On The Importance of Wildcard Sub-Domains and 'default_server'
I am a fan of Nginx, both as a reverse-proxy and a webserver. It is generally easy to configure, maintain, and use. In additon, it provides better performance (in some applications) and lower memory and CPU usage (in all applications), than Apache HTTPD. However, setting up a wildcard sub-domain for every domain is important to keep 'odd' redirect behavior to a minimum.
It seems like a simple enough question, but the answer is far reaching. Are you ready for it? Then dive in!
I've been busy working on a new Quiz module, written in PHP and the SilverStripe platform. Stay tuned for a bonus Sci-Fi Quiz after the explanation.
Practically, all modern languages descend from C, and thus use most of C's principles and basic structures. C is a perfect place to start learning about basic programming. C can be a launching platform for both more advanced C (like embedded operating systems), or, more likely, object oriented languages like C++ and Objective-C.
Building on the previous article on Method of Complements, lets take a look at the difference between signed and unsigned integer types.
or subtraction using addition
Most people would agree that subtraction is more difficult, time consuming, and error prone than addition.
Today marks the passing of one of, if not the, most important visionaries of the computer age.
Just got everything setup after my oh 60 hours or so of downtime. Why the downtime? ...
The Primitive Data Types are data types that are used in every day in programming and usually correspond to the most basic building blocks of all the other Objects or data types you will be programming with down the road.