When writing a web app using an SQLite database file, you might run into an error where you can read from the file but not write to it... Despite the database file being writable to the user as it should be.
If you particularly liked a blog post of mine and want to "tip" me for it, you can now do so underneath each of my blog posts:
Today in a threaded Python project I work on, I had to delay the execution of a function for a bit, much like the ubiquitous
Today I needed to create an empty
gh-pages branch on one of my projects, and didn't want to fork the code on the master branch, then remove it all.
Here you are, having to pay for your Hello Kitty drawing class at the local community college, and the only payment option is sending them a hand-written check.
After I finally upgraded my OS X machine to 10.9 "Mavericks", I was greeted with a new error almost anytime I wanted to copy a video or similar file from my local box to my NAS:
As we use more and more mobile devices in our lives, an open platform is becoming more, not less important.
[^predict]: He is, of course, not the first to predict such a thing, but with "smart watches" and such being released left and right, we're certainly closer than ever to this reality. [^browser]: Or the platform is the browser engine, as is the case with Firefox OS.