Gladly sharing that I’m awarded Microsoft MVP 2nd time in a row.
Thank you Microsoft for the recognition again. I want to extend my thanks to all my friends and whosoever has supported me along the way! Thank you.
Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award is given to “exceptional, independent community leaders who share their passion, technical expertise, and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products with others”. Please explore more on – What it takes to be an MVP
Time to cheer! 🙂 and get back to community work!! 😉
Even though you’re a Windows OS user for a very long time I’m sure you would love to know this! Here’s a quick tip that you might unaware of so far.
You can use Windows Explorer’s Address Bar just like you use Run Command:
Under any window while browsing files on your computer just point your cursor and click the Address Bar, or press “ALT + D” (feels better than moving the mouse), and type the command as you would have typed in Run Command form:
hit enter and that’s it. You get a command prompt opened on screen (because of I’ve typed “cmd” ).
I didn’t know this so far even I’m using windows since my childhood 🙂
Here’s a recap of the session – “Learn Building a Website with Node.js and Express“ held at C# Corner Delhi Chapter today (2016-06-19, Sunday).
Attendees where mostly new to Node.js architecture and how it works. We started with Node Zero and went to building a web application using node.js and express. We also touched MongoDB for storing user credentials for authorization purposes. It was a full hands-on with a 4-page PPT 🙂
Here’s the slide I used to Introduce Node.js and Express, and everything else was live hands-on.
Session was full of fun and learning with awesome audience. Thank you C# Corner for the platform and opportunity.
Source code of the demo application is available here at my github repo:
Make sure you have installed MongoDB on your machine and have it started before you expect the application to store user credentials. 🙂
Happy learning 🙂
Linting is a process of running a program to analyse your code for potential syntax errors.
lint was the name originally given to a particular program that flagged some suspicious and non-portable constructs (likely to be bugs) in C language source code. The term is now applied generically to tools that flag suspicious usage in software written in any computer language.
Developer Options in Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) is hidden by default so you won’t be able to see this setting in “Settings > More > …” or anywhere in mobile settings.
To enable it, you need to go to “Settings > About Device” and Tap 7 times on “Build number” and that’s all. Your Developer option is now showing under “Settings > More”.