revert the device to this state whenever I want.